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Annals of Tropical Paediatrics: International Child Health is now published as Annals of Tropical Paediatrics: International Child Health.

Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

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Volume 19, Number 1, 1 March 1999

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Immunological manifestations of HIV-infected children
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Authors: Eley, B. S.; Hughes, J.; Potgieter, S.; Keraan, M.; Burgess, J.; Hussey, G. D.

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Chlamydia trachomatis lower respiratory tract infection in infants
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Authors: Zar, H. J.; Dyk, A. Van; Yeats, J. K.; Hanslo, D.

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Aeromonas-associated diarrhoea in Bangladeshi children: clinical and epidemiological characteristics
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Authors: Teka, Telahun; Faruque, A. S. G.; Hossain, M. I.; Fuchs, George J.

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Aetiology and clinical signs of bacterial meningitis in children admitted to Goroka Base Hospital, Papua New Guinea, 1989-1992
pp. 21-32(12)
Authors: Lehmann, D.; Yeka, W.; Rongap, T.; Javati, A.; Saleu, G.; Clegg, A.; Michael, A.; Lupiwa, T.; Omena, M.; Alpers, M. P.

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Neonatal mortality in a rural area of The Gambia
pp. 33-43(11)
Authors: Leach, A.; Mcardle, T. F.; Banya, W. A. S.; Krubally, O.; Greenwood, A. M.; Rands, C.; Adegbola, R.; Francisco, A. De; Greenwood, B. M.

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Persistent hyperinsulinaemic hypoglycaemia of infancy (nesidioblastosis): a report from Kuwait
pp. 55-59(5)
Authors: Ramadan, Dina G.; Badawi, Mona H.; Zaki, Mohamed; Mazidi, Zaidan El; Ismail, Essam A. R.; Anzi, Hussein El

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Leishmania donovani invasion of the blood in a child with dermal leishmaniasis
pp. 61-64(4)
Authors: Nuwayri-Salti, Nuha; Salman, Salah; Shahin, Nazik Mansour; Malak, Johny

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Peptic ulcer disease in childhood in Zaria, Nigeria
pp. 65-68(4)
Author: Ameh, Emmanuel A.

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Geographic distribution of cystic fibrosis transmembrane regulator gene mutations in Saudi Arabia
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Authors: Banjar, H.; Kambouris, M.; Meyer, B. F.; Al-Mehaidib, A.; Mogarri, I.

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The effect of admission on oral rehydration-related knowledge
pp. 75-81(7)
Authors: Mawela, M. P. B; Villiers, F. P. R. De

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Under-recognition of childhood asthma in Singapore: evidence from a questionnaire survey
pp. 83-91(9)
Authors: Chew, F. T.; Goh, D. Y. T.; Lee, B. W.

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Discontinuing anti-epileptic medication(s) in epileptic children: 18 versus 24 months
pp. 93-99(7)
Authors: Gebremariam, Ayele; Mengesha, Worku; Enqusilassie, Fikre

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Endocarditis with a large thrombus complicating a central venous access device
pp. 101-103(3)
Authors: Venugopalan, P.; Louon, A.; Akinbami, F.O.; Elnour, I.B.

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Internal jugular phlebectasia-an unusual cause of neck swelling
pp. 105-108(4)
Authors: Indudharan, R.; Quah, B. S.; Shuaib, I. L.

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Acute retropharyngeal abscess in children
pp. 109-112(4)
Author: Ameh, Emmanuel A.

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Complications of traditional male circumcision
pp. 113-117(5)
Authors: Ahmed, A.; Mbibi, N.H.; Dawam, D.; Kalayi, G.D.

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Amputation of the penis by human bite: a case report
pp. 119-120(2)
Authors: Ameh, E. A.; Chirdan, L. B.; Odigie, V. I.

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