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Inflammatory bowel disease.
A Longitudinal Study of Childhood Depression and Anxiety in Relation to Weight Gain
TLDR
The major finding that depression and anxiety are associated with increased BMI percentiles in a non-obese sample suggests that childhood psychopathology is an important factor that should be carefully monitored.
Depressive Symptoms and Inflammatory Bowel Disease in Children and Adolescents: A Cross-Sectional Study
TLDR
The findings support the recommendation that adolescents with IBD in outpatient medical care settings, particularly older adolescents and those on steroids, should be screened for depression.
Cognitive-behavioral therapy for adolescents with inflammatory bowel disease and subsyndromal depression.
TLDR
PASCET-PI may be an efficacious intervention for subsyndromal depression in adolescents with IBD, although comparison with a more active treatment is necessary to attribute the improvement to PASCet-PI.
The Cost of Inflammatory Bowel Disease: An Initiative From the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation
This study quantifies the wide-ranging health care costs affecting patients living with IBD, including the annualized direct and indirect costs of care for patients with IBD, the longitudinal drivers
Challenges in pediatric inflammatory bowel disease.
TLDR
It was recommended that the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America focus its initial efforts in pediatric IBD in 5 areas: the effects of inflammation on growth and skeletal development, the genetics of early-onset IBD, the development of quality improvement interventions to standardize and improve clinical care of children with IBD.
Psychosocial functioning in pediatric inflammatory bowel disease
TLDR
Compared with healthy children, children with IBD are at greater risk of difficulties ibehavioral/emotional functioning, particularly depression and anxiety, social functioning, and self‐esteem.
Health supervision in the management of children and adolescents with IBD: NASPGHAN recommendations.
TLDR
The goal of this article is to educate and assist pediatricians and adult gastroenterology physicians caring for children with IBD and in doing so, help to develop more collaborative care plans between primary care and subspecialty providers.
Risperidone-induced hepatotoxicity in children and adolescents? A chart review study.
TLDR
It is suggested that risperidone in short term treatment does not commonly lead to evidence of abnormal liver function at therapeutic doses in children and adolescents, in spite of weight gain and the use of numerous concomitant psychotropic medications.
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