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Structural and Functional Brain Development After Hydrocortisone Treatment for Neonatal Chronic Lung Disease
Gregory A. Lodygensky, MD; Karin Rademaker, MD; Slava Zimine, PhD; Marianne Gex-Fabry, MSc; Arno F. Lieftink, MA ...
Topics: brain , gray matter , hippocampus , hydrocortisone , infant, premature
Intravenously Administered Immunoglobulin in the Treatment of Childhood Guillain-Barré Syndrome: A Randomized Trial
Rudolf Korinthenberg, MD; Joachim Schessl, MD; Janbernd Kirschner, MD; Jürgen Schulte Mönting, PhD
The Incidence and Course of Retinopathy of Prematurity: Findings From the Early Treatment for Retinopathy of Prematurity Study
Will I Be Alive in 2005? Adolescent Level of Involvement in Risk Behaviors and Belief in Near-Future Death
Adela Valadez-Meltzer, MD, PhD; Tomas J. Silber, MD, MASS; Arthur A. Meltzer, PhD; Lawrence J. D'Angelo, MD, MPH
Topics: adolescent , alcohol drinking , ethanol , feeling suicidal , logistic regression
Increased Expression of Urinary Matrix Metalloproteinases Parallels the Extent and Activity of Vascular Anomalies
Jennifer J. Marler, MD; Steven J. Fishman, MD; Susan M. Kilroy, BS; Jianmin Fang, PhD; Joseph Upton, MD ...
The Epidemiology of Recurrent Abdominal Pain From 2 to 6 Years of Age: Results of a Large, Population-Based Study
Paul G. Ramchandani, MRCPsych; Matthew Hotopf, PhD; Bhupinder Sandhu, MD; Alan Stein, FRCPsych; and the ALSPAC Study Team
Topics: abdominal pain , anxiety , headache
Association Between Streptococcal Infection and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Tourette's Syndrome, and Tic Disorder
Children's Residential Weight-Loss Programs Can Work: A Prospective Cohort Study of Short-Term Outcomes for Overweight and Obese Children
Paul J. Gately, PhD; Carlton B. Cooke, PhD; Julian H. Barth, MD; Bridgette M. Bewick, MA; Duncan Radley, BSc ...
Topics: childhood obesity , cyclic amp , overweight , self esteem , weight reduction
Open Access in Primary Care: Results of a North Carolina Pilot Project
David G. Bundy, MD, MPH; Greg D. Randolph, MD, MPH; Mark Murray, MD, MPA; John Anderson, MD; Peter A. Margolis, MD, PhD
Comparison of Mothers' and Counselors' Perceptions of Predelivery Counseling for Extremely Premature Infants
Topics: counseling , infant, premature , professional counselor , resuscitation , decision making
Spectrum of Gross Motor Function in Extremely Low Birth Weight Children With Cerebral Palsy at 18 Months of Age
Betty R. Vohr, MD; Michael E. Msall, MD; Dee Wilson, MD; Linda L. Wright, MD; Scott McDonald, BS ...
Topics: cerebral palsy , extremely low birth weight infant , hemiplegia , hypotonicity , monoplegia
The Association Between Having a Medical Home and Vaccination Coverage Among Children Eligible for the Vaccines for Children Program
Philip J. Smith, PhD; Jeanne M. Santoli, MD; Susan Y. Chu, PhD; Dianne Q. Ochoa, CPM; Lance E. Rodewald, MD
Topics: medical home , vaccination , vaccination coverage , vaccines
Clinical and Biological Features at Diagnosis in 40 Children With Chronic Myeloid Leukemia
Frédéric Millot, MD; Philippe Traore, MD; Joelle Guilhot, BS; Brigitte Nelken, MD; Thierry Leblanc, MD ...
Topics: leukemia, myelocytic, chronic , asthenia , leukostasis , leukocyte count , splenomegaly
The Brookline Early Education Project: A 25-Year Follow-up Study of a Family-Centered Early Health and Development Intervention
Judith S. Palfrey, MD; Penny Hauser-Cram, EdD; Martha B. Bronson, EdD; Marji Erickson Warfield, PhD; Selcuk Sirin, PhD ...
Topics: community , knowledge acquisition , young adult , mental health , educational status
Effectiveness of the 2003–2004 Influenza Vaccine Among Children 6 Months to 8 Years of Age, With 1 vs 2 Doses
Debra P. Ritzwoller, PhD; Carolyn Buxton Bridges, MD; Susan Shetterly, MS; Kristi Yamasaki, PharmD; Margarette Kolczak, PhD ...
Topics: asthma , influenza , influenza vaccines , vaccination , vaccines
Safety and Immunogenicity of the American Academy of Pediatrics–Recommended Sequential Pneumococcal Conjugate and Polysaccharide Vaccine Schedule in Pediatric Solid Organ Transplant Recipients
Philana Ling Lin, MD, MSc; Marian G. Michaels, MD, MPH; Michael Green, MD, MPH; George V. Mazariegos, MD; Steven A. Webber, MD ...
Clinical Effectiveness and Cost-Effectiveness of the Use of the Thyroxine/Thyroxine-Binding Globulin Ratio to Detect Congenital Hypothyroidism of Thyroidal and Central Origin in a Neonatal Screening Program
Caren I. Lanting, MD, PhD; David A. van Tijn, MD; J. Gerard Loeber, PhD; Thomas Vulsma, MD, PhD; Jan J. M. de Vijlder, PhD ...
Initial Neurologic Presentation in Young Children Sustaining Inflicted and Unintentional Fatal Head Injuries
Adenoidectomy Does Not Significantly Reduce the Incidence of Otitis Media in Conjunction With the Insertion of Tympanostomy Tubes in Children Who Are Younger Than 4 Years: A Randomized Trial
Topics: adenoidectomy , myringotomy tubes , otitis media , otitis media, acute
The Cost of Containing One Case of Measles: The Economic Impact on the Public Health Infrastructure—Iowa, 2004
Gustavo H. Dayan, MD; Ismael R. Ortega-Sánchez, PhD; Charles W. LeBaron, MD; M. Patricia Quinlisk, MD; and the Iowa Measles Response Team
Topics: measles , public health medicine , economics , containment
Risk Factors Associated With Sudden Unexplained Infant Death: A Prospective Study of Infant Care Practices in Kentucky
Lisa B. E. Shields, MD; Donna M. Hunsaker, MD; Susan Muldoon, PhD; Tracey S. Corey, MD; Betty S. Spivack, MD
Topics: co-sleeping , infant care , infant death , kentucky , sleep
Standard Drug Concentrations and Smart-Pump Technology Reduce Continuous-Medication-Infusion Errors in Pediatric Patients
Gitte Y. Larsen, MD, MPH; Howard B. Parker, PhD; Jared Cash, PharmD; Mary O’Connell, RN, BSN; MaryJo C. Grant, PNP, PhD
Topics: drug concentration , infusion procedures , medication errors , pharmacies , pharmacy (field)
Incidence of Mucocutaneous Reactions in Children Treated With Niflumic Acid, Other Nonsteroidal Antiinflammatory Drugs, or Nonopioid Analgesics
Miriam Sturkenboom, PhD; Alfredo Nicolosi, PhD; Luigi Cantarutti, MD; Salvatore Mannino, MD; Gino Picelli ...
Effects of the State Children's Health Insurance Program Expansions on Children With Chronic Health Conditions
Children With Idiopathic Short Stature Are Poor Eaters and Have Decreased Body Mass Index
Topics: body mass index procedure , feeding behaviors , ghrelin , idiopathic short stature , leptin
Aerobic Capacity, Strength, Flexibility, and Activity Level in Unimpaired Extremely Low Birth Weight (≤800 g) Survivors at 17 Years of Age Compared With Term-Born Control Subjects
Marilyn Rogers, BSR, PT/OT; Taryn B. Fay, MS; Michael F. Whitfield, MD; Jill Tomlinson, CCHRA(C); Ruth E. Grunau, PhD
Obesity Rather Than Severity of Sleep-Disordered Breathing as the Major Determinant of Insulin Resistance and Altered Lipidemia in Snoring Children
Effects of Atomoxetine on Growth After 2-Year Treatment Among Pediatric Patients With Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
Thomas J. Spencer, MD; Jeffrey H. Newcorn, MD; Christopher J. Kratochvil, MD; Dustin Ruff, PhD; David Michelson, MD ...
Coronary Artery Dilation Among Patients Presenting With Systemic-Onset Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis
Bryce A. Binstadt, MD, PhD; Jami C. Levine, MD; Peter A. Nigrovic, MD; Kimberlee Gauvreau, DSci; Fatma Dedeoglu, MD ...
Factors Associated With Parental Readiness to Make Changes for Overweight Children
Kyung E. Rhee, MD; Cynthia W. De Lago, MD, MPH; Tonya Arscott-Mills, MD; Supriya D. Mehta, PhD, MHS; Renee’ Krysko Davis, MPH
Topics: childhood obesity , overweight , parental perception , weight reduction , action stage
Improvement in Bone Mineral Density and Body Composition in Survivors of Childhood Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia: A 1-Year Prospective Study
Daniela Marinovic, MD; Sophie Dorgeret, MD; Brigitte Lescoeur, MD; Corinne Alberti, MD; Michèle Noel, MD ...
Heat Stress From Enclosed Vehicles: Moderate Ambient Temperatures Cause Significant Temperature Rise in Enclosed Vehicles
Topics: ambient temperature , body temperature , heat stress disorders , temperature , hyperthermia
Screening and Interventions for Childhood Overweight: A Summary of Evidence for the US Preventive Services Task Force
Evelyn P. Whitlock, MD, MPH; Selvi B. Williams, MD; Rachel Gold, PhD, MPH; Paula R. Smith, RN, BSN; Scott A. Shipman, MD, MPH
Topics: obesity , overweight , childhood obesity , body mass index procedure , behavior therapy
Factitious Hyperinsulinism Leading to Pancreatectomy: Severe Forms of Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy
Irina Giurgea, MD; Tim Ulinski, MD; Guy Touati, MD; Christine Sempoux, MD, PhD; Fanny Mochel, MD ...
Topics: factitious disorder by proxy , hyperinsulinism , hypoglycemia , insulin , pancreatectomy
The Food and Drug Administration’s Deliberations on Antidepressant Use in Pediatric Patients
Screening for Overweight in Children and Adolescents: Where Is the Evidence? A Commentary by the Childhood Obesity Working Group of the US Preventive Services Task Force
Childhood Obesity Working Group, US Preventive Services Task Force; Virginia A. Moyer, MD, MPH; Jonathan D. Klein, MD, MPH; Judith K. Ockene, PhD; Steven M. Teutsch, MD, MPH ...
Experience and Reason
Living a Normal Life With the Nondominant Hemisphere: Magnetic Resonance Imaging Findings and Clinical Outcome for a Patient With Left-Hemispheric Hydranencephaly
Stephan Ulmer, MD; Friederike Moeller, MD; Marc A. Brockmann, MD; Johann P. Kuhtz-Buschbeck, MD, PhD; Ulrich Stephani, MD, PhD ...
American Academy of Pediatrics
Screening for Retinopathy in the Pediatric Patient With Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus
Gregg T. Lueder, MD; Janet Silverstein, MD; and Section on Ophthalmology and Section on Endocrinology
Topics: diabetes mellitus, type 1 , diabetic retinopathy , retinal diseases , eye , blindness