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June 1965: American Journal of Diseases of Children
E Fernandez-Alvarez
Transient movement disorders are quite common in pediatrc practice, occurring mainly in infants. They are underdiagnosed but represent about 20% of cases of movement disorders (tics excluded) seen in a neuropaediatric department. Dystonia, tremor and myoclonus are the most common. Transient idiopathic dystonia of infancy is quite common, and the diagnosis can be suspected on clinical examination. Knowledge of these disorders avoids not only unnecessary tests and treatment, but also familial anxiety.
January 1998: Journal of Neurology
E Cserháti, K A Gegesi, J Puskás, G Mezei
According to the observations of several authors the number of obstructive respiratory diseases kept rising during the past decades, at the same time this disease was infrequent in the last century as indicated by the sporadically detectable data pertinent to adult patients. The 1st Pediatric Department of the Semmelweis University of Medicine, legal successor of the Poor-Children's Hospital of Pest is in possession of the complete case reports of 5050 out-patients of the period between 1839-1850. It can be established on the basis of these records that the diseases of the lower respiratory tract were frequent...
December 10, 1989: Orvosi Hetilap
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