Idiopathic Congenital Lymphedema – A Case Report

Introduction: Lymphoedema is defined as regional accumulation of excessive interstitial protein-rich fluid caused primarily by an imbalance between the inflow and the removal of interstitial fluid and protein, and secondarily by a malformation or malfunction of the lymphatic system1. There … Continue reading

Celiac Disease in Bangladesh – Two Case Reports

Abstract Celiae disease is an immunological disorder precipitated by gluten in genetically susceptible persons. Its prevalence is not known in Bangladesh because of unavailability of its screening test. There is diversity in the presentation of celiac disease. Two children of … Continue reading

A Review on Hemophilia in Children

Introduction: The hemophilias are the commonest inherited bleeding disorder which can lead to chronic disorder and life long disabilities if not properly managed1. Although medical literature supports the existence of life long bleeding disorders along with their familial occurrence since … Continue reading

APRIL 2013; VOL 37, NO 1

Leading Article Urinary Tract Infection in Children: Importance of Proper Diagnosis and Management M. Moazzam Hossain Original Articles Outcome of Standardized Case Management of Under Children with Severe Acute Malnutrition in Three Hospitals of Dhaka City in Bangladesh Ashraf Uddin … Continue reading