1. Performance of two neutral oral contrast agents in CT enterography.

    Journal Of Medical Imaging And Radiation Oncology 59(1):34 (2015) PMID 25345816

    This study compares the performance of two neutral oral contrast agents in CT enterography (CTE). Mannitol 2.5%, an oral osmotic agent, is compared with psyllium fibre (Metamucil). Both these agents are commonly used, but to our knowledge, they have not been compared in CTE. CTE data were collec...
  2. Performance of two neutral oral contrast agents in CT enterography.

    Journal Of Medical Imaging And Radiation Oncology 59(1):34 (2015) PMID 25345816

    This study compares the performance of two neutral oral contrast agents in CT enterography (CTE). Mannitol 2.5%, an oral osmotic agent, is compared with psyllium fibre (Metamucil). Both these agents are commonly used, but to our knowledge, they have not been compared in CTE. CTE data were collec...
  3. Critical issues in international biobanking.

    Clinical Chemistry 60(11):1368 (2014) PMID 25098414

  4. Critical issues in international biobanking.

    Clinical Chemistry 60(11):1368 (2014) PMID 25098414

  5. Critical issues in international biobanking.

    Clinical Chemistry 60(11):1368 (2014) PMID 25098414

  6. Critical issues in international biobanking.

    Clinical Chemistry 60(11):1368 (2014) PMID 25098414

  7. The caregiving bind: Concealing the demands of informal care can undermine the caregiving identity

    Social Science & Medicine 116:102 (2014)

    Disagreements and misunderstandings between informal caregivers and care-receivers have been widely reported, but the causes are unclear. The present article compares the views of people with acquired brain injury and their main informal caregivers (28 dyads, n = 56). First, we report ...
  8. The caregiving bind: concealing the demands of informal care can undermine the caregiving identity.

    Social Science & Medicine 116:102 (2014) PMID 24996218

    Disagreements and misunderstandings between informal caregivers and care-receivers have been widely reported, but the causes are unclear. The present article compares the views of people with acquired brain injury and their main informal caregivers (28 dyads, n = 56). First, we report a quantita...
  9. The caregiving bind: concealing the demands of informal care can undermine the caregiving identity.

    Social Science & Medicine 116:102 (2014) PMID 24996218

    Disagreements and misunderstandings between informal caregivers and care-receivers have been widely reported, but the causes are unclear. The present article compares the views of people with acquired brain injury and their main informal caregivers (28 dyads, n = 56). First, we report a quantita...
  10. The caregiving bind: Concealing the demands of informal care can undermine the caregiving identity

    Social Science & Medicine 116:102 (2014)

    Disagreements and misunderstandings between informal caregivers and care-receivers have been widely reported, but the causes are unclear. The present article compares the views of people with acquired brain injury and their main informal caregivers (28 dyads, n = 56). First, we report ...
  11. The caregiving bind: Concealing the demands of informal care can undermine the caregiving identity

    Social Science & Medicine 116:102 (2014)

    Disagreements and misunderstandings between informal caregivers and care-receivers have been widely reported, but the causes are unclear. The present article compares the views of people with acquired brain injury and their main informal caregivers (28 dyads, n = 56). First, we report ...
  12. Computed tomographic colonography (CTC); colorectal cancer diagnosis with CTC in an Auckland population.

    Journal Of Medical Imaging And Radiation Oncology 57(5):572 (2013) PMID 24119271

    To determine the sensitivity of computed tomographic colonography (CTC) in the detection of colorectal cancer in our population and evaluate the reasons why these lesions may be missed on CTC. All patients who underwent CTC in the 65-month period from 1 January 2004 to 1 July 2009 were included ...
  13. Computed tomographic colonography (CTC); colorectal cancer diagnosis with CTC in an Auckland population.

    Journal Of Medical Imaging And Radiation Oncology 57(5):572 (2013) PMID 24119271

    To determine the sensitivity of computed tomographic colonography (CTC) in the detection of colorectal cancer in our population and evaluate the reasons why these lesions may be missed on CTC. All patients who underwent CTC in the 65-month period from 1 January 2004 to 1 July 2009 were included ...
  14. Mathematical modeling of tumor cell proliferation kinetics and label retention in a mouse model of lung cancer.

    Cancer Research 73(12):3525 (2013) PMID 23576555 PMCID PMC3703454

    Slowly cycling tumor cells that may be present in human tumors may evade cytotoxic therapies, which tend to be more efficient at destroying cells with faster growth rates. However, the proportion and growth rate of slowly cycling tumor cells is often unknown in preclinical model systems used for...
  15. Mathematical modeling of tumor cell proliferation kinetics and label retention in a mouse model of lung cancer.

    Cancer Research 73(12):3525 (2013) PMID 23576555 PMCID PMC3703454

    Slowly cycling tumor cells that may be present in human tumors may evade cytotoxic therapies, which tend to be more efficient at destroying cells with faster growth rates. However, the proportion and growth rate of slowly cycling tumor cells is often unknown in preclinical model systems used for...
  16. Protocol for systematic reviews of determinants/correlates of obesity-related dietary and physical activity behaviors in young children (preschool 0 to 6 years): evidence mapping and syntheses.

    Systematic Reviews 2:28 (2013) PMID 23663239 PMCID PMC3691606

    The aim of these reviews is to inform the design and content of interventions to reduce obesity in young children. The behaviors that are associated with obesity/overweight have been studied extensively; however, the factors associated with these behaviors in young children (0 to 6 years) have n...
  17. Protocol for systematic reviews of determinants/correlates of obesity-related dietary and physical activity behaviors in young children (preschool 0 to 6 years): evidence mapping and syntheses.

    Systematic Reviews 2:28 (2013) PMID 23663239 PMCID PMC3691606

    The aim of these reviews is to inform the design and content of interventions to reduce obesity in young children. The behaviors that are associated with obesity/overweight have been studied extensively; however, the factors associated with these behaviors in young children (0 to 6 years) have n...
  18. Protocol for systematic reviews of determinants/correlates of obesity-related dietary and physical activity behaviors in young children (preschool 0 to 6 years): evidence mapping and syntheses.

    Systematic Reviews 2:28 (2013) PMID 23663239 PMCID PMC3691606

    The aim of these reviews is to inform the design and content of interventions to reduce obesity in young children. The behaviors that are associated with obesity/overweight have been studied extensively; however, the factors associated with these behaviors in young children (0 to 6 years) have n...
  19. Protocol for systematic reviews of determinants/correlates of obesity-related dietary and physical activity behaviors in young children (preschool 0 to 6 years): evidence mapping and syntheses.

    Systematic Reviews 2:28 (2013) PMID 23663239 PMCID PMC3691606

    The aim of these reviews is to inform the design and content of interventions to reduce obesity in young children. The behaviors that are associated with obesity/overweight have been studied extensively; however, the factors associated with these behaviors in young children (0 to 6 years) have n...
  20. Protocol for systematic reviews of determinants/correlates of obesity-related dietary and physical activity behaviors in young children (preschool 0 to 6 years): evidence mapping and syntheses.

    Systematic Reviews 2:28 (2013) PMID 23663239 PMCID PMC3691606

    The aim of these reviews is to inform the design and content of interventions to reduce obesity in young children. The behaviors that are associated with obesity/overweight have been studied extensively; however, the factors associated with these behaviors in young children (0 to 6 years) have n...