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Metabolomics And Neurotransmitters In Colonic Motility In Children
The Impact Of Non-acid Reflux On Respiratory Disease In Children
PAIN FREE (ediatric Alliance For International Neurogastrointestinal Functional Research) Registry
Reflux Profiles As Predictors Of Post-fundoplication Outcome
Retrospective Studies On Motility
Studies of Pediatric Liver Transplant (SPLIT)
Pegylated Interferon +/- Ribavirin for Children with HCV
Epidemiological study in Western and Asian countries in children and adolescents with Chronic Hepatitis B (EPIC B) (Recruitment is Closed)
Comparison of Fibroscan and Serum Fibrosis Markers with Histological Evaluation of Liver Fibrosis in Pediatric Patients Presenting for Liver Biopsy
Effect of hepatitis C on insulin resistance in children
A comparative study of the antiviral efficacy and safety of entecavir versus placebo in pediatric subjects with chronic hepatitis B virus infection who are HBeAg positive
Transient elastography of the liver for non-invasive assessment of central venous pressures and hepatic fibrosis in patients with Fontan circulation show_more_end
Copper Status in Infants with Prolonged Dependence on Parenteral Nutrition
Safety and Immunogenicity of Rotavirus Vaccine (RotaTeq®) in Infants with Short Bowel Syndrome
Clinical Outcomes of Children with Marsh 1 Histopathology
Prospective Study of Serologic Markers in the Diagnosis of Childhood Celiac Disease
A Prospective Case-Controlled Study to Identify Novel Biologic Markers Associated with Eosinophilic Esophagitis
Frozen poop pill offers a less invasive treatment option for emerging infectious disease
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