author={Rob Baggott},
  journal={Medical Journal of Australia},
  • R. Baggott
  • Published 1 May 1947
  • Medicine
  • Medical Journal of Australia
defined by a set of phenotypic abnormalities resulting from a mechanism with a homogeneous evolution and therapeutic possibilities. developmental anomalies. 
Review article: chronic hepatitis C – natural history and cofactors
Chronic hepatitis C is highly heterogeneous in clinical presentation and outcomes and should not be confused with hepatitis A or B, which are similar in nature but have different underlying mechanisms.
Serum selenium is low in newly diagnosed Graves’ disease: a population‐based study
Selenium deficiency may play an important role in the initiation and progression of autoimmune thyroid disease and its role in diagnosis and treatment is still under investigation.
Outcome and development of symptoms after orthotopic liver transplantation for Wilson disease
Wilson disease (WD) is an autosomal recessive copper storage disease resulting in hepatic and neurologic dysfunction. Liver transplantation is an effective treatment for fulminant cases for patients
Vestibular disorders in euthyroid patients with Hashimoto's thyroiditis: role of thyroid autoimmunity
A relationship between vestibular disorders and thyroid autoimmunity independently from thyroid function has been postulated.
Gorham‐Stout Syndrome: A Monocyte‐Mediated Cytokine Propelled Disease
  • S. Colucci, G. Taraboletti, F. Bussolino
  • Biology, Medicine
    Journal of bone and mineral research : the official journal of the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research
  • 2006
It is found that cells established from the lesion of soft tissues of a woman affected by Gorham‐Stout syndrome belonged to a monocytic lineage with some characteristics of immature osteoclasts and were able to release large amounts of osteoclastogenic and angiogenic molecules that may contribute to disease progression.
Does Thyroid-Stimulating Hormone Influence the Prognosis of Patients with Renal Cell Carcinoma?
The thyroid gland is vital for the metabolic activity and function of most organ systems in living organisms.
Etiology of Valvular Heart Disease in the 21st Century
The factors contributing to this metamorphosis, the common causes of VHD today, the relationship of valvular calcification to atherosclerosis and the interrelationship of V HD with other systems/organs are presented.
Quality of life in children with hypoplastic left heart syndrome
The objective was to measure quality of life in children with hypoplastic left heart syndrome and their families and to establish a baseline level of trust in the care they received at home and at school.
Association between lithium use and thyrotoxicosis caused by silent thyroiditis
To determine the incidence of silent thyroiditis in lithium users and characterize lithium‐associated thyrotoxicosis, a large number of lithium users with a history of thyroid problems were diagnosed with lithium-related thyroiditis.


Poverty, health, and covid-19
Yet again, poor families will be hardest hit by the pandemic’s long economic fallout
Waiting in the NHS: part 1--a diagnosis.
It is argued that a more explicit and comprehensive strategy is required to prioritize patients for treatment in a manner consistent with NHS aims, and that the Government is unlikely to ‘solve’ the waiting-list problem.
The inverse care law.
The Imperative for Climate Action to Protect Health
  • A. Haines, K. Ebi
  • Environmental Science
    The New England journal of medicine
  • 2019
The Imperative for Climate Action to Protect Health The WHO predicts that 250,000 deaths yearly from 2030 to 2050 will be attributable to climate change. Reductions in greenhouse-gas emissions woul...
Estimating the burden of the COVID-19 pandemic on mortality, life expectancy and lifespan inequality in England and Wales: a population-level analysis
Quantifying excess deaths and their impact on life expectancy at birth provide a more comprehensive picture of the burden of COVID-19 on mortality, life expectancy and lifespan inequality through an analysis of excess mortality.
Devolution and health in the UK: policy and its lessons since 1998.
  • S. Greer
  • Political Science, Medicine
    British medical bulletin
  • 2016
Better and more comparable public data would be useful, as would consideration of potential devolved lessons for UK policy, and analysis of the politics behind policy decisions.
Investigating the impact of the English health inequalities strategy: time trend analysis
The English health inequalities strategy was associated with a decline in geographical inequalities in life expectancy, reversing a previously increasing trend, and future approaches should learn from this experience.