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disease are complicated by brain abscess (Cohen, Newton). Viewed from another perspective, in children, more than 60 percent of cerebral abscesses are associated with congenital heart disease. The abscess is usually solitary; this fact, coupled with the potential correctability of the underlying cardiac abnormality, makes the recognition of brain abscess in congenital heart disease a matter of considerable practical importance. For some unknown reason, brain abscess associated with congenital heart disease is rarely seen before the third year of life. The tetralogy of Fallot is by far the most common anomaly implicated, but the abscesses may occur with any right-to-left intracardiac or pulmonary shunt that allows venous blood returning to the heart to enter the systemic circulation without rst passing through the lungs. Pulmonary emboli, by increasing the back pressure in the right heart, may open (make patent) an occult foramen ovale. A pulmonary arteriovenous malformation has a similar effect. Nearly half of the reported cases of pulmonary arteriovenous stulas also have Osler-Rendu-Weber telangiectasia and neurologic symptoms. When the ltering effect of the lungs is thus circumvented, pyogenic bacteria or infected emboli from a variety of sources may gain access to the brain, where, aided by the effects of venous stasis and perhaps of infarction, an abscess is established. At least this is the current theory of its mechanism. Etiology The most common organisms causing brain abscess are streptococci, many of which are anaerobic or microaerophilic. These organisms are often found in combination with other anaerobes, notably Bacteroides and Propionibacterium (diphtheroids), and may be combined with Enterobacteriaceae, such as E. coli and Proteus. Staphylococci also commonly cause brain abscess, but pneumococci, meningococci, and H. in uenzae rarely do. In addition, the gram-positive higher bacteria Actinomyces and Nocardia and certain fungi discussed later notably Candida, Mucor, and Aspergillus are isolated in some cases. The type of organism tends to vary with the source of the abscess; staphylococcal abscesses are usually a consequence of accidental or surgical trauma; enteric organisms are almost always associated with otitic infec-
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In the United States, about 10 percent of cases of acquired immunode ciency syndrome (AIDS) have occurred in women, almost all of them of childbearing age, and the rate of new cases is increasing at a faster rate among them than among men. The numbers are higher in many developing countries and particularly in parts of Africa. In children, practically all instances of AIDS come from an HIV-infected mother ( vertical transmission ). The infection may be acquired in utero, during delivery, or from breast-feeding. The relative importance of each of these modes of transmission has not been settled. It is estimated that HIV infection and AIDS occur in 15 to 30 percent of infants born to HIV-seropositive mothers (see Prober and Gerson). Infected infants present special dif culties in diagnosis, and the infection runs a more accelerated course in them than in adults. In the perinatal period, infected and noninfected infants can only rarely be distinguished clinically, and laboratory diagnosis is hampered by the presence of maternally derived antibody to HIV. The initial clinical signs usually appear within a few months after birth; practically all infected infants become ill before their rst birthday, and very few are asymptomatic beyond 3 years of age. Early signs consist of lymphadenopathy, splenomegaly, hepatomegaly, failure to thrive, oral candidiasis, and parotitis. In the European Collaborative Study, comprising 600 children born to HIV-
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