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11:15 EDT 19th August 2017 | BioPortfolio

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Science, Medicine, and the Anesthesiologist.

Utilizing Ultrasound: Let US Help You with That Arterial Line!

Instructions for Obtaining ANESTHESIOLOGY Continuing Medical Education (CME) Credit.

New Orthoform for Old Freud: Insoluble Numbing for Sigmund's Insoluble Cancer.

Laughing Gas at Brunswick and Balke's 1879 World Billiards Tournament.

Association of Testosterone Replacement Therapy and the Incidence of a Composite of Postoperative In-hospital Mortality and Cardiovascular Events in Men Undergoing Noncardiac Surgery.

Whether patients on testosterone replacement therapy undergoing noncardiac surgery have an increased risk of postoperative in-hospital mortality and cardiovascular events remains unknown. We therefore sought to identify the impact of testosterone replacement on the incidence of a composite of postoperative in-hospital mortality and cardiovascular events in men undergoing noncardiac surgery.

Images in Anesthesiology: Ultrasound-guided Intraarticular Knee Injection.

George J. Brett, D.D.S., Copyrights His Brettometer Index of Analgesia and Anesthesia.

Acute Traumatic Coagulopathy: Thrombin Is the Driver!

In Reply.

Dealing with Ophthalmic Chemosurgery Complications.

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Terminal Memoirs of America's 18th President: Grant, Twain…and Cocaine.

Resting-State Functional Connectivity in the Human Connectome Project: Current Status and Relevance to Understanding Psychopathology.

A key tenet of modern psychiatry is that psychiatric disorders arise from abnormalities in brain circuits that support human behavior. Our ability to examine hypotheses around circuit-level abnormalities in psychiatric disorders has been made possible by advances in human neuroimaging technologies. These advances have provided the basis for recent efforts to develop a more complex understanding of the function of brain circuits in health and of their relationship to behavior-providing, in turn, a foundation...

Development of Secondary Acute Myeloid Leukemia in a Pediatric Patient Concurrently Receiving Primary Therapy for Ewing Sarcoma.

Ewing sarcoma is a pediatric bone and soft tissue sarcoma that requires intensive therapy, which can cause secondary malignancies. We present a rare case of early, treatment-related AML in a pediatric patient concurrently receiving primary therapy for Ewing sarcoma. Despite AML-directed therapy, our patient died secondary to complications of hyperleukocytosis. Cytogenetic and mutation profiling of the leukemia cells revealed the DNA-topoisomerase-II-inhibitor-associated t(9;11)(p22;q23) translocation and cl...

Unexpected Effect of Propranolol and Prednisolone on Infantile Facial Rhabdomyosarcoma.

A 14-month-old Nepalese infant had developed a rapidly growing facial tumor originating from a dark spot on her upper eyelid. A cavernous hemangioma was suspected and treated with high doses of propranolol and prednisolone. Remission was dramatic. Histology confirmed alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma. Chemotherapy was planned but not carried out due to complicated logistics. The girl died at the age of 3. We present this case for discussion as to whether propranolol and prednisolone might be effective in rapidly gr...

X-linked Lymphoproliferative Disease Type 1 in a Patient With the p.Gly93Asp SH2D1A Gene Mutation and Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis.

Hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis is characterized by uncontrolled activation of the immune system that leads to systemic hyperinflammation. Lymphoproliferative syndrome linked to the X chromosome is a hereditary immunodeficiency characterized by an inability to mount an adequate immune response to an Epstein-Barr virus infection. Hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis is one of the main clinical features of X-linked lymphoproliferative syndrome. We report the case of a patient who presented with primary hemop...

Voriconazole Antifungal Prophylaxis in Children With Malignancies: A Nationwide Study.

Antifungal prophylaxis (AFP) is recommended in at-risk hematology-oncology patients. We evaluated the safety of AFP with voriconazole (VRC) in pediatric hematology/oncology patients.

Intrathecal Infusion of Haploidentical Nondonor Lymphocytes for Central Nervous System Leukemic Relapse After Haploidentical Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation.

Leukemic relapse in the central nervous system (CNS) after conventional treatment is associated with a poor prognosis. The effectiveness and safety of IV infusion of human leukocyte antigen (HLA)-mismatched lymphocytes for leukemia, and intrathecal (IT) infusion of HLA-mismatched lymphocytes for cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) dissemination of medulloblastoma have been reported. A 13-year-old girl (HLA-A31) was diagnosed as relapsing from Philadelphia chromosome-positive acute leukemia in the CNS after receiving ...

Microscopic Infiltration of Cryopreserved Ovarian Tissue in 2 Patients With Ewing Sarcoma.

We report the clinical history of 2 female patients with Ewing sarcoma and microscopic ovarian infiltration. In both cases, the initial workup found no metastasis. However, the examination of cryopreserved ovarian tissues revealed the presence of CD99 positive tumor cells with rearrangement of EWS gene confirmed by FISH. Both children were treated as patients with localized tumor and are currently in remission. These reports underline that, in Ewing sarcoma patients, retransplantation of cryopreserved ovari...

Solid Liver Lesions in an Infant With Neonatal Cholestasis: Is it Always Malignant?

In this report we describe a patient with neonatal cholestasis who was found to have a liver lesion with suspicious imaging features, although ultimately it was histologically proved to be a pseudotumor. We discuss the characteristic features and imaging findings of macroregenerative nodules of the liver.

Successful Extracorporeal Life Support in a Pediatric Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant Recipient With Periengraftment Respiratory Failure.

The use of extracorporeal life support (ECLS) as ultimate salvage therapy for hematopoietic stem cell transplant recipients remains controversial among oncologists and critical care specialists. Prognosis is poor, particularly after allogeneic transplantation, and literature to guide clinical decision-making is scarce. Our report describes successful ECLS in a pediatric patient undergoing allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation, who developed acute respiratory failure during severe neutropenia, f...

Acute Sickle Cell Orbitopathy Masquerading as Orbital Cellulitis.

Sickle cell orbitopathy is a rare manifestation of a sickle cell crisis and can closely mimic orbital cellulitis, both clinically and radiologically. We present a case where a child presented with what was thought to be orbital cellulitis and was treated accordingly. Subtle radiologic features of sickle cell orbitopathy were initially overlooked, resulting in an incorrect diagnosis and a treatment delay for the patient. Correctly treated most cases resolve with no adverse affects, highlighting how important...

Bevacizumab-associated Bowel Microperforation in a Patient With Neuroblastoma.

The antivascular endothelial growth factor antibody, bevacizumab, is effective against several malignancies in adults but unproven in pediatric oncology. In early phase pediatric studies toxicities were similar to those in adults. Bowel perforation in adults is a rare but serious toxicity, but has not been hitherto reported in children. A 5-year-old boy with chemoresistant neuroblastoma treated with bevacizumab plus radioimmunotherapy developed acute abdominal pain. Computed tomography scan showed free abdo...

Carotid Body Tumor.

A 17 year old girl presented with a progressively increasing swelling in her neck since 9 months. On examination a2*3 cm, firm, pulsatile swelling was felt in the left anterior triangle. The CT scan of the mass was suggestive of a carotid body tumor and urinary cathecholamines were negative. The mass was excised completely.


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