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We report a case of subarachnoid haemorrhage resulting from a mycotic aortic aneurysm in a child with CHD. The patient previously underwent operations for CHD and had a subarachnoid haemorrhage of unknown cause before the scheduled re-operation. During the re-operation, a sealed rupture of an undiagnosed mycotic ascending aortic aneurysm was identified, and the causative organism was later identified as Streptococcus. A postoperative MRI indicated a partially thrombosed cerebral aneurysm. This case demonstrates that a mycotic aortic aneurysm can be a cause of intracranial haemorrhage in children.
The single crystalline growth of the GaNxSb1-x system is difficult due to the miscibility gap expected for nearly the whole composition range under thermodynamic equilibrium conditions. The gap is determined by the differences of the atomic radii and of the electro negativities for N and Sb. To overcome this problem crystal growth has to be performed under non-equilibrium conditions with kinetically controlled growth, as it is observed for molecular beam epitaxy (MBE) growth. A single crystalline MBE-growth within the miscibility gap has been demonstrated already in the GaAsxN1-x system exhibiting a similar large miscibility gap. GaN:Sb-layers were grown on Si(111)-substrates by MBE using NH3 as a N-source and solid element sources for Ga and Sb. The parameter window for growth was limited due to side reactions like the decomposition of NH3, the desorption of (at high temperature volatile) compounds like Sb and GaSb or the reaction of Sb with NH3. The composition of the layers was analyzed by XRD and RBS. Antimony bulk concentrations of up to 1.6 % could be obtained in GaN. Optical characterization of the samples was performed by CL-measurements and indicate Sb-induced transitions in the 2.2 eV and 1.42 eV range.
A description is made of a Brazilian family of white ancestry in which five individuals presented the fibrous dysplasia of the jaws known as cherubism. The information obtained involves seven generations in a total of 75 individuals. 23 of these were examined by the authors and a report about a deceased person was confirmed by photograph. The affection in this family is probably conditioned by an autosomal dominant gene with variable expressivity.
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