Maria C DeLucia

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The incidence of nutritional rickets appears to be increasing in North American infants and toddlers; it is widely assumed that this is due to vitamin D deficiency. Thus, records of 43 children with nutritional rickets from greater New Haven, Connecticut, from 1986-2002 were identified. The mean age of presentation was 20 months; 86% were of(More)
CONTEXT The role of magnesium (Mg) as a determinant of bone mass has not been extensively explored. Limited studies suggest that dietary Mg intake and bone mineral density are correlated in adults, but no data from interventional studies in children and adolescents are available. OBJECTIVE We sought to determine whether Mg supplementation in(More)
Use of the Medtronic MiniMed Continuous Glucose Monitoring System (CGMS) in non-diabetic children has revealed many low and high sensor glucose (SG) values, suggesting that the original analytical algorithm (Solutions 2.0) might be overreading glycemic excursions. A revised algorithm (Solutions 3.0) was introduced in 2001. Our aim was to compare analyses of(More)
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