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This clinical study of children with autism and PTEN gene mutations did more than define a unique autism subtype. It’s now sparked one of the first attempts at an individualized gene-based treatment approach to autism.
First study to look at human papillomavirus vaccination rates by provider characteristics and practice location finds that male providers and suburban settings lag — plus a few surprising insights.
A recent animal study found that RSV may be transmitted vertically from the respiratory tract of the mother to the lungs of the fetus. And the virus may spread to extrapulmonary sites with sustained effects.
Chronic hydrocephalus is accompanied by a high level of cognitive function. Cleveland Clinic Children’s Center for Pediatric Neurology and Neurosurgery has been looking at the angiogenic response and VEGF.
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The increasing role percutaneous interventions play in congenital heart disease presents new challenges, including the need to limit radiation exposure and the need to tailor devices to small bodies.
One electrophysiology research project is showing potential in curbing radiation exposure during catheter ablation procedure in treatment of children with tachyarrhythmias. And it doesn’t compromise effectiveness.
If this research is successful, physicians may be able to monitor IBD activity through blood tests instead of imaging studies, saving money and reducing patient radiation exposure.
Early intervention can help children on the autism spectrum move on to less intensive placements afterward