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lack of diagnostic accuracy of the monoclonal stool antigen test for detection of helicobacter pylori infection in young australian aboriginal children.: the prevalence of helicobacter pylori infection among aboriginal australians children is unclear. the aims of the present study are to determine the prevalence of h. pylori infection among young aboriginal children recovering from acute diarrheal disease in hospital and to evaluate the h. pylori stool antigen test as a noninvasive diagnostic test in this setting.200919258925
carotid intima-media thickness, cardiovascular risk factors and albuminuria in a remote australian aboriginal community.rates of cardiovascular disease and renal disease in australian aboriginal communities are high, as is the prevalence of some 'traditional' cardiovascular (cv) risk factors, such as diabetes and cigarette smoking. recent work has highlighted the importance of markers of inflammation, such as c-reactive protein (crp), homocysteine and albuminuria as predictors of cardiovascular risk in urban westernized settings. it is not clear how these factors relate to outcome in the setting of these remote c ...200415530919
albuminuria: marker or target in indigenous populations.australian aborigines in remote areas are experiencing an epidemic of renal disease, type 2 diabetes, hypertension, and cardiovascular disease. adult deaths are increased 3- to 6-fold, and renal failure more than 20-fold. renal disease is marked by albuminuria. we describe its distributions and correlations in two remote communities in the northern territory.200415485412
c-reactive protein, cardiovascular risk, and renal disease in a remote australian aboriginal community.rates of cardiovascular and renal disease in australian aboriginal communities are high, but we do not know the contribution of inflammation to these diseases in this setting. in the present study, we sought to examine the distribution of c-reactive protein (crp) and other markers of inflammation and their relationships with cardiovascular risk markers and renal disease in a remote australian aboriginal community. the study included 237 adults (58% of the adult population) in a remote aboriginal ...200412956621
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