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#32950040   2020/09/19 To Up

Diagnosis and management of oral ulcerations associated with mycophenolate mofetil in kidney transplantation.

The final diagnosis of oral mucosal ulcerations in solid organ transplant recipients represents a challenge. We describe a unique case of oral ulceration related to mycophenolate mofetil (MMF) toxicity, 11 years after kidney transplantation, whose dose reduction was sufficient to resolve it.
Jefferson R Tenório, Marina Tuma, Fabiana Martins, Karem L Ortega, Marina Cristelli, Marina Gallottini

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#32950034   2020/09/19 To Up

UEMS Section and Board of Paediatric Surgery-A Historical Perspective.

The European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS) Section and Board of Pediatric surgery was founded more than 40 years ago. Since then major activities have been related to the improvement of quality of care of pediatric surgery in Europe. Remarkable success was achieved in the development of pediatric surgery as an independent specialty all over Europe. Other major successful activities of the UEMS Section and Board of Pediatric Surgery consisted of the development of a high-quality European examination and delineating a minimal common standard in pediatric surgery training in the form of European training requirements. Recommendations drawn from examination experience support that candidates who achieve weaker passes in part 1 may wish to consider more practice before attempting part 2 due to the weak correlation between the two scores. It may be helpful for candidates to consider having some experience working in an English-speaking clinical setting, if not truly fluent in English, to improve their chances of being successful in the part 2 examination. Other achievements of the Section were accreditation of the training centers in Europe and European Census in pediatric surgery project. All the aforementioned activities led to standardization and harmonization of pediatric surgery, as well as contributed to increasing quality of pediatric surgical service throughout Europe.
Gian Battista Parigi, Udo Rolle, Salvatore Cascio, Jacob Williams, Piotr Czauderna

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#32950032   2020/09/19 To Up

Phenotypic Switch of Human Peritoneal Macrophages during Childhood.

 Human peritoneal macrophages are resident in the abdominal cavity where they support the specific microenvironmental regulation. We have previously observed a phenotypic switch of murine macrophages during infancy that was associated with a functional development. To investigate the age related changes in human peritoneal macrophages, we analyzed peritoneal macrophages of children undergoing laparoscopic procedures.
Nagoud Schukfeh, Amr Elyas, Dorothee Viemann, Benno M Ure, Stephanie Froemmel, Joon-Keun Park, Joachim F Kuebler, Gertrud Vieten

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#32950030   2020/09/19 To Up

Autism spectrum disorders in extremely preterm infants and placental pathology findings: a matched case-control study.

The prevalence of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) is 5-fold higher in preterm (PT) infants born ≤28 weeks gestational age (GA) as compared to the general population. The relationship between placental pathologic lesions and ASD in PT infants has not been studied.
Imran N Mir, Stormi P White, L Steven Brown, Roy Heyne, Charles R Rosenfeld, Lina F Chalak

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#32950028   2020/09/11 To Up

Inhibitory Control of Lexical Selection in Adults who Stutter.

Based on previous evidence that lexical selection may operate differently in adults who stutter (AWS) versus typically-fluent adults (TFA), and that atypical attentional processing may be a contributing factor, the purpose of this study was to investigate inhibitory control of lexical selection in AWS.
Nathan D Maxfield

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#32950005   2020/09/05 To Up

A systematic review of phytochemicals in oat and buckwheat.

Consumption of oat and buckwheat have been associated with various health benefits that may be attributed to their nutritional composition. We performed a systematic review to evaluate the profile and quantity of bioactive compounds present in oat and buckwheat. Among 154 studies included in final analysis, 113 and 178 bioactive compounds were reported in oat and buckwheat, respectively. Total phytosterols, tocols, flavonoids and rutin content were generally higher in buckwheat, β-glucans were significantly higher in oat, while avenanthramides and saponins were characteristically present in oat. The majority of studies included in current review were published before 2010s. The heterogeneous methodological procedures used across the studies precluded our possibility to meta-analyse the evidence and raises the need for harmonization of separation and extraction methods in future studies. Our findings should further stimulate the exploration of metabolites related to identified phytochemicals and their roles in human health.
Peter Francis Raguindin, Oche Adam Itodo, Jivko Stoyanov, Gordana M Dejanovic, Magda Gamba, Eralda Asllanaj, Beatrice Minder, Weston Bussler, Brandon Metzger, Taulant Muka, Marija Glisic, Hua Kern

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#32950001   2020/09/16 To Up

Reconsidering ventilator-associated pneumonia from a new dimension of the lung microbiome.

Complex microbial communities that reside in the lungs, skin and gut are now appreciated for their role in maintaining organ, tissue and immune homoeostasis. As lungs are currently seen as an ecosystem, the shift in paradigm calls for the consideration of new algorithms related to lung ecology in pulmonology. Evidence of lung microbiota does not solely challenge the traditional physiopathology of ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP); indeed, it also reinforces the need to include molecular techniques in VAP diagnosis and accelerate the use of immunomodulatory drugs, including corticosteroids, and other supplements such as probiotics for VAP prevention and/or treatment. With that stated, both microbiome and virome, including phageome, can lead to new opportunities in further understanding the relationship between health and dysbiosis in VAP. Previous knowledge may be, however, reconsidered at a microbiome scale.
Laia Fernández-Barat, Ruben López-Aladid, Antoni Torres

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#32949996   2020/09/16 To Up

Autophagy induction promotes renal cyst growth in polycystic kidney disease.

Polycystic kidney disease (PKD) involves renal cysts arising from proliferating tubular cells. Autophagy has been recently suggested as a potential therapeutic target in PKD, and mammalian target of rapamycin (mTOR) is a key negative regulator of autophagy. However, the effect of autophagy regulation on cystogenesis has not been elucidated in PKD mice.
Eun Ji Lee, Je Yeong Ko, Sumin Oh, Jaehee Jun, Hyowon Mun, Chae Ji Lim, Seungwoon Seo, Hyuk Wan Ko, Hyunho Kim, Yun Kyu Oh, Curie Ahn, Minyong Kang, Min Jung Kim, Kyung Hyun Yoo, Goo Taeg Oh, Jong Hoon Park

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#32949993   2020/08/27 To Up

Combination of autoimmune pancreatitis and peripheral neuropathy on an IgG4-related disease patient with 4 years following-up.

Type1 autoimmune pancreatitis (AIP) is the first recognized and the most common manifestation of IgG4-related disease. However, AIP patient presented with neuropathy in the extremities have not been reported previously. We reported a rare combination of autoimmune pancreatitis and peripheral neuropathy on an IgG4-related disease patient based on histological features to expand the clinical spectrum of IgG4-related disease.
Lingling Zhan, Mengting Fan, Naiqing Cai, Bin Cai

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