Aniela Tybulewicz

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BACKGROUND Hyaluronic acid (HA) is removed by the liver via sinusoidal cell adhesion molecules. This is impeded in fibrosis, leading to a rise in serum HA. As a noninvasive marker of fibrosis, HA may obviate the need for liver biopsy. OBJECTIVE To evaluate HA as a marker of hepatic fibrosis, in unselected children undergoing liver biopsy. METHODS(More)
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OBJECTIVES To evaluate the changing role of an open-access consultant-led paediatric echocardiography service for the detection and assessment of cardiac disease in children. DESIGN A retrospective analysis comparing two patient groups undergoing echocardiography over two corresponding six month periods in 1989 and 1994. SETTING A tertiary referral(More)
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