Karen Alton

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BACKGROUND Pompe disease is a lysosomal glycogen storage disease (GSDII) characterized by deficiency of acid glucosidase, resulting in lysosomal glycogen accumulation in multiple tissues, with cardiac and skeletal muscles being the most seriously affected. It manifests itself as a spectrum in multiple age groups including infancy, childhood and adulthood.(More)
AIM To determine whether heart rate variability parameters vary between in-utero drug-exposed infants and controls. To determine correlations between Finnegan score and heart rate variability parameters. To differentiate those drug-exposed infants who require treatment from those infants who do not. METHODS A total of 24 jaundiced control subjects and 25(More)
tend to occur in younger cats. The two cases described in this paper show that ventral bulla osteotomy is a promising surgical option to successfully manage the condition and prevent recurrence. Cytologically, these polyps show all the characteristics of a chronically inlamed middle ear mucosa, i.e. massive lymphocytic and purulent inlammation as well as(More)
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