Gurmeet K. S. Singh

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SUMMARY A controlled study comparing CAM stimulation and occlusion therapies on 2 equally large, randomly allocated groups of 25 amblyopic children aged between 4 and 6/2 years was conducted. The main parameter of comparison was distant visual acuity. No significant difference was found between the 2 methods as regards mean improvement. By both methods 80%(More)
BACKGROUND The detection of a sexually transmitted infection (STI) agent in a urine specimen from a young child is regarded as an indicator of sexual contact. False positives may conceivably arise from the transfer of environmental contaminants in clinic toilet or bathroom facilities into urine specimens. METHODS The potential for contamination of urine(More)
OBJECTIVES The objective was to determine the frequency of trachoma genotypes of Chlamydia trachomatis-positive urogenital tract (UGT) specimens from remote areas of the Australian Northern Territory (NT). SETTING The setting was analysis of remnants of C. trachomatis positive primarily UGT specimens obtained in the course of clinical practice. The(More)
BACKGROUND/AIMS The longitudinal relationships of within-individual hormone and anthropometric changes during puberty have not ever been fully described. The objectives of this study were to demonstrate that 3 monthly urine collection was feasible in young adolescents and to utilise liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry assay methods for serum and(More)
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