Citations with the tag: MENTAL retardation

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  • Publication reviews.
     // Palaestra; Winter95, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p53 

    Reviews the book `Mental Retardation,' by M. Beirne-Smith, J.R. Patton and R. Ittenbach.

  • Book review.
    Howell, M.C.; Jones, T.E. // School Library Journal; Jan92, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p138 

    Reviews the book `Mental Retardation,` by Robert E. Dunbar.

  • Obituary.
    Sines, David // Learning Disability Practice; Nov2013, Vol. 16 Issue 9, p7 

    The article presents an obituary for Alan Parrish, a nurse, author, orator and one of the leading figures in learning disability nursing.

  • Leg Strength Is Related to Endurance Run Performance in Children and Adolescents With Mental Retardation.
    Fernhall, Bo; Pitetti, Kenneth H. // Pediatric Exercise Science; Aug2000, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p324 

    Evaluates the interrelation between leg strength and endurance run performance in children and adolescents with mental retardation. Influence of gender on leg strength and endurance; Dependence of endurance run performance on maximal oxygen consumption; Improvement in endurance through strength...

  • Ridgeway partnership merges with Southern Health NHS Trust.
    Fernhall, Bo; Pitetti, Kenneth H. // Learning Disability Practice; May2012, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p4 

    The article reports that Southern Health National Health Service (NHS) Foundation Trust is the preferred bidder in the competitive selection process to choose the trust that will acquire Oxfordshire Learning Disability NHS Trust (OLDT), also known as Ridgeway Partnership.

  • A terrible thing to waste.
    Fernhall, Bo; Pitetti, Kenneth H. // Discover; Aug99, Vol. 20 Issue 8, p16 

    Reports on the finding by University of Virginia's physician Richard Guerrant that children who survive diarrhea may be handicapped by reduced intelligence.

  • Reviews: Nonfiction.
    Holmes, Mary // Book Report; Sep/Oct92, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p61 

    Reviews the book `Mental Retardation,' by Robert E. Dunbar.

  • Corrigendum: Lamin B1 duplications cause autosomal dominant leukodystrophy.
    Padiath, Quasar S; Saigoh, Kazumasa; Schiffmann, Raphael; Asahara, Hideaki; Yamada, Takeshi; Koeppen, Anulf; Hogan, Kirk; Ptáček, Louis J; Fu, Ying-Hui // Nature Genetics; Feb2007, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p276 

    A correction to the article on Lamin B1 duplications as the cause of autosomal dominant leukodystrophy is presented.

  • Book Notes.
    Padiath, Quasar S; Saigoh, Kazumasa; Schiffmann, Raphael; Asahara, Hideaki; Yamada, Takeshi; Koeppen, Anulf; Hogan, Kirk; Ptáček, Louis J; Fu, Ying-Hui // Exceptional Parent; Mar2000, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p63 

    Reviews the book `Mental Retardation in the 21st Century,' edited by Michael L. Wehmeyer and James R. Patton.

  • New dominant syndrome of microcephaly, facial abnormalities, micromelia, and mental retardation.
    Tsukahara, M.; Sugio, Yoshitsugu // Journal of Human Genetics; 1998, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p224 

    Abstract We report on three brothers, aged 6, 3, and 2 years, with a hitherto undescribed combination of microcephaly, facial abnormalities, micromelia, and mild mental retardation. Their facial abnormalities included a forehead with bitemporal constriction, upslanting palpebral fissures,...

  • Cryptic telomeric rearrangements in subjects with mental retardation associated with dysmorphism and congenital malformations.
    Rossi, Elena; Piccini, Flavia; Zollino, Marcella; Neri, Giovanni; Caselli, Desirée; Tenconi, Romano; Castellan, Claudio; Carrozzo, Romeo; Danesino, Cesare; Zuffardi, Orsetta; Ragusa, Angela; Castiglia, Lucia; Galesi, Ornella; Greco, Donatella; Romano, Corrado; Pierluigi, Mauro; Perfumo, Chiara; Rocco, Maia Di; Faravelli, Francesca; Dagna Bricarelli, Franca // Journal of Medical Genetics; Jun2001, Vol. 38 Issue 6, p417 

    Presents a letter to the editor about the association of cryptic telomeric rearrangements with mental retardation.

  • Prevalence of Mutations in X-linked Mental Retardation Genes in Familial Mental Retardation.
    Tarpey, Patrick; Fryer, A.; Gecz, J.; Goodship, J.; Partington, M.; Price, S.; Schwartz, C.; Stevenson, R.; Tolmie, J.; Turner, G.; Wooster, R.; Futreal, P. A.; Stratton, M. R.; Raymond, F. L. // Journal of Medical Genetics; Sep2005, Vol. 42, pS18 

    Presents an abstract of the article "Prevalence of Mutations in X-linked Mental Retardation Genes in Familial Mental Retardation," by Patrick Tarpey, A. Fryer, J. Gecz, J. Goodship, M. Partington, S. Price, C. Schwartz, R. Stevenson, J. Tolmie, G. Turner, R. Wooster, P.A. Futreal, M.R. Stratton,...

  • Rubinstein-Taybi Syndrome: Dosage Analysis Using MLPA.
    Cook, Ian; Bransfield, K. L.; Bennett, C. P.; Cockburn, D. J.; J. Williams; Taylor, G. R.; Delaney, C. A. // Journal of Medical Genetics; Sep2005, Vol. 42, pS26 

    Presents an abstract of the article "Rubinstein-Taybi Syndrome: Dosage Analysis Using MLPA," by Ian Cook, K.L. Bransfield, C.P. Bennett, D.J. Cockburn, J. Williams, G.R. Taylor, and C.A. Delaney.

  • Kabuki Syndrome: Absence of 8p22-8p23.1 Duplication in Five Arab Children.
    Marafie, Makia; Henedi, M. Abo; Bastaki, L.; Abulhasan, S. // Journal of Medical Genetics; Sep2005, Vol. 42, pS44 

    Presents an abstract of the article "Kabuki Syndrome: Absence of 8p22-8p23.1 Duplication in Five Arab Children," by Makia Marafie, M. Abo Henedi, L. Bastaki, and S. Abulhasan.

  • Kabuki Syndrome and Hyperinsulinism - A Report of Two Cases.
    Robert, M. L. P.; Turnpenny, P.; Whitehead, M. // Journal of Medical Genetics; Sep2005, Vol. 42, pS51 

    Presents an abstract of the article "Kabuki Syndrome and Hyperinsulinism - A Report of Two Cases," by M.L.P. Robert, P. Turnpenny, and M. Whiteford.

  • Cryptic Subtelomeric Rearrangements in Children With Mental Retardation and Dysmorphism.
    Sousa, Ana Berta; Medeira, A.; Cordeiro, I.; Lemos, R.; Rendeiro, P.; Santos, H. G. // Journal of Medical Genetics; Sep2005, Vol. 42, pS56 

    Presents an abstract of the article "Cryptic Subtelomeric Rearrangements in Children With Mental Retardation and Dysmorphism," by Ana Berta Sousa, A. Medeira, I. Cordeiro, R. Lemos, P. Rendeiro, and H. G. Santos.

  • Evaluating MLPA for Use in Diagnostic Telomere Screening: A Comparison With Commercially Available FISH Kits.
    Massie, Doreen; Clark, C.; Grant, F.; Goldie, B.; Gallagher, L.; Couzin, D.; Dean, J. C. S. // Journal of Medical Genetics; Sep2005, Vol. 42, pS75 

    Presents an abstract of the article "Evaluating MLPA for Use in Diagnostic Telomere Screening: A Comparison With Commercially Available FISH Kits," by Doreen Massie, C. CLark, F. Grant, B. Goldie, L. Gallagher, D. Couzin, and J. C. S. Dean.

  • High-Throughput Screening Service for Submicroscopic Genomic Imbalance.
    Joo Wook Ahn; Hallam, A.; Ogilvie, C. Mackie; Mann, K. // Journal of Medical Genetics; Sep2005, Vol. 42, pS76 

    Presents an abstract of the article "High-Throughput Screening Service for Submicroscopic Genomic Imbalance," by Joo Wook Ahn, A. Hallam, C. Mackie Ogilvie, and K. Mann.

  • Analysis of Subtelomeric Rearrangements Using MLPA in Patients With Mental Retardation, a Comparison With FISH.
    Delaney, Carol A.; Mavrogiannis, L.; Morris, S. P.; Roberts, P.; Cockburn, D. J.; Williams, J.; Taylor, G. R. // Journal of Medical Genetics; Sep2005, Vol. 42, pS86 

    Presents an abstract of the article "Analysis of Subtelomeric Rearrangements Using MLPA in Patients With Mental Retardation, a Comparison With FISH," by Carol A. Delaney, L. Mavrogiannis, S. P. Morris, P. Roberts, D. J. Cockburn, J. Williams, and G. R. Taylor.

  • The Emerging 22q11 Duplication Syndrome: Two Familial Cases.
    Carolina, Irene; Geddes, N.; Sibbald, J.; Larkins, S. A.; Davison, E. V. // Journal of Medical Genetics; Sep2005, Vol. 42, pS87 

    Presents an abstract of the article "The Emerging 22q11 Duplication Syndrome: Two Familial Cases," by Irene Carolina, N. Geddes, J. Sibbald, S. A. Larkins, and E. V. Davison.

  • Support Groups for Parents of Children with Heart Disease -- Boone or Bane?
    Rowland, Thomas W.; Armstrong, Stephen H. // Clinical Pediatrics; Apr1983, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p322 

    Presents a letter to the editor the success of groups involving parents of children with diseases ranging from mental retardation to cleft palate to child abuse.

  • Dominant transmission of mental handicap.
    Rowland, Thomas W.; Armstrong, Stephen H. // British Medical Journal; 12/3/1977, Vol. 2 Issue 6100, p1438 

    Focuses on the transmission of mental handicap. Predominance of chromosome errors; Importance of genetic counseling on mentally-ill persons; Basis of genetic counseling.

  • Corrigendum: Deficiency of UBR1, a ubiquitin ligase of the N-end rule pathway, causes pancreatic dysfunction, malformations and mental retardation (Johanson-Blizzard syndrome).
    Zenker, Martin; Mayerle, Julia; Lerch, Markus M; Tagariello, Andreas; Zerres, Klaus; Durie, Peter R; Beier, Matthias; Hülskamp, Georg; Guzman, Celina; Rehder, Helga; Beemer, Frits A; Hamel, Ben; Vanlieferinghen, Philippe; Gershoni-Baruch, Ruth; Vieira, Marta W; Dumic, Miroslav; Auslender, Ron; Gil-da-Silva-Lopes, Vera L; Steinlicht, Simone; Rauh, Manfred // Nature Genetics; Feb2006, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p265 

    A correction to the article "Deficiency of UBR1: A Ubiquitin Ligase of the N-End Rule Pathway, Causes Pancreatic Dysfunction, Malformations and Mental Retardation," previously published in the article is presented.

  • First in vivo evidence of microRNA-induced fragile X mental retardation syndrome.
    Lin, S-L.; S-Je Chang; Ying, S-Y. // Molecular Psychiatry; Jul2006, Vol. 11 Issue 7, p616 

    A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article on micro-RNA-induced fragile X mental retardation syndrome published in a previous issue of the periodical.

  • Deciphering mental retardation.
    Lin, S-L.; S-Je Chang; Ying, S-Y. // U.S. News & World Report; 6/10/91, Vol. 110 Issue 22, p15 

    Details some recent research into the gene that causes `fragile X syndrome,' the most common inherited form of mental retardation. Developing a fail-safe test for the syndrome, that would help prevent misdiagnosis of mental defects.

  • Establishing a high throughput sequencing service for mutation detection in several syndromic X-linked mental retardation genes.
    Lin, S-L.; S-Je Chang; Ying, S-Y. // Journal of Medical Genetics; Sep2006 Supplement, Vol. 43, pS55 

    An abstract of the article "Establishing a high throughput sequencing service for mutation detection in several syndromic X-linked mental retardation genes," by James Drummond, H. Martin, L. Raymond and J. Whittaker is presented.

  • Mental retardation and epilepsy: A study of six cases with the common polyalanine expansions in Exon 2 of the Aristaless-related homeobox gene (ARX) at Xp22.13.
    Lin, S-L.; S-Je Chang; Ying, S-Y. // Journal of Medical Genetics; Sep2006 Supplement, Vol. 43, pS81 

    An abstract of the article "Mental retardation and epilepsy: A study of six cases with the common polyalanine expansions in Exon 2 of the Aristaless-related homeobox gene (ARX) at Xp22.13," by Moira J. MacDonald, L. P. Lazarou, L. Wilson, S. J. Davies, J. Hurst, T. McShane, A. Green and D. T....

  • MLPA analysis of patients with classical lissencephaly reveals a high frequency of deletions.
    Lin, S-L.; S-Je Chang; Ying, S-Y. // Journal of Medical Genetics; Sep2006 Supplement, Vol. 43, pS81 

    An abstract of the article "MLPA analysis of patients with classical lissencephaly reveals a high frequency of deletions," by Thalia Antoniadi, L. P. Lazarou, E. Robson, H. Duarte, I. M. Frayling and D. T. Pilz is presented.

  • The Clinical Significance of DG Heterozygosity: Literature Review and Meta-Analysis.
    Creswick, H.; Barnes, M.; Lawson, L.; Proud, V. // Journal of Genetic Counseling; Dec2002, Vol. 11 Issue 6, p494 

    Discusses the abstract of the study 'The Clinical Significance of DG Heterozygosity: Literature Review and Meta-Analysis,' presented at the 21st Annual Education Conference of the National Society of Genetic Counselors held in Phoenix, Arizona in November 2002.

  • Breaking the silence in Rett syndrome.
    Willard, Huntington F; Hendrich, Brian D // Nature Genetics; Oct99, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p127 

    Comments on an article on the genetics of Rett syndrome (RTT), published in the October 1999 issue of 'Nature Genetics.' Presence of several mutations in MECP2 in a proportion of RTT patients; Identification of RTT as one of growing number of human diseases involving abnormal chromatin assembly.

  • Questionable pathogenicity of FOXG1 duplication.
    Amor, David J; Burgess, Trent; Tan, Tiong Y; Pertile, Mark D // European Journal of Human Genetics; Jun2012, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p595 

    A letter commenting on researcher N. Brunetti-Pierri and colleagues report "Duplications of FOXG1 in 14q12 Are Associated With Developmental Epilepsy, Mental Retardation, and Severe Speech Impairment," published in the "Europen Journal of Human Genetics" is presented.

  • CORRECTION.
    Amor, David J; Burgess, Trent; Tan, Tiong Y; Pertile, Mark D // Archives of Disease in Childhood; Mar2013, Vol. 98 Issue 3, p241 

    A correction to the article "De novo mutations and severe nonsyndromic intellectual disability" that was published in the previous issue of the periodical, is presented.

  • The optimal time to clamp the umbilical cord.
    Morley, G. M. // Archives of Disease in Childhood -- Fetal & Neonatal Edition; Jan2008, Vol. 93 Issue 1, pF77 

    A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article on the connection between immediate cord clamping (ICC) to childhood mental retardation (MR) that was published in the previous issue.

  • Screening for subtelomeric chromosome abnormalities in children with idiopathic mental retardation using multiprobe telomeric FISH and the new MAPH telomeric assay.
    Sismani, Carolina; Armour, John AL; Flint, Jonathan; Girgalli, Christina; Regan, Regina; Patsalis, Philippos C // European Journal of Human Genetics; Jul2001, Vol. 9 Issue 7, p527 

    Subtelomeric chromosomal abnormalities are emerging as an important cause of human genetic disorders. The scope of this investigation was to screen a selected group of children with idiopathic mental retardation for subtelomeric anomalies using the multiprobe telomeric FISH method and also to...

  • Changing lives.
    Sismani, Carolina; Armour, John AL; Flint, Jonathan; Girgalli, Christina; Regan, Regina; Patsalis, Philippos C // Learning Disability Practice; Jul2012, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p5 

    The article reports the launch of two short films launched at the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) Congress demonstrating how specialist nurses change the lives of people with learning disabilities.

  • Active support: enabling and empowering people with intellectual disabilities.
    York, Michelle // British Journal of Occupational Therapy; Feb2012, Vol. 76 Issue 2, p116 

    The article reviews the book "Active Support: Enabling and Empowering People With Intellectual Disabilities," by Jim Mansell and Julie Beadle-Brown.

  • The Changing Prevalence of Autism in California.
    Croen, Lisa A.; Grether, Judith K.; Hoogstrate, Jenny; Selvin, Steve // Journal of Autism & Developmental Disorders; Jun2002, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p207 

    We conducted a population-based study of eight successive California births cohorts to examine the degree to which improvements in detection and changes in diagnosis contribute to the observed increase in autism prevalence. Children born in 1987-1994 who had autism were identified from the...

  • INCIDENCE OF SAVANT SYNDROME IN FINLAND.
    Saloviita, Timo; Ruusila, Liisa // Perceptual & Motor Skills; Aug2000, Vol. 91 Issue 1, p120 

    Explores the incidence of Savant Syndrome in Finland. Survey of facilities in Finland which served people with mental retardation; Relative frequency of types of exceptional skills, the most common form of which was calendar calculation and feats of memory.

  • Kristi -- My Sister.
    Fessenden, Kate // 21st Century; Nov1999, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p16 

    A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of defending her sister who was born mentally retarded with autistic characteristics against two lifeguards.

  • The truth about Down syndrome.
    Fessenden, Kate // Lakelander (Whitney, TX); 3/20/2013, Vol. 26 Issue 12, p2 

    A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article on Down syndrome in the March 2013 issue.

  • INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES.
    Fessenden, Kate // Journal of Child Neurology; Jul2002, Vol. 17 Issue 7, p528 

    Presents information on several topics related to advances in the field of behavioral neurogenetics discussed in the 12th annual meeting of the Child Neurology Section of International School of Neurological Sciences held in Rome, Italy from September 27-28, 2002. Techniques for the genetic...

  • Mapping of a new locus for autosomal recessive non-syndromic mental retardation in the chromosomal region 19p13.12-p13.2: further genetic heterogeneity.
    Basel-Vanagaite, L.; Alkelai, A.; Straussberg, R.; Magal, N.; Inbar, D.; Mahajna, M.; Shohat, M. // Journal of Medical Genetics; Oct2003, Vol. 40 Issue 10, p729 

    Objective: To identify and clinically evaluate four consanguineous families of Israeli Arab origin with nonsyndromic mental retardation (NSMR), comprising a total of 10 affected and 24 unaffected individuals. Participants and methods: All the families originated from the same small village and...

  • Mutations in exon 1 of MECP2B are not a common cause of X-linked mental retardation in males.
    Poirier, Karine; Francis, Fiona; Hamel, Ben; Moraine, Claude; Fryns, Jean Pierre; Ropers, Hans H.; Chelly, Jamel; Bienvenu, Thierry // European Journal of Human Genetics; May2005, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p523 

    Presents a letter to the editor about the association of mutations in exon 1 of MECP2B gene with X-linked mental retardation in males.

  • An interaction of instructions and training design on stimulus class formation: Extending the...
    Saunders, Kathryn J.; Saunders, Richard R. // Psychological Record; Fall93, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p725 

    Describes the results of studies designed to investigate variables that might influence the greater effectiveness of the comparison-as-node (CaN) procedure on subjects with mild mental retardation. Discrimination analysis of sample-as-node and CaN procedures; Role of instructions.

  • New developments in the fragile X syndrome.
    Moore, D.W. York // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition); 7/25/92, Vol. 305 Issue 6847, p208 

    Focuses on the characteristics of fragile X syndrome. Form of familial mental retardation; Expression of the fragile X mutation; Diagnosis of the disease.

  • 423. Increased Incidence of Hepatocellular Change and Neoplastic Disease in AAV-WPRE Treated Pahenu2 Mice.
    Embury, Jennifer E.; Charron, Catherine E.; Laipis, Philip J. // Molecular Therapy; Jun2005, Vol. 11, p164 

    An abstract of the article "Increased Incidence of Hepatocellular Change and Neoplastic Disease in AAV-WPRE Treated Pahenu2 Mice," by Jennifer E. Embury, Catherine E. Charron and Philip J. Laipis is presented.

  • Behavior in early treated phenylketonuria: a systemic review.
    Smith, Isabel; Knowles, Julie // European Journal of Pediatrics. Supplement; 2000, Vol. 159, pS89 

    Presents a study which reviewed the published information on phenylketonuria in terms of behavior, psychiatric status and individual's perceptions of self, thoughts and feelings. Methods used to assess behavior in selected studies; Results of the study; Conclusions.

  • Comments on the international collaborative study of maternal phenylketonuria status report 1998.
    Lee, Philip J. // European Journal of Pediatrics. Supplement; 2000, Vol. 159, pS161 

    Comments on the international collaborative study of maternal phenylketonuria status report in 1998. Diet restriction of study participants.

  • Summary of the roundtable discussion.
    Burgard, Peter; Link, Reinhild; Schweitzer-Krantz, susanne // European Journal of Pediatrics. Supplement; 2000, Vol. 159, pA163 

    Presents a summary of reports on phenylketonuria patients during a roundtable and a general discussion. Cognition and intelligence of the patients; Behavior and academic achievements of patients; Neuropathology of mental retardation; Compliance of the patients in diet therapy.

  • American Journal of Human Genetics: Too much protein HUWE1 causes intellectual disability.
    Burgard, Peter; Link, Reinhild; Schweitzer-Krantz, susanne // Biomedical Market Newsletter; 8/28/2012, Vol. 21, p1 

    The article informs that intellectual disability is caused due to increased production of the HUWE1 protein.

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