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      Henrietta Kotlus Rosenberg

      Henrietta Kotlus Rosenberg

      *Chairman, Department of Radiology, Albert Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.; †Radiology Resident, Department of Radiology, Albert Einstein Medical ...

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      Henrietta Kotlus Rosenberg:Expert Impact

      Concepts for whichHenrietta Kotlus Rosenberghas direct influence:Diaphragmatic hernia,Testicular preservation,Renal dysgenesis,Thanatophoric dwarfism,Renovascular hypertension,Simple cysts,Newborn infant,Utero exposure.

      Henrietta Kotlus Rosenberg:KOL impact

      Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Henrietta Kotlus Rosenberg has influence:Wilms tumor,Biliary atresia,Posterior urethral valves,Splenic length,Spleen size,Portal hypertension,Polycystic kidney.

      KOL Resume for Henrietta Kotlus Rosenberg

      Year
      2001

      *Chairman, Department of Radiology, Albert Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.; †Radiology Resident, Department of Radiology, Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.; ‡Chief, Division of Pediatric Radiology, Christiana Care Health Systems, Newark, Delaware, U.S.A.

      1994

      Division of Ultrasound, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

      Department of Urology, Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA 19141-3098

      1993

      Department of Radiology, Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

      1992

      From the Divisions of Urology and Ultrasound, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

      1991

      Department of Radiology, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania

      1990

      Department of Radiology, Division of Ultrasound, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

      1989

      Division of Metabolism, Department of Pediatrics Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania USA

      1988

      From the Divisions of Urology and Ultrasound, Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

      1986

      Department of Radiology, Subdivision of Ultrasound, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

      The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, One Children's Center, 34th St. and Civic Center Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA 19104

      1985

      Division of Neonatology, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA

      Children's Cancer Research Center, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

      1984

      From the Department of Radiology, Subdivision of Ultrasound and Department of Surgery, Subdivision of Urology, Children’s of Hospital Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

      1983

      Department of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, 34th & Civic Center Blvd., 19104, Philadelphia, PA, USA

      1982

      University of Pennsylvania-Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Bone Marrow Transplant Unit Divisions of Allergy and Immunology Department of Radiology and the Children's Cancer Research Center Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Department of Pediatrics University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104

      Department of Radiology, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

      1980

      Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

      1977

      Departments of Orthopedics, Radiology and Pathology at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, 34th and Civic Center Blvd., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104

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      Prominent publications by Henrietta Kotlus Rosenberg

      KOL-Index: 6570

      We report oligohydramnios and renal dysgenesis in one of identical twins, which might have resulted from in utero exposure to early, prolonged high-dose indomethacin. The proposita was the second of twin girls born at 36 weeks of gestation. Pregnancy was complicated initially by polyhydramnios in both amniotic sacs and premature uterine contractions. After administration of indomethacin and terbutaline from 16 to 30 weeks' gestation, serial prenatal ultrasound examinations ultimately ...

      Known for Renal Dysgenesis | Utero Exposure | Monozygotic Twin | Fetal Monkeys | Dilated Tubules
      KOL-Index: 5468

      We report on 2 children with simple cysts of the testis who were treated with excision and testicular preservation. To our knowledge both cases represent the first report of conservative surgery for these lesions in children. In 1 case the diagnosis of a simple intratesticular cyst was made by ultrasound. This patient was followed conservatively until enlargement resulted in excision of the cyst with preservation of the gonad. In the other case the diagnosis was made intraoperatively and ...

      Known for Simple Cysts | Testicular Preservation | Preoperative Diagnosis | Lesions Children | 1 Case
      KOL-Index: 5439

      High-resolution real-time ultrasonography (US) serves as an important tool for differentiation of obstructive and nonobstructive causes of jaundice in infants and children, independent of liver function. Unconjugated hyperbilirubinemia occurs in approximately 60% of normal term infants and in 80% of preterm infants. Persistence of neonatal jaundice beyond 2 weeks of age demands US evaluation to differentiate between the three most common causes: hepatitis, biliary atresia, and ...

      Known for Biliary Atresia | Differential Diagnosis | Choledochal Cyst | Older Children | Neonatal Jaundice
      KOL-Index: 3790

      The use of umbilical artery catheters has become commonplace in the intensive care nursery and has facilitated management in the very ill newborn infant. Thrombotic complications associated with the use of such catheters may be as high as 30%. The successful, nonsurgical management of either complete or partial aortic thrombosis, associated with renovascular hypertension, is reported in three infants. Aggressive supportive medical management resulted in a satisfactory outcome in all three infants.

      Known for Renovascular Hypertension | Aortic Thrombosis | Newborn Infant | Thrombotic Complications | Umbilical Artery
      KOL-Index: 3734

      The patterns of disease distribution at diagnosis and during follow-up were cataloged for the primary renal tumors of childhood. These data, derived from more than 1,500 patients, were used to define the most rewarding and cost-effective imaging methods required for patient management. The basic information needed prior to surgery includes whether there is a functioning kidney on the opposite side, and whether there are lung metastases or inferior vena cava thrombi. Simple X-ray ...

      Known for Renal Tumors | Kidney Neoplasms | Patient Management | Follow Studies | 5 Years
      KOL-Index: 3427

      Between 1981 and 1989, 28 infants less than 6 months old with posterior urethral valves underwent ultrasound evaluation as part of the initial evaluation at our hospital. The single ultrasound feature that correlated with subsequent renal function was the status of corticomedullary differentiation. The presence of corticomedullary junctions in at least 1 kidney in 17 infants was always associated with a serum creatinine level of 0.8 mg./dl. or less in long-term followup. Of 11 patients ...

      Known for Posterior Urethral Valves | Corticomedullary Differentiation | Vesicoureteral Reflux | Serum Creatinine Level | Male Predictive
      KOL-Index: 3408

      From 1974 to 1983 we treated 16 children between 1 and 16 years old for soft tissue sarcoma arising in the pelvis, bladder or prostate. An incisional biopsy was obtained in every patient. Each child then was treated with a combination chemotherapy program, incorporating vincristine, actinomycin D and cyclophosphamide with or without doxorubicin, cis-platinum and etoposide. Of the 16 patients 13 (81 per cent) also received radiation therapy. In 8 children with urinary obstruction or ...

      Known for Bladder Prostate | 16 Patients | Pelvic Neoplasms | Combined Chemotherapy | Protocols Child
      KOL-Index: 3300

      Scrotal abnormalities are difficult to assess using clinical criteria alone. Ultrasound provides an accurate means of demonstrating the scrotal contents so that appropriate therapy may be instituted. In a retrospective study, 119 ultrasound examinations of 96 patients (aged 4 days to 23 years) have been compared with the clinical diagnosis, surgical/pathologic findings, and other imaging modalities. The gamut of disease identified included congenital anomalies, neoplasm, trauma, torsion, ...

      Known for Ultrasound Evaluation | Male Genital Neoplasms | Genital Diseases | Scrotal Abnormalities | Studies Scrotum
      KOL-Index: 3181
      Known for Diaphragmatic Hernia | Newborn Infant | Streptococcal Infections | Congenital Humans | Streptococcus Agalactiae
      KOL-Index: 2902

      Urinary tract infection (UTI) in infants and children demands rapid differentiation between upper UTI (pyelonephritis) and lower UTI (cystitis) for prompt treatment to be initiated so that renal damage is minimized. This pictorial review presents a wide gamut of structural and functional abnormalities of the urinary tract that may predispose infants and children to UTI, including vesicoureteral reflux, upper urinary tract obstruction (ureteropelvic junction obstruction), lower urinary ...

      Known for Urinary Tract | Renal Damage | Voiding Cystourethrogram | Imaging Modality | Infection Uti

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      *Chairman, Department of Radiology, Albert Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.; †Radiology Resident, Department of Radiology, Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.; ‡Chief, Division of Pediatric Rad

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