Celestine H-Y Yeung

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Psoriasis is a chronic, immune-mediated skin disease affecting 2-3% of Caucasians. Recent genetic association studies have identified multiple psoriasis risk loci; however, most of these loci contribute only modestly to disease risk. In this study, we investigated whether a genetic risk score (GRS) combining multiple loci could improve psoriasis prediction.(More)
Tsao, Y. C., and Yeung, C. H. (1971). Archives of Disease in Childhood, 46, 327. Paired trial of cyclophosphamide and prednisone in children with nephrosis. Cyclophosphamide and prednisone were compared as the primary treatment for the nephrotic syndrome in 27 boys and 4 girls. The patients, aged between 2j and 11, were paired according to their renal(More)
During apoptosis, a number of physical changes occur in the cell membrane including a gradual increase in permeability to vital stains such as propidium iodide. This study explored the possibility that one consequence of membrane changes concurrent with early modest permeability is vulnerability to degradation by secretory phospholipase A(2). The activity(More)
Aggressive and continuous feeding regimes for children with short bowel syndrome (SBS) have been recommended in literatures for decades. Adequate bowel rest has not been addressed for bowel adaptation in literature previously. Our patient is a term infant girl with ultra short bowel after massive small bowel resection for volvulus on the third day of life.(More)
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