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Volume 2, Jul-Sep 2019
Intermittent fasting and low-carbohydrate diet to improve cardiovascular risk factor in obese adolescent
Piprim Basarah Yanuarso1, Aryono Hendarto1, Aman Bhakti Pulungan1
Background: The prevalence of obesity in children and adolescent are increasing during recent years. Youth obesity is a risk for obesity in adulthood and associated to the development of cardiovascular risk factor. Increasing inflammation and oxidative stress in obesity have principal roles in patho...
A PILOT STUDY INVESTIGATING THE RELIABILITY AND FEASIBILITY OF MEASURING TIBIAL LENGTH AND RECUMBENT LENGTH IN CHILDREN AND YOUNG ADULTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
Dr Justine McCallum, Dr Phillipa Clark, Dr Rachael McLean, Catherine Wheeler, Dr Peter Reed.
Aim: To investigate the validity and feasibility of using tibial and recumbent length measurements in children with Cerebral Palsy (CP) in the outpatient clinic setting. Method: Participants with a primary diagnosis of Cerebral Palsy (CP) aged between 2-20 years of age (n=38) were recruited fro...
Karyotype, Phenotype Characteristics, and Quality of Life in Adolescents with Turner Syndrome; Are They Related?
Novina Novina1,Hartono Gunardi2,Aman B. Pulungan2
Background: Turner syndrome is characterized by the absence of part or the entire X chromosome in a woman and categorized as classical and mosaic based on karyotype. Comorbidities such as difficulty in learning and ear or cardiovascular abnormalities may affect the patient’s quality of life (QoL)....
Haemoglobin Level and Nutritional Status Changes Among Under-Five Children Treated with Antituberculosis Therapy in Cirebon
Arifah Nur Shadrina, Tuti Atikah
Children with TB are more susceptible to have anaemia that can lead to immunosuppression. However, the evolution of TB-associated anaemia with short-term combination antituberculosis therapy in children remains poorly quantified. This manuscript touches on an important topic related to tuberculosis ...
Management of Patients with Hemophilia in Oral Surgery
Melisa Ruth1, Prihartiningsih1, Elizabeth Riyati Titi Astuti1
Management of Patients with Hemophilia in Oral Surgery...
DE QUERVAIN’S THYROIDITIS – DON’T MISS IT IN CHILDREN
Dr Geetha M, Dr Kiran B, Dr Madhusmitha Jen
Unna Thost Syndrome is Palmo Plantar Keratoderma (PPK) of diffuse non epidermolytic type inherited in autosomal dominant fashion. We had a seven year old boy born to second degree consanguineous parents had palmoplantar keratoderma with hyperhidrosis with positive family history. He was promptly dia...
Caffey disease with acute sialadenitis: A diagnostic challenge!
Sunil V. Kapur1, Jitendra S. Oswal1,Dr Vibha Bafna 1
In this case report, we highlight that clinical awareness of the existence of this unique condition and its typical clinicoradiological profile avoids children being subjected to unnecessary invasive investigations. The aim of this case report is to alert paediatricians of the occurrence of acute si...
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