Answer: "Corner Sign" occurs in a Salter Type II fracture, which is a fracture through the epiphyseal plate and metaphysis of a long bone. The fracture can separate a triangular fragment of the metaphysis, which is seen on x-ray as a small distinct wedge or "corner."
Answer: Yellow fever is associated with toxic hepatic necrosis, which means that liver damage occurs. This causes a build up of bilirubin in a patients body, which gives skin/eyes a yellow appearance, known as jaundice or icterus.
Answer: You are talking about a one year child with jaundice.When the liver is healthy, his / her skin will not be yellow. The liver is a vital organ, and the child is only one. Just ensure you give him proper care from medcal professionals, and the best possible outcome has the highest chance of occuring.
the filtering you may be referring to is filtering in search of bacterium which can be "caught in filters". however since yellow fever is a virus it is too small to be caught in the nets and thus can be passed on through blood to another person.