Renal excretion of metals during administration of chelating agents

Renal excretion of metals during administration of chelating agents

Volume 67 Number 5 part 2 65. Respiratory compensation associated with metabolic acidosis accompanying citrated blood exchange transfusion Joan E. Ho...

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Volume 67 Number 5 part 2

65. Respiratory compensation associated with metabolic acidosis accompanying citrated blood exchange transfusion Joan E. Hodgman,* Edward F. Lenoski,* and Chester Hyman,* Departments of Pediatrics and Physiology, University of Southern California, and the Los Angeles County General Hospital, Los Angeles, Calif. Introduced by Paul F. Wehrle

66. Stereotaxlc drainage of craniop haryn gio ma F. A. Homer* and N. T. Zervas,* Departments of Neurology and Neurosurgery, Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, Pa. Introduced by A. Bongiovanni

67. Visual disturbances in cystic fibrosis following chloramphenicol administration Nancy N. Huang,* Robison D. Harley,* Varuni Promadhattavedi,* and Ann Sproul,* St. Christopher's Hospital for Children, Philadelphia, Pa. Introduced by Robert H. High

68. The effect of medium chain triglyceride upon steatorrhea and lipid metabolism of children with cystic fibrosis Nancy N. Huang ~ and Peter T. Kuo,* St. Christopher's Hospital for Children, Philadelphia, Pa. Introduced by Victor C. Vaughan, III

69. An observational method for the study of social interaction Gordon D. Jensen* and Ruth A. Bobbitt,* Department of Psychiatry, University of Washington, Seattle, Wash. Introduced by Robert A. Aldrich

70. Leukocytosis during adrenocortical steroid therapy in children

Abstracts read by title 10 5 1

T. Jacob John,* University of Colorado Medical Center, Denver, Colo. Introduced by H. K. Silver

71. The effect on the nitrogen and calcium balance of intermittent steroid therapy in nephrotlcs J. A. Johnston, G. Manson,* R. Meyer,* and M. Guillemette, The Henry Ford Hospital and Children's Hospital, Detroit, Mich.

72. Staphylococcal variantsmbiology and role in disease Benjamin M. Kagan, Elmo R. Martin,* and Shakila Hasan,* Departments of Pediatrics, Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, and the University of California at Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Calif.

73. A regimen for immunization against measles: Inactivated vaccine with D. P. T. and llve vaccine at nine months S. Karelitz, A. Sehluederberg,* P. Kanehanavatee,* M. ARM,* and H. Acs,* Long Island Jewish Hospital, New Hyde Park, Long Island, N. Y.

74. The "bubble-lung syndrome" Jacob L. Kay ~ and Alvls F. Johnson,* The University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Dallas, Texas Introduced by Heinz F. Eiehenwald

75. The early recognition of mental retardation Charles Kennedy,* Dorothy Yang,* Rosalind Ting,* and Thomas Atkins,* The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and the Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa.

Introduced by T. F. MeNair Scott 76. Renal excretion of metals during

administration of chelating agents

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L. Kopito,* M. D. Atkin,* and H. Shwachman, Children's Cancer Research Foundation, Division of Laboratories and Research, and Department of Pediatrics, Children's Hospital Medical Center, Boston, Mass.

77. Analysis of nails and hair in cystic fibrosis (CF). Diagnostic and genetic implications L. Kopito,* K. T. Khaw, ~" and H. Shwachman, Children's Cancer Research Foundation, Division of Laboratories and Research, and Department of Pediatrics, Children's Hospital Medical Center, Boston, Mass.

78. Congenital rubella syndrome: New clinical aspects with isolation of virus from affected infants S. Korones,* L. Ainger,* and J. Roane, ~ Department of Pediatrics, University of Tennessee College of Medicine, Memphis, Tenn., and J. Sever* and G. Monif,* National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Md. Introduced by James N. Etteldorf

79. Planning new pediatric facilities Marshall B. Kreidberg, ~ Donald A. Kennedy,* and Delbert Highlands,* Boston Floating Hospital, Boston, Mass. Introduced by James M. Baty

80. Fetal ACTH as the tropic factor causing fetal adrenal enlargement in man Jonathan T. Lanman, Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, N. Y.

81. Thermal effects on limb blood flow of premature infants as measured with the capacitance plethysmograph Edward F. Lenoski ¢ and Chester Hyman, '~ Departments of Pediatrics and Physiology, University of Southern Cali-

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fornia, and the Los Angeles County General Hospital, Los Angeles, Calif. Introduced by Paul F. Wehrle

82. Fatal aplastic anemia following hepatitis Robert N. Levy,* Arthur Sawitsky,* Emmanuel Rubin,* and Alfred L. Florman, Division of Hematology, Long Island Jewish Hospital, New Hyde Park, N. Y., Division of Pediatrics, North Shore Hospital, Manhasset, N. Y., and The Department of Pathology, The Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, N. Y.

83. Intestinal and renal malabsorptlon of monosaccharides Hsi-Yen Liu,* Makepeace U. Tsao,* B. F. Moore,* Zsuzsanna Giday,* and Gary Anderson,* Department of Pediatrics, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, Mich. Introduced by James L. Wilson

84. A new inborn error of metabolism: Folic acid responsive megaloblastic anemia, ataxia, mental retardation, and convulsions A. Leonard Luhby,* Jack M. Cooperman,* and Antonio Pesci-Bourel,* Department of Pediatrics, New York Medical College, New York, N. Y. Introduced by Lawrence B. SIobody

85. D trisomy syndrome due to translocatlon Luigi Luzzatti and Ann Craig,* Department of Pediatrics, Stanford University School of Medicine, Palo Alto, Calif.

86. Human cytomegalovirus. Macromolecules responsible for changes observed in infected cells Robert M. McAllister,* Jean E. Filbert,* and Clyde R. Goodheart,* University of Southern California School of Medicine, and Children's Hospital of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Calif. Introduced by Robert Ward