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2004Characterization Of Gabaergic Neurons Within The Human Medial Mamillary Nucleus.Dixon, Gavin; Garrick, Therese; Harper, Clive; Sarris, Maria; Sithamparanathan, Sinthusjah; Whiteman, Ineka; Central Clinical School: Medicine; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; Medicine; School of Public Health: NH&MRC Clinical Trials Centre; School of Medical Sciences: School of Medical SciencesCharacterization Of Gabaergic Neurons Within The Human Medial Mamillary Nucleus., Neuroscience 2005, vol.127,(2),2004,pp 365-372
2006Follow-up on Metabolic Markers in Children Treated for Obstructive Sleep Aopnea.Bibby, Sherryn; Sithamparanathan, Sinthusjah; Waters, Karen; de la Eva, Roland; de Torres, Carina; O'Brien, Louise M.; Vella, S; Medicine; School of Public Health: NH&MRC Clinical Trials Centre; Central Clinical School: OfficeFollow-up on Metabolic Markers in Children Treated for Obstructive Sleep Aopnea., AMERICAN JOURNAL OF RESPIRATORY AND CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE 2005, vol.174,(4),2006,pp 455-460
2010Growth restriction in pregnancies of opioid-dependent mothersCook, Colleen-Maree; Liu, Anthony; Nanan, Ralph; Sithamparanathan, Sinthusjah; Jones, M; Nepean Clinical School: Obstetrics & Gynaecology; Nepean Clinical School: Paediatrics & Child Health; Nepean Clinical School: Paediatrics & Child Health; School of Public Health: NH&MRC Clinical Trials CentreGrowth restriction in pregnancies of opioid-dependent mothers, Archives of Disease in Childhood. Fetal and Neonatal Edition, vol.95, 4,pp F258-F262
2006Obesity increases the risk for persisting obstructive sleep apnea after treatment in children.Baur, Louise; Sithamparanathan, Sinthusjah; Waters, Karen; O'Brien, Louise M.; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; School of Public Health: NH&MRC Clinical Trials Centre; Central Clinical School: OfficeObesity increases the risk for persisting obstructive sleep apnea after treatment in children., International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, vol.70,(9),2006,pp 1555-1560