With more recent horrifying headlines about heparin drug errors harming children — and even tragically taking the lives of two babies at a Texas hospital — WebMD recently sat down with Dennis and Kimberly Quaid.
How are their 10-month-old twins, Thomas Boone and Zoë Grace, doing today, now that almost a year has passed since the 11-day-olds were twice given a potentially lethal dose of the blood thinner? What worries the actor and his wife most about their future health? And what successes and ...
Yersinia enterocolitica. This is the most common cause of mesenteric lymphadenitis in children. This bacterium can cause gastroenteritis and other problems. Itmay "look like" other conditions. Two examples are Crohn's disease and acute appendicitis.
Other infections that cause mesenteric lymphadenitis include:
Direct or indirect infections related to HIV. This is the virus that can lead to AIDS.
Tuberculosis. This is a common bacterial infection. It usually attacks the lungs. But it can also attack other parts of the body.