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A retrospective study of the incidence and prevalence of paediatric inflammatory bowel disease over an 11 year period was undertaken in South Glamorgan. Over this time the incidence of Crohn's disease more than doubled from 1.30 cases per 100,000 childhood population per year in the period 1983-1988, to 3.11 cases per 100,000 population per year in the(More)
UNLABELLED Recent research has not only questioned the necessity of iron supplementation in human milk substitutes prior to weaning, but also suggested some potential adverse effects. This study investigated the hypothesis that infant formula need not contain added iron in the first 3 mo. Healthy term infants were recruited into a double-blind controlled(More)
OBJECTIVE To estimate the clinical and economic impact of using macrogol 3350 plus electrolytes (macrogol 3350; Movicol; Movicol Paediatric Plain) in an outpatient setting compared to enemas and suppositories and manual evacuation to treat paediatric faecal impaction. METHODS A chart review was undertaken to extract clinical outcomes and resource use from(More)
Enternal nutrition is an important mode of treatment for Crohn's disease in children. Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy has been little used, even through it can facilitate the administration of an unpalatable elemental diet to an anorexic, undernourished patients. Its use is reported in 10 children with Crohn's disease. The gastrostomy was found to be(More)
One of the most difficult problems in Simultaneous Localisation and Mapping (SLAM) is that of identifying and closing cycles. While localisation methods exist that can provide local consistency in a map, residual errors can grow unbounded in global metric maps. Topological maps are favoured by some because they do not have the global consistency problems(More)
A double blind randomised controlled trial in small for gestational age (SGA) infants, whose intestinal mucosa was shown to be functionally impaired as a result of intrauterine undernutrition, was carried out to investigate the hypothesis that nucleotide supplementation of a milk formula could improve catchup growth. Anthropometric data were collected on 74(More)
In Simultaneous Localisation and Mapping (SLAM) the correspondence problem , specifically detecting cycles, is one of the most difficult challenges for an autonomous mobile robot. In this paper we show how significant cycles in a topological map can be identified with a companion absolute global metric map. A tight coupling of the basic unit of(More)
We describe novel CHRDL1 mutations in ten families with X-linked megalocornea (MGC1). Our mutation-positive cohort enabled us to establish ultrasonography as a reliable clinical diagnostic tool to distinguish between MGC1 and primary congenital glaucoma (PCG). Megalocornea is also a feature of Neuhäuser or megalocornea-mental retardation (MMR) syndrome, a(More)
AIM To assess the amount of testosterone transferred from the abdominal application sites of a transdermal testosterone patch and a transdermal testosterone gel to cotton T-shirts worn for 24 hours during each treatment. METHODS During a crossover study comparing the pharmacokinetics of a testosterone patch versus a testosterone gel in 28 hypogonadal men,(More)