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Sight-threatening Graves' orbitopathy: twenty years' experience of a multidisciplinary thyroid-eye outpatient clinic.

Sight-threatening Graves' orbitopathy affects 3 to 5% of patients with Graves' orbitopathy.

Sight-over-sound judgments of music performances are replicable effects with limited interpretability.

Virtuosi impress audiences with their musical expressivity and with their theatrical flair. How do listeners use this auditory and visual information to judge performance quality? Both musicians and laypeople report a belief that sound should trump sight in the judgment of music performance, but surprisingly, their actual judgments reflect the opposite pattern. In a recent study, when presented with 6-second videos of music competition performers, listeners accurately guessed the winners only when the video...

Frequency and Causes of Line of Sight Issues During Neurosurgical Procedures Using Optical Image Guided Systems.

Navigation (Image Guidance) is an essential tool in modern neurosurgery and most surgeons utilise an optical tracking system. While the technology is accurate and reliable, one often is confronted by the line of sight issues that interrupt the flow of an operation. While there have been feedback on this matter, the actual problem has not been accurately quantified, thus making this the primary aim of this study. It is particularly important, given that, robotic technology is gradually making its way into ne...

Preoperative Anemia: Hiding in Plain Sight.

Restoring sight with native cell reprogramming.

Classical paintings may trigger pain and pleasure in the gendered brain.

The human body is the most common object of pictorial representation in western art and its representations trigger a vast range of experiences from pain to pleasure. The goal of this study was to investigate brain activity triggered by paintings of male and female body images exemplifying conditions associated with pleasure or pain. Our findings show participant-general as well as gender specific brain activity for either the pain or the pleasure conditions. Although our participants were fully aware that ...

An insight into sight.

Noninvasive Continuous Blood Pressure Monitoring: Are the Intraoperative Episodes of Hypotension in Clear Sight?

Arrhythmias and Conduction Disturbances Following Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement: Out of Sight, Out of Mind?

Sight or smell: which senses do scavenging raptors use to find food?

Raptors are usually considered to be mainly visually dependent, and the use of other sensory modalities has rarely been studied in these birds. Here, we investigated experimentally which senses (vision and/or olfaction) Turkey vultures (Cathartes aura) and Southern caracaras (Caracara plancus) use to find hidden food. First, two identical stainless-steel perforated balls, one containing a putrefied piece of meat and the other an odorless control, were presented to birds in binary choice experiments. Both sp...

Rituximab for Sight-Threatening Lupus-Related Retinal Vasculitis: Erratum.

Gout in Aotearoa New Zealand: the equity crisis continues in plain sight.

Active Atoms and Interstitials in Two-Dimensional Colloidal Crystals.

We study experimentally and numerically the motion of a self-phoretic active particle in two-dimensional loosely packed colloidal crystals at fluid interfaces. Two scenarios emerge depending on the interactions between the active particle and the lattice: the active particle either navigates throughout the crystal as an interstitial or is part of the lattice and behaves as an active atom. Active interstitials undergo a run-and-tumble-like motion, with the passive colloids of the crystal acting as tumbling s...

Losing sight of the Forest for the trees: Why clinical laboratories need to perform their own interference studies.

Short-Term Impact of Bariatric Surgery on Best-Corrected Distance Visual Acuity and Diabetic Retinopathy Progression.

The immediate impact of rapid glucose lowering induced by bariatric surgery on diabetic retinopathy (DR) progression remains unclear. We present 3-year changes in the best-corrected visual acuity and DR grade in a retrospective observational study of 32 morbidly obese patients (64 eyes) who underwent Roux-en-Y-gastric bypass surgery. We found that despite overall benefits in vision, there was an initial progression from no retinopathy to background retinopathy in 18.9% and 21.7% at years 1 and 2 respectivel...

High speed chalcogenide glass electrochemical metallization cells with various active metals.

We fabricated electrochemical metallization (ECM) cells using a GaLaSO solid electrolyte, a InSnO inactive electrode and active electrodes consisting of various metals (Cu, Ag, Fe, Cu, Mo, Al). Devices with Ag and Cu active metals showed consistent and repeatable resistive switching behaviour, and had a retention of 3 and >43 days, respectively; both had switching speeds of < 5 ns. Devices with Cr and Fe active metals displayed incomplete or intermittent resistive switching, and devices with Mo and Al...


Graves orbitopathy (GO) is an extrathyroidal manifestation of autoimmune thyroid disease. Early treatment with glucocorticoids in appropriately selected patients is recommended for active, moderate to severe, and sight-threatening disease. The recently published European Group on Graves Orbitopathy guidelines re-evaluated the recommended doses of intravenous methylprednisolone (ivMP) in response to the potential for adverse effects. We retrospectively reviewed our patient cohort treated with our ivMP protoc...

The functions of active listening responses.

In the literature, an interlocutor's active listening responses such as "hmh" are often defined as "continuers", serving to prolong another interlocutor's turn. However, to date, experiments on the effect of non-interruptive active listening responses on a conversational partner's duration of talk have given contradictory results. Studies have shown one interlocutor's active listening responses to correlate sometimes with longer and sometimes with shorter turns of another interlocutor. To investigate this c...

Dysregulated circRNAs in plasma from active tuberculosis patients.

Endogenous circular RNAs (circRNAs) have been reported in various diseases. However, their role in active TB remains unknown. The study was aimed to determine plasma circRNA expression profile to characterize potential biomarker and improve our understanding of active TB pathogenesis. CircRNA expression profiles were screened by circRNA microarrays in active TB plasma samples. Dysregulated circRNAs were then verified by qRT-PCR. CircRNA targets were predicted based on analysis of circRNA-miRNA-mRNA interact...

Improving the quality of electroretinogram recordings using active electrodes.

The aim of this study was to compare the quality of electroretinogram (ERG) recordings using a custom built active electrode with attached amplifier versus a standard (passive) ERG electrode. Scotopic and photopic ERG responses were recorded from five adult albino rabbits using a custom built active electrode on one eye and a passive electrode on the other. For the active electrode, the ERG-jet electrode (Universo S.A., La Chaux-De-Fonds, Switzerland) was used as the transducer with the cable cut short and ...

Active recovery affects the recovery of the corticospinal system but not of muscle contractile properties.

Active recovery is often used by athletes after strenuous exercise or competition but its underlying mechanisms are not well understood. We hypothesized that active recovery speeds-up recovery processes within the muscle and the central nervous system (CNS).

Long term cancer-specific anxiety in men undergoing active surveillance for prostate cancer: findings from a large prospective cohort.

Active surveillance is the preferred management of men with low-risk prostate cancer. Cancer-specific anxiety during active surveillance remains understudied. We sought to report long-term anxiety for men on active surveillance to determine if interventions need to be tailored to improve adherence.

Physical activity prevents blood pressure increases in individuals under treatment for knee osteoarthritis.

The aim of this study was to assess the role of physical activity in blood pressure (BP) in individuals with knee osteoarthritis. We compared 136 participants under treatment for primary knee osteoarthritis (age=67.6±9.6 years) allocated to the sedentary-sedentary, active-sedentary, sedentary-active, and active-active groups depending on their levels of daily physical activity before and after follow-up. Their BP, BMI, and endurance performance (6-min walking test) were compared during 12 months of follow-...

Active public Facebook use and adolescents' feelings of loneliness: Evidence for a curvilinear relationship.

Inconsistent results have been reported concerning the relationships between SNS usage and loneliness. The current two-wave panel study with a one year interval examined the possibility of reciprocal and curvilinear relationships between active public Facebook use and adolescents' social/emotional loneliness. Belgian adolescents from fifteen high schools participated (N = 1188, 55% male). The results showed a U-shaped relationship between (1) active Facebook use and social/emotional loneliness and (2) e...

High 28-day mortality in critically ill patients with sepsis and concomitant active cancer.

Objective This study was performed to explore the characteristics and outcomes of patients with sepsis accompanied by active cancer who were admitted to the intensive care unit (ICU). Methods The baseline characteristics, infection profiles, and outcomes of patients with sepsis were retrospectively analyzed according to the presence of concomitant active cancer. The association between concomitant active cancer and 28-day mortality was explored. Results Of 23,956 patients with sepsis, 1574 (6.6%) had concom...

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