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Our intention was to report the serological, biochemical, hematological, and bacteriological data on a relatively large number of cases of jaundice and urinary tract infections. We felt the report timely because in the standard textbooks urinary tract infection is not discussed as part of the differential diagnosis of neonatal hepatitis and biliary atresia.
We did not attempt a "who said what first" type of review in our discussion but tried to relate our findings to other series.