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2012Abdominal pain predominant functional gastrointestinal diseases: association with child abuse, traumatic life events and quality of lifeDevanarayana, N.M.; Rajindrajith, S.; Karunanayake, A.; Nishanthini, S.; Perera, M.S.; Benninga, M.A.
2011An anatomical study of the tarsal tunnel: A cadaveric studyKarunanayake, A.; Hasan, R.; Salgado, S.; Salvin, K.A.; Fernando, P.; Ranaweera, L.; de Alwis, R.P.; Herath, S.; Senadipathy, C.; Mahawaththa, T.; Fernado, E.; Ilayperuma, I.
2012Anomalies of the Lumbrical Muscles of the HandRanaweera, L.; Hasan, R.; Salgado, S.; Karunanayake, A.; Salvin, K.A.; Fernando, P.; Fernando, E.; Wijesooriya, P.; Vithanage, S.
2014Association between functional gastrointestinal diseases and exposure to abuse in teenagersDevanarayana, N.M.; Rajindrajith, S.; Perera, M.S.; Nishanthanie, S.W.; Karunanayake, A.; Benninga, M.A.
2019Autonomic functions and gastric motility in children with functional abdominal pain disordersKarunanayake, A.; Rajindrajith, S.; de Silva, H.A.; Gunawardena, S.; Devanarayana, N.M.
2013Cardiovagal autonomic functions in children with abdominal pain predominant functional gastrointestinal disordersKarunanayake, A.; Devanarayana, N.M.; Rajindrajith, S.
2015Effects of body mass index on gastric motility in children with abdominal pain-predominant functional gastrointestinal disordersKarunanayake, A.; Devanarayana, N.M.; Rajindrajith, S.
2015Effects of body mass index on gastric motility in children with abdominal pain-predominant functional gastrointestinal disorders.Karunanayake, A.; Devanarayana, N.M.; Rajindrajith, S.
2016Gastric motility in FGIDs: pathological and therapeutic implicationsKarunanayake, A.
2017Health related quality of life (HRQOL), family impact and disturbances to child activity in children with abdominal pain predominate functional gastrointestinal disorders(AP-FGIDs); School based, cross sectional studyKarunanayake, A.; Devanarayana, N.M.; Rajindrajith, S.
2017Impact of early life events (ELE) and family dynamics for developments of abdominal pain predominate functional gastrointestinal disorders (AP-FGIDs) in 5-12 age groupKarunanayake, A.; Rajindrajith, S.; Devanarayana, N.M.
2014Impaired gastric emptying and high pain intensity causing low quality of life (QOL) in children with abdominal pain predominant functional gastrointestinal disorders (AP-FGDs)Karunanayake, A.; Devanarayana, N.M.; Rajindrajith, S.
2011Morphology of the Thyroid Gland and its common variationsHasan; Rizvi; de Alwis, R.P.; Herath, S.; Senadipathy, C.; Mahawaththa, T.; Karunanayake, A.; Salvin, K.A.; Fernando, P.; Ranaweera, L.; Fernado, E.; Ilayperuma, I.; Salgado, S.
2017The Prevalence and clinical profile of abdominal pain predominant functional gastrointestinal disorders (AP-FGIDs) in 5-12 year olds in Sri LankaKarunanayake, A.; Rajindrajith, S.; Devanarayana, N.M.
2018Randomized controlled clinical trial on value of domperidone in functional abdominal pain in childrenKarunanayake, A.; Devanarayana, N.M.; de Silva, A.; Gunawardena, S.; Rajindrajith, S.
2016Sri Lankan children with abdominal pain predominant functional gastrointestinal disorders:their autonomic functions, gastric motility and the therapeutic value of prokinetic drug- domperidoneKarunanayake, A.
2015Therapeutic effects of domperidone on abdominal pain-predominant functional gastrointestinal disorders in children: randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trialKarunanayake, A.; Devanarayana, N.M.; Rajindrajith, S.
2015Therapeutic effects of domperidone on abdominal pain-predominant functional gastrointestinal disorders: randomized, double-blind, placebo- controlled trial.Karunanayake, A.; Devanarayana, N.M.; Rajindrajith, S.; de Silva, A.
2012Variations in the Termination of the Human Thoracic DuctHasan, R.; Salgado, S.; Karunanayake, A.; Salvin, K.A.; Fernando, P.; Ranaweera, L.; Vithanage, S.; Wijesooriya, P.; Ilayperuma, I.; Fernando, E.