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Internet interventions: In review, in use, and into the future.
The provision of health care over the Internet is a rapidly evolving and potentially beneficial means of delivering treatment otherwise unsought or unobtainable. Internet interventions are typicallyExpand
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Adequacy of information transferred at resident sign-out (inhospital handover of care): a prospective survey
Background: During sign-out (handover of care), information and responsibility about patients is transferred from one set of caregivers to another. Few residency training programmes formally teachExpand
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Psychological differences between children with and without chronic encopresis.
OBJECTIVE To validate a theoretical model of encopresis in terms of psychological factors that differentiates children with and without chronic encopresis and to identify scales that demonstrateExpand
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An Internet intervention as adjunctive therapy for pediatric encopresis.
This study evaluated the benefits of enhanced toilet training delivered through the Internet for children with encopresis. Twenty-four children with encopresis were randomly assigned to the InternetExpand
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The origin, content, and workload of e-mail consultations.
CONTEXT Despite the common use of e-mail, little beyond anecdote or impressions has been published on patient-clinician e-mail consultation. OBJECTIVE To report our experiences with free-of-chargeExpand
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Precipitants of constipation during early childhood.
BACKGROUND Childhood constipation is a common problem, accounting for 3% of visits to pediatric clinics and 30% of visits to pediatric gastroenterologists. Estimates of the prevalence of childhoodExpand
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Feeding Problems in Infants and Children: Assessment and Etiology.
Feeding problems in infants and young children are common. In healthy children who are developing and growing normally, feeding problems are usually not serious and can be managed conservatively byExpand
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Treatment of Childhood Encopresis: A Randomized Trial Comparing Three Treatment Protocols
Objectives To compare short- and long-term effectiveness of three additive treatment protocols in children experiencing chronic encopresis. Methods Children, 6 to 15 years of age, who experienced atExpand
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Manifestations and linkage analysis in X-linked autoimmunity-immunodeficiency syndrome.
The clinical findings of a kindred with an X-linked disorder are characterized by autoimmune polyendocrinopathy, enteropathy with villous atrophy, chronic dermatitis, and variable immunodeficiency.Expand
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Additive benefits of laxative, toilet training, and biofeedback therapies in the treatment of pediatric encopresis.
Compared the additive benefits of laxative, behavior, and biofeedback treatments for encopresis, while attempting to identify treatment mechanisms and predictors of treatment outcome. 44 encopreticExpand
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