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Androgen insensitivity syndrome
- I. Hughes, J. D. Davies, Trevor I Bunch, V. Pasterski, K. Mastroyannopoulou, J. Macdougall
- The Lancet
- 20 October 2012
Androgen insensitivity syndrome in its complete form is a disorder of hormone resistance characterised by a female phenotype in an individual with an XY karyotype and testes producing age-appropriate… Expand
Teachers' Recognition of Children's Mental Health Problems.
- M. Loades, K. Mastroyannopoulou
- Medicine, Psychology
- Child and adolescent mental health
- 1 September 2010
BACKGROUND Teachers have a significant role to play in identifying children with mental health problems. However, teachers' perceptions of children's mental health problems are relatively… Expand
Systematic review of randomised controlled trials of psychological therapy for chronic pain in children and adolescents, with a subset meta-analysis of pain relief
&NA; A systematic review and subset meta‐analysis of published randomised controlled trials of psychological therapies for children and adolescents with chronic pain is reported. A search of four… Expand
Not knowing--the problem of pain in children with severe neurological impairment.
- A. Hunt, K. Mastroyannopoulou, A. Goldman, K. Seers
- International journal of nursing studies
- 1 February 2003
This study uses a grounded theory approach to explore the diagnostic and clinical decision-making processes used by parents and healthcare professionals in relation to pain in children with severe to… Expand
Development of the paediatric pain profile: role of video analysis and saliva cortisol in validating a tool to assess pain in children with severe neurological disability.
- A. Hunt, A. Wisbeach, +4 authors K. Mastroyannopoulou
- Journal of pain and symptom management
- 1 March 2007
The Paediatric Pain Profile (PPP) is a 20-item behavior-rating scale designed to assess pain in children with severe to profound neurological impairment. Three raters independently used the PPP to… Expand
The impact of childhood non-malignant life-threatening illness on parents: gender differences and predictors of parental adjustment.
- K. Mastroyannopoulou, P. Stallard, M. Lewis, S. Lenton
- Medicine, Psychology
- Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and…
- 1 October 1997
Mental health, family functioning, effects on employment and relationships, coping style, and perceptions of prognosis were assessed in 93 mothers and 78 fathers of children with a life-threatening… Expand
The Siblings of Children with Life‐threatening Conditions
Interviews were conducted with 52 healthy siblings of children with life-threatening conditions. Significant communication needs of younger children were identified, particularly those of boys. The… Expand
Prevalence and morbidity associated with non-malignant, life-threatening conditions in childhood.
- S. Lenton, P. Stallard, M. Lewis, K. Mastroyannopoulou
- Child: care, health and development
- 1 September 2001
OBJECTIVE To determine the prevalence of non-malignant life-threatening illness in childhood and associated morbidity in the affected child and their family members. DESIGN Cross-sectional survey.… Expand
Psychological effects of liver disease and transplantation
- K. Mastroyannopoulou, I. Sclare, A. Baker, A. Mowat
- European Journal of Pediatrics
- 24 September 1998
Abstract Psychological adjustment in children with liver disease was investigated. Three groups of children 6–15 years old participated: ten had undergone a liver transplant (Gp1), 15 had ongoing… Expand
Clinical validation of the paediatric pain profile.
The Paediatric Pain Profile (PPP) is a 20–item behaviour rating scale designed to assess pain in children with severe neurological disability. We assessed the validity and reliability of the scale in… Expand