Say’yed Mostajab Razavi Nedjad Ardakani

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Alkaline phosphatase (ALP) is present in human serum in the form of several isoenzymes. The two major circulating ALP isoenzymes, bone and liver, are difficult to distinguish because they are the products of a single gene and differ only by posttranslational glycosylation. Quantitative measurement of bone ALP (BAP) activity in serum can provide an index for(More)
BACKGROUND Despite the widespread use of plain films to detect necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC), it is considered a time-consuming method, which exposes patients to radiation. We aimed to assess changes in ultrasonographic variables and to compare sonograhy and chest radiography in detecting early stages of NEC in suspected premature infants. (More)
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