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Volume 19(6); Jun 1976
Clinical and serological diagnosis of Japanese B encephalitis and about it’s difference
Kyu Cha Kim
J Korean Pediatr Soc. 1976;19(6):381-385.   Published online June 30, 1976
Seventy-nine patients of the Japanese B encephalitis, that were initially diagnosed by clinical findings, were examined employing hemagglutination inhibition(HI) test 2 times at interval of one week, and the correlation between clinical findings and results of HI test was investigated. The results obtained as follows. 1)Among 79 patients who were initially diagnosed with Japanese B encephalitis by clinical findings, 26. 5...
Clinical Observation of Pericarditis in Children(31 Cases and Review of the Literature)
Tai Euk Kim, Eui Jung Lee, Ki Young Lee, Dong Shick Chin
J Korean Pediatr Soc. 1976;19(6):386-396.   Published online June 30, 1976
31 cases of pericarditis who were admitted to pediatric department, Ssverance Hospital from April 1958 to March 1975 (for 17 years) were studied clinically. They consisted of 28 cases with acute pericarditis and 3 cases with chronic constrictive pericarditis. The incidence of pericarditis among the admitted cases was 0.2% and both sexes were almost equally affected. Cases of acute pericarditis...
A Clinical Study on Prolonged Fever in Children
Jung Won Park, Young Won Park, Chong Moo Park
J Korean Pediatr Soc. 1976;19(6):397-402.   Published online June 30, 1976
48 children with prolonged fever who were admitted to the pediatric department of Hanyang University Hospital from May 1, 1972 to Dec. 31,1975 were clinically analized and summarized as follows. 1)The children who were admitted with prolonged fever occupied 1.3% of total in-patients at same period. 2)The peak age incidence was between 4 and 6 years of age (31.2%). 3)The...
Case Reports
Two Cases of Edwards Syndrome
Kibok Kim, Deuk Woong Lee, Kwang Sup Lee
J Korean Pediatr Soc. 1976;19(6):403-410.   Published online June 30, 1976
In this report two cases of Edwards sydrome were presented. The first case is a 3-year-old girl, born to a mother of 27 years and a 35-year-old father, both normal. Two sisters were normal and no history contributory to malformation was noted. She has severe mental retardation, multipl eskeletal deformities typical of the syndrome, such as, rockerbottom feet, talipes calcaneovalgus...
A Case of Malrotation, Volvulus with Ileal Obstruction
Hyoung Ki Kim, Soo Dong Nam, Chang Soo Ra, Woo Kyung Ko
J Korean Pediatr Soc. 1976;19(6):411-415.   Published online June 30, 1976
A case of congenital ileal obstruction in a 2 day old female newborn infant was presented with brief literature review. Malrotation of midgut, dilated proximal ileal loop, distal ileal blind loop connected with fibrous cord to proximal ileal loop were seen. Resection of atonic dilated ileal loop and fibrous cord, followed ty end to side ileoileostomyddone. Patient discharged 16 days...
Scabies In Infants
Hae Jin Kim, Kwang Sup Lee, Kibok Kim
J Korean Pediatr Soc. 1976;19(6):416-420.   Published online June 30, 1976
Many the pediatric patients have skin troubles, which require precise knowledge of the pediatrician about common skin diseases of children. Recently scabies seems to be increasing in spite of more improved living conditions in this: country. The diagnosis of this dermatosis is frequently missed in infants, because of a lack of the characteristic findings seen in adult patients, frequent simulation...
A case of primary peritonitis
Jae Song Kim, Jung Sang Oh, Seockoo Bai, Dong Gwan Han, Seung Kock Son, Eui Ho Hwang
J Korean Pediatr Soc. 1976;19(6):421-424.   Published online June 30, 1976
A 2 month old male infant was admitted to Severance hospital due to bile stained vomiting; and abdominal distention for 2 days via emergency room. On physical examination, acutely ill appearance with lethargy, subnormal temperature, sunken fontanel, dry mouth, coated tongue, abdominal distention, and absent bowel sounds were noted and clinical impression could not be ruled out paralytic ileus due...
A Case of Bartter’s Syndrome
Ha Baik Lee, Hyung Sun Yoon, Chong Moo Park
J Korean Pediatr Soc. 1976;19(6):425-431.   Published online June 30, 1976
Bartter’s Syndrome is rare disease and characterized by hypokalemic and hypochloremic metabolic alkalosis, hyperreninism, and secondary aldosteronism with hyperplasia of juxtaglomerular apparatus, but without edema or hypertension. We had experienced a case of Bartter’s syndrome, who presented the most of above mentioned characteristics. We had made diagnosis by clinical, hematologic and biochemical studies summarized in table 1. and X-ray survey.
A Case of Turner’s Syndrome
Sang Woo Kim, Kwang Wook Ko, Kyoo Wan Choi
J Korean Pediatr Soc. 1976;19(6):432-436.   Published online June 30, 1976
A case of Turner s syndrome in 10-year-old girl with clinical findings of short stature, shot 4th metacarpal bone, widely spaced nipples, and retarded bone age was presented. Chromosomal study reveals 45, X in karyotype analysis without any structural abnormalities. The authors report the case with the review of Turner’s syndrome.
A Case of Ulcerative Colitis
Jung Hyeon Jo, Sang Woo Kim
J Korean Pediatr Soc. 1976;19(6):437-441.   Published online June 30, 1976
Chronic ulcerative colitis in children is more rare and serious than in adults. A case of ulcerative colitis is presented. The male patient, 15 year old, was admitted because of mucoid or blood-tinged diarrhea, edema and pale looking. He showed generalized edema, ascites, oliguria, clubbing fingers, and depression on physical examination. The diagnosis of ulcerative colitis was made from the barium...
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