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Evaluation of bone mineral density in children receiving antiepileptic drugs.
The effects of the valproic acid and carbamazepine monotherapies on bone mineral density were evaluated and values were not statistically different from that of the control group (P > 0.05). Expand
A nonsurgical approach to the treatment of phimosis: local nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory ointment application.
Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory ointment application for phimosis may be an alternative to surgery and steroid application. Expand
The effects of biotin supplementation on serum and liver tissue biotinidase enzyme activity and alopecia in rats which were administrated to valproic acid
It was shown that VPA usage reduced the serum and liver tissue BEA and impaired the biotin utilization by affecting the liver and partial biotinidase deficiency may lead to alopecia. Expand
Breath-Holding Spells May be Associated With Maturational Delay in Myelination of Brain Stem
It is considered that maturational delay in myelination of brain stem may have a role in the etiology of breath-holding spells in children. Expand
Temporomandibular joint condylar prosthesis: a ten-year report.
Plasma Trace Element, Plasma Glutathione Peroxidase, and Superoxide Dismutase Levels in Epileptic Children Receiving Antiepileptic Drug Therapy
The level of seoxidation may be causally involved in some forms of epilepsies, and the decreased free radical scavenging enzyme activity is believed to cause the increased risk of anidiosyncratic drug reaction encountered in the manage‐ment of epilepsy. Expand
Nutritional effects on auditory brainstem maturation in healthy term infants
Infants fed on human milk or a formula supplemented with LCPUFAs during the first 16 weeks of life show more rapid BAEP maturation than infants fed on a standard formula. Expand
Evaluation of the relationship between C677T variants of methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase gene and hyperhomocysteinemia in children receiving antiepileptic drug therapy
C677T variants of MTHFR gene have no contribution in hyperhomocysteinemia in epileptic patients receiving CBZ or VPA, and there are no significant differences among them. Expand
May Long Term Oxcarbazepine Treatment Be Lead to Secondary Hyperparathyroidism?
It is suggested that OXC treatment leads to secondary hyperparathyroidism with high-turnover bone disease and/or impaired intestinal calcium absorption. Expand
Vincristine-induced unilateral ptosis in a child.
Experienced treatment with this case suggests conservative treatment, with periodic examination, especially if ptosis is mild, especiallyif ptosis has been diagnosed with precursor B-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Expand