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Subtype-specific, probe-based, real-time PCR for detection and typing of human herpesvirus-6 encephalitis from pediatric patients under the age of 2 years.
To investigate the frequency of human herpesvirus-6 (HHV-6) encephalitis in pediatric patients under 2 years of age, we developed a method for the simultaneous detection and differentiation of the 2Expand
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Rapid diagnosis of herpetic encephalitis in children by PCR-microarray technology for simultaneous detection of seven human herpes viruses
The aim of the study was to evaluate retrospectively the usefulness of polymerase chain reaction (PCR)-microarray technology, which can simultaneously detect seven human herpes viruses for rapid andExpand
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Can Clinical Measures of Postoperative Binocular Function Predict the Long-Term Stability of Postoperative Alignment in Intermittent Exotropia?
Purpose To evaluate whether clinical measures of postoperative binocular functions could predict the long-term stability of postoperative ocular alignment in children with intermittent exotropia.Expand
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Changes of circulating Th22 cells in children with hand, foot, and mouth disease caused by enterovirus 71 infection
Interleukin (IL)-22+CD4+T (Th22) cells play crucial roles in the pathogenesis of autoimmune diseases and infectious diseases, although the role of Th22 cells remains largely unclear in children withExpand
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Inverse occlusion, a binocularly motivated treatment for amblyopia
Recent laboratory finding suggest that short-term patching the amblyopic eye (i.e., inverse occlusion) results in a larger and more sustained improvement in the binocular balance compared with normalExpand
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Abnormal Monocular and Dichoptic Temporal Synchrony in Adults with Amblyopia.
Purpose We investigate temporal synchrony within one eye and between both eyes in adults with amblyopia. Methods Eight adult amblyopes (range, 19.88-27.81 years old; median, 22.86 years old) and 12Expand
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Two Patterns of Interocular Delay Revealed by Spontaneous Motion-in-Depth Pulfrich Phenomenon in Amblyopes with Stereopsis
Purpose To assess interocular delays in amblyopes with stereopsis and to evaluate the relationship between interocular delays and the clinical characteristics. Methods Twenty amblyopes withExpand
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[Detection of cerebrospinal fluid anti-enterovirus 71 IgM in children with severe hand, food and mouth disease induced by enterovirus 71 infection and its clinical significance].
OBJECTIVE To detect the anti-enterovirus 71 (EV71) IgM level in cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) of children with severe hand, foot and mouth disease (HFMD) induced by EV71 and then analyze theExpand
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Current investigation of silent infection among relevant medical staffs and families having children with hand, foot and mouth disease
Objective To explore and analyze the on-site investigation of hand, foot and mouth disease (HFMD) silent infection among medical staffs and children families, so as to provide evidence for theExpand
Epidemiological survey of common enterovirus infections among children in Hangzhou, 2016
Objective To investigate the prevalence of common enterovirus infections among children in Hangzhou, 2016. Methods A total of 2 977 of throat swabs samples or stool samples from suspectedExpand