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Submissions from 2018

Early Childhood Behavioral Health: Can the Medical Neighborhood Move Us Forward?, John C. Duby

Submissions from 2017

Screen Exposure During Daily Routines and a Young Child’s Risk for Having Social-Emotional Delay, Sanjani Raman, Sara F. Guerrero-Duby, Jennifer L. McCullough, Miraides Brown, Sarah Ostrowski-Delahanty, Diane Langkamp, and John C. Duby

Submissions from 2016

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Abnormal Developmental Screening, John C. Duby

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Promoting Early Childhood Development in the Pediatric Medical Home, John C. Duby

Submissions from 2015

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Open Letter on Shaken Baby Syndrome and Courts: A False and Flawed Premise, Bill Bache, Patrick Barnes, Beverly Beech, Flo Bellone, Thomas L. Bohan, Harry J. Bonnell, Marta Cohen, D. L. Contostavlos, Peter Dale, Lina Davidson, Steven Gabaeff, Horace Gardner, Margaret Gardner, Jean Golding, A. N. Guthkelch, Charles M. Harvey, Helen Hayward-Brown, John Hemming, John C. Hunsaker III, Charles Hyman, Jan Leestma, James LeFanu, John Lloyd, Marvin E. Miller, Catherine Mills, George R. Nichols II, Michael Nott, John Plunkett, Charles Pragnell, Jean Robinson, Robert K. Rothfeder, Irene Scheimberg, Ron Uscinski, Michael Weinraub, Ed Willey, R. K. Wright, and Lynne Wrennall

Perception of Primary Care Pediatricians of Effectiveness, Acceptability, and Availability of Mental Health Services, Nicole R. Dempster, Beth G. Wildman, and John C. Duby

Another Reason to Avoid Second-Hand Smoke, John C. Duby and Diane Langkamp

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The Significance of Macrocephaly or Enlarging Head Circumference in Infants with the Triad: Further Evidence of Mimics of Shaken Baby Syndrome, David Miller, Patrick Barnes, and Marvin E. Miller

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Promoting Optimal Development: Screening for Behavioral and Emotional Problems, Carol Weitzman, Lynn Mowbray Wegner, John C. Duby, Section on Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics Executive Committee, Committee on Psychosocial Aspects of Child and Family Health, Council on Early Childhood, and Society for Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics Board of Directors

Submissions from 2014

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A Critical Review of the Classic Metaphyseal Lesion: Traumatic or Metabolic?, David M. Ayoub, Charles Hyman, Marta Cohen, and Marvin E. Miller

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Reply: SPR Child Abuse Committee Response Regarding Classic Metaphyseal Lesion, David M. Ayoub, Marvin E. Miller, and Charles Hyman

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Identification and Initial Management of Substance Use (SBIRT for Drug and Alcohol Use), John C. Duby

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Positive Parenting in a 15-Minute Visit, John C. Duby

Reflecting on the Vision of 3 Leaders: Passing the Torch to You and Me, John C. Duby

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Where The Action Is! Screening Emotions, Development and Behavior. Building Mental Wellness, John C. Duby

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Preparing your Office to Support the Emotional, Developmental and Behavioral Needs of your Patients and their Families, John C. Duby and Katherine Krueck

Commentary on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders, Marvin E. Miller

Overrepresentation of Multiple Birth Pregnancies in Young Infants with Four Metabolic Bone Disorders: Further Evidence that Fetal Bone Loading is a Critical Determinant of Fetal and Young Infant Bone Strength, Marvin E. Miller, T. Ward, Adrienne Stolfi, and D. Ayoub

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Fish Odor Syndrome: A Case Report of Trimethylaminuria, Catherine A. Ulman, Julian J. Trevino, Marvin E. Miller, and Rishi K. Gandhi

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Dynamic Duo: TSC1 and TSC2 Mutations in a Single Patient with Tuberous Sclerosis, Heather M. Workman, Sat Dev Batish, Gogi Kumar, and Marvin E. Miller

Submissions from 2013

Rethinking Well-Child Care: Teaching Parents to Teach Their Children?, John C. Duby

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Are Alterations in the CHL1 Gene Associated with a Neurodevelopmental Phenotype?, S. Hashimoto, L. Erdman, A. McKinney, S. Ramsey, C. Weber, J. Weslow-Schmidt, D. Lamb Thrush, J. Atkin, R. Baum, C. Crowe, S. E. Hickey, K. L. McBride, Marvin E. Miller, R. B. Pfau, C. Astbury, J. M. Gastier-Foster, S. Reshmi, and R. E. Pyatt

Partial Deletion of ANKRD11 Results in the KBG Phenotype Distinct from the 16q24.3 Microdeletion Syndrome, Mohamed Khalifa, Jennifer Stein, Lance Grau, Valery Nelson, Jeanne Meck, Swaroop Aradhya, and John C. Duby

Submissions from 2012

Pediatrician Identification of Child Behavior Problems: The Roles of Parenting Factors and Cross-Practice Differences, Robert M. Dempster, Beth G. Wildman, Diane Langkamp, and John C. Duby

Response to Errors of Fact and Reasoning in Consideration of Shaken Baby Syndrome, Rubin Miller and Marvin E. Miller

Submissions from 2011

Social-Emotional Development, John C. Duby

Response to Vinchon, Charles Hyman, David M. Ayoub, and Marvin E. Miller

Submissions from 2010

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Flawed Logic, Steven Gabaeff, Thomas L. Bohan, Marvin E. Miller, Horace Gardner, Robert K. Rothfeder, Joseph Scheller, and David M. Posey

Response to Taylor et al: Comments on Making the Diagnosis of Rickets in Asymptomatic Young Children, Charles Hyman, David M. Ayoub, and Marvin E. Miller

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Evidence of Metabolic Bone Disease in Young Infants with Multiple Fractures Misdiagnosed as Child Abuse, Charles Hyman, Marvin E. Miller, and David M. Ayoub

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Peering Into the Future: Pediatrics in a Changing World, Laurel K. Leslie, Kenneth M. Slaw, Anne Edwards, Amy J. Starmer, John C. Duby, and Vision of Pediatrics 2020 Task Force

Overrepresentation of Males in Traumatic Brain Injury of Infancy and in Infants With Macrocephaly: Further Evidence that Questions the Existence of Shaken Baby Syndrome, Rubin Miller and Marvin E. Miller

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Guidance for Shaken Baby Syndrome Testimony, John Plunkett, Patrick Barnes, Thomas L. Bohan, Harry J. Bonnell, Thomas Carlstrom, James T. Eastman, Steven Gabaeff, John Galaznik, Horace Gardner, Julie Mack, Marvin E. Miller, Janice Ophoven, Peter J. Stephens, Shaku Teas, Kirk Thibault, Larry E. Thibault, and Ron Uscinski

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Pediatrics in the Year 2020 and Beyond: Preparing for Plausible Futures, Amy J. Starmer, John C. Duby, Kenneth M. Slaw, Anne Edwards, Laurel K. Leslie, and Vision of Pediatrics 2020 Task Force

Submissions from 2009

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Joint Statement—Learning Disabilities, Dyslexia, and Vision, American Academy of Pediatrics Section on Ophthalmology and Council on Children with Disabilities and John C. Duby

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Supplemental Security Income (SSI) for Children and Youth With Disabilities, Council on Children With Disabilities and John C. Duby

Universal Screening for Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Snapshot Within the Big Picture, John C. Duby

The Death of Temporary Brittle Bone Disease is Premature, Marvin E. Miller

Submissions from 2008

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Prescribing Assistive-Technology Systems: Focus on Children With Impaired Communication, Larry W. Desch, Deborah Gaebler-Spira, Council on Children with Disabilities, and John C. Duby

Another Perspective on the Cause of Metaphyseal Fractures, Marvin E. Miller

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Kluver-Bucy Syndrome in a Child with Neurofibromatosis - Type 1 (NF-1), Marvin E. Miller and Laurence I. Kleiner

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Promoting the Participation of Children With Disabilities in Sports, Recreation, and Physical Activities, Nancy A. Murphy, Paul S. Carbone, Council on Children with Disabilities, and John C. Duby

Submissions from 2007

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Provision of Educationally Related Services for Children and Adolescents With Chronic Diseases and Disabling Conditions, Council on Children With Disabilities and John C. Duby

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Role of Medical Home in Family-Centered Early Intervention Services, Council on Children With Disabilities and John C. Duby

Assessment of Bone Strength through Finite Element Analysis based on Radiographs of the Forearm, Thomas N. Hangartner, Bino A. Varghese, and Marvin E. Miller

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Maltreatment of Children with Disabilities, Roberta A. Hibbard, Larry W. Desch, Committee on Child Abuse and Neglect, Council on Children With Disabilities, and John C. Duby

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Identification and Evaluation of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Chris P. Johnson, Scott M. Myers, Council on Children with Disabilities, and John C. Duby

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Management of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Scott M. Myers, Chris P. Johnson, Council on Children With Disabilities, and John C. Duby

Submissions from 2006

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Identifying Infants and Young Children With Developmental Disorders in the Medical Home: An Algorithm for Developmental Surveillance and Screening, American Academy of Pediatrics Council on Children with Disabilities and John C. Duby

Once-Daily OROS® Methylphenidate Is Safe and Well Tolerated in Adolescents With Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, James J. McGough, Keith McBurnett, Oscar Bukstein, Timothy E. Wilens, Laurence Greenhill, Marc Lerner, Mark Stein, and John C. Duby

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Sexuality of Children and Adolescents With Developmental Disabilities, Nancy A. Murphy, Ellen R. Elias, Council on Children With Disabilities, and John C. Duby

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Multisite Controlled Study of OROS Methylphenidate in the Treatment of Adolescents With Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Timothy E. Wilens, Keith McBurnett, Oscar Bukstein, James McGough, Laurence Greenhill, Marc Lerner, Mark A. Stein, Keith Conners, John C. Duby, Jeffrey Newcorn, Charles E. Bailey, Christopher J. Kratochvil, Daniel Coury, Charles Casat, Mary Joan C. Denisco, Patricia Halstead, Leslie Bloom, Brenda Zimmerman, Joan Gu, Kimberly Cooper, and Joseph Lynch

Submissions from 2005

Nutritional Therapy Improves Growth and Protein Status of Children with a Urea Cycle Enzyme Defect, Phyllis B. Acosta, Steven Yannicelli, Alan S. Ryan, Georgianne Arnold, Barbara J. Marriage, Magda Plewinska, Laurie Bernstein, Joyce Fox, Vyonne Lewis, Marvin E. Miller, and Antonio Velazquez

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Care Coordination in the Medical Home: Integrating Health and Related Systems of Care for Children With Special Health Care Needs, American Academy of Pediatrics Council on Children with Disabilities, John C. Duby, and A. Henderson-Tilton

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Helping Families Raise Children With Special Health Care Needs at Home, Chris P. Johnson, Theodore A. Kastner, Committee/Section on Children With Disabilities, and John C. Duby

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Association of Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (EDS) with Temporary Brittle Bone Disease (TBBD) from Fetal Immobilization, Marvin E. Miller

Hypothesis: Fetal Movement Influences Fetal and Infant Bone Strength, Marvin E. Miller

Submissions from 2004

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Providing a Primary Care Medical Home for Children and Youth With Cerebral Palsy, W. Carl Cooley, Council on Children With Disabilities, and John C. Duby

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Managed Care and Children With Special Health Care Needs, Theodore A. Kastner, Managed Care and Children With Special Health Care Needs, and John C. Duby

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Prescribing Therapy Services for Children with Motor Disabilities, Linda J. Michaud and Committee on Children With Disabilities

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Temporary Brittle Bone Disease (TBBD): Analysis of an Additional 39 Cases Associated with Fetal Immobilization, Marvin E. Miller

A Sojourn in the Abyss: Hypothesis, Theory, and Established Truth in Infant Head Injury, Marvin E. Miller, Jan Leestma, Patrick Barnes, Thomas Carlstrom, Horace Gardner, John Plunkett, John Stephenson, Kirk Thibault, Ron Uscinski, Julie Niedermier, and John Galaznik

Submissions from 2003

Incidence of Inflicted Traumatic Brain Injury in Infants, Marvin E. Miller

Infants at Higher Risk to Fracture than the General Population of Young Infants, Marvin E. Miller

The Bone Disease of Preterm Birth: A Biomechanical Perspective, Marvin E. Miller

The Lesson of Temporary Brittle Bone Disease: All Bones are not Created Equal, Marvin E. Miller

Improved Growth and Nutrition Status in Children with Methylmalonic or Propionic Acidemia Fed an Elemental Medical Food, Steven Yannicelli, Phyllis B. Acosta, Antonio Velazquez, Hans-Georg Bock, Barbara J. Marriage, Thaddeus W. Kurczynski, Marvin E. Miller, Mark Korson, Robert D. Steiner, Lane Rutledge, Laurie Bernstein, Jeffrey Chinsky, Patricia Galvin-Parton, and Georgianne L. Arnold

Submissions from 2002

Fractures during Physical Therapy, Marvin E. Miller

Temporary Brittle Bone Disease from Intrauterine Exposure to Drugs that Cause Fetal Immobilization, Marvin E. Miller

Temporary Brittle Bone Disease from Intrauterine Exposure to Drugs that Cause Fetal Immobilization, Marvin E. Miller

Cortical and Trabecular Bone Density Values in Normal Children Measured by pQCT, Marvin E. Miller and Thomas N. Hangartner

Submissions from 2001

Approaches to Genetic Diseases, Marvin E. Miller

Facial Dysmorphism, Marvin E. Miller

Shaken Impact Syndrome, Marvin E. Miller

Computed Tomography (CT) Bone Density Measurements in Normal Prepubertal and Postpubertal Females, Marvin E. Miller and Thomas N. Hangartner

Skin Lesions of the Neonate, Marvin E. Miller and Julian J. Trevino

Submissions from 2000

Another Perspective as to the Cause of Bone Fractures in Potential Child Abuse, Marvin E. Miller

Bone Loading, Marvin E. Miller

Successful Treatment of Severe Osteogenesis Imperfecta with Oral Alendronate, Marvin E. Miller and Thomas N. Hangartner

Submissions from 1999

Temporary Brittle Bone Disease: A True Entity?, Marvin E. Miller

Submissions from 1998

CT Bone Density in a Case of Osteogenesis Imperfecta-type 1 (OI) Presenting with Suspected Child Abuse, Marvin E. Miller and Thomas N. Hangartner

Submissions from 1997

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CT Bone Density Measurements in Infants with Temporary Brittle Bone Disease (TBBD) Associated with Decreased Fetal Movement (DFM)/Intrauterine Confinement (IUC) and Controls, Marvin E. Miller and Thomas N. Hangartner

Submissions from 1996

X-Linked Mental Retardation with Thin Habitus, Osteoporosis, and Kyphoscoliosis: Linkage to Xp21.3-p22.12, J. Fernando Arena, Charles Schwartz, Lisbeth Ouzts, Roger Stevenson, Marvin E. Miller, Judith Garza, Martha Nance, and Herbert Lubs

Bone Density in Children with Osteogenesis Imperfecta and Multiple Unexplained Fractures, Thomas N. Hangartner and Marvin E. Miller

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Increased Cortical Bone Density in Adults with Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI) - Type 1 Compared to their Affected Children, Marvin E. Miller and Thomas N. Hangartner

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The Association between Temporary Brittle Bone Disease and Decreased Fetal Movement, Marvin E. Miller and Thomas N. Hangartner

Transient Neonatal Arthrogryposis: Another Case, Meinhard Robinow and Marvin E. Miller

Submissions from 1995

Identification and Referral by Nurses of Children at Risk, Donna M. Curry and John C. Duby

Clinical and Cytogenetic Findings in Seven Cases of Inverted Duplication of 8p with Evidence of a Telomeric Deletion using Fluorescence in Situ Hybridization, Wen-Jun Guo, Faith Callif-Daley, Maria Carmen Zapata, and Marvin E. Miller

The Genetic Implications of Autopsy Findings in the Fetus and Newborn with Structural Defects, Marvin E. Miller

Computed Tomography (CT) Bone Density in Children with Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI), Infants with Multiple Unexplained Fractures (MUF), and Controls, Marvin E. Miller and Thomas N. Hangartner

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Computed Tomography (CT) Bone Density Measurements in a Family with Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI) - Type I, Marvin E. Miller and Thomas N. Hangartner

Submissions from 1994

Developmental Surveillance By Pediatric Nurses, Donna M. Curry and John C. Duby

Successful Breast-Feeding in PKU with Phenex Formula Supplementation, Marvin E. Miller, M. E. Huelsman, and D. Hollenkamp

Bromide Pharmacokinetics in Cystic Fibrosis, Marvin E. Miller and David M. Kornhauser

Submissions from 1993

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Prader-Willi Phenotype In Half-Siblings with an Unbalanced Translocation - Monosomic for 2p24 -->2pter and Trisomic for 18q21 --> 18qter, Marvin E. Miller

Elevated Phenylalanine Concentrations In Benign Hyperphenylalaninemia from Evaporated Milk Feedings, Marvin E. Miller, Pamela Plumeau, and Eileen Blakely

Submissions from 1992

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Gene Localization and Clinical Redefinition of the Snyder-Robinson Syndrome, J. Fernando Arena, C. Schwartz, C. McClurkin, Marvin E. Miller, R. Stevenson, Judith Garza, Martha Nance, and Herbert Lubs

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Cystic Hygroma as a Probable Feature in Male Fetuses with Incontinentia Pigmenti, Judith Garza and Marvin E. Miller

The Effect of Improperly Diluted Infant Formulas on the Treatment of an Infant Diagnosed with Hyperphenylalaninemia, Marvin E. Miller, Eileen Blakely, and Pamela Plumeau