Anne-Katrin Kantzer

Anne-Katrin Kantzer
NU-sjukvården · Department of child and adolescent psychiatry

MD PhD

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Introduction The number of referrals for diagnostic assessments of Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) has increased in the last decade. There is a lack of studies examining the diagnostic process and the treatment provided, particularly from a gender perspective. Methods From a consecutive cohort of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric (C...
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According to recent national data on media use in 13‐16 year olds from Sweden (https://statensmedierad.se/download/18.126747f416d00e1ba946903a/1568041620554/Ungar%20och%20medier%202019%20tillganglighetsanpassad.pdf), 72% use internet more than 3 hours daily. Excessive internet use can be seen as a non‐drug form of addiction. Data from a meta‐analys...
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Two community-based cohorts of children with autism spectrum disorder, examined using similar assessment protocols, were pooled (n = 301) and subdivided according to history of regression. Those with regression (n = 62), 20.5% of the combined cohort, were contrasted with those without regression (n = 241) at first assessment (age range 19–60 months...
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Background: Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a developmental disorder with a wide variety of clinical phenotypes and co-occurrences with other neurodevelopmental conditions. Symptoms may change over time. Aims: The aim of the present study was to prospectively follow 96 children, initially assessed for suspected ASD at an average age of 2.9 yea...
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Background: Previous research has stressed the importance of early identification and intervention for children with autism spectrum disorders. Methods: Children who had screened positive for autism at the age of 2.5 years in a general population screening and then received a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder were enrolled in an intervention...
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Das DiGeorge-Syndrom bzw. CATCH22 beruht auf einer Deletion im Bereich der Chromosomenbande 22q11.2. Charakteristische Merkmale sind Herzfehler, Thymushypoplasie, Immundefekte, Hypokalzmien und verschiedene weitere Fehlbildungen. Primr neurologische Symptome sind eher selten beschrieben. Wir berichten von einem oligophrenen, 14-jhrigen Jungen mit a...
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Hintergrund: Die Tuberkulose ist eine Infektionskrankheit, die bei anhaltend niedriger Inzidenz in der deutschen Bevölkerung beinahe in Vergessenheit geraten ist. Fallbericht: Wir berichten über ein 14-jähriges deutsches Mädchen, welches bei einer 3 Jahre zuvor durchgeführten Umgebungsuntersuchung im Rahmen einer offenen Lungentuberkulose des Onkel...
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Tuberculosis is an infectious disease which is nearly forgotten in Germany because of its low incidence. We report on a 14-year-old german girl who was disregarded when active case-finding of her uncle's active pulmonary tuberculosis was carried out three years before. As a result she herself developed a severe infectious pulmonary tuberculosis. Th...
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Using serological identification of recombinantly expressed tumor antigens (SEREX), we identified several autoantibodies against glioma-expressed antigens including GLEA1, GLEA2 and PHD-finger protein3 (PHF3). Analysing sera of 62 glioblastoma patients, we found an antibody response against GLEA1 in 15 sera (24.2%), against GLEA2 in 30 sera (48.4%)...
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Zusammenfassung Epileptische Erkrankungen im Kindesalter stellen die Arzt-Patienten-Beziehung vor eine besondere Herausforderung. Dies liegt zum einen an der erforderlichen lang-fristigen Betreuung der Kinder, zum anderen an den teils ausgeprägten assoziierten Ängsten und Sorgen vor allem seitens der Eltern. Wir führten in unserer Epilepsie-Ambulan...
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Glioma constitutes the most frequent brain tumour in man with glioblastoma as the most prevalent and malignant type. The average survival time of less than 16 months underlines the need for improvements in diagnosis and therapy. Here, we report the identification of a novel antigen termed glioma-expressed antigen 2 (GLEA2) causing a frequent immune...
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Glioblastoma multiforme (GBM), a malignant astrocytic tumour, represents the most frequent tumour of the human brain. Nevertheless, its molecular pathology is not well understood. We utilized the immune system, which contributes to cancer protection, to help identify new GBM-related genes. By screening a human GBM cDNA library with autologous patie...
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Glioblastoma is the most frequent brain tumor and accounts for approximately 50--60% of all astrocytic tumors. Many chromosome alterations have been described in glioblastoma, but only for a few alterations were the genes identified and linked to genetic pathways in glioblastoma development. To contribute to the identification of novel genes involv...

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