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Current issue | No. 1. January 2015
Original articles

Acceptable effect of multimodal analgesic treatment after a Bascom cleft lift operation

Saphana Jassim Mohamed, Billy Bjarne Kristensen, Lars Lindgaard et al

A follow-up urine sample has limited value after treatment for urinary tract infection in children

Rebekka Lytzen, Kristine Kaalund-Jørgensen, Akhlaq Ahmed et al

Epidemiology of cerebral palsy in Southern Denmark

Christina Frøslev-Friis, Ulrike Dunkhase-Heinl, Johnny Dohn Holmgren Andersen et al

Low success rate of salvage surgery for testicular torsion in newborns

Rie Jensen, Mark Ellebæk, Lars Rasmussen & Niels Qvist

Positive experience with intrathecal baclofen treatment in children with severe cerebral palsy

Tinett Martesen Overgård, Lars Kjærsgaard-Hansen, Morten Søe et al

Rehabilitation of Danish veterans with spinal cord injuries during international missions

Nicolaj Jersild Holm, Bodil Bjørnshave Noe, Dorte Dahl Hoffmann et al

Watchful waiting versus colorectal resection after polypectomy for malignant colorectal polyps

Katarina Levic, Monica Kjær, Orhan Bulut et al

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Colonoscopy surveillance for dysplasia and colorectal cancer in patients with inflammatory bowel disease

Claus Aalykke, Michael Dam Jensen, Jan Fallingborg et al

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Positive experience with intrathecal baclofen treatment in children with severe cerebral palsy

Positive experience with intrathecal baclofen treatment in children with severe cerebral palsy

Beneficial effects of baclofen pump in children with cerebral palsy.

07. januaryy 2015

Low success rate of salvage surgery for testicular torsion in newborns

Low success rate of salvage surgery for testicular torsion in newborns

Prenatal torsion or doctor’s delay may cause testes to be non-salvageable in newborns with testes torsion

07. januaryy 2015

A follow-up urine sample has limited value after treatment for urinary tract infection in children

A follow-up urine sample has limited value after treatment for urinary tract infection in children

A follow-up urine sample is not indicated as routine after treatment of upper urinary tract infection in children.

07. januaryy 2015