Intraocular relapse of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukaemia
|Author||Somervaille, TCP; Hann, IM; Harrison, G; et al|
|Key phrase||childhood acute lymphoblastic leukaemia ocular relapse eye|
A 2ND COURSE OF TREATMENT FOR CHILDHOOD ACUTE LYMPHOBLASTIC-LEUKEMIA - LONG-TERM FOLLOW-UP IS NEEDED TO ASSESS RESULTS
|Author||CHESSELLS, J; LEIPER, A; Richards, S;|
|Key phrase||CHILDHOOD ALL BONE MARROW RELAPSE CHEMOTHERAPY|
Time to focus on outcome assessment tools for childhood vasculitis.
|Abstract||Childhood systemic vasculitides are a group of rare diseases with multi-organ involvement and potentially devastating consequences. After establishment of new classification criteria (Ankara consensus conference in 2008), it is now time to establish measures for proper definition of activity and damage in childhood primary vasculitis. By comparison to adult vasculitis, there is no consensus for indices of activity and damage assessment in childho ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]|
|Author||Demirkaya, E; Luqmani, R; Ayaz, NA; et al|
|Key phrase||Childhood vasculitis Birmingham vasculitis activity score disease extent index Pediatric vasculitis damage index outcome measurement disease activity assessment|
Gestational Age and Cognitive Ability in Early Childhood: a Population-based Cohort Study.
|Abstract||Recent studies suggest that children born at late preterm (34-36 weeks gestation) and early term (37-38 weeks) may have poorer developmental outcomes than children born at full term (39-41 weeks). We examined how gestational age is related to cognitive ability in early childhood using the UK Millennium Cohort Study.|
|Author||Poulsen, G; Wolke, D; Kurinczuk, JJ; et al|
|Key phrase||early childhood gestational age preterm birth late preterm birth cognitive development child development|
Mental imagery, emotion and psychopathology across child and adolescent development.
|Abstract||Mental imagery-based interventions are receiving increasing interest for the treatment of psychological disorders in adults. This is based on evidence that mental imagery potently influences the experience of emotion in non-clinical samples, and that a number of psychological disorders are marked by syndrome-specific, distressing abnormalities in mental imagery. During childhood and adolescence, neurocognitive development impacting mental imagery ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]|
|Author||Burnett Heyes, S; Lau, JY; Holmes, EA;|
|Key phrase||Mental imagery Emotion Emotional disorders Childhood Adolescence|