Mary-Anne Morris

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This paper describes a pedigree with Huntington's disease (HD), in which three cases of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and two cases of pathological gambling (PG) were identified. The mutation analysis of the HD gene was carried out in the examined individuals who were at risk for HD. In fact, OCD and PG only occurred in carriers of the HD expansion.(More)
Crohn's disease (CD) is rapidly increasing in children so an up to date knowledge of diagnosis, investigation and management is essential. Exclusive enteral nutrition is the first line treatment for active disease. The vast majority of children will need immunosuppressant treatment and around 20% will need treatment with biologics. Recent guidelines have(More)
Improved diagnosis of coeliac disease has increased incidence and therefore burden on the health care system. There are no quality outcome measures (QOM) in use nationally to assess hospital management of this condition. This study applied QOM devised by the East of England paediatric gastroenterology network to 99 patients reviewed at two tertiary(More)
Purpose: The lack of integrated medical and psychosocial care limits—and potentially disables—pituitary patients. Providing resources specifically aimed at assisting patients in integrating their own care should lead to improved treatment experiences. Context: The Pituitary Foundation (PF), a UK-based charity with 11,000 members, presents the best(More)
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