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Inflammatory bowel disease.
Safety, Clinical Response, and Microbiome Findings Following Fecal Microbiota Transplant in Children With Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
TLDR
A single FMT is relatively safe and can result in a short-term response in young patients with active IBD and Microbiome characteristics may help in predicting response.
The Overlap of Functional Abdominal Pain in Pediatric Crohn’s Disease
TLDR
Clinicians caring for children with CD and FAP should consider evaluating for depressive disorders before escalating therapy, especially given that functional pain may exaggerate disease activity.
Pediatric autoimmune enteropathy: an entity frequently associated with immunodeficiency disorders
The term pediatric autoimmune enteropathy was originally applied to a form of intractable diarrhea seen in children under the age of 6 months and characterized by male predominance, concurrent
Anemia in Children With Inflammatory Bowel Disease: A Position Paper by the IBD Committee of the North American Society of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition.
TLDR
Management of anemia in children with IBD is reviewed, including diagnosis, etiopathogenesis, evaluation of a patient, protocol to screen and monitor patients for early detection and response to therapy, treatment including parenteral iron therapy, and newer approaches in management of anemic of chronic disease.
Predictors of Abdominal Pain in Depressed Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease Patients
TLDR
The psychological state of pediatric patients with IBD may increase the sensitivity to abdominal pain and screening for and treating comorbid depression may prevent excessive medical testing and unnecessary escalation of IBD medications.
Liver Enzyme Elevations Within 3 Months of Diagnosis of Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Likelihood of Liver Disease
TLDR
Elevation of both alanine aminotransferase (ALT) and GGT within 90 days after the diagnosis of IBD is associated with a markedly increased likelihood of I BD-LD.
Inflammatory bowel disease.
Oral health related quality of life among children with parents and those with no parents.
TLDR
Oral health related quality of life along with its domains differed significantly between children with and without parents, and gender, dental visiting habits and caries status significantly influenced the OHRQoL.
Norwegian version of the rating anxiety in dementia scale (RAID-N): a validity and reliability study
TLDR
The RAID-N has fairly good validity and inter-rater reliability, and could be useful to assess GAD in patients with dementia, according to DSM-5 criteria of generalised anxiety disorder.
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