Exocrine pancreatic insufficiency is an important cause of chronic malnutrition, secondary to maldigestion-malabsorption, which can be caused in children especially by cystic fibrosis, but also by other much rarer diseases. The case of a 6 months and 3 weeks old male pediatric patient is reported, who was admitted to the clinic for head and forearms bruising. Laboratory findings identified vitamin K deficiency as the cause of the cutaneous hemorrhagic syndrome. Further investigations revealed association of steatorrhea which is a marker of fat malabsorption , iron-deficiency anemia and hypovitaminosis D, which had been produced by nutritional deficiencies caused by malabsorption syndrome.
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The transplacental route is the most common means by which microorganisms reaches the fetus in utero. Some viruses, Toxoplasma gondii, Treponema pallidum, and occasionally other bacteria are transmitted by this route.
Infection acquired in utero may result in resorption of the embryo, absorbtion, stillbirth, congenital malformations, intrauterine growth retardation, premature birth, acute diseases in the immediate neonatal, prenatal, or on asymptomatic, but persistent infection that cause neurologic sequelae later in life. Further on the author presents: — viral infections: rubella virus, cytomegalovirus, herpes virus hominis, hepatitis B, Coksackie, HIV, measles virus, mumps virus, varicella-zoster virus; — bacterial infections; — rickettiene infections; — infections with mycoplasme and chlamydia; — mycotic infections; — protozoar infections toxoplasma, malaria, leishmaniasis — Kala — Azar, trypanosomiasis ; — parasitic infections echinococosis, schistosomiasis, ankilostomiasis.
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The attention is focussed on the relationship between pathogenetic mechanisms and the relevant clinical and paraclinical alteration for the diagnosis of the most frequent encountered infections of the newborn. Keywords: infections; pathogenesis; newborn. Actualmente, posibilitatea pa- schimburi cu organismul matern. Popescu V. WB Saunders Co, Philadelphia, 4. De la contactul germenului antigenul incriminat.
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Astfel, o depresie tratament. In: 7. Paris, The term babies who are unwell, the preterm neonates, and the infants who have multiple comorbidities constitute a group vulnerable to bilirubin neurotxicity.
The current resurces for clinical interventions that can drastically and efficiently reduce the increased bilirubin-load-intensive phototherapy and exchange transfusions — are available for use in those infants who have excessive hyperbilirubinemia as judged by their postnatal age, wellenss and gestation ; however these interventions have a very narrow margin of safety for babies who have rapid or unrecognized increases in their bilirubin load.
Because most babies are discharged before the hyperbilirubinemia reaches its peak during the first week of life, preventive and system-based strategies offer a safer, kinder and gentler means to prevent BIND, including kernicterus.
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Bruising as the first sign of exocrine pancreatic insufficiency in infancy