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Breastfeeding and the Use of Human Milk
Considerable advances have occurred in recent years in the scientific knowledge of the benefits of breastfeeding, the mechanisms underlying these benefits, and in the clinical management ofExpand
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Peroxisomal and Mitochondrial Defects in the Cerebro-Hepato-Renal Syndrome
The cerebro-hepato-renal syndrome is a rare familial malady with cerebral, renal, and skeletal abnormalities, severe hypotonia, cirrhosis, iron and lipid storage, and death within 6 months.Expand
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Chronic nonhemolytic unconjugated hyperbilirubinemia with glucuronyl transferase deficiency. Clinical, biochemical, pharmacologic and genetic evidence for heterogeneity.
Abstract Clinical, hematologic, liver function and histologic examinations were performed in the majority of sixteen jaundiced patients with defective glucuronide formation in vivo and deficientExpand
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Prevention of rickets and vitamin D deficiency: new guidelines for vitamin D intake.
Rickets in infants attributable to inadequate vitamin D intake and decreased exposure to sunlight continues to be reported in the United States. It is recommended that all infants, including thoseExpand
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Maternal age and incidence of low birth weight at term: a population study.
A total of 184,567 singleton live births with gestational ages of 40 weeks were examined from the 1980-1984 Illinois birth certificate data to determine the independent effect of maternal age on theExpand
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Breastfeeding and Jaundice
  • L. Gartner
  • Medicine
  • Journal of Perinatology
  • 1 December 2001
In the breastfed infant, prolongation of unconjugated hyperbilirubinemia into the third and later weeks of life in the healthy newborn is a normal and regularly occurring extension of physiologicExpand
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Neonatal mortality: an analysis of the recent improvement in the United States.
To test the hypothesis that the recent substantial decline in the United States neonatal mortality rate (20.0/1000 in 1950 to 11.6/1000 in 1975) is associated with improvements in perinatal medicalExpand
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The narcotic-dependent mother: fetal and neonatal consequences.
During the years 1971--1974, 230 infants born to drug-dependent women and 33 infants born to ex-addicts were studied. Heroin abuse declined while methadone usage increased during those years.Expand
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PROLONGED NEONATAL UNCONJUGATED HYPERBILIRUBINEMIA ASSOCIATED WITH BREAST FEEDING AND A STEROID, PREGNANE-3(ALPHA), 20(BETA)-DIOL, IN MATERNAL MILK THAT INHIBITS GLUCURONIDE FORMATION IN VITRO.
The effect of mothers milk from the mothers of 7 jaundiced children was compared with milk from control mothers and from pregnant and postpartum cows on glucuronyl transferase activity in vitro. ThisExpand
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