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  • 1.   A survey of the prevalence of stereotypy, self-injury and aggression in children and young adults with Cri du Chat syndrome

    The aim of this study was to examine the prevalence and frequency of stereotypy, self-injurious behaviour and aggression in children and adults with Cri du Chat syndrome

    J Intellect Disabil Res, Vol: 46 Page: 133-40 February 2002
    M. S. Collins; K. Cornish

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  • 2.   Cerebral palsy and juvenile-onset bipolar disorder. A preliminary report

    These case reports discuss two cases of spastic diplegia of prematurity comorbid with juvenile onset bipolar disorder, which highlight some of the diagnostic difficulties in these cases

    Eur Child Adolesc Psychiatry, Vol: 11 Page: 134-7 June 2002
    C. Craven; A. James; M. Murphy

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  • 3.   Childhood traumas and hallucinations: an analysis of the National Comorbidity Survey

    This study examined the relationship between occurrences of childhood trauma and self-reported experiences of hallucinations using data from the the National Comorbidity Survey

    J Psychiatr Res, Vol: 41 Page: 222-8 2007 Apr-Jun
    M. Shevlin; M. Dorahy; G. Adamson

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  • 4.   Effects of subclinical infection on plasma retinol concentrations and assessment of prevalence of vitamin A deficiency: meta-analysis

    The aim of this review was to estimate vitamin A deficiency more accurately by measuring changes in plasma retinol and acute-phase proteins associated with subclinical infection or convalescence

    Lancet, Vol: 362 Page: 2052-8 December 2003
    D. I. Thurnham; G. P. McCabe; C. A. Northrop-Clewes; P. Nestel

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  • 5.   Electrocardiography and 24-hour electrocardiographic ambulatory recording (Holter monitor) studies in children infected with human immunodeficiency virus type 1. The Pediatric Pulmonary and Cardiac Complications of Vertically Transmitted HIV-1 Infection Study Group

    The aim of this study was to estimate the prevalence and cumulative incidence of rhythm and conduction abnormalities in HIV-1-infected children.

    Pediatr Cardiol, Vol: 21 Page: 189-96 2000 May-Jun
    A. S. Saidi; D. S. Moodie; Jr. A. Garson; S. E. Lipshultz; S. Kaplan; W. W. Lai; S. D. Colan; T. J. Starc; S. Shanbhag; K. A. Easley; J. T. Bricker

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  • 6.   Health indicators and intellectual disability

    This review summarises recent publications about the role of indicators in gathering optimal health information on behalf of people with intellectual disability

    Curr Opin Psychiatry, Vol: 21 Page: 474-8 September 2008
    P. N. Walsh

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  • 7.   How can risk be related to interventions for young people who misuse substances?

    This article discusses the available literature to consider the impact of risk factors on young people who use and misuse substances and whether social exclusion and psychiatric disorders constitute important risk factors

    Current Opinion in Psychiatry, Vol: 15 Page: 355-360 2002
    Helen D. Bushell; Ilana Crome; Richard Williams

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  • 8.   Is high level of disability an indication for spinal fusion? Analysis of long-term outcome after posterior lumbar interbody fusion using carbon fiber cages

    This study examined the clinical outcome of posterior lumbar interbody fusion was assessed by the postoperative clinical findings and complications and the fusion rate

    J Spinal Disord Tech, Vol: 18 Page: 479-84 December 2005
    A. Mofidi; M. Sedhom; K. O'Shea; E. E. Fogarty; F. Dowling

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  • 9.   Kyphectomy in children with myelomeningocele: a long-term outcome study

    This study examined children with myelomeningocele and a kyphotic deformity treated by surgical correction

    J Pediatr Orthop, Vol: 24 Page: 37-44 2004 Jan-Feb
    D. M. Niall; F. E. Dowling; E. E. Fogarty; D. P. Moore; C. Goldberg

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  • 10.   Long-term outcome of patients with enterocolitis complicating Hirschsprung's disease

    This study examined the risk factors in the development of enterocolitis and the long-term outcome in patients with Hirschsprung's disease

    Pediatr Surg Int, Vol: 22 Page: 316-8 April 2006
    M. Menezes; P. Puri

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  • 11.   Long-term results of bowel function after treatment for Hirschsprung's disease: a 29-year review

    This study assessed the long-term clinical outcome and bowel function of patients with Hirschsprung's disease

    Pediatr Surg Int, Vol: 22 Page: 987-90 December 2006
    M. Menezes; M. Corbally; P. Puri

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  • 12.   Obesity and mode of delivery in primigravid and multigravid women

    The aim of the study was to examine the effects of maternal body mass index on the mode of delivery for primigravid and multigravid women.

    Am J Perinatol, Vol: 25 Page: 163-7 March 2008
    C. M. Lynch; D. J. Sexton; M. Hession; J. J. Morrison

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  • 13.   Obstetric management of hepatitis C-positive mothers: analysis of vertical transmission in 559 mother-infant pairs

    The aim of this study was to examine vertical transmission rates of hepatitis C in 2 tertiary level maternity units

    Am J Obstet Gynecol, Vol: 199 Page: 315 e1-5 September 2008
    M. B. McMenamin; A. D. Jackson; J. Lambert; W. Hall; K. Butler; S. Coulter-Smith; F. M. McAuliffe

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  • 14.   Sleep disorders in children with cerebral palsy

    The aim of this study was to examine sleep disorders in children with cerebral palsy

    Dev Med Child Neurol, Vol: 48 Page: 564-8 July 2006
    C. J. Newman; M. O'Regan; O. Hensey

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  • 15.   The Northern Ireland Early Onset Psychosis Study: Phenomenology and co-morbidity in the first 25 cases

    This study examined psychotic disorders in children and adolescents using the Kiddie-Schedule for Affective Disorders and Schizophrenia using the Northern Ireland Early Onset Psychosis Study data

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 14 Page: 207-216 2008
    Karen Fulton; Mary Short; Diane Harvey-Smith; Teresa M. Rushe; Ciaran Mulholland

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  • 16.   The prevalence of antiphospholipid antibody syndrome among systemic lupus erythematosus patients

    This study examined systemic lupus erythematosus patients attending a specialist connective tissue disease clinic to assess the occurrence of antiphospholipid antibody syndrome (APLAs) and to audit the effectiveness of screening for APLAs

    Ir Med J, Vol: 99 Page: 296-8 2006 Nov-Dec
    M. A. McMahon; M. Keogan; P. O'Connell; G. Kearns

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  • 17.   The prevalence of features of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in a special school in Ireland

    The aim of this study was to examine the prevalence of features of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in a special school, in order to ascertain the number of children who may need further assessment for ADHD.

    J Intellect Disabil Res, Vol: 52 Page: 156-62 February 2008
    S. Buckley; J. Hillery; S. Guerin; J. McEvoy; P. Dodd

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  • 18.   Vascular outcome in patients with homocystinuria due to cystathionine beta-synthase deficiency treated chronically: a multicenter observational study

    The aim of this study was to examine the effectiveness of long-term homocysteine-lowering treatment in reducing vascular risk

    Arterioscler Thromb Vasc Biol, Vol: 21 Page: 2080-5 December 2001
    S. Yap; G. H. Boers; B. Wilcken; D. E. Wilcken; D. P. Brenton; P. J. Lee; J. H. Walter; P. M. Howard; E. R. Naughten

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