Roberto Panceri

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Celiac disease is an intestinal disease which shows different symptoms and clinical manifestations among pediatric and adult patients. These variations could be imputable to age-related changes in gut architecture and intestinal immune system, which could be characterized by gene expression differences possibly regulated by miRNAs. We analyzed a panel of(More)
Cornelia de Lange syndrome (CdLS) is a rare genetic condition related to mutation of various cohesion complex related genes. Its natural history is quite well characterized as regard pediatric age. Relatively little information is available regarding the evolution of the disease in young-adult age. In medical literature, only one specific study has been(More)
We report the case of a five-month-old boy with a life-threatening autoimmune hemolytic anemia that was unresponsive to conventional therapy with steroids, high-dose immunoglobulin, azathioprine and splenectomy. Despite these therapies, the patient's condition worsened, requiring 2-3 blood transfusions/day, since the hemoglobin level was constantly below 4(More)
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