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Childhood discipline: A comparative analysis on the perceptions and parenting styles of working mothers.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRD13012913330639
Author(s) :
E L. Tumbocon, A V. Pineda Jr, E I. Maglonzo
Source Document :
University of Santo Tomas Research Report 1994-1996. January 1996 : p. 58 (Biennial Report)
Abstract :
"Parents can be successful guides for their children's development if they understand the goals of child behavior". This study was done among working and non-working mothers of Tugatog, Malabon, Metro Manila to determine their perceptions on childhood discipline and their parenting styles. Of the 25 . . .
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Is visualization of the terminal ileum necessary in colonoscopy?.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRD13012914441676
Author(s) :
RV B. Lacson, F Dantes, E Ong, J Tan, C P. Lim, V Y. Lim, H Ong
Source Document :
University of Santo Tomas Research Report 1994-1996. January 1996 : p. 69-70 (Biennial Report)
Abstract :
ILEOSCOPY and biopsy of the terminal ileum at the time of colonoscopy may be extremely useful in diagnosing diseases of the gastrointestinal tract. This study prospectively evaluates the terminal ileum of patients undergoing colonoscopy at the Metropolitan Hospital from January to November, 1994. A . . .
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Gastrointestinal bleeding of obscure origin.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRD13012914392851
Author(s) :
F T. Leelin, A E. Ismael, J D.  Sollano Jr
Source Document :
University of Santo Tomas Research Report 1994-1996. January 1996 : p. 68-69 (Biennial Report)
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Obscure GI bleeding is defined as recurrent bouts of acute or chronic bleeding for which no definite source has been discovered by routine endoscopic and x-ray contrast studies. We describe the clinical course and management of 19 patients seen for obscure GI bleeding from November, 1990 to December . . .
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Endoscopy and the rapid urease test of patients with dyspepsia.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRD13012914354344
Author(s) :
J C. Ferbnandez, AA E. Cerreon, R L. Bagsic, J D. Sollano Jr, C C. Chante, S Z. Alvarez
Source Document :
University of Santo Tomas Research Report 1994-1996. January 1996 : p. 68 (Biennial Report)
Abstract :
To determine the prevalence of Helicobacter pylori as well as the attendant endoscopic changes in a group of patients with dyspepsia. 244 adults were prospectively evaluated for Helicobacter pylori infection using the rapid urease (CLO) test. Of these adults, 50% were males and 44% were females. Ag . . .
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Direction detection of DNA of mycobacterium tuberculosis in the liver tissue using polymerase chain reaction (PCR).

HERDIN record number :
PCHRD13013013233869
Author(s) :
D D. Payawal, M Matsumura, Y Shiratori, J D. Sollano Jr, T Okudira, R R. Gonzales, R A. Lopez, M Omata
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University of Santo Tomas Research Report 1994-1996. January 1996 : p. 65-66 (Biennial Report)
Abstract :
Fifteen formalin fixed paraffin embedded liver tissue collected between 1990-1995 were studied. Six (40%) had concomitant ascites of which microscopic analysis revealed predominance of lymphocytes. Miliary and pulmonary tuberculosis were presented in 1(6%) and 6 cases( 40%), respectively. Genomic DN . . .
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Cyanoacrylate injection for bleeding gastric varices.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRD13012914080029
Author(s) :
J D. Sollano Jr, B V. Agbay, R R.  Gonzales
Source Document :
University of Santo Tomas Research Report 1994-1996. January 1996 : p. 63-64 (Biennial Report)
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Gastric varices in portal hypertension can cause life threatening hemorrhage which is difficult to control by conventional injection sclerotherapy. An 81 year old cirrhotic male with grade III-IV esophageal varices and concomitant type II gastric varices with hematocystic spot has been seen for the . . .
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Health, education and other welfare services for minority villagers: a distance education project in Bamban, tarlac.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRD13012913135985
Author(s) :
E B. Tan, E Songco
Source Document :
University of Santo Tomas Research Report 1994-1996. January 1996 : p. 35 (Biennial Report)
Abstract :
This project is intended for Aeta aborigines in Tarlac who were displaced by Mount Pinatubo eruption and lahar deposits. A feasibility study has provided baseline data for justification of this project. Apart from identifying the needs established by the villagers, the feasibility study has included . . .
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Endoscopic variceal rubber band ligation using novel transparent multi-band (six-shooter) deployed.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRD13012914300875
Author(s) :
J D. Sollano Jr, H T. Mappala, R R. Gonzales
Source Document :
University of Santo Tomas Research Report 1994-1996. January 1996 : p. 67 (Biennial Report)
Abstract :
Endoscopic Variceal Ligation (EVL) using a novel transparent multi-band (six-shooter) deployer, was performed in 12 cirrhotics who had upper gastrointestinal hemorrhage from ruptured esophageal varices. Banding sessions were done once weekly until all varices were eradicated. Attempts to ligate all . . .
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Endoscopic hemostasis versus antisecretory regimen in non-massive bleeding ulcers.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRD13012914244682
Author(s) :
H T. Mappla, J D. Sollano Jr
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University of Santo Tomas Research Report 1994-1996. January 1996 : p. 66 (Biennial Report)
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Endoscopic hemostasis controls major forms of gastroduodenal ulcer bleeding. However, with volume replacement and standard anti-ulcer therapy, up to 80% of bleeding actually cease spontaneously. Subsequently, the question arises: Is endoscopic hemostasis for non-spurting as well as non-bleeding visi . . .
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Dilatation vs. Esophagomyotomy for primary achalasia: Clinical outcome and costs analysis.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRD13012914171362
Author(s) :
H T. Mappala, F R. Rojo, J D. Sollano Jr, K K. Lim, J Y. Perez Jr
Source Document :
University of Santo Tomas Research Report 1994-1996. January 1996 : p. 65 (Biennial Report)
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Twenty-five patients with primary achalasia were included in a study to determine and to compare the outcomes of initial treatment by dilatation or esophagomyotomy and compare long-term cost-benefits between both modes of therapy. Fourteen patients were initially treated with pneumatic dilatation (g . . .
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