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Non-invasive detection of microvascular changes in a paediatric and adolescent population with type 1 diabetes: a pilot cross-sectional study

Sarah P M Hosking*, Rani Bhatia, Patricia A Crock, Ian Wright, Marline L Squance and Glenn Reeves

BMC Endocrine Disorders 2013, 13:41  doi:10.1186/1472-6823-13-41

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Addition to acknowledgements 

Sarah Hosking   (2014-03-05 14:02)  Monash Health



In addition to the above comment, the  'Nailfold capillaroscopy image assessment tool' was published in Michael Tong's 2008 thesis titled "Evaluation of Video Capillaroscopy as a Method of Assessing the Microcirculation of the Nail Fold in Raynaud's Phenomenon and Related Small Vessel Diseases". This was completed as part of a Bachelor of Medical Science at the University of Newcastle.

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Addition to acknowledgements

Sarah Hosking   (2013-12-31 14:19)  Monash University

The authors would like to thank Dr Michael Tong for the 'Nailfold capillaroscopy image assessment tool' (figure II), developed as part of a previous Autoimmune Resource and Research project and adapted in reference to EULAR capillaroscopy scoring guidelines (17).

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