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  • Congenital rubella syndrome with blueberry muffin lesions and extensive metaphysitis. [Case Reports]
    J Clin Diagn Res 2014; 8(12):PD03-4Ajij M, Nangia S, Dubey BS
  • We report a case of Congenital Rubella Syndrome (CRS) in a newborn. The baby had blueberry muffin skin lesions, long bone metaphysitis and congenital heart defects. With this case report we would like to highlight the existence of congenital rubella syndrome in the community, prompt the clinicians to make a diagnosis of CRS in children with suggestive clinical signs, and to create awareness again…
  • Nursery outbreak of neonatal fungal arthritis treated with fluconazole. [Journal Article]
    J Trop Pediatr 1997; 43(2):106-8Merchant RH, Sanghvi KP, … Joshi NC
  • Eight preterm infants with mean gestational age of 31.6 +/- 1.16 weeks and a mean birth weight of 1310 +/- 201.7 g presented at a mean postnatal age of 26 +/- 11.4 days with knee joint swellings and pedal oedema. There was no other clinical, haematological or microbiological evidence of bacterial sepsis. Fungal cultures yielded growth of Candida spp. from blood in five, from urine in four, from c…
  • Maternal/congenital syphilis in a large tertiary-care urban hospital. [Journal Article]
    Clin Infect Dis 1993; 17(6):1041-6Reyes MP, Hunt N, … George D
  • Among the women delivering a total of 9,591 infants in 1990 at Hutzel Hospital in Detroit, 148 had positive results in the rapid plasma reagin (RPR) and fluorescent treponemal antibody-absorption tests for syphilis. This group included primarily young, black, multigravid women with a history of crack cocaine use. RPR titers ranged from 1:1 to 1:256 among the 103 mothers not treated or inadequatel…
  • Rhodococcus equi-associated osteomyelitis in foals. [Case Reports]
    Aust Vet J 1993; 70(8):304-7Firth EC, Alley MR, Hodge H
  • Two cases of Rhodococcus equi infection in foals are described, in which osteomyelitis was a feature. Because rhodococcal infection is usually low grade and chronic, and because the signs of early metaphysitis can be subtle, any articular or periarticular swelling in a foal from a farm with a history of rhodococcosis should be strongly suspected to be associated with R equi until proven otherwise.
  • The fibrous metaphyseal defect in early stage. Differential diagnosis to metaphysitis. [Case Reports]
    Pediatr Radiol 1992; 22(6):461-2Dietlein M, Benz-Bohm G, Widemann B
  • In a 22-month-old boy a fibrous metaphyseal defect (FMD) was diagnosed by radiological follow-up examinations. The initial radiological finding could not be differentiated from metaphysitis because of its early manifestation and stage. Eleven months later, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) with Gadolinium (Gd)-DTPA demonstrated a small central area of increased signal intensity. Based on known ang…
  • Surgical management of Rhodococcus equi metaphysitis in a foal. [Case Reports]
    J Am Vet Med Assoc 1990; 197(5):608-12Desjardins MR, Vachon AM
  • A chronic Rhodococcus equi metaphysitis involving the distal growth plate of the left third metatarsal bone had induced a longstanding lameness in a young foal. Abnormal hematologic values included mild anemia, hyperfibrinogemia, mild leukocytosis, and neutrophilia. Radiography of the distal portion of MT3 revealed a radiolucent zone on the medial aspect of the growth plate, and small pieces of b…
  • Diagnosis of metaphysitis in foals. [Journal Article]
    N Z Vet J 1990; 38(2):66-8Firth EC
  • Acute metaphysitis was induced in the third metacarpal bone of five foals by injecting lipopolysaccharide intraosseously adjacent to the growth plate, and synovial fluid was collected from the metacarpophalangeal joint 6 hours later. A control injection of an equal volume of physiological saline was given in a similar site in the opposite limb. Mild transient lameness, fever, depression and anore…
  • Acute osteomyelitis and septic arthritis in children. A simple approach to treatment. [Journal Article]
    S Afr Med J 1984; 65(4):117-20Learmonth ID, Dall G, Pollock DJ
  • A 12-month prospective study of 45 patients with bacteriologically proven acute osteitis and septic arthritis is presented. Sodium fusidate and erythromycin at the recommended dosage of 30 mg/kg/d for 3 weeks was found to be an effective first-line antibiotic regimen. The hazards of Haemophilus infection are emphasized. Immediate Gram staining is therefore strongly recommended. It was found that …
  • Osseous manifestations in congenital syphilis: a study of 55 cases. [Journal Article]
    Clin Radiol 1982; 33(3):319-23Sachdev M, Bery K, Chawla S
  • Radiology plays an important role in the early diagnosis of congenital syphilis. Osseous manifestations in 55 cases of congenital syphilis have been analysed and their radiological appearances described. In addition to the common findings of metaphysitis, periostitis and osteitis of the long bones, unusual involvement of the skull, mandible, nasal septum, scapulae and short bones of the hands and…
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