Delays in Motor Development in Children with Down Syndrome
- Roksana Malak, A. Kostiukow, A. Krawczyk-Wasielewska, E. Mojs, W. Samborski
- Medicine, PsychologyMedical science monitor : international medical…
- 1 July 2015
Motor development, especially standing position and walking ability, is delayed in children with Down syndrome and balance and motor functions are correlated with each other, so both aspects of development should be consider together in physical therapy of children with down syndrome.
Motor skills, cognitive development and balance functions of children with Down syndrome.
- Roksana Malak, M. Kotwicka, A. Krawczyk-Wasielewska, E. Mojs, W. Samborski
- Psychology, MedicineAnnals of agricultural and environmental medicine…
- 19 December 2013
Motor development of children with Down syndrome from towns and villages in the Greater Poland region is associated with cognitive development, especially in the first three years of life, with the balance functions being closely related to motor skills.
The serum zinc, copper, iron, and chromium concentrations in epileptic children
The Mediating Role of Dysfunctional Coping in the Relationship between Beliefs about the Disease and the Level of Depression in Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis
- M. Ziarko, E. Mojs, B. Piasecki, W. Samborski
- Psychology, MedicineTheScientificWorldJournal
- 19 January 2014
The conducted analyses confirmed the links between the beliefs about the disease and levels of depression and showed that the use of dysfunctional coping strategies mediates the relationship between the following elements of the representation of the disease: illness coherence, emotional representation, psychological attribution, risk factors, and the level of depression.
[Manual ability classification system for children with cerebral palsy].
- E. Gajewska, M. Sobieska, W. Samborski
- Medicine, PsychologyChirurgia Narządów Ruchu i Ortopedia Polska
Manual Ability Classification System provides a systematic method to classify how children with cerebral palsy use their hands when handling objects in daily activities, based upon self-initiated manual abilities.
Certolizumab pegol in rheumatoid arthritis patients with low to moderate activity: the CERTAIN double-blind, randomised, placebo-controlled trial
Addition of CZP to non-biologic DMARDs is an effective treatment in RA patients with predominantly moderate disease activity, allowing low-disease activity or remission to be reached in a majority of the patients, however, the data suggest that CZp cannot be withdrawn in patients achieving remission.
Evaluation of the quality of life of postmenopausal osteoporotic and osteopenic women with or without fractures
It seems necessary to evaluate QoL of women with reduced BMD before fractures occur, to aid development of health education aiming to reduce the incidence of osteoporosis and prevent fractures.
Predictors of caregiving satisfaction in informal caregivers of people with dementia.
The evaluation of selected serum mineral concentrations and their association with insulin resistance in obese adolescents.
- J. Suliburska, S. Cofta, P. Bogdański
- MedicineEuropean Review for Medical and Pharmacological…
- 1 September 2013
Obese adolescents have a poorer mineral status (especially zinc) than adolescents of normal weight, which can contribute to insulin resistance.
Reliability of MR-Based Volumetric 3-D Analysis of Pelvic Muscles among Subjects with Low Back with Leg Pain and Healthy Volunteers
- E. Skorupska, P. Keczmer, R. Łochowski, Paulina Tomal, M. Rychlik, W. Samborski
- Medicine, BiologyPloS one
- 26 July 2016
3-D manual segmentation reliably measured muscle volume in all the measured pelvic muscles in both healthy and LBLP subjects, answering the question of what kind of muscle atrophy is indicative of radicular or non-radicular pain.