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The hippocampal-to-ventricle ratio (HVR): Presentation of a manual segmentation protocol and preliminary evidence.

Disentangling age-related changes from developmental variations in hippocampal volume has proven challenging. This article presents a manual segmentation protocol for the hippocampal-to-ventricle ratio (HVR), a measure combining the assessment of hippocampal volume with surrounding ventricular volume. By providing in a single measure both a standard volumetric assessment of the hippocampus and an approximation of volume loss, based on ventricular enlargement, we believe the HVR provides a superior cross-sec...

Economic Benefit of Hand Surgical Efforts in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Cost-Benefit Analysis.

Hand surgeons can alleviate the burden associated with various congenital anomalies, burn sequela, and trauma that debilitate individuals in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). Because few surgeons in these areas have the necessary resources to perform complex hand surgery, surgical trips provide essential surgical care. We aimed to determine the economic benefit of hand surgical trips to LMICs to comprehensively determine the economic implications of hand surgery trips in low-resource settings.

Perforator-based Reverse Radial Teno-Adipo-Fascial Flap: Surgical Technique and Case-report for the Functional Reconstruction of the Dorsum of the Hand.

Dorsal complex cutaneotendinous lesions of the hand represent a reconstructive challenge. The use of composite microvascular flaps and vascularized tendon grafts represent the gold-standard. The radial anti-brachial region can still represent an excellent donor site, to the detriment of the possible sacrifice of the radial artery. The reverse radial anti-brachial flap can be either perforator-based, thus saving the radial artery or raised as an adipo-fascial flap, to spare the skin.

A Simple Method for Estimating Hand Hygiene Use Among Anesthesia Personnel: Development, Validation, and Use in a Quality Improvement Project.

Frequent hand hygiene by anesthesia personnel may be an important factor in reducing contamination of IV lines and medication access ports and may reduce hospital-acquired infections. Measurement of hand hygiene frequency at the individual clinician level by direct observation or electronic devices is cumbersome and expensive. We developed and validated a simple method for estimating hand hygiene frequency by individual anesthesia providers and utilized it in a quality improvement initiative to increase han...

Hand eczema: treatment.

Hand eczema is a highly prevalent, multietiological disease with a wide spectrum of severity and chronicity. The treatment of hand eczema, especially in severe and chronic cases, is a challenge to the dermatologist requiring not only diagnostic and therapeutic, but also excellent patient communication skills. This review discusses the spectrum of therapeutic options for hand eczema, the evidence for their efficacy and safety, and proposes a stepwise approach of intensity of treatment depending on disease se...

Economic Benefit of Hand Surgical Efforts in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Cost-Benefit Analysis.

Hand surgeons can alleviate the burden associated with various congenital anomalies, burn sequelae, and trauma that debilitate individuals in low- and middle-income countries. Because few surgeons in these areas have the necessary resources to perform complex hand surgery, surgical trips provide essential surgical care. The authors aimed to determine the economic benefit of hand surgical trips to low- and middle-income countries to comprehensively determine the economic implications of hand surgery trips in...

Effect of a hand massage with a warm hand bath on sleep and relaxation in elderly women with disturbance of sleep: A crossover trial.

The purpose of the present study was to clarify the effects of a hand massage with a warm hand bath on sleep, autonomic nervous activity, subjective sleep quality, and relaxation in elderly women with sleep disturbance.

Translocation of AMPA Receptors in the Dorsal Horn of the Spinal Cord Corresponding to Long-term Depression Following Pulsed Radiofrequency Stimulation at the Dorsal Root Ganglion.

Pulsed radiofrequency stimulation at the dorsal root ganglion is used for treatment of radicular pain; however, its mechanism for neuropathic pain treatment has not been fully elucidated. Here, we investigated whether pulsed radiofrequency stimulation affects the α-amino-3-hydroxy-5-methyl-4-isoxazolepropionic acid (AMPA) receptors, which play a critical role in synaptic plasticity.

Magnetically controlled growing rods in severe radial club hand congenital deformities.

Connecting Image Denoising and High-Level Vision Tasks via Deep Learning.

Image denoising and high-level vision tasks are usually handled independently in the conventional practice of computer vision, and their connection is fragile. In this paper, we cope with the two jointly and explore the mutual influence between them with the focus on two questions, namely (1) how image denoising can help improving high-level vision tasks, and (2) how the semantic information from high-level vision tasks can be used to guide image denoising. First for image denoising we propose a convolution...

Small volume vacuum phlebotomy tubes: a controlled before-and-after study of a patient blood management initiative in an Australian adult intensive care unit.

Patients admitted to intensive care units (ICUs) undergo multiple blood tests. Small volume vacuum phlebotomy tubes (SVTs) provide an important blood conservation measure. SVTs reduce summative blood loss and may reduce odds of transfusion. We aimed to determine whether low volume blood sampling using SVTs for routine diagnostic purposes translates to decreased fall in haemoglobin concentration, and examine downstream effects on anaemia and need for transfusion during ICU admission.

The human central nervous system transmits common synaptic inputs to distinct motor neuron pools during non-synergistic digit actions.

•Neural connectivity between distinct motor neuronal modules in the spinal cord is classically studied through electrical stimulation or multi-muscle EMG recordings. •We quantified the strength of correlation in the activity of two distinct populations of motor neurons innervating the thenar and first dorsal interosseous muscles during tasks that required the two hand muscles to exert matched or un-matched forces in different directions. •We show that when the two hand muscles are concurrently activat...

Rapid Isolation of Dorsal Root Ganglion Macrophages.

There are growing interests to study the molecular and cellular interactions among immune cells and sensory neurons in the dorsal root ganglia after peripheral nerve injury. Peripheral monocytic cells, including macrophages, are known to respond to a tissue injury through phagocytosis, antigen presentation, and cytokine release. Emerging evidence has implicated the contribution of dorsal root ganglia macrophages to neuropathic pain development and axonal repair in the context of nerve injury. Rapidly phenot...

Treating Pediatric Hand Problems in a Low-resource Environment.

Although individual pediatric hand problems are rare, the combined burden of congenital anomalies, neuromuscular disease, and trauma is considerable in low-resource environments where treatment is unavailable. Surgeons from high-income countries respond to the need for care with short-term trips to low-resource environments to operate and teach local surgeons. Hand problems are amenable to this model, because they may be disabling and treatable with low-risk, low-resource surgery. Pediatric hand problems ar...

Refining hand washing interventions by identifying active ingredients: A cluster-randomized controlled trial in rural Zimbabwe.

Consistent hand washing with soap can reduce the risk of diarrhea, but changing hand-washing behavior is difficult. Systematic behavior change approaches promise to enhance hand washing with soap effectively, and allow the identification of active intervention ingredients using mediation analysis. This knowledge can then be used to derive hypotheses for systematically refining the intervention.

Neutrophilic Dermatosis of the Dorsal Hands: A Review of 123 Cases.

Neutrophilic dermatosis of the dorsal hands is an uncommon localised variant of Sweet syndrome first described in 1995. It is characterised by tender erythematous plaques, pustules and bullae on the dorsa of the hands.

An innovative non-invasive technique for subcutaneous tumour measurements.

In oncological drug development, animal studies continue to play a central role in which the volume of subcutaneous tumours is monitored to assess the efficacy of new drugs. The tumour volume is estimated by taking the volume to be that of a regular spheroid with the same dimensions. However, this method is subjective, insufficiently traceable, and is subject to error in the accuracy of volume estimates as tumours are frequently irregular.

Neonatal sucking blister.

Neonatal sucking blisters result from vigorous sucking on hand or forearm in utero. Clinically, one observes a tense, fluid-filled blister, which when ruptured forms an erosion. We report a female neonate with a sucking blister on the distal dorsal aspect of her left forearm. These benign bullae should be differentiated from other diseases of the newborn through their presentation, characteristic morphology, and self-limiting course.

Large scale networks for human hand-object interaction: Functionally distinct roles for two premotor regions identified intraoperatively.

The development of awake intraoperative brain-mapping procedures for resection of brain tumors is of growing interest in neuroscience, because it enables direct testing of brain tissue, previously only possible in non-human primates. In a recent study performed in this setting specific effects can be induced by direct electrical stimulation on different sectors of premotor cortex during the execution of a hand manipulation task. Specifically, direct electrical stimulation applied on a dorsal sector of prece...

A STELLA simulation model for in vitro dissolution testing of respirable size particles.

In vitro dissolution testing is a useful quality control tool to discriminate the formulations and to approximate the in vivo drug release profiles. A dissolution apparatus has been custom-made for dissolution testing of dry powder formulations in a small volume of stationary medium (25 μL spread over 4.91 cm area i.e. ~50 μm thick). To understand the system and predict the key parameters which influence the dissolution of respirable size particles, a simulation model was constructed using STELLA mode...

Minoxidil 1 mg Orally versus Minoxidil 5% Solution Topically for the Treatment of Female Pattern Hair Loss: A Randomized Clinical Trial.

Impact of electroviscous effect on viscosity in developing highly concentrated protein formulations: Lessons from non-protein charged colloids.

Subcutaneous delivery of highly concentrated protein formulations is paramount for reducing healthcare cost and improving patient compliance, where reducing the solution viscosity of formulations is critical for drug delivery. The objective of this paper is to provide some mechanistic understanding about the contribution of electrostatic repulsion to the viscosity of protein solutions at high concentrations, along with the effect of excipients such as salts on relative viscosity. Proteins are treated as cha...

The forkhead box containing transcription factor FoxB is a potential component of dorsal-ventral body axis formation in the spider Parasteatoda tepidariorum.

In the spider, determination of the dorsal-ventral body (DV) axis depends on the interplay of the dorsal morphogen encoding gene decapentaplegic (Dpp) and its antagonist, short gastrulation (sog), a gene that is involved in the correct establishment of ventral tissues. Recent work demonstrated that the forkhead domain encoding gene FoxB is involved in dorsal-ventral axis formation in spider limbs. Here, Dpp likely acts as a dorsal morphogen, and FoxB is likely in control of ventral tissues as RNAi-mediated ...

Sewage sludge-derived hydrochar that inhibits ammonia volatilization, improves soil nitrogen retention and rice nitrogen utilization.

Hydrothermal carbonization (HTC) is a promising technique for treating sewage sludge. In this study, three sewage sludge-derived hydrochars produced with water (SSHW), 1 wt% magnesium citrate (SSHM) solution, and 1 wt% magnesium citrate mixed with 1 wt% sulfuric acid (SSHMS) solution were applied to columns of packed paddy soil. We evaluated the effects of these differently modified sewage sludge-hydrochars on ammonia volatilization, soil nitrogen (N) retention and rice growth. Results showed that compar...

Neural activation for actual and imagined movement following unilateral hand transplantation: a case study.

Transplantation of a donor hand has been successful as a surgical treatment following amputation, but little is known regarding the brain mechanisms contributing to the recovery of motor function. We report functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) findings for neural activation related to actual and imagined movement, for a 54-year-old male patient, who had received a donor hand transplant 50 years following amputation. Two assessments, conducted 3 months and 6 months post-operatively, demonstrate engag...

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