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May-August 2018| Vol 31| Issue 2

Original Article

Which cortical tuber type is more epileptogenic? Magnetic resonance imaging-based study in children with tuberous sclerosis complex

Background Cortical tubers are the most common brain lesions in patients with tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC). The relationship between cortical tubers and the severity of seizures is challe...


Original Article

Vitamin D status in a neonate–mother pair attending Alexandria University Children’s Hospital during the first week of life

Background Vitamin D deficiency and rickets continue to be a public health problem despite abundant sunshine throughout the year. The cause of rickets in Egyptian children is still unclear an...


Original Article

Plasma citrulline as a marker of intestinal function in neonates with feeding intolerance

Background Neonatal feeding intolerance may be the presentation of many diseases. Response to enteral feeding depends on enterocyte mass and function. Objective The aim was to assess...


Original Article

Cross-sectional study of osteopenia of prematurity and associated risk factors

Background Survival of very low birth weight preterm neonates born at less than 32 weeks gestational age (GA) have continued to improve. In response to this increased survival, osteopenia of ...


Original Article

Association between UGT-1A1 gene GLY71Arg polymorphism and severe unexplained indirect hyperbilirubinemia among neonates

Background Neonatal jaundice is considered the most prevailing clinical health problem among neonates. Numerous etiological factors are responsible for the development of pathological neonata...


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The Alexandria Journal of Pediatrics is an international peer-reviewed journal belonging to Alexandria Society of Pediatrics and Alexandria University Pediatric Department and published by Wolters Kluwer Inc, on behalf of the owner since 2017.

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