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Intracranial hemorrhage in term newborns: management and outcomes.
Intracranial incidental findings on brain MR images in a pediatric neurology practice: A retrospective study
Are Incidental Findings on Brain Magnetic Resonance Images in Children Merely Incidental?
- Surya N. Gupta, U. Kanamalla, Vikash S. Gupta
- Medicine, PsychologyJournal of child neurology
- 17 June 2010
It is reported that there is a higher prevalence of intracranial incidental findings in children with developmental delay as compared with those children with normal development and those with autistic spectrum disorder.
The Relationship of Vascular Glycolipid Storage to Clinical Manifestations of Fabry Disease: A Cross-Sectional Study of a Large Cohort of Clinically Affected Heterozygous Women
Despite the virtual absence of storage material in plasma and skin vascular endothelial cells, this population of women with Fabry disease exhibited a wide spectrum of clinical abnormalities.
Memory and intelligence outcome following surgery for intractable temporal lobe epilepsy: relationship to seizure outcome and evaluation using a customized neuropsychological battery
Health-related quality of life using QOLIE-31: before and after epilepsy surgery a prospective study at a tertiary care center.
Several, but not all parameters of HRQOL as assessed by QOLIE-31, improved after surgery even in the poor seizure outcome group, however, it was statistically significant only for the following parameters: seizure worry, overall QOL, emotional wellbeing, energy fatigue and social functioning domains.
Spinocerebellar ataxia type 7 mimicking Kearns–Sayre syndrome: A clinical diagnosis is desirable
Transfer of a mitochondrial DNA fragment to MCOLN1 causes an inherited case of mucolipidosis IV
A patient with mucolipidosis‐IV heterozygous for two mutations in MCOLN1 expressed only her father's cDNA mutation c.1207C>T predicting an R403C change in mucolIPin, the first report of an inherited transfer of mitochondrial nuclear DNA causing a genetic disease.
Spectrum of intracranial incidental findings on pediatric brain magnetic resonance imaging: What clinician should know?
- Surya N. Gupta, Vikash S. Gupta, Andrew C. White
- MedicineWorld journal of clinical pediatrics
- 8 August 2016
Clinical significance of incidental findings should be decided based on lesion's neuroradiologic characteristics in the given clinical context, and future studies of intracranial incidental findings on pediatric brain MRI should be focused on a homogeneous population.
Skin-impedance in Fabry Disease: A prospective, controlled, non-randomized clinical study
The instrument portability, ease of its use, a relatively short time required for the assessment, and the fact that DDIM system was able to detect the difference in skin-moisture renders the instrument a useful clinical tool.