Affiliation: St. John's Mercy Medical Center
- Long-term ophthalmic outcome of low birth weight children with and without retinopathy of prematurityAnna R O'Connor
Division of Child Health, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom
Pediatrics 109:12-8. 2002..This cohort was traced at 10 to 12 years of age to determine how low birth weight alone and ROP might influence their ophthalmic outcome...
- Strabismus in children of birth weight less than 1701 gAnna R O'Connor
Division of Child Health, University of Nottingham, England
Arch Ophthalmol 120:767-73. 2002..To prospectively study infants of birth weight less than 1701 g in the East Midlands of England in the mid 1980s at 10 to 12 years of age to determine the incidence and risk factors for strabismus in children born preterm...
- Children born weighing less than 1701 g: visual and cognitive outcomes at 11-14 yearsTerence Stephenson
Centre for Reproduction and Early Life, Academic Division of Child Health, School of Human Development, University of Nottingham, Nottingham NG7 2UH, UK
Arch Dis Child Fetal Neonatal Ed 92:F265-70. 2007..Few studies of low birthweight children have explored the relationship between later visual morbidity and neuropsychological function. This study evaluated these outcomes using a geographically defined cohort...
- Trends in cerebral palsy among infants of very low birthweight (<1500 g) or born prematurely (<32 weeks) in 16 European centres: a database studyMary Jane Platt
Division of Public Health, Whelan Building, University of Liverpool, Liverpool L69 3GB, UK
Lancet 369:43-50. 2007..This paper describes changes in the frequency and distribution of cerebral palsy by sex and neurological subtype in infants with a birthweight below 1000 g and 1000-1499 g in the period 1980-96...
- Breast cancer incidence: what do the figures mean?Ann Johnson
Breast Study Centre, Mount Vernon Postgraduate Medical Centre, Mount Vernon Hospital, Northwood, Middlesex, UK
J Eval Clin Pract 11:27-31. 2005..This change can be separated from the spurious increase due to breast screening. The rates in women over 64 have remained constant...
- Behavioral and emotional adjustment of teenagers in mainstream school who were born before 29 weeks' gestationFrances Gardner
University of Oxford, Department of Social Policy and Social Work, 32 Wellington Square, Oxford, OX1 2ER, United Kingdom
Pediatrics 114:676-82. 2004..To investigate behavioral and emotional problems and positive adjustment of 15-to 16-year-olds who were born at extremely low gestational age (ELGA), from the perspective of parents, teachers, and teenagers...
- Cerebral palsy registriesChristine Cans
Registre des Handicaps de l'Enfant et Observatoire Perinatal, University Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, France
Semin Pediatr Neurol 11:18-23. 2004..CP registers are useful to clinicians by enabling them to identify subgroups of children requiring specific etiologic investigations, and also to provide more accurate information to the parents of children with CP...
- Cerebral palsy of post-neonatal origin: characteristics and risk factorsChristine Cans
Centre Hospitalo Universitaire CHU de Grenoble, France
Paediatr Perinat Epidemiol 18:214-20. 2004....
- Cerebral palsy and intrauterine growth in single births: European collaborative studyStephen Jarvis
Institute of Child Health, University of Newcastle, UK
Lancet 362:1106-11. 2003..Whether deviant growth is the cause or a consequence of the disability remains to be determined...
- Cerebral palsy rates among low-birthweight infants fell in the 1990sGeraldine Surman
National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit, Institute of Health Sciences, Oxford, UK
Dev Med Child Neurol 45:456-62. 2003..The rate of severe motor disability among infants weighing less than 1500 g also decreased (24.6 in 1984-1986 to 12.5 in 1993-1995). The relation of these findings to changes in perinatal care in the early 1990s is not known...
- A case-control study of vanishing twin as a risk factor for cerebral palsyRobert Newton
Epidemiology Unit, Gibson Building, Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford, OX2 6HE, UK
Twin Res 6:83-4. 2003..8-3.0; p = 0.3). On the basis of results presented here, the vanishing twin syndrome is unlikely to account for a high proportion of cases of cerebral palsy, but there is insufficient statistical power to draw firm conclusions...
- Genotype-renal function correlation in type 2 autosomal dominant polycystic kidney diseaseRiccardo Magistroni
Division of Nephrology and Genomic Medicine, University Health Network, 200 Elizabeth Street, Toronto, Canada M5G 2C4
J Am Soc Nephrol 14:1164-74. 2003..This variability can confound the determination of allelic effects and supports the notion that additional genetic and/or environmental factors may modulate the renal disease severity in ADPKD...
- Cerebral palsy and clinical negligence litigation: a cohort studyCatherine Greenwood
National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit, Oxford, UK
BJOG 110:6-11. 2003..It remains to be seen whether the existence of the template leads to change in the pattern of decisions made by the courts...
- Variations in the orthotic management of cerebral palsyChristopher Morris
Department of Orthotics, Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre NHS Trust, Oxford, UK
Child Care Health Dev 28:139-47. 2002..Anecdotal reports that children with cerebral palsy were provided different orthoses in two adjacent UK health districts were investigated using an observational comparative case study...
- High prevalence of temporomandibular joint arthritis at disease onset in children with juvenile idiopathic arthritis, as detected by magnetic resonance imaging but not by ultrasoundPamela F Weiss
Division of Rheumatology, Children s Hospital of Philadelphia and University of Pennsylvania Center for Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104 4399, USA
Arthritis Rheum 58:1189-96. 2008....