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Colonic Schistosoma Granulomas: An Unusual Cause of Colonic Subepithelial Lesions.

The clinical features of older patients with lung cancer in comparison with their younger counterparts.

Older patients with lung cancer have increased over the past decades. Several standard treatments for older patients were established, but their clinical features in real world clinics remain unknown. Thus, we performed a retrospective study to clarify the clinical features of them.

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Clinical Nurse Specialists as Strategic Visionary Leaders in Nursing: Are You In?

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Implications of Placebo and Nocebo Effects for Clinical Practice: Expert Consensus.

Placebo and nocebo effects occur in clinical or laboratory medical contexts after administration of an inert treatment or as part of active treatments and are due to psychobiological mechanisms such as expectancies of the patient. Placebo and nocebo studies have evolved from predominantly methodological research into a far-reaching interdisciplinary field that is unravelling the neurobiological, behavioural and clinical underpinnings of these phenomena in a broad variety of medical conditions. As a conseque...

In-TICE: An Integrated Tool for Interprofessional Clinical Educators.

Clinical educators in healthcare disciplines/professions are expected to synthesize research-based models and strategies into their own unique supervisory style. Therefore, best practice is to provide systematic cross-disciplinary training tools that assist clinical educators in meeting this expectation. The authors--from the disciplines of nursing, speech-language pathology, physical therapy, and occupational therapy--examined learning theories, models of supervision, and strategies for clinical education ...

No Change in Determining Crohn's Disease Recurrence or Need for Endoscopic or Surgical Intervention With Modification of Rutgeerts' Scoring System.

Esophageal Lichen Planus and Squamous Cell Carcinoma: Characteristics and Risk in a Large Tertiary Referral Center.

Peroral Endoscopic Myotomy is Effective for Patients with Achalasia and Normal Lower-Esophageal Sphincter Relaxation Pressures.

An EEG nicotinic acetylcholine index to assess the efficacy of pro-cognitive compounds.

Cognitive impairment models are used in clinical studies aimed at proving pharmacology of drugs being developed for Alzheimer's disease and other cognitive disorders. Due to rising interest in nicotinic agonists, we aimed to establish a method to monitor neurophysiological effects of modulating the nicotinic cholinergic system.

Clinical subtypes and molecular basis of epidermolysis bullosa in Kuwait.

Epidermolysis bullosa (EB) is a clinically and genetically heterogeneous blistering skin disease, but in countries such as Kuwait, there are very limited data on the clinical and molecular pathology of EB. To improve understanding of EB in Kuwait, we report the experience of a local tertiary referral center over a 17.5 year period (January 2000-June 2017) in establishing clinical and molecular diagnoses.

The value of vital sign trends in predicting and monitoring clinical deterioration: A systematic review.

Vital signs, i.e. respiratory rate, oxygen saturation, pulse, blood pressure and temperature, are regarded as an essential part of monitoring hospitalized patients. Changes in vital signs prior to clinical deterioration are well documented and early detection of preventable outcomes is key to timely intervention. Despite their role in clinical practice, how to best monitor and interpret them is still unclear.

Clinical outcomes of imatinib dose escalation versus sunitinib in first-line imatinib-failure gastrointestinal stromal tumour.

The majority of available data on the clinical efficacy of sunitinib in patients with imatinib-resistant or -intolerant gastrointestinal stromal tumours (GISTs) are from studies of western populations. We investigated the clinical outcomes of imatinib dose escalation versus sunitinib in first-line imatinib-failure Asian GIST patients to further guide clinical treatment.

The British Society of Allergy and Clinical Immunology annual meeting, 2018.

Guideline for Clinical Guidelines Constitution/Amendment in China.

Chinese medical institutions need clinical guidelines to improve healthcare quality. Unfamiliarity with clinical methodology and procedures leads to poor quality.

Clinical and diagnostic significance of serum immunoglobulin A rheumatoid factor in primary Sjogren's syndrome.

The aim of this study was to investigate the diagnostic accuracy of rheumatoid factor (RF) isotype for the detection of primary Sjogren's syndrome (pSS) and evaluate the clinical and serological associations of immunoglobulin (Ig) A RF in patients with pSS.

Using the MB-LATER score for predicting arrhythmia outcome after catheter ablation for atrial fibrillation: The Guangzhou atrial fibrillation project.

Several clinical scoring systems have been derived to predict the arrhythmia outcome of catheter ablation (CA) for atrial fibrillation (AF) but which is better is not clear. Simple clinical risk scores (that any clinician can use in the everyday clinic) can help assess the likelihood of recurrence of AF following CA and the simple MB-LATER score has recently been described. We compare the predictive ability of seven existing clinical scoring systems (HATCH, CHADS , CHA DS -VASc, BASE-AF , APPLE, CAAP-AF, a...

From cognitive and clinical substrates to functional profiles: Disentangling heterogeneity in schizophrenia.

The relationship between neurocognition and functioning among patients with schizophrenia is well documented. However, integrating neuropsychological, clinical and psychopathological data to better investigate functional outcome still constitutes a challenge. Artificial neural network-based modeling might help to better capture clinical heterogeneity by analyzing the non-linear relationships among multiple variables. Two hundred and fourteen clinically stabilized patients with schizophrenia were recruited a...

Clinical and histopathological spectrum of toxic erythema of chemotherapy in patients who have undergone allogenic hematopoietic cell transplantation.

Toxic erythema of chemotherapy (TEC) is a well-recognized adverse cutaneous reaction to chemotherapy. Similar to many skin diseases, the clinical presentations may vary. Our objective is to expand on the typical and atypical clinical and histopathological presentations of TEC.

The impact of a psychosocial program on clinical outcomes for severe psychiatric disorders.

This retrospective study evaluated the impact of a psychosocial program on individuals with severe and chronic psychiatric disorders. This study also examined potential modifiable predictors of hospitalization.

A report was presented on all four Hot Line: Late-Breaking Clinical Trials sessions of the European Society of Cardiology Congress 2017 on the results of new clinical research in cardiology.

Usefulness of EEG-EMG coherence analysis to confirm epileptic nature of spells mimicking hemifacial spasms.

Mimicking Abdominal Tuberculosis: Abdominal Abscess Caused by Lawsonella Clevelandensis in IBD.

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