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Cleft lip and palate: diagnosis and management
Cleft lip and palate is the most common congenital facial anomaly in children, which can affect appearance, speech, hearing, growth, psychosocial wellbeing and social integration. This article provides an overview of the ...
Practical pharmacokinetics: what do you really need to know?
Having some understanding of pharmacokinetics is important for all clinicians when prescribing medications. Key elements to effective and safe prescribing include making sure that we don't underdose a medication making it ...
Trichilemmal cyst of the penis in a paediatric patient
Paediatric penile cysts are uncommon. We report a five-year-old child with an asymptomatic progressively growing cyst on the ventral aspect of the penis after a hypospadias repair. The patient presented to the Cooper ...
A prospective study of adverse drug reactions to antiepileptic drugs in children.
Antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) and to prospectively evaluate the effect of AEDs on behaviour. SETTING: A single centre prospective observational study. PARTICIPANTS: Children (<18 years old) receiving one or more AEDs for ...
Dosimetric Comparison and Potential for Improved Clinical Outcomes of Paediatric CNS Patients Treated with Protons or IMRT.
BACKGROUND: We compare clinical outcomes of paediatric patients with CNS tumours treated with protons or IMRT. CNS tumours form the second most common group of cancers in children. Radiotherapy plays a major role in the ...