Dr. Gregory Rice is a hospitalist practicing in Madison, WI. Dr. Rice specializes in the comprehensive medical care of hospitalized patients. As a hospitalist, Dr. Rice manages the clinical problems of hospitalized patients and the acutely ill, while working to improve the performance of the hospital. Dr. Rice works in collaboration with all of the different doctors that are working with the patient. Hospitalists are involved in the diagnosis, treatment and medical procedures of patients.
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- Mild clinical presentation in a child with prenatally diagnosed 45,X/47,XX,+18 mosaicism.
- Prevalence and mutation analysis of short/branched chain acyl-CoA dehydrogenase
- Single-dose, subcutaneous recombinant phenylalanine ammonia lyase conjugated with polyethylene glycol in adult patients with phenylketonuria: an open-label, multicentre, phase 1 dose-escalation trial.
- Clinical relevance of the discrepancy in phenylalanine concentrations analyzed using tandem mass spectrometry compared with ion-exchange chromatography in phenylketonuria.
- Successful pregnancy and delivery in a woman with propionic acidemia from the Amish community.
- Identification and functional analysis of an ADAMTSL1 variant associated with a complex phenotype including congenital glaucoma, craniofacial, and other systemic features in a three-generation human pedigree.
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