It’s a fact that most of us have agonized over losing weight and getting fit at some point or the other in our lives. Unfortunately, […]
Recurrent urinary tract infections (UTIs) are of particular concern in our population. UTIs were documented in more than 25% of DS adults, particularly those who […]
Recurrent and chronic ear infections in noncommunicative adults often go undiagnosed and can lead to mastoiditis and hearing loss. Almost half of the DS adults […]
Frequently encountered and significant health concerns are summarised by organ system in Table II.-DISCUSSION Multiple health concerns are common in DS adults residing in Woodlands. […]
A recent life-table study in British Columbia of live-born individuals with DS reports that over half survive into their fifties, 40% to age 60, and 13% to age 68 years.
information in order to delineate thenatural history of DS in adulthood. This information will assist family physicians, community health care workers, and families in anticipating […]