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Obesity and Short Stature in Children with Myelomeningocele
  • M. Hayes-Allen
  • Medicine
  • Developmental medicine and child neurology…
  • 1 December 1972
The true degree of obesity in children with myelomeningocele may well be underestimated if conventional means of assessment are used. In this study of 50 children with myelomeningocele, mcasurementsExpand
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Obesity: another hazard for spina bifida children.
In spite of the almost universal prevalence of obesity in affluent societies there is still no satis factory and fully comprehensive definition of a disease which continues to be the most commonExpand
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POSSIBLY AVOIDABLE DEATHS IN HOSPITAL IN THE AGE-GROUP ONE WEEK TO TWO YEARS
In a complete analysis of all infant deaths in hospital between the ages of 1 week and 2 years, over a two and a half year period in Sheffield 21 children (26%) were found to have died from treatableExpand
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Understanding and misunderstanding of some medical terms
Communication between doctors and their patients is recognized as an important factor contributing to the effectiveness and adequacy of medical care (Meares, 1960). Accurate communication betweenExpand
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Naproxen (Naprosyn) and Gastrointestinal Haemorrhage
Milk Powder Malnutrition W. Tarnow-Mordi ................... 574 Bibliography on Breast-feeding D. B. Jelliffe, F.R.C.P .............. 574 Diagnostic Test for Multiple Sclerosis B. K. Shenton, B.SCExpand
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Preclinical Salaries
the Jordan Hospital over the course of 11 years, may represent a typical cross-section of more or less sophisticated patients in a Western institutional setting, and their troubles may indeed beExpand
Significance ofvariations inblood: breath partition coefficient ofalcohol
Summary A helium-neon laserwasusedtomeasurethealcohol content ofbreathfromsixvolunteers atregular intervals overup tofourhours.Thecorresponding bloodvalues werecalculated withablood:breath partitionExpand
Reorganization of the B.M.A