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[...] changes in the tyrosinase gene. Br J Ophthalmol. Oct 2005;89(10):1383-4 Dorey SE. The clinical features of albinism and their correlation with visual evoked potentials. British Journal of [...]

Hyperthyroidism

[...] in spontaneous resolution of the thyrotoxicosis but subsequently cause hypothyroidism. Clinical features of hyperthyroidism Systemic Eye signs (uncommon in children) Anxiety, restlessness [...]

Hypoglycaemia in Children

[...] often defined as a plasma glucose  less than 2.6 mmol/L, although the development of clinical features will depend on whether other energy substrates can be utilised. Clinical features [...]

Haemophilia

[...] of coagulation factors and DNA analysis. Prenatal diagnosis is available using DNA analysis. Clinical features The disorder is graded as severe, moderate or mild depending on the FVIII:C (or IX:C in [...]

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The Best 15 Free Android Medical apps for Doctors and Medical Students

[...] those working in primary care, the emergency department, and of course, obstetrics. Medical students and residents would find utility with this app when rotating through OB/GYN or the [...]

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Hypothyroidism

[...] may have very low levels of T4 for the first few weeks of life whilst the TSH is within the normal range; under these circumstances, additional thyroxine is not required. Congenital hypothyroidism [...]

Parathyroid disorders

[...] D analogues, adjusting the dose to maintain the plasma calcium concentration just below the normal range. Hypercalciuria is to be avoided as it may cause nephrocalcinosis and so the urinary calcium [...]

Anaemia

[...] Anaemia Anaemia is defined as an Hb level below the normal range. The normal range varies with age, so anaemia can be defined as: Neonate: Hb 1-12 months: Hb 1-12 years: Hb [...]

Developmental milestones

[...] are likely to be reached but does not tell us if the child's skills are outside the normal range. Limit ages are the age by which they should have been achieved. Limit ages are usually 2 [...]

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[...] of health and nutrition, and the higher her socioeconomic living standard and the quality of health care she receives, the greater is the chance of a successful outcome to her pregnancy. Couples [...]

Normal child development, hearing and vision

[...] health record at regular child health surveillance checks whenever a young child is seen by a health care professional, when a brief opportunistic overview is made. The main objective of assessing a [...]

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Abnormal motor development

[...] may reveal underlying abnormal motor signs. Causes of abnormal motor development include: cerebral palsy congenital myopathy/primary muscle disease spinal cord lesions, e.g. spina bifida global [...]

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[...] be normal late walkers, but a proportion will have an underlying medical problem, such as cerebral palsy, a primary muscle disorder or global developmental delay. A few may be understimulated from [...]

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Vision

[...] of visual acuity and any obstruction to this, e.g. from a cataract, will interfere with the normal development of the optic pathways and visual cortex unless corrected early in life. Most newborn [...]

Normal child development, hearing and vision

[...] , although there is also some further maturation of early developmental skills. Normal development in the first few years of life is monitored: by parents, who are provided with guidance [...]

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Maternal conditions affecting the fetus

[...] is at increased risk of asphyxia and birth trauma from obstructed labour or delivery the newborn infant is prone to hypoglycaemia and polycythaemia.  [...]

Vision

[...] Vision A newborn infant's vision is limited; the visual acuity is only about 6/200. The peripheral retina is well [...]

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[...] the size, shape, and consistency of the gland and identify any nodules or tenderness. If the thyroid gland is enlarged, listen over the lateral lobes with a stethoscope to detect a bruit, a sound [...]

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Albinotics and their possible Medical Disorders

[...] changes in the tyrosinase gene. Br J Ophthalmol. Oct 2005;89(10):1383-4 Dorey SE. The clinical features of albinism and their correlation with visual evoked potentials. British Journal of [...]

Hyperthyroidism

[...] in spontaneous resolution of the thyrotoxicosis but subsequently cause hypothyroidism. Clinical features of hyperthyroidism Systemic Eye signs (uncommon in children) Anxiety, restlessness [...]

Hypoglycaemia in Children

[...] often defined as a plasma glucose  less than 2.6 mmol/L, although the development of clinical features will depend on whether other energy substrates can be utilised. Clinical features [...]

Haemophilia

[...] of coagulation factors and DNA analysis. Prenatal diagnosis is available using DNA analysis. Clinical features The disorder is graded as severe, moderate or mild depending on the FVIII:C (or IX:C in [...]

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