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Definition of phenotypic characteristics of childhood-onset inflammatory bowel disease.
Childhood-onset IBD is characterized by extensive intestinal involvement and rapid early progression, characterized by a "panenteric" phenotype. Expand
Effects on birth weight and perinatal mortality of maternal dietary supplements in rural gambia: 5 year randomised controlled trial
This large scale randomised controlled trial shows that dietary supplementation in pregnancy can be highly effective in reducing the proportion of low birthweight babies and perinatal mortality and incorporated supplementary feeding into a rural primary healthcare system is feasible. Expand
Dietary products used in infants for treatment and prevention of food allergy.
Commenting on the current developments and unresolved issues in the dietary treatment and prevention of food allergy in infancy to help inform paediatricians and other health care professionals, as well as manufacturers of infant foods. Expand
Stable isotopes and the international system of units.
The appropriate units for studies using stable isotopes based on the International System of Units, atom % and mol %, are the atom and mol fractions expressed as percentages and are to be recommended for use in tracer studies. Expand
Isolation of Helicobacter pylori from human faeces
The authors have isolated viable H pylori from the faeces of an infected individual from The Gambia and found that faecal-oral transmission is probably important in the spread of infection in such communities. Expand
Helicobacter pylori isolates recovered from gastric biopsies of patients with gastro‐duodenal pathologies in Cameroon: current status of antibiogram
Objective  To determine the prevalence of Helicobacter pylori in patients with gastro‐duodenal pathologies and the susceptibility patterns of isolates to the currently recommended antibioticExpand
Feeding Preterm Infants After Hospital Discharge: A Commentary by the ESPGHAN Committee on Nutrition
The ESPGHAN Committee on Nutrition has reviewed available evidence on feeding preterm infants after hospital discharge and recommended close monitoring of growth during and after discharge to enable the provision of adequate nutrition support. Expand
Helicobacter pylori antigens in the faeces of asymptomatic children in the Buea and Limbe health districts of Cameroon: a pilot study
To determine the prevalence and identify intra‐familial risk factors associated with Helicobacter pylori infection in a paediatric population, a large number of patients with known or suspected cases of the disease were surveyed. Expand
Maternal docosahexaenoic acid supplementation during pregnancy and visual evoked potential development in term infants: a double blind, prospective, randomised trial
Maternal DHA supplementation during pregnancy did not enhance VEP maturation in healthy term infants, but results show an association between the DHA status of infants at term and early postnatal development of the pattern-reversal VEP, suggesting that DHAstatus itself may influence maturation of the central visual pathways. Expand