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Short stature as the primary manifestation of monosymptomatic celiac disease / M Bonamico; G Sciré; P Mariani; AM Pasquino; P Triglione; S Scaccia; et.al..-- pp. 12-6.-- En: Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition.-- 14, 1 (1992)
ENFERMEDAD CELIACA   TRASTORNOS DEL CRECIMIENTO   INMUNOGLOBULINA A   INMUNOGLOBULINA G   NIÑO
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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    It is generally accepted that celiac disease (CD) must always be taken into consideration when dealing with children manifesting growth failure. It is therefore important to have laboratory tests capable of detecting patients who should undergo intestinal biopsy. Auxological and endocrine parameters, bone age, some nutritional indices (hemoglobin, serum iron, calcium, total protein, and albumin), and anti-gliadin antibodies (AGA) IgA and IgG and 1-h blood xylose levels were evaluated in 49 children of short stature. On the basis of the intestinal biopsy, 29 (59.1%) patients affected by CD were found. When patients with atrophic and normal intestinal mucosa were compared, significant differences in the frequency of pathological values of hemoglobinemia, serum iron, AGA, and 1-h blood xylose levels were found, whereas no difference was observed in the levels of serum calcium, total protein, and albumin. Bone age was delayed in 81% of the celiac patients and in 47% of the controls. In particular, AGAs were found in 27 of 29 celiac patients and in three control subjects who showed a low level of one of the two antibodies. The results of our study demonstrate that AGA (IgA and IgG), together with 1-h blood xylose, hemoglobinemia, serum iron, and family history of CD determination, are extremely useful for screening patients of short stature. This type of screening cannot, however, replace the intestinal biopsy because such tests cannot be completely sensitive and specific.

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Inmunoglobulina a secretora en calostro de madres atendidas en un hospital pública y en un hospital privado. Valencia, Estado Carabobo: Octubre 1992-Enero 1993 / M De Materán; M Lamanna; R Martínez; C Mendoza; M Pacheco; ES Rodríguez; ML Malpica M; et.al..-- pp. 123-28.-- En: Archivos Venezolanos de Puericultura y Pediatría.-- 56, 3-4 (1993)
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Revista en estanteria
CALOSTRO   INMUNOGLOBULINA A
Categoría geográfica: VENEZUELA   CARABOBO  
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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El déficit selectivo de IgA, s, como factor de riesgo en niños con diarrea persistente / A Salvatierra; M Muñoz; ME González.-- pp. 195-98.-- En: Archivos Venezolanos de Puericultura y Pediatría.-- 59, 4 (1996)
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Revista en estanteria
INMUNOGLOBULINA A   DIARREA INFANTIL   LACTANCIA MATERNA   FACTORES DE RIESGO
Categoría geográfica: VENEZUELA  
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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Lactogénesis: transición del embarazo a la lactancia = Lactogenesis. The transition from pregnancy to lactation / MC Neville; J Morton; S Umemura.-- pp. 35-52.-- En: Clínicas Pediátricas de Norteamérica.-- 48, 1 (2001)
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Revista en estanteria
HORMONAS ESTEROIDES GONADALES   INMUNOGLOBULINA A   RECIEN NACIDO   LACTANCIA   LECHE HUMANA   EMBARAZO
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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    La época más critica en el establecimiento de la lactancia es la transición del embarazo a esta última, denominada en ocasiones etapa II de la lactogénesis. Esta transición consiste en un grupo ordenado de cambios en la glándula mamaria que dan por resultado una disminución inmediata del contenido de sodio y cloruro del producto de la secreción mamaria, la producción de cantidades protectoras durante los dos primeros días del posparto. Estos cambios son desencadenados por la disminución de la progesterona y posiblemente del estrógeno, en el posparto y requieren concentraciones altas de prolactina en plasma. Aún no se aclara el sitio de la eliminación de la leche en este proceso y se necesitan estudios clínicos prospectivos para valorar este parámetro importante.




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Milk hypersensitivity in young adults / L Pelto; O Impivaara; S Salminen; T Poussa; R Seppanen; EM Lilius.-- pp. 620-24.-- En: European Journal of Clinical Nutrition.-- 53, 8 (1999)
HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LA LECHE   PROTEINAS DE LA LECHE   INMUNOGLOBULINA A   INMUNOGLOBULINA G   ADULTO
Categoría geográfica: FINLANDIA  
Ubicación: CANIA. CD   
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    To estimate the prevalence of milk hypersensitivity in Finnish adults.Cross-sectional study.Two hundred men and 206 women aged 27 y randomly recruited from the population register in southwestern Finland.The subjects were interviewed about their dairy product consumption, abdominal discomfort after dairy product intake and lactose intolerance. From serum samples, serum reactivity to milk protein and milk-specific IgG1, IgG2, IgG3 and IgA were measured.About 20% of the subjects reported abdominal discomfort after dairy product intake, whereas only 6.4% had been diagnosed to have lactose intolerance.....Continua.

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Incidence of celiac disease identified by the presence of serum endomysial antibodies in children with chronic diarrhea, short stature, or insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus / TM Rossi; CH Albini; V Kumar.-- pp. 262-64.-- En: The Journal of Pediatrics.-- 123, 2 (1993)
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Revista en estanteria
ENFERMEDAD CELIACA   DIABETES MELLITUS TIPO I   MARCADORES BIOLOGICOS   TRASTORNOS DEL CRECIMIENTO   INMUNOGLOBULINA A   PREESCOLAR   NIÑO   ADOLESCENTE   ADULTO
Categoría geográfica: ESTADOS UNIDOS  
Ubicación: CANIA. CD   
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    We determined the incidence of celiac disease in the western New York area to be 1.29 per 10,000 live births. Celiac disease occurred in 29 children with gastrointestinal symptoms. Two children (1.7%) of 117 with short stature and 10 (4.0%) of 211 with diabetes mellitus had serum anti-endomysial antibodies. We conclude that the incidence of childhood celiac disease in our area is much less than that reported in Europe.




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Immunoglobulin A subclasses in infants' saliva and in saliva and milk from their mothers / SP Fitzsimmons; MK Evans; CL Pearce; MJ Sheridan; R Wientzen; MF Cole.-- pp. 566-73.-- En: The Journal of Pediatrics.-- 124, 4 (1994)
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Revista en estanteria
INMUNOGLOBULINA A   SALIVA   LECHE HUMANA   ALIMENTOS INFANTILES   LACTANCIA MATERNA   LACTANTE
Ubicación: CANIA. CD   
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    We sought to determine (1) the ontogeny of secretory IgA subclasses in saliva of breast- and formula-fed infants and (2) the influence of breast-feeding on the maturation of secretory salivary IgA subclasses. Secretory IgA and subclasses 1 and 2 concentrations were determined in saliva from 40 healthy, term infants from birth to age 18 months, and in parallel milk samples from the infants' mothers who were breast-feeding during the first 6 months after birth. Secretory IgA was detected in the neonates' saliva as early as 3 days after birth, increased rapidly during the next 6 months, but then stabilized at a level approximately one-sixth that of the mothers' salivary secretory IgA...Continua.




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Local immune response in patients with cow milk allergy: follow-up of patients retaining allergy or becoming tolerant / E Isolauri; H Suomalainen; M Kaila; T Jalonen; E Soppi; E Virtanen; et.ál..-- pp. 9-15.-- En: The Journal of Pediatrics.-- 120, 1 (1992)
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Revista en estantería
HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LA LECHE   ANTICUERPOS   CASEINAS   INMUNOGLOBULINA A   INMUNOGLOBULINA G   INMUNOGLOBULINA M   PREESCOLAR   LACTANTE
Ubicación: CANIA. CD   
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    To assist in identifying factors that determine the clinical outcome of cow milk allergy, we subjected to rechallenge 37 patients with a history of cow milk allergy, mean (+/- SD) age 27.6 +/- 7.1 months, after a follow-up of 13.5 +/- 5.1 months with a milk-free diet. A solid-phase enzyme-linked immunoassay was used to assess the total number of immunoglobulin-secreting and specific antibody-secreting cells among peripheral blood lymphocytes primed during provocation by milk antigens, giving indirect evidence of local immune response in the gut. Patients with persistent cow milk allergy (n = 13) had milder reactions at rechallenge than they had shown at the time of diagnosis...Continua.





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