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The effect of orally administered midazolam on children of three age groups during restorative dental care.
(American academy of pediatric dentistry, 1999)
PURPOSE: The effects of orally administered midazolam on three groups of preschool children who differed by age only and required dental treatment were studied. Sixty-one children age 24-58 months participated in this ...
Alagille syndrome: from the cutaneous to the systemic
(European Journal of Pediatric Dermatology, 2019)
Here is reported the case of a girl with Alagille syndrome, in whom the keys to diagnosis were the dermatological manifestations characterized by chronic and persistent pruritus that led us to search for other systemic ...
A cross-cultural study of sex-typicality and averageness: Correlation between frontal and lateral measures of human faces.
Objectives Facial averageness and sexual dimorphism are extensively studied attractiveness markers, which are viewed as possible indicators of biological quality. Both are complex morphological traits, and both can be ...
Human papilloma virus: An etiological and prognostic factor for oral cancer?
The increasing prevalence of human papilloma virus (HPV)‐positive oral tumors can be considered an epidemic. Although the incidence of HPV cervical cancer is decreasing, the incidence of oral cavity and oropharyngeal cancers ...
Angiokeratomas, not everything is fabry disease
Autoantibodies and gastrointestinal symptoms in colombian children with Juvenile idiopathic arthritis
(Bentham Science, 2018)
Background: Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA) is the most common inflammatory joint disease in children. JIA and autoimmune inflammatory Gastrointestinal (GI) diseases share common etiologic mechanisms, including genetic ...