Kenneth M Peacock

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We present two cases of tuberculous meningitis in Australian-born children. We review the current literature surrounding management of paediatric tuberculosis and disseminated disease, emphasising the importance of prompt diagnosis and intervention. We discuss the epidemiology of tuberculosis in the Australian paediatric population and highlight the(More)
UNLABELLED 99mTc-Labeled white cell scintigraphy (WCS) has been used for the investigation of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) in adults, but data on children are limited. The most common agent used is (99m) Tc-hexamethylpropyleneamine oxime (HMPAO); however, this agent has limitations. In a retrospective study, we assessed the use of (99m)Tc-stannous(More)
to his students, good research, and creative thinking. Our weekly group meetings were as valuable as anything that I have learned in the classroom. I thank Agnieszka Roginska for pointing me in the right direction at NYU. Her early guidance has had more impact on me than any other's at NYU. My peers, Peacock, Mary Farbood, and Panos Mavromatis—you have each(More)
Electrophysiological screening of the hearing of newborn infants has demonstrated that hearing impaired infants can be successfully detected soon after birth.(1) There is much evidence to support the belief that the early fitting of hearing aids when needed (at less than 6 months of age) and guided early language stimulation can result in good outcomes in(More)
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