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False-normal vitamin B12 results in a patient with pernicious anaemia.
Pernicious anaemia is a common autoimmune disorder with a prevalence of approximately 4% amongst Europeans. If untreated, it can result in permanent neurological disability or death. Central to theExpand
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Investigation of the child with an acute metabolic disorder
Inherited biochemical defects may present with acute life-threatening illness with a high mortality and morbidity. Some are treatable and have a good outcome with early appropriate intervention.Expand
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The effect of growth hormone replacement on the thyroid axis in patients with hypopituitarism: in vivo and ex vivo studies
Alterations in the hypothalamic–pituitary–thyroid axis have been reported following growth hormone (GH) replacement. The aim was to examine the relationship between changes in serum concentration ofExpand
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The Association of Metabolic Syndrome and Urolithiasis
There has been an increasing prevalence of kidney stones over the last 2 decades worldwide. Many studies have indicated a possible association between metabolic syndrome and kidney stone disease,Expand
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Effect of hemolysis on insulin determination by the Beckman Coulter Unicell DXI 800 immunoassay analyzer.
OBJECTIVES To evaluate the effect of hemolysis on the measurement of insulin using the Beckman Coulter Unicell DXI 800 immunoassay analyzer. DESIGN AND METHODS Insulin concentrations were measuredExpand
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Journey of a cystinuric patient with a long-term follow-up from a medical stone clinic: necessity to be SaFER (stone and fragments entirely removed)
There is a lack of studies looking at the longitudinal follow-up of patients with cystine stones. We wanted to assess the journey of cystinuric patients through our specialist metabolic stone clinicExpand
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Optimal management of lower pole stones: the direction of future travel
Introduction Kidney stone disease is increasing worldwide with its most common location being in the lower pole. A clear strategy for effective management of these stones is essential in the light ofExpand
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Reversible cerebellar oedema secondary to profound hypomagnesaemia
Magnesium is the second most abundant intracellular cation. Deficiency can cause several neurological complications, including cerebellar syndromes, with various MRI findings. These includeExpand
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True 99th centile of high sensitivity cardiac troponin for hospital patients: prospective, observational cohort study
Abstract Objective To determine the distribution, and specifically the true 99th centile, of high sensitivity cardiac troponin I (hs-cTnI) for a whole hospital population by applying the hs-cTnIExpand
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Optical Interconnects for High Speed Computing.
Abstract : A novel optical interconnect scheme for multichip module-to-multichip module interconnects has been developed which overcomes the traditional limitations of this technology, alignmentExpand
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