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20092020

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2009

Intravenous pamidronate treatment on children with moderate to severe osteogenesis imperfecta started less than 36 months of age

Alcausin, M. B., Ault, J., Pacey, V., Briody, J., McQuade, M., Sillence, D. O. & Munns, C. F. J., Jul 2009, In : Bone. 45, S2, p. S90-S91 2 p., PT-32.

Research output: Contribution to journalMeeting abstract

The effects of early intravenous pamidronate treatment on infants with moderate to severe Osteogenesis Imperfecta

Alcausin, M. B., Ault, J., Pacey, V., Briody, J., McQuade, M., Sillence, D. O. & Munns, C. F. J., May 2009, In : Bone. 44, S68, p. S68-S68 1 p., 231.

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2012

Exercise programmes for children with joint hypermobility syndrome and knee pain: a randomised controlled trial

Pacey, V., Tofts, L., Adams, R., Nicholson, L. & Munns, C., May 2012, In : Internal Medicine Journal. 42, S1, p. 36-36 1 p., RHPA-P1.

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Generalised joint hypermobility and risk of lower limb joint injury during sport: a systematic review with meta-analysis

Pacey, V., Nicholson, L., Adams, R., Munn, J. & Munns, C., May 2012, In : Internal Medicine Journal. 42, S1, p. 8-8 1 p., RHPA6.

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2013

The fatigue of children with joint hypermobility syndrome: a child and parents perspective

Pacey, V., Tofts, L., Adams, R., Munns, C. & Nicholson, L., May 2013, In : Internal Medicine Journal. 43, S2, p. 8-8 1 p., RHPA5.

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2015

Factors affecting change in children with joint hypermobility syndrome: results of a prospective longitudinal study

Pacey, V., Tofts, L., Adams, R. & Nicholson, L., May 2015, In : Internal Medicine Journal. 45, S2, p. 9 1 p., RHPA7.

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