DNA methylation in childhood dental caries and hypomineralization.   [4-Mar-2022]

Mj S.; N M.; Jm C.; Dj M.; R S.; Mc S.; Dp B.; J L.; Nm K.; Jl H.; Kj S.; S L.
Abstract at birth, and caries experience and enamel hypomineralisation at six years of age. METHOD(S): The study sample was from a birth cohort study of twins. Dental examinations at six years identified the presence/absence of (i) 'any caries' (untreated

Bisphosphonate-associated osteonecrosis of the jaw: Does it occur in children?.   [16-Oct-2012]

Brown J.J.; Zacharin M.R.; Ramalingam L.
Keywords dental care
Abstract of paediatric patients treated with intravenous bisphosphonate for occurrence of ONJ. Design(s): Observational study at a tertiary children's hospital. Patient(s): A total of 42 paediatric patients with osteoporosis who received bisphosphonate infusions for a
Keywords *dental procedure
Abstract an opportunity to both provide information to women about the importance of maternal oral health and accessing dental care. Although pregnant women are recognised for 'priority' care under Victorian state-government policy, rarely do they attend. This study aims

Treatment of obstructive sleep apnea in children.   [7-Aug-2013]

Nixon G.M. ; Horne R.S.C.; Walter L.M.
Keywords dental procedure
Abstract , continuous positive airway pressure therapy, topical corticosteroids, leukotriene receptor antagonists, and dental/orthodontic treatments. AT is the first-line therapy for most children and is likely to remain so, but continuing research into alternatives

Identification of alternatively activated macrophages in new-onset paediatric and adult immunoglobulin A nephropathy: Potential role in mesangial matrix expansion.   [5-Oct-2012]

Polkinghorne K.R. ; Nikolic-Paterson D.J. ; Ikezumi Y.; Suzuki T.; Karasawa T.; Hasegawa H.; Yamada T.; Imai N.; Narita I.; Kawachi H.; Uchiyama M.
Abstract macrophages but not with the total CD68+ macrophage infiltrate. Conclusion(s): Alternatively activated M2 macrophages are present in new-onset paediatric and adult IgAN, and this population may promote the development of fibrotic lesions. © 2011 Blackwell
Abstract OSA. OSA-18 Q16 (parent concerned child not getting enough air), dental malocclusion score, SpO2 nadir and PR increases of 15 bpm/h were identified as significant predictor variables and the model was developed on these parameters, dividing SpO2 nadir

Assessment of patterns of patient-reported outcomes in adults with congenital heart disease - International study (APPROACH-IS): Rationale, design, and methods.   [17-Feb-2015]

Kutty S.; Chidambarathanu S.; Cook S.C.; Dellborg M.; Enomoto J.; Eriksen K.; Johansson B.; Khairy P.; Thomet C.; Veldtman G.; Wang J.-K.; White K.; Moons P.; Apers S.; Kovacs A.H.; Luyckx K.; Alday L.; Berghammer M.; Budts W.; Callus E.; Caruana M.; Menahem S. ; Fernandes S.M.; Jackson J.L.; Rempel G.; Sluman M.A.; Soufi A.
Keywords dental procedure

Histological differences in new-onset IgA nephropathy between children and adults.   [18-Oct-2012]

Narita I.; Uchiyama M.; Ueno M.; Kawachi H.; Nikolic-Paterson D.J. ; Shimizu F.; Ikezumi Y.; Suzuki T.; Imai N.
Abstract than in adult IgAN. In contrast, glomerular matrix expansion, crescent formation and interstitial damage were more severe in adults compared to paediatric IgAN. Indeed, glomerular hypercellularity correlated with proteinuria in paediatric

Creatine supplementation during pregnancy in sheep: Does maternal creatine reach the fetus?.   [3-Sep-2014]

Snow R.; Walker D.; Harding R.; Syed Baharom S.A.F.
Keywords *dental floss


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