CASE REPORT : An Investigation of Midline Crossing in Three-year-old Children

An Investigation of Midline Crossing in Three-year-old Children
Dorothy Michell, Neil Wood
Physiotherapy
November 1999 (Vol. 85, Issue 11, Pages 607-615)
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CASE REPORT IV : PEDIATRIC REHABILITATION MEDICINE

 

 

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CASE REPORT : Reducing acute stress using trauma-focused cognitive behaviour therapy and eye movement desensitization and reprocessing AND KID syndrome patient with toe walking

Reducing acute stress in a 16-year old using trauma-focused cognitive behaviour therapy and eye movement desensitization and reprocessing
Madelon Brigitte Bronner;  RenÉe Beer;  Margreet Jozine van Zelm van Eldik;  Martha Alexandra Grootenhuis; Bob Fred Last
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Evrim Karadag-Saygi;  Isil Ustun;  Bulent Erol; Deniz Yucelten
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Functional outcomes after limb-salvage surgery and endoprosthetic reconstruction with an expandable prosthesis: a report of 4 cases.

Beebe K, Song KJ, Ross E, Tuy B, Patterson F, Benevenia J.

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Prosthetic Rehabilitation in a Four-year-old Child with Severe Early Childhood Caries: A Case Report

 

Aim: The purpose of this case report was to describe the oral rehabilitation of a 4-year-old girl presenting early

childhood caries (ECC).

Background: ECC is highly prevalent in developing countries and its severity increases with age. This disease

implies serious consequences for the development of the stomatognathic system and for the child’s quality of

life. As young children are usually anxious about dental treatment, their level of co-operation is limited, leading to

a challenging situation.

Case Report: A 4-year-old girl was brought by her mother for dental treatment with the complaint of pain. The

clinical examination revealed extensive carious coronary destructions. After preventive and curative measures,

the oral rehabilitation was performed; it included the use of stainless steel crowns, resin filled celluloid crowns

with previous cementation of glass post pins when necessary, an amalgam restoration, orthodontic treatment,

and a partial removable prosthesis. The child has been monitored in the Pediatric Dentistry Clinic at 4-monthly

intervals.

Summary: The oral rehabilitation was able to reestablish the oral health in the primary arches mutilated by

early childhood caries. This is important for the establishment of an adequate mixed and permanent dentition, for

proper facial and maxillary growth, and to the child’s psychological and social development.

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An aquatic physical therapy program at a pediatric rehabilitation hospital: a case series.

PURPOSE: The purpose of this case series is to describe the implementation of an aquatic physical therapy (PT) program at a pediatric hospital and to document improvements in participants’ abilities after PT intervention.

METHODS: Four patients with cerebral palsy, juvenile idiopathic arthritis, or Prader-Willi syndrome participated in aquatic and land-based PT intervention. Three of the patients had orthopedic conditions which required limited weight-bearing or low-joint impact during motor activities. A wide range of outcomes were used to assess changes in participation, activity, and body function. When available, minimal detectable change and minimal important difference values were used to interpret data.

RESULTS: Clinically significant improvements were documented in functional mobility, walking endurance, range of motion, muscle strength, and/or pain reduction for all 4 patients. CONCLUSIONS: Aquatic PT used as an adjunct to land-based PT interventions may be effective in improving outcomes in patients with physical disabilities.

Fragala-Pinkham MA, Dumas HM, Barlow CA, and Pasternak A Pediatric physical therapy : the official publication of the Section on Pediatrics of the American Physical Therapy Association 21(1):68-78, 2009 – Who cited this? | PubMed ID: 19214079 | Fulltext

 

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TECHNICAL REPORT

  Within-day repeatability of the endurance shuttle walk test, 06 May 2009
S.M. Revill, J. Williams, L. Sewell, R. Collier, S.J. Singh
pages 140-143
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