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A Standardized Protocol for Maximum Repetition Rate Assessment in Children.

Maximum repetition rate (MRR) is often used in the assessment of speech motor performance in older children and adults. The present study aimed to evaluate a standardized protocol for MRR assessment in young children in Dutch.

Family Accommodation in Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Family accommodation occurs frequently among families of children with OCD and anxiety disorders, with higher levels of accommodation repeatedly associated with greater symptom severity, lower functioning, and poorer treatment outcomes for children. This is the first examination of family accommodation of restricted and repetitive behaviors (RRBs) in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Parents of children with ASD (N = 86) completed questionnaires assessing their children's RRBs and parental a...

Pediatric Kidney Transplant Outcomes in Children with Primary Urologic Abnormalities Compared to Children with Non-urologic Abnormalities: Long-Term Results.

To assess renal function, graft survival rates and the risk of graft loss in children based on the etiology with focus on differences between urologic causes from congenital anomalies of the kidney and urinary tract (CAKUT) versus other causes of end-stage kidney disease (ESKD).

Novel Therapies for Prevention and Early Treatment of Cardiomyopathies.

Heritable cardiomyopathies are a class of heart diseases caused by variations in a number of genetic loci. Genetic variants on one allele lead to either a degraded protein, which causes a haploinsufficiency of that protein, or a nonfunctioning protein that subverts the molecular system within which the protein works. Over years, both of these mechanisms eventually lead to diseased heart tissue and symptoms of a failing heart. Most cardiomyopathy treatments repurpose heart failure drugs to manage these sympt...

Increased risk of psoriasis in children and elderly patients with asthma: a longitudinal follow-up study using a national sample cohort.

Several previous studies reported the elevated risk of asthma in children with psoriasis. This study aimed to extend previous research regarding the risk of psoriasis in children with asthma to an entire population subdivided by age.

Prevalence and Characteristics of Autism Spectrum Disorder Among Children Aged 4 Years - Early Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring Network, Seven Sites, United States, 2010, 2012, and 2014.

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is estimated to affect up to 3% of children in the United States. Public health surveillance for ASD among children aged 4 years provides information about trends in prevalence, characteristics of children with ASD, and progress made toward decreasing the age of identification of ASD so that evidence-based interventions can begin as early as possible.

ST2/IL-33 signaling in cardiac fibrosis.

Cardiac fibrosis is a significant global health problem associated with nearly all forms of heart disease. In the heart interstitial fibrosis may be reparative, replacing areas damaged by myocyte loss after acute infarction, or compensative, responding to cardiac overload. However, after injury in chronic cases activated myofibroblasts contribute to the tissue imbalance of the newer molecules associated with cardiac fibrosis, interleukin (IL-33), and suppression of tumorigenicity 2 (ST2). Physiological stre...

A Study of Effect of Long-term Oral Steroids on Intraocular Pressure in Children with Autoimmune Hepatitis.

Topical corticosteroids are known to cause raised intraocular pressure (IOP). However, there is scarcity of literature regarding systemic steroids induced raised IOP in children. We aimed to evaluate the IOP in children with autoimmune hepatitis (AIH) receiving oral prednisone.

Safety aspects of riding with children: Descriptive analysis of adult riders' self-report.

Active transport, including cycling, is promoted as an effective way of increasing children's physical activity and health. Parents can support children's riding by riding with them and it is important to address relevant safety issues. Little is known about parents' experience of safety-relevant aspects of riding with children. Participants in the Safer Cycling Study in New South Wales, Australia, who reported that they had ridden with children in the last 12 months were questioned about how they ride with...

Refugee/immigrant children with cerebral palsy in the Swedish health care organization.

Cerebral palsy (CP) is present in about 200 children per birth-year cohort in Sweden. From 2001 to 2016, the annual number of immigrants to Sweden with CP enrolled at the (re)habilitation services increased from less than ten to 40-90 individuals per year; about 70 % came to Sweden as refugees. At a group level, children with CP born abroad had greater functional impairment than children born in Sweden, based on information in the Swedish national surveillance program and health care quality register for CP...

A Rare Case of Superior Gluteal Artery Pseudo Aneurysm after Blunt Trauma.

Prevailing over in rotationally unstable pelvic fractures, acetabular fractures or hip dislocations, superior gluteal artery pseudo aneurysm imperceptibly could be found after blunt force trauma of the pelvic region. We present a case of superior gluteal artery pseudo aneurysm after blunt force trauma that became gradually symptomatic in two months following the prime malevolence. Non-resolving gluteal hematoma presented two months after the incident, disregarding standard treatment methods led the diagnosi...

Publicly Funded Home and Community-Based Care for Children With Medical Complexity: Protocol for the Analysis of Medicaid Waiver Applications.

Children with medical complexity are a group of children with multiple chronic conditions and functional limitations that represent the highest health care utilization and often require a substantial number of home and community-based services (HCBS). In many states, HCBS are offered to target populations through 1915(c) Medicaid waivers. To date, no standard methods or approaches have been established to evaluate or compare 1915(c) waivers across states in the United States for children.

Brain development of children with single ventricle physiology or transposition of the great arteries: A longitudinal observation study.

To define the correlation between neuroanatomic and developmental outcomes of children with single ventricle (SV) or transposition of the great arteries (TGA), a prospective longitudinal study was performed in preschool and school-age children.

Aware and tuned to care: Children with better distress recognition and higher sympathy anticipate more guilt after harming others.

Helping children recognize the distress of their victims and feel sympathy may facilitate the optimal socialization of ethical guilt. With a sample of 150 eight-year-olds, we tested the main and interactive relations of distress recognition and sympathy to ethical guilt after hypothetically stealing and pushing. Better fear recognition and higher sympathy were uniquely associated with higher ethical guilt. The link between fear recognition and ethical guilt was stronger in children with higher sympathy. Bey...

Three- and 5-year-old children's understanding of how to dissolve a joint commitment.

When young children form a joint commitment with a partner, they understand that this agreement generates obligations. In this study, we investigated whether young children understand that joint commitments, and their associated obligations, may likewise be dissolved by agreement. The participants (3- and 5-year-olds; N = 144) formed a joint commitment with a puppet to play a collaborative game. In one condition, the puppet asked permission to break off and the children agreed; in a second condition, th...

The Frequency of HIV-1 Infection in Iranian Children and Determination of the Transmitted Drug Resistance in Treatment-naïve Children.

The advent of resistance-associated mutations in HIV-1 is a barrier to the success of the ARTs.

Length of Stay and ICU Stay Are Increased With Repair of Traumatic Superior Mesenteric Vein Injury.

Traumatic superior mesenteric vein (SMV) injury is rare, and the ideal treatment is controversial. We compared the outcomes of ligation versus repair of SMV injury using the National Trauma Databank.

Long-Term Outcomes of Modified St Jude Children's Research Hospital Total Therapy XIIIB and XV Protocols for Thai Children With Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia.

We studied long-term outcomes and prognostic features of Thai children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia treated with modified St Jude Children's Research Hospital (SJCRH) protocols.

Framework for Selecting Vocabulary for Preliterate Children Who Use Augmentative and Alternative Communication.

Purpose Nearly 50% of school-based speech-language pathologists (SLPs) provide services to school-age children who use augmentative and alternative communication (AAC). However, many SLPs report having insufficient knowledge in the area of AAC implementation. The objective of this tutorial is to provide clinicians with a framework for supporting 1 area of AAC implementation: vocabulary selection for preliterate children who use AAC. Method This tutorial focuses on 4 variables that clinicians should consider...

Identifying Milestones in Language Development for Young Children Ages 1-6 Years.

Language development is important for children's success in life. Therefore, language is monitored by child health care professionals and parents, but a uniform set of milestones in language development is lacking. Our aim was to identify a set of clear and distinctive milestones that empirically reflect language development in children aged one to six years of age.

Validation of a self-report adherence measurement tool among a multinational cohort of children living with HIV in Kenya, South Africa and Thailand.

There are few data on adherence and low-cost measurement tools for children living with HIV. We collected prospective data on adherence to antiretroviral therapy (ART) among a multinational cohort of children to evaluate an adherence questionnaire.

Stepwise versus globally optimal search in children and adults.

How do children and adults search for information when stepwise-optimal strategies fail to identify the most efficient query? The value of questions is often measured in terms of stepwise information gain (expected reduction of entropy on the next time step) or other stepwise-optimal methods. However, such myopic models are not guaranteed to identify the most efficient sequence of questions, that is, the shortest path to the solution. In two experiments we contrast stepwise methods with globally optimal str...

Leveraging the power of non-radium radionuclide treatments in bone metastases.

This review overviews the current status and clinical results of unsealed radionuclide therapies in skeletal metastasis. The other modes of treatment such as external bean radiotherapy and the newer receptor targeted radiopharmaceuticals tagged to alpha and beta particle emitting radionuclides have also been touched upon. With the advent of the latter in recent years, the intravenously administered radiopharmaceuticals that can be employed in the setting of skeletal metastases can be broadly categorized int...

Neuromuscular training for children with developmental coordination disorder: A randomized controlled trial.

Adaptive balance control is often compromised in children with developmental coordination disorder (DCD). Neuromuscular training (NMT) is commonly used in clinical settings to improve neuromuscular control and hence balance performance in these children. However, its effectiveness has not been proven scientifically. This randomized controlled study aimed to explore the effectiveness of NMT for improving adaptive balance performance and the associated leg muscle activation times in children with DCD.

Neuroanatomical Correlates of Childhood Stuttering: MRI Indices of White and Gray Matter Development That Differentiate Persistence Versus Recovery.

Purpose We review two recent neuroanatomical studies of children who stutter (CWS), one that examines white matter integrity and the other that focuses on cortical gray matter morphology. In both studies, we sought to examine differences between children whose stuttering persists ("persistent"), children who recovered from stuttering ("recovered"), and their nonstuttering peers ("controls"). Method Both of the reviewed studies use data from a large pediatric sample spanning preschool- to school-age children...

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