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  • Association of COVID-19 with diabetes: a systematic review and meta-analysis. [Meta-Analysis]
    Sci Rep. 2022 Nov 23; 12(1):20191.Ssentongo P, Zhang Y, … Ba DM
  • Emerging evidence suggests that coronavirus disease-2019 (COVID-19) may lead to a wide range of post-acute sequelae outcomes, including new onset of diabetes. The aim of this meta-analysis was to estimate the incidence of newly diagnosed diabetes in survivors of COVID-19. We searched MEDLINE, Scopus, Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials and the World Health Organization Global Literatur…
  • In Utero Enzyme-Replacement Therapy for Infantile-Onset Pompe's Disease. [Journal Article]
    N Engl J Med. 2022 Nov 09 [Online ahead of print]Cohen JL, Chakraborty P, … MacKenzie TC
  • Patients with early-onset lysosomal storage diseases are ideal candidates for prenatal therapy because organ damage starts in utero. We report the safety and efficacy results of in utero enzyme-replacement therapy (ERT) in a fetus with CRIM (cross-reactive immunologic material)-negative infantile-onset Pompe's disease. The family history was positive for infantile-onset Pompe's disease with cardi…
  • Analysis of Environmental Exposures for Nonsyndromic Cleft Lip and/or Palate: A Case-Control Study. [Journal Article]
    Iran J Public Health. 2022 Mar; 51(3):578-586.Ahmed Sakran K, Mutahar Abotaleb B, … He D
  • CONCLUSIONS: Parental age at childbirth of 25-29 yr, and folic acid supplement can reduce the risk of NSCL/P. By contrast, maternal passive smoking, infections, and drug use during early gestation period, and multiple births, parental consanguinity, positive family history, and maternal abortion history can increase the risk of NSCL/P. Identification of risk factors is essential in minimizing the incidence of NSCL/P in a particular population.
  • Comparison between cerebroplacental ratio and umbilicocerebral ratio in predicting adverse perinatal outcome at term. [Review]
    Eur J Obstet Gynecol Reprod Biol. 2020 Sep; 252:439-443.Di Mascio D, Rizzo G, … D'Antonio F
  • CONCLUSIONS: A low CPR and a high UCR are significantly associated with adverse perinatal outcome in singleton pregnancies at term. There was no difference between CPR and UCR in predicting perinatal outcome. Despite this, the diagnostic accuracy of both these parameters is too poor to advocate for their use as a screening tool of perinatal impairment at term, unless specific indications, such as SGA or FGR, have been identified.
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