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The effect of the CONSORT statement on the amount of "unclear" Risk of Bias reporting in Cochrane Systematic Reviews.The Consolidated Standards of Reporting Trials (CONSORT) statement aims to improve clarity and consistency of transparency of reporting in Randomized Controlled Trials (RCTs). The Cochrane Risk of Bias (RoB) tool for RCTs helps authors to judge the RoB. as ''low", "high" or "unclear".
Maaike M Rademaker, Geerte G J Ramakers, Adriana L Smit, Lotty Hooft, Inge Stegeman
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Navigation-guided neuroendoscopic removal of an intracranial migratory pellet from the thalamus of a 4-year-old girl.Extraction of a bullet fragment seated in deep brain parenchyma utilizing a neuroendoscope has not been previously reported in the literature. The authors report the case of a 4-year-old patient who presented after a pellet gun injury with a projectile located 6 cm intracranially and lodged within the posterior thalamus and near the posterior limb of the internal capsule. Initial operative repair included repair of a CSF leak with duraplasty, minimal brain debridement, and elevation of a depressed skull fracture. Subsequent CT at 2 months postoperatively revealed migration of the deep intracranial pellet. This finding correlated with intermittent worsening neurological symptoms and signs. A rigid 3-mm neuroendoscope with CT stereotactic navigation was then used to remove the pellet fragment from the thalamus. The patient returned home with alleviation of clinical symptoms and an uneventful postoperative recovery. This case demonstrates that navigation-guided neuroendoscopy can be successfully used to remove projectile fragments from deep brain structures, especially when the migration is along the initial path of the bullet. This technique represents another low-risk curative option in the management of retained bullet fragments in gunshot wound injuries to the head.
Pate J Duddleston, Julian L Gendreau, Kristen A Little, Amber Andrews, Willard D Thompson
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#32650280 2020/06/29 To Up
Structural brain differences in pre-adolescents who persist in and recover from stuttering.Stuttering is a complex speech fluency disorder occurring in childhood. In young children, stuttering has been associated with speech-related auditory and motor areas of the brain. During transition into adolescence, the majority of children who stutter (75-80%) will experience remission of their symptoms. The current study evaluated brain (micro-)structural differences between pre-adolescents who persisted in stuttering, those who recovered, and fluently speaking controls.
S P C Koenraads, M P van der Schroeff, G van Ingen, S Lamballais, H Tiemeier, R J Baatenburg de Jong, T White, M C Franken, R L Muetzel
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#32650260 2020/06/22 To Up
Three-dimensional printed, proximal phalangeal prosthesis with metatarsophalangeal joint arthroplasty for the treatment of a giant cell tumor of the fifth toe: The first case report.The majority of patients with bone sarcoma or an aggressive benign tumor of the toe can be successfully treated by amputation. However, limb-salvage surgery for toe tumors remains challenging.
Chandhanarat Chandhanayingyong, Korakod Srikong, Chedtha Puncreobutr, Boonrat Lohwongwatana, Rapin Phimolsarnti, Bavornrit Chuckpaiwong
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#32650256 2020/07/07 To Up
Past, present and future of proton therapy for head and neck cancer.Proton therapy has recently gained substantial momentum worldwide due to improved accessibility to the technology and sustained interests in its advantage of better tissue sparing compared to traditional photon radiation. Proton therapy in head and neck cancer has a unique advantage given the complex anatomy and proximity of targets to vital organs. As head and neck cancer patients are living longer due to epidemiological shifts and advances in treatment options, long-term toxicity from radiation treatment has become a major concern that may be better mitigated by proton therapy. With increased utilization of proton therapy, new proton centers breaking ground, and as excitement about the technology continue to increase, we aim to comprehensively review the evidence of proton therapy in major subsites within the head and neck, hoping to facilitate a greater understanding of the full risks and benefits of proton therapy for head and neck cancer.
Xingzhe Li, Anna Lee, Marc A Cohen, Eric J Sherman, Nancy Y LeeEachEach
#32650164 2020/07/01 To Up
Evaluating toxicity impacts of environmental exposed chromium on small Indian mongoose (Urva auropunctatus) hematological, biochemical and histopathological functioning.Sub-lethal toxic impacts of chromium on hematological, biochemical and histological parameters were analyzed in the female small Indian mongoose (Urva auropuctatus) residing contaminated environment of tannery industry. Chromium bioaccumulation in the blood, liver and kidney tissue of the exposed mongooses was found elevated compared to the control mongooses' tissues. Total body weight (75.7%), liver weight (83.6%) as well as HSI (68.1%), RSI (86.2%) and the platelets counts (59.7%) were found significantly elevated, with significantly reduced RBCs (59.6%), and WBCs (64%). LFT and RFT were also found abnormal, moreover, the histopathological injuries had been distinct inside the kidney (>75%) and hepatic (>75%) tissues of exposed animals. Shrinkage and vacuolization (>75%) inside the hepatocyte expanded sinusoidal spaces and nuclear pyknosis (>75%) was evident within the hepatic tissue. Hypertrophy of epithelial cells of renal tubules and inter-renal cells of the head kidney with a reduction in tubular lumens (>75%) and vacuolization of tubules were witnessed within the kidney section. Atrophy inside the kidney inter-renal cells, glomeruli compression within the Bowman's capsules (>75%) following the necrosis in hematopoietic tissues were found in exposed animals. The present findings indicate that chronic exposure to chromium induces severe anemia, decreased serum protein concentration, hepatic and renal tissue histopathology, impairing the vital capabilities of liver, metabolic regulation, excretion, and stress homeostasis maintenance of which within the long-run may posture a severe risk to animal well-being then distress their inhabitants.
Shaista Andleeb, Zulfiqar Ahmad, Tariq Mahmood, Shenxu Bao, Abdullah Arif Saeed, Sunil Kumar Jha
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Self-reported loss of smell without nasal obstruction to identify COVID-19. The multicenter CORANOSMIA cohort study.To determine the frequency of SARS-CoV-2 positive samples in a subset of patients consulting for primarily isolated acute (<7 days) loss of smell and to assess the diagnostic accuracy of olfactory/gustatory dysfunction for COVID-19 diagnosis in the overall population tested for COVID-19 in the same period.
Dominique Salmon, Sophie Bartier, Charlotte Hautefort, Yann Nguyen, Jérôme Nevoux, Anne-Laure Hamel, Yohan Camhi, Florence Canouï-Poitrine, Benjamin Verillaud, Dorsaf Slama, Stephanie Haim-Boukobza, Elise Sourdeau, Delphine Cantin, Alain Corré, Agnes Bryn, Nicolas Etienne, Flore Rozenberg, Richard Layese, Jean-François Papon, Emilie Bequignon,
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Medial Elbow Exposure: An Anatomic Comparison of Five Approaches.Several surgical approaches to the medial elbow are described, however it remains unclear which exposure provides the optimal view of relevant medial elbow structures. The purpose of this anatomic study was to determine the visible surface area of the coronoid process, distal humerus and radial head through five approaches to the medial elbow.
Adrian L Huang, Michael Hackl, Andrea H W Chan, David T Axford, George S Athwal, Graham J W King100 μg100ug100 ul100ug Lyophilized50 100.00 ug100ug Lyophilized
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#32650083 2020/07/07 To Up
Posterior Latissimus Dorsi Transfer For Massive Irreparable Posterior-superior Rotator Cuff Tears: Does it Work In The Elderly Population? A Comparative Study Between Two Age Groups (≤55 Versus ≥75 Years old).Management of irreparable postero-superior rotator cuff tears (RCT) presents a significant challenge to the shoulder surgeons. Previous studies on latissimus dorsi transfer (LDT) have demonstrated good to excellent outcomes in younger patients but this indication is debatable in the elderly. The main objective of this study was to compare the results of LDT in a group of patient under 55 versus a group over 75 years of age. We hypothesized that LDT could give equally good results in the elderly as in the younger population.
Jean Kany, Padmanaban Sekaran, Rajkumar S Amavarathi, Prateek Patil, Jean Grimberg, Philippe Valenti, Jean David Werthel
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#32650067 2020/07/07 To Up
Survivorship of Autologous Structural Bone Graft at a Minimum of Two Years when used to address Significant Glenoid Bone Loss In Primary and Revision Shoulder Arthroplasty: A CT and clinical Review.Severe glenoid bone loss remains a challenge in patients requiring shoulder arthroplasty and often requires autogenous bone grafting. The purpose of this study was to assess the integrity of the bone graft at two years in a series of primary and revision shoulder replacements where glenoid bone loss was managed using a structural autograft (humeral head or iliac crest bone graft) in combination with a trabecular titanium implant.
Jagwant Singh, Saurabh Odak, Karthik Neelakandan, Mike Walton, Puneet Monga, Steve R Bale, Ian Trail
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