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  • 1.   A common, symptom-based case definition for gastroenteritis

    The aim of the study was to establish common, symptom-based case definition for gastroenteritis by comparing across four counteries

    Epidemiology and Infection, Vol: 136 Page: 886-894 2008
    S. E. Majowicz; G. Hall; E. Scallan; G. K. Adak; C. Gauci; T. F. Jones; S. O'Brien; O. Henao; P. Sockett

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  • 2.   A novel variant of familial glucocorticoid deficiency prevalent among the Irish traveler population

    The aim of this study was to describe the clinical features and assess the prevalence of Familial Glucocorticoid Deficiency amongst Irish Travelers in the Republic of Ireland and describe their phenotype.

    Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, Vol: 93 Page: 2896-2899 2008
    S. M. P. O'Riordan; S. A. Lynch; P. C. Hindmarsh; L. F. Chan; A. J. L. Clark; C. Costigan

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  • 3.   Acute lymphoblastic leukemia: A diagnosis easily missed [1]

    This case report discusses acute lymphoblastic leukemia

    Irish Medical Journal, Vol: 94 Page: 55-56 2001
    R. Kumar; A. Walsh; D. Nlall; K. Khalllullah; D. McCormack

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  • 4.   Fetal hydrops due to supraventricular tachycardia - Successful outcome in a difficult case

    This case report discusses fetal hydrops due to supraventricular tachycardia

    Irish Medical Journal, Vol: 96 Page: 52-53 2003
    G. Doherty; S. Bali; F. Casey

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  • 5.   Hereditary cerebral cavernous angiomas: Presentation as idiopathic familial epilepsy

    This case report discusses a cause of familial epilepsy that also emphasises the importance of MRI as the modality of choice in investigating seizures in children - Hereditary cerebral cavernous angiomas

    Irish Medical Journal, Vol: 95 Page: 56-58 2002
    D. Coghlan; B. Lynch; D. Allcutt

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  • 6.   Mitochondrial cytopathies, phenotypic heterogeneity and a high incidence

    The aim of this study was to examine mitochondrial cytopathies and the associated phenotypic heterogeneity

    Irish Medical Journal, Vol: 99 Page: 2006
    E. P. Treacy; R. McConn-Walsh; P. Mayne; P. Rustin; G. K. Brown; A. Monavari; E. Ryan; M. D. King

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  • 7.   Patent omphalomesenteric duct presenting as an umbilical discharge

    This case report discusses a case of patent omphalomesenteric duct presenting as an umbilical discharge

    Irish Medical Journal, Vol: 94 Page: 182%N 6 2001
    F. Fleming; A. Ishtiaq; J. B. O'Connor

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  • 8.   The changing face of lateral sinus thrombosis

    The aim of this study was to examine cases of sigmoid sinus thrombosis and discuss the clinical presentation, investigation and management of this disease

    Irish Medical Journal, Vol: 98 Page: 206-208 2005
    M. A. Thornton; J. Hughes; R. McConn-Walsh; M. A. Walsh

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