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NFL athletes seeking unproven stem cell treatments, research shows

Some National Football League players have been seeking out unproven stem cell therapies to help accelerate recoveries from injuries, according to a new paper. Each year, more than 700 stem cell clini...

CORD:USE, Tianhe Stem Cell Biotechnologies partner

CORD:USE Cord Blood Bank, headquartered in Orlando, Fla., an operator of both public and family cord blood banks, has entered into an agreement with Illinois–based Tianhe Stem Cell Biotechnologies,...

Spinal cord injury victims may benefit from stem cell transplantation studies

Two studies recently published in Cell Transplantation reveal that cell transplantation may be an effective treatment for spinal cord injury (SCI), a major cause of disability and paralysis with no cu...

NHS stem cell research link up

Precious Cells Miracle, the charitable arm of stem cell firm Precious Cells Group, has partnered with the NHS Trust Croydon to process and store stem cells extracted from umbilical cord blood and tiss...

Long term Follow up Confirms Success of MGH-developed Laser Treatment for Vocal-cord Cancer

More than three years after pulsed-KTP laser treatment, 96 percent of patients with early vocal-cord tumors are cancer-free. The first long-term study of a pioneering endoscopic laser treatment for ea...

Stem Cell Study in Japan Planned for Newborns with Encephalopathy

(The Japan Times) – A Japanese team plans to launch a clinical study in which stem cells contained in umbilical cord blood will be administered to newborns with encephalopathy to prevent severe ...

Nerve Monitors May Worsen Thyroidectomy Outcomes

A new nationwide inpatient study suggests that nerve monitors might increase the risk for vocal cord paralysis. Medscape Medical News

Long-term results confirm success of laser treatment for vocal-cord cancer

The first long-term study of a pioneering endoscopic laser treatment for early vocal-cord cancer, previously shown to provide optimal voice outcomes, finds that it is as successful as traditional appr...

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Vocal cord paralysis and its etiologies: a prospective study.

Introduction: Vocal cord paralysis is a common symptom of numerous diseases and it may be due to neurogenic or mechanical fixation of the cords. Paralysis of the vocal cords is just a symptom of under...

Relationship of vocal cord paralysis to the coil diameter of vagus nerve stimulator leads.

OBJECT This investigation was done to examine, following implantation of vagus nerve stimulators, the relationship of vocal cord paralysis to the inner diameter of the coils used to attach the stimula...

Feasibility of surgeon-performed transcutaneous vocal cord ultrasonography in identifying vocal cord mobility: A multi-institutional experience.

Transcutaneous vocal cord ultrasonography (TVCUS) is a noninvasive study used to identify true vocal cord (TVC) mobility. Its sensitivity in predicting TVC paralysis when compared with indirect flexib...

Calcified Vocal Cord Nodule - A Unique Case Report.

Vocal cord nodules are benign neoplastic lesions which occur due to submucosal oedema and haemorrhage, leading to fibrosis and hyalinization. Calcification in vocal cord nodules has not been reported ...

Mesenchymal stem cells in the treatment of spinal cord injuries: A review.

With technological advances in basic research, the intricate mechanism of secondary delayed spinal cord injury (SCI) continues to unravel at a rapid pace. However, despite our deeper understanding of ...

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