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Maturational changes in theophylline disposition were evaluated in 52 infants (gestational age, 24 to 40 weeks; postnatal age, 2 to 69 weeks) receiving maintenance theophylline therapy. Theophylline and metabolites were measured in serum and urine at steady state, and the influence of clinical parameters on the maturational changes was analyzed by multiple(More)
Diffuse inflammation in multiple sclerosis (MS) extends beyond focal lesion sites, affecting interconnected regions; however, little is known about the impact of an individual lesion affecting major white matter (WM) pathways on brain functional connectivity (FC). Here, we longitudinally assessed the effects of acute and chronic lesions on FC in(More)
Theophylline is often used in infants, yet few studies have evaluated the serum concentrations achieved with currently recommended dosing guidelines. Two theophylline dosing regimens, a postnatal age (PNA) equation and the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) dosing guidelines, were retrospectively evaluated in a group of infants, postconceptional age (PCA)(More)
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a progressive neurological disorder that affects the central nervous system. Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) has been employed to track the course and disease progression in patients with MS. The two main aims of this study were to apply in a data-driven approach the independent component analysis (ICA) in the spatial(More)
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