Ovid MEDLINE(R) 1950 to January Week 3 2009
IC_prevalence_hypothyroidism_MEDLINE_300109

#SearchesResults
1exp INFANT/774374
2infan$.tw.251960
3(newborn$ or neonate$).tw.136135
4(baby or babies).tw.38480
5exp CHILD/1252240
6child$.tw.712354
7ADOLESCENT/1256566
8(adolescen$ or teenager$).tw.111959
9or/1-82488195
10CONSTIPATION/7928
11constipat$.ti.3312
12((difficult$ or delay$ or irregular$ or infrequen$ or pain$) adj3 (defecat$ or stool$ or faeces or feces or bowel movement$)).tw.835
13ENCOPRESIS/547
14FECAL IMPACTION/726
15coprostasis.tw.22
16or/10-159572
17INCIDENCE/ or PREVALENCE/226139
18exp HYPOTHYROIDISM/ep [Epidemiology]1217
19(prevalen$ or inciden$ or occur$ or frequen* or epidemiology$).tw.2204118
20or/17-192264781
21exp HYPOTHYROIDISM/24421
22(underactive adj3 thyroid).tw.7
23(hypothyroid$ or cretin$).tw.21281
24exp THYROID FUNCTION TESTS/16225
25thyroid?stimulating hormone.tw.10
26TSH.tw.20028
27THYROXINE/29665
28T4 test.tw.28
29TRIIODOTHYRONINE/ or TRIIODOTHYRONINE, REVERSE/21650
30T3 test.tw.42
31IODIDE PEROXIDASE/ or THYROGLOBULIN/9128
32or/21-3187006
33and/9,16,3211

From: Appendix I, Search Strategies

Cover of Constipation in Children and Young People
Constipation in Children and Young People: Diagnosis and Management of Idiopathic Childhood Constipation in Primary and Secondary Care.
NICE Clinical Guidelines, No. 99.
National Collaborating Centre for Women's and Children's Health (UK).
London: RCOG Press; 2010.
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