Louise S Conwell

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Children who appear healthy, even if they have one or more recognized cardiovascular risk factors, do not generally have outcomes of cardiovascular or other vascular disease during childhood. Historically, pediatric medicine has not aggressively screened for or treated cardiovascular risk factors in otherwise healthy children. However, studies such as the(More)
1,5-Anhydroglucitol, an indicator of short term glycaemic control, is the most discriminatory metabolomic marker in adolescents with type 1 diabetes compared to control subjects Aim To compare the metabolomic profile of adolescents with T1D (≥5 years duration) to controls using gas chroma-tography–mass spectrometry (GC-MS). th per-centile. Measures Fasting(More)
Adolescent obesity is associated with inflammation, insulin resistance and prediabetes. The purpose of the study was to investigate whether resistance training (RT) improves the adipokine profile, body composition and insulin sensitivity of obese adolescents. Fourteen obese adolescents (16.1+1.6 y; M:F 6:8; body mass index (BMI) SDS 2.01 + 0.31) were(More)
Novel heterozygous deletion in the HNF1b gene-adolescent with antibody negative diabetes, longstanding hyperglycaemia without ketosis, cataracts, small echogenic kidneys with a cortical cyst, pancreatic atrophy, exocrine pancreatic insufficiency and a uterine anomaly A 13 year old pubertal Caucasian female presented with longstanding polyuria/polydipsia and(More)
Fig. 1: Right-sided thyroid nodule. Clinically, the nodule arose from the right lobe of the thyroid gland, approximately 5 cm at its largest diameter, extending across the midline inferiorly. It was smooth and firm with no apparent retrosternal extension. There was no palpable cervical lymphadenopathy. Fig. 2: Ultrasonographic features of nodule in the(More)
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