Ian W. Robinson

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Facebook use among young adults is widespread, and understanding how it affects romantic relationships has practical, real world implications. Both gender and amount of time spent on Facebook have been associated with online jealousy. Emoticons can be used online to clarify messages and are often used in mixed gender interactions. A series of studies was(More)
BACKGROUND PHACE (posterior fossa defects, haemangioma, arterial anomalies, coarctation of the aorta and cardiac defects, eye abnormalities) syndrome describes a constellation of abnormalities that can occur in association with segmental craniofacial infantile haemangioma. OBJECTIVE To report the spectrum of clinical and imaging abnormalities seen in a(More)
OBJECTIVES The discovery of a variant strain of Chlamydia trachomatis (Ct) in Sweden has raised awareness of its possible undetected spread in the UK. The assays that fail to detect this variant are widely used in this country. This study aimed to determine if this variant is circulating in the UK. METHOD 1,680 genital specimens tested negative by the(More)
Familial occurrence of distal foregut atresia (DFA) (Type 1) is rare. Diagnosis is based upon the clinical symptomatology and confirmed by radiological studies, surgery and histology. A number of reports have described families in which several family members have been involved and suggested an autosomal recessive mode of inheritance. Little is known about(More)
BACKGROUND Although subgaleal hemorrhage can present very soon after delivery with catastrophic consequences, subaponeurotic or subgaleal fluid collections are rare and clinically distinct causes of infant scalp swelling that present weeks to months after birth. Their exact etiology remains uncertain; however, they are frequently associated with(More)
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