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Ventricular rate control

Sustained high ventricular rates during persistent or permanent AF can lead to a deterioration in left ventricular function, hence the requirement for rate control. Historically, digoxin has been us...

Spleen Disorders

Located under your left lung, beneath the diaphragm, the spleen has two functions; lymphocyte production (which takes place in the white pulp) and filtration of the blood by phagocytes to remove mic...

Tricuspid Regurgitation

Tricuspid regurgitation (tricuspid incompetence, tricuspid insufficiency) is leakage of blood backward through the tricuspid valve each time the right ventricle contracts.Tricuspid regurgitation is ...

Ventricular aneurysm

Ventricular aneurysms are usually aftereffects of myocardial infarctions. When the heart muscle (cardiac muscle) partially dies during a heart attack, a layer of muscle may survive, and being severe...

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A somitic contribution to the apical ectodermal ridge is essential for fin formation

The transition from fins to limbs was an important terrestrial adaptation, but how this crucial evolutionary shift arose developmentally is unknown. Current models focus on the distinct roles of the a...

CHEST: Low Rate of Pneumothorax With EM Navigation System (CME/CE)

(MedPage Today) -- Biopsy procedure using imaging and guidance tools gets to suspicious lesions

Sociologists examine shift from 'No Child Left Behind' to 'Children Left Behind'

Sociologists look back to 2007 to understand how the No Child Left Behind Act acquired an alternative meaning: "NCLB means children left behind."

The trials and tribulations of being left-handed

As 13 August is recognised worldwide as International Left-Handers Day, there has been an increased focus over the past week on the biological and genetic causes of left-handedness in humans, as well ...

Apical membrane expression of distinct sulfated glycans represents a novel marker of cholangiolocellular carcinoma

A girl with left wrist deformity

A 16 year old girl presented to the orthopaedic clinic with a deformed left wrist from birth. The girl had progressively increasing pain in the left wrist, and dorsiflexion was limited. On...

Long-term oncological outcomes of apical positive surgical margins at radical prostatectomy in the Shared Equal Access Regional Cancer Hospital cohort

Young woman experiences gradual vision loss

A 21-year-old African-American woman presented to our hospital with a gradual decline in vision in both eyes over the past 2.5 years. She had been lost to all medical and ophthalmic care during this p...

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Clinical Profile and Prognosis of Left Ventricular Apical Aneurysm in Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy.

Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy with left ventricular apical aneurysm is a unique entity with diverse manifestations and varied prognoses among races. This study evaluated the prevalence, clinical charact...

Missed diagnosis of atresia of the right pulmonary artery in woman with left-sided pneumothorax.

Isolated pulmonary atresia is an uncommon condition, which can go undiagnosed for a long time in asymptomatic patients. Sometimes, diagnosis can be made at pregnancy due to respiratory symptoms. There...

Diagnostic accuracy of oblique chest radiograph for occult pneumothorax: comparison with ultrasonography.

An occult pneumothorax is a pneumothorax that is not seen on a supine chest X-ray but is detected by computed tomography scanning. However, critical patients are difficult to transport to the computed...

Large pneumothorax in blunt chest trauma: Is a chest drain always necessary in stable patients? A case report.

Pneumothorax is the most common potentially life-threatening blunt chest injury. The management of pneumothorax depends upon the etiology, its size and hemodynamic stability of the patient. Most clini...

Consider Autotransfusion in the Field.

Massive hemothorax is a life-threatening condition that can present as hemorrhagic shock, cardiogenic shock, or elements of both. It is described by the American College of Surgeons, in the 9th Editio...

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