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Yan Xue-Qiang, Zheng Nan-Nan, Yu Lei, Lu Wei, Bian Hong-Qiang, Yang Jun, Duan Xu-Fei, Qin Xin-Ke
BACKGROUND: To discuss the experience of diagnosis and treatment of ovarian cyst in infants. MATERIALS AND METHODS: A retrospective review was conducted on 20 infants who suffered from ovarian cyst. RESULTS: There were no dysplasia ovarian was found in children which were preoperatively diagnosed simplex cyst. Within thirteen children preoperatively detected mixed cystic-solid lesion, six cases ovarian cysts disappeared and two cases underwent poor blood supply in the following time...
December 2015: Journal of Research in Medical Sciences: the Official Journal of Isfahan University of Medical Sciences
Gurpreet Singh, Xing Chang Wei, Walter Hader, Jennifer A Chan, Eric Bouffet, Lucie Lafay-Cousin
Diencephalic syndrome (DS) related to hypothalamic/chiasmatic region tumor has mainly been reported with low-grade glioma. We described 2 young children with DS related to pilomyxoid astrocytoma. Despite the recognized more agressive clinical behavior of this histologic subtype, we report successful resolution of DS and sustained tumor response with prolonged use of single-agent vinblastine.
March 2013: Journal of Pediatric Hematology/oncology
Małgorzata Jastrzębska, Monika Bekiesińska-Figatowska, Anna Romaniuk-Doroszewska, Hanna Brągoszewska, Beata Iwanowska, Maria Uliasz, Sylwia Szkudlińska-Pawlak, Jarosław Mądzik
BACKGROUND: Magnetic resonance imaging is a commonly used method of monitoring of soft tissue tumours. The aim of the work was to describe precisely the typical changes within soft tissues and bones occurring after radiotherapy in children treated for sarcomas and other soft tissue tumours. With time, the changes undergo evolution and their characteristics and comparison with previous examinations help in a difficult differentiation between tumour lesions and posttherapeutic changes. MATERIAL/METHODS: Fifteen children and young adolescents (9 boys and 6 girls) aged between 2 and 22 years (mean age of 13...
July 2010: Polish Journal of Radiology
Caroline E Temcheff, Lisa A Serbin, Alexa Martin-Storey, Dale M Stack, Paul Hastings, Jane Ledingham, Alex E Schwartzman
BACKGROUND: Literature suggests that early patterns of aggressive behaviour in both girls and boys are predictive of a variety of health risks in adulthood. However, longitudinal examination of the predictive links between childhood aggression, negative physical health outcomes in adulthood and overall use of health care has not been done. We looked at use of health care and a variety of physical health outcomes in adulthood to extend the current body of knowledge regarding the long-term negative sequelae of childhood aggression...
December 13, 2011: CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal, Journal de L'Association Medicale Canadienne
Tristan Gauthier, Pascal Piver, Lise-Marie Durand, Lorène Donadel, Jean-Christophe Pech, Christophe Roux, Yves Aubard
Agressive chemotherapy can lead to premature ovarian failure and loss of fertility in women and children. Embryo cryopreservation is an established clinical procedure of fertility preservation but with several limitations. Others options are available. Cryopreservation ovarian cortex tissu have to be suggested in case of high gonadotoxic treatment. It doesn't require puberty and delay in initiation of chemotherapy. The first birth in France after orthotopic graft of ovarian tissu thawed have been recently described with a promising process...
July 2010: La Presse Médicale
R Brdar, I Petronic, D Abramovic, D Nikolic, D Cirovic
The paper presents three children of various ages with tumors of different histology localized in the retroperitoneum. The children underwent investigation as orthopedic cases at the Orthopedic Department of the Belgrade University Childrens' Hospital. All children had orthopedic symptoms and several similar clinical findings: high or increased red blood cell (RBC) sedimentation, increased lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) and hypochromic anemia. Retroperitoneal tumors were diagnosed by echosonography. Further investigations were targeted towards histological verification and treatment protocol for retroperitoneal tumor...
2009: Bratislavské Lekárske Listy
G Colella, G Vuolo, G Siniscalchi, A Moscariello, A Itro
Vascular maxillo-facial malformations, common pathologies in children, represent 7% of all benign tumors. They are divided into vascular malformations and hemangiomas. In the 70s-80s radiotherapy was the most applied technique, but because of its misuse or overdose, it could lead to relevant and hard consequences for the impact on the salivar glands, periodontium and growing maxillo-facial nuclei. The authors describe the case of a 38-year-old man, who, during infancy, was submitted to radiotherapy for a hemangioma to his chin and cheek...
September 2005: Minerva Stomatologica
V Gonçalves-Matoso, R Renella, F Gudinchet, P Schnyder, M Beck-Popovic, D Lepori
UNLABELLED: Undifferentiated sarcoma of the liver is a rare primary tumor of childhood: only about 150 cases have been reported in the literature. CASE-REPORT: A 10 year-old girl was admitted because of diarrhea and weight loss. Sonography, then CT-scan and MRI showed a large tumor of the liver. COMMENTS: In the differential diagnosis of primary liver tumors in children, one should think about undifferentiated sarcoma of the liver, especially if imaging shows haemorrhagic foci and if sonography and CT/MRI display a discordant appearance...
November 2005: Archives de Pédiatrie: Organe Officiel de la Sociéte Française de Pédiatrie
László Seper, Horst Bürger, Josef Vormoor, Ulrich Joos, Johannes Kleinheinz
BACKGROUND: Aggressive fibromatosis (AF) involving the mandible is rare, and surgery is often complicated by a high recurrence rate. CASE REPORT: A 4-year-old boy was referred because of a fast growing painless mass which involved the entire left angle of the mandible. Excisional biopsy revealed AF, and local excision of the tumor was performed. Six months after surgery a recurrence was detected. The tumor was determined to be unresectable and the boy was treated with low-dose chemotherapy including methotrexate and vinblastine for 1 year...
January 2005: Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology, Oral Radiology, and Endodontics
A Albert, O Cruz, A Montaner, A Vela, J Badosa, M Castañón, L Morales
UNLABELLED: Tumors diagnosed during the first month of life are infrequent: 0.5 to 2% of all childhood neoplasms. This is an interesting group of tumors because their type, relative incidence, natural history and response to treatment differ from those seen in older children. AIM: To contribute the experience of our institution in congenital tumors the last 13 years. MATERIAL AND METHODS: The records of all neonates (< 31 days old) diagnosed with solid tumors since January 1990 to December 2002 have been retrospectively reviewed...
July 2004: Cirugía Pediátrica: Organo Oficial de la Sociedad Española de Cirugía Pediátrica
O Papazian, I Alfonso, V García-Galarreta
INTRODUCTION: Transient cognitive disorders (CD) in benign rolandic epilepsy (BRE), the most common of idiopathic partial epilepsy (IPE), may be secondary to interictal epileptiform discharges (IED). OBJECTIVES: To determine incidence and risk factors for persistent TC in students with IE before, during and after antiepileptic (AE). PATIENTS AND METHODS: HASH(0x43a9a90) INCLUSION CRITERIA: 6 12 years old, IPE, controlled for 2 years with AE, and follow up for 5 years...
February 1, 2003: Revista de Neurologia
Samir K Ballas
The phenotypic expression of sickle cell anaemia varies greatly among patients and longitudinally in the same patient. It influences all aspects of the life of affected individuals including social interactions, intimate relationships, family relations, peer interactions, education, employment, spirituality and religiosity. The clinical manifestations of sickle cell anaemia are protean and fall into three major categories: anaemia and its sequelae;pain and related issues; andorgan failure including infection...
2002: Drugs
E Ustündağ, M Iseri, O Aydin, H Dal, A Almaç, N Paksoy
Malignant tumours of the salivary glands in children are extremely rare. We present here a 12-year-old girl initially diagnosed as pleomorphic adenoma on fine needle aspiration biopsy, and adenoid cystic carcinoma (ACC) after the lesion was excised and examined by histopathology. A wide resection of the lesion and bilateral supraomyohyoid neck dissection was performed. To our knowledge this is one of the youngest patients with ACC of the minor salivary glands. Due to its benign histological appearance, the biological agressiveness of ACC is usually underestimated...
June 2000: Journal of Laryngology and Otology
J M Gaona Cartolano, R Pérez de Sobrino, J M Ocaña Losa, A Romanos Lezcano, C Castilla del Pino
In the present paper, we comment on the psychological and emotional disorders occurring after surgery. We surveyed 150 children that were admitted in several surgical units of our Children's Hospital. We used the Vernon's test in a questionaire. We reached a high level of comprehension. As a result, 121 valid questionaires were returned. The considerable amount of information was statistically studied with a computer, obtaining data on the following aspects: Filiation, frequency and percentage of every answer...
October 31, 1985: Anales Españoles de Pediatría
J M Laberge, L T Nguyen, Y L Homsy, D P Doody
Bilaterality is uncommon in Wilms' tumor, being present in 4% to 8% of the cases. We report the combined experience of two children's hospitals in one city over a 20-year period. We encountered nine cases of synchronous bilateral nephroblastoma (National Wilms' Tumor Study 3, stage V). Age at diagnosis ranged from 9 to 41 months (mean 23 months). There were five girls and four boys. Associated findings include nephroblastomatosis in three cases (33%), one of which also had a familial history; undescended testis in two cases; and minor anomalies in two other cases...
August 1987: Journal of Pediatric Surgery
M C Mouren-Siméoni, M P Bouvard
The purpose of this article is to summarize those main indications where neuroleptics have been proven efficient in children. In some types of pathology (hyperactivity, conduct disorders, mental retardation with agressiveness...), their impact is purely symptomatic, generally sedative. In other cases (Tourette's syndrome, stuttering) they seem to have a more specific effect. Whichever may be the case, neuroleptics seem to be irremplaceable, whenever the symptoms become incapacitating such as when they hinder the person's social functioning and learning abilities...
March 1990: L'Encéphale
N Rojas Molina, F Alcalá Fernández, J R Comas Viñas
A comparative analytical study was undertaken in 18 asthmatic children were incorporated in a physical rehabilitation program participating in swimming and physical exercises which lasted one year. During this time their parents also attended an informative course so that they could obtain a greater understanding of the illness and its treatment as well as their having received familial psychiatric evaluations which focussed on a better solution to the conflicts this illness presents. Significant changes were noted in the spirometrical results being those as noted FEV1 (p less than 0...
January 1992: Revista Alergia: Organo Oficial de la Sociedad Mexicana de Alergia e Inmunlogía
P Scherrer
After recalling the studies of French authors, especially those of P. Parisot and L. Caussade at the Congress of Legal Medicine in Nancy (1929), and more recent, those of the Nancy school, and, in Paris, those of P. Straus and A. Wolf, of L. Kreisler and P. Straus, the author studies Anglo-Saxon research on subject, particularly that undertaken in the U.S.A. The study by Steele and Pollock on the psychology of parents of battered children has shown anomalies with an infantile characteristic in the psychology of some parents (apparently having no problems and living in easy circumstances, but demanding of their children a constant reassurance which the latter are unable to give, hence a permanent frustration leading to agressivity and actual tormenting...
December 1975: Annales Médico-psychologiques
S Sandidge, S J Friedland
Effects of sex-role standards on the expression of aggression were examined in a task requiring 40 boys and girls aged nine to 10 to take the role of boys or girls portrayed in a set of cartoon figures. Subjects were asked to respond to aggressive statements attributed to cartoon figures varying in sex. The expectation that subjects taking the role of male figures would display more antisocial aggression was confirmed. In addition, subjects gave more anti-social aggression responses for boys interacting with boys...
June 1975: Journal of Genetic Psychology
K L Smith, G Rivera
In this study the clinical features and response to therapy of 34 children, 4--10 years of age, and 54 adolescents, 11--20 years of age, were compared. The therapeutic response in patients in this series entered on a formal protocol was compared with nonstudy patients. The 2 age groups had similar sex ratios, characterized by male predominance, and age was not a determining factor in the extent of disease at diagnosis. By contrast, the distribution of histopathology varied between children and adolescents: mixed cellularity was most prevalent in the 4--10-year group (14/34), while nodular sclerosis predominated the older patients (23/55)...
1976: Medical and Pediatric Oncology
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