John Katsoulis

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AIMS To conduct an observational outcomes study examining pregnancy and neonatal outcomes of dialysed women aged 15-49, from 1966-2008, using data from the ANZDATA Registry. METHODS Data from the ANZDATA Registry were captured and analysed from 1966-2008. Specific pregnancy outcomes included: live birth (LB), spontaneous abortion, stillbirth (SB) or(More)
INTRODUCTION Little explanation is given to patients with temporomandibular disorders and muscles dysfunction on the mechanism and the expected results of conservative treatment. The purpose of this prospective study was to evaluate the efficacy of specific physical therapy prescribed after this explanation was given and also after using a flat occlusal(More)
The concept of platform switching has been introduced to implant dentistry based on clinical observations of reduced peri-implant crestal bone loss. However, published data are controversial, and most studies are limited to 12 months. The aim of the present randomized clinical trial was to test the hypothesis that platform switching has a positive impact on(More)
AIM Despite numerous potential advantages, the role of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in depicting structural and functional abnormalities in kidney disease has not been well addressed. In reflux nephropathy in particular, nuclear scintigraphy (NS) has become the diagnostic gold standard, however, other imaging modalities may be required for adequate(More)
Autoimmune pancreatitis (AIP) is an uncommon condition which comprises diffuse or discrete pancreatic enlargement and irregular pancreatic duct strictures of autoimmune origin leading to pain or obstructive jaundice associated with extra-pancreatic manifestations. It is characterized by an elevated IgG, especially IgG4, level. We illustrate the first(More)
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