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HK J Paediatr (New Series)
Vol 18. No. 2, 2013

Editorial

  • Management Guidelines for Paediatric Healthcare Related Issues: Can We Reach Our Targeted Group?
    GCF Chan
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Original Article

  • Erythromycin Improves Symptoms and Electrogastrographic Patterns of Children with Dyspepsia
    MWY Leung, NSY Chao, KKW Liu
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  • Review of Outdoor Air Pollution and Child Health in Hong Kong
    SL Lee, H Tinsley, J Chau, HK Lai, TQ Thach, P Ip, CB Chow, AJ Hedley
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  • Vitamin D and Hyperbilirubinaemia in Neonates
    M Mutlu, A Çayir, Y Çayir, B Özkan, Y Aslan
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  • Clinical Features of 116 Near Term and Term Infants with Acute Bilirubin Encephalopathy in Eastern China
    Y Bao, XY Chen, LP Shi, XL Ma, Z Chen, F Luo, ZY Zhao
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  • A Small Cohort Review of the Long-term Prognosis for Chinese Older Children and Adolescents with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia Treated on a Paediatric Protocol
    H Xiong, SY Ha, AKS Chiang, Q Hu, GCF Chan
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Clinical Guideline

  • Clinical Guidelines on Management of Atopic Dermatitis in Children
    TNH Leung, CM Chow, MPY Chow, DCK Luk, KM Ho, KL Hon, vK Sugunan
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  • Introducing the Guideline on the Management of a Child with a Decreased Conscious Level: A Nationally Developed Evidence-based Guideline for Hospital Practitioners (The Paediatric Accident and Emergency Research Group, The University of Nottingham)
    KC Chan, NKC Tse, SY Lam, LCK Leung, MC Yam, KL Siu, DCW Chan, SM Tai, AWY Yung
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Case Report

  • Down-Klinefelter Syndrome with Multiple Dysmorphic Features: Case Report and Literature Review
    J Zheng
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Clinical Quiz

  • What is the diagnosis?
    HJ Lin, XL Ma, F Luo, LP Shi
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Letter to the Editor

  • Letters to the Editor
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Clinical Quiz Answer

  • CLINICAL QUIZ ANSWER
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