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Delayed cord clamping in preterm infants delivered at 34–36 weeks’ gestation: a randomised controlled trial
Background: Even mild iron deficiency and anaemia in infancy may be associated with cognitive deficits. A delay in clamping the cord improves haematocrit levels and results in greater vascularExpand
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A familial disorder with low bone density and renal phosphate wasting.
Hereditary forms of renal phosphate wasting have been studied thoroughly in the past years. X-linked Hypophosphatemic rickets (XLH), autosomal dominant hypophosphatemic rickets/osteomalacia (ADHR)Expand
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The relationship between children with voiding problems and their parents.
PURPOSE We determined whether parents of children with overactive bladder and dysfunctional voiding had had similar symptoms in childhood. MATERIALS AND METHODS A case-control study was done inExpand
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[Voiding difficulties in a child attributed to the use of ipratropium and salbutamol].
A 5-year-old child was referred to our clinic because of voiding difficulties. She had been continent for 2.5 years. She had a hesitation of the urinary flow and voided with variable residualExpand
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Multiple congenital abnormalities in a newborn with two supernumerary marker chromosomes derived from chromosome 14.
Pure partial duplication or triplication of the proximal part of chromosome 14 has been reported in only 4 patients. Other individuals with a duplication or triplication of this region haveExpand
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[Clinical reasoning and decision making in practice. A 9-year-old boy with isolated splenomegaly].
Splenomegaly was discovered by chance in a 9-year-old boy who had no further complaints. Apart from splenomegaly and mild thrombocytopenia, no other pathological condition was found in the firstExpand
A hypothyroid neonate with a lingual tumour
We report a healthy baby boy, born after an uneventful pregnancy at 40 weeks gestation, birth weight 3420 g, Apgar 9–10–10. On examination the baby had a lingual mass anteriorly situated in theExpand
A hypothyroid neonate with a lingual tumour
We report a healthy baby boy, born after an uneventful pregnancy at 40 weeks gestation, birth weight 3420 g, Apgar 9–10–10. On examination the baby had a lingual mass anteriorly situated in theExpand
[Hemophagocytic syndrome].
A lymph node biopsy sample from a boy aged with fever, pneumonia, hepatosplenomegaly, lymphadenopathy and pancytopenia, showed histiocytosis with erythrophagocytosis, compatible with theExpand
[Trimethylaminuria: 'Help, my child smells of fish!']
BACKGROUND Trimethylaminuria is caused by a functional enzyme defect and is usually congenital. This metabolic disease is characterised by body odour resembling fish. CASE DESCRIPTION A 7-year-oldExpand