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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/14984666/-acute-pancreatitis-in-childhood-is-it-the-same-disease-in-adults
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Carlos Baeza-Herrera, Luis Velasco-Soria, Francisco Mora-Hernández, Arturo Hermilo Godoy-Esquivel, Cecilia Dinorah Osorio-Agüero
BACKGROUND: Acute pancreatitis in children is an uncommon, little known, poorly defined disease and thus is rarely considered in diagnosis of pediatric abdominal pain. It is rare but is being recognized more frequently, and differs from the disease in the adult both in etiology and therapeutic approach. CLINICAL MATERIAL: Fifty children with acute pancreatitis were managed. Their history and postoperative course were analyzed in a retrospective study. RESULTS: The clinical presentation was unremarkable; all patients had abdominal pain, specially in epigastrium, and vomiting was the only other clinical sign exhibited by > 80%...
November 2003: Cirugia y Cirujanos
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/12731170/-acute-abdomen-and-diabetic-patients-difficulties-of-diagnosis-and-therapeutical-decision
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H Doran, T Pătraşcu, E Păcescu, I Marin, C Radu
We present a retrospective study based on 50 diabetic patients with acute abdominal diseases. Usually, clinical features were not typical, without defining signs of acute abdomen, despite frequent severe anatomo-pathological forms (6 of 12 acute appendicitis were gangrenous, with generalised or localised peritonitis; 15 of 22 acute colecystitis were gangrenous). In diabetic patients, with metabolic disorders and cetoacidosis, positive diagnosis and the decision of laparotomy are difficult problems, often delated, with a negative influence on the evolutions and prognosis of these patients...
January 2001: Chirurgia
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/7857086/-diabetic-pregnancy-in-senegal-years-1980-to-1989
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E H Sidibe, A M Sow, A Sarr, B Cisse, S N Diop, M Ka-Cisse, M D Bah
INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVES: Diabetic Pregnancy Prognosis in Seventies is it better in Eighties because of Patient Education? METHODOLOGY: Retrospectively, since 1980 to 1989, in Women in status to breed, Diabetic Pregnancy was screened in our Department. W.H.O.'s (1980) Diabetes Mellitus Criterias, PEDERSEN's Criterias, White's Classification were used. Studied Parameters were etiologic factors (age, type, Diabetes oldness and control), former and present Evolution of Pregnancies (term and pregnancy's product)...
1994: Annales D'endocrinologie
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/7406756/-orbito-rhino-cerebral-phycomycosis-mucormycosis-report-of-a-case
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C A Guerreiro, J P Nobrega, M P Carvalho
The case of a 15 year old white man, diabetic in cetoacidosis, with a orbit-rhino-cerebral phycomycosis is reported. The illness had an acute onset and the treatment was iniciated early with Amphotericin-B and unilateral osteotomy of maxillary and ethmoidal sinus. With this treatment the patient did well with residuals of ophtalmoplegia and amaurosis on the right. Interesting investigation aspects are the occluded internal carotid on the same side of the affected orbit and the CAT-SCAN finding of moderated ventricular dilatation (two months after hospital admission)...
March 1980: Arquivos de Neuro-psiquiatria
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/6346452/-basal-c-peptide-levels-in-response-to-intravenous-tolbutamide-in-the-detection-of-incorrect-insulin-therapy-or-prolonged-misuse
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J L Wemeau, J C Fourlinnie, R Beuscart, D Vaast, M Romon, M C Vie, P Fossati
Fifty nine insulin dependant diabetics were hospitalised for a trial withdrawal of insulin: 17 patients rapidly showed signs of lack of insulin, 18 did not develop cetoacidosis but could not be stabilised on diet and oral hypoglycemic agents, 24 were stabilised without insulin. A statistical study (multifactorial analysis of correlations, plotting of ROC graphs) validated the classification of these diabetics into 3 groups. It also showed that in patients with hypoglycemia, the values of C-protein, and after intravenous injection of tolbutamide, were good predictive factors for insulin-dependance: all patients with basal C-protein less than 1,9 ng/ml could not be stabilised without insulin; when the basal C-protein greater than or equal to 1,9 ng/ml and the amplitude of response at the 5th min was greater than or equal to 0,4 ng/ml, the diabetes could be stabilised by diet and oral hypoglycemic agents in 90 p...
March 1983: La Revue de Médecine Interne
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