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    Springer
    International orthopaedics 12 (1988), S. 89-91 
    ISSN: 1432-5195
    Keywords: Hip ; Dislocation ; Habitual ; Child
    Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
    Topics: Medicine
    Description / Table of Contents: Résumé Les auteurs rapportent l'observation clinique d'une luxation volontaire de la hanche chez une petite fille de deux ans qui ne présentait pas d'autres anomalies. Cette malformation ne fut traitée que par des moyens psychologiques et disparut complètement en l'espace de deux ans. 8 cas seulement, en plus de celui-ci, ont été retrouvés dans la litérature mondiale. En revoyant celle-ci, on constate que les résultats obtenus par les auteurs sont identiques à ceux qui ont été publiés auparavant.
    Notes: Summary We report the case of a girl, aged 2 years, who was able to dislocate her right hip voluntarily and in whom there was no other abnormality. She was given psychological treatment and the condition resolved after 2 years. Eight similar cases of habitual dislocation of the hip are reported in the world literature.
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    Springer
    European journal of epidemiology 5 (1989), S. 70-73 
    ISSN: 1573-7284
    Keywords: Cryptosporidium ; Child ; Immunocompetent ; Prospective Survey ; General Hospital
    Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
    Topics: Medicine
    Notes: Abstract The importance of Cryptosporidium species as a cause of diarrhea in the childhood population has increased since the examination of fecal samples has been introduced in microbiological laboratories. A one-year prospective survey carried out on 699 children from rural and urban districts examined at the University Hospital in Salamanca (Spain) revealed 8 cases of cryptosporidiosis (1.1% of the children studied). Most of the cases (5 patients) were observed in the January-April period. Seven of the eight cases occurred in children younger than 3 years of age. All the children with cryptosporidiosis were immunocompetent. Diarrhea (75.0%) and vomiting (50.0%) were the most frequent clinical features of the cryptosporidiosis. In one quarter of the cases, other pathogens were associated. A comparison is made with the incidence of giardiasis, which is the commonest intestinal parasitosis in our community.
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