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Botox Injection into the Lower Esophageal Sphincter Induces Hiatal Paralysis and Gastroesophageal Reflux.

Endoscopic intrasphincteric injection of botox (ISIB) is used routinely for the treatment of achalasia esophagus and other spastic motor disorders. Studies show that botox reduces the smooth muscle lower esophageal sphincter (LES) pressure. The esophageal hiatus, formed by the right crus of diaphragm surrounds the cranial half of the LES, it works like an external LES.


Concomitant primary ovarian paraganglioma neuroendocrinal differentiated urothelial tumor in a BOTOX-injected bladder: A case report.

There is no reported data for patients with malignant bladder Botox injection related outcomes. Herein, we reported effect of Botox injection in case of BCG cystitis. In addition, reporting of rare incidence of both primary neuroendocrine differentiation of bladder tumor and primary ovarian paraganglioma post cystectomy.

The Gout Wars.


The p value wars (again).

Global Action Needed to Protect Humanitarian Surgeons and Patients During Wars and Armed Conflicts.

Global Action Needed to Protect Humanitarian Surgeons and Patients During Wars and Armed Conflicts-Reply.

Protecting Surgeons and Patients During Wars and Armed Conflicts: Importance of Predeployment Training on the Geneva Conventions and International Humanitarian Law.

The Return of the Repressed: The Persistent and Problematic Claims of Long-Forgotten Trauma.

Can purely psychological trauma lead to a complete blockage of autobiographical memories? This long-standing question about the existence of repressed memories has been at the heart of one of the most heated debates in modern psychology. These so-called memory wars originated in the 1990s, and many scholars have assumed that they are over. We demonstrate that this assumption is incorrect and that the controversial issue of repressed memories is alive and well and may even be on the rise. We review convergin...

Expression of a degradation-resistant β-catenin mutant in osteocytes protects the skeleton from mechanodeprivation-induced bone wasting.

Mechanical stimulation is a key regulator of bone mass, maintenance and turnover. Wnt signaling is a key regulator of mechanotransduction in bone, but the role of β-catenin-an intracellular signaling node in the canonical Wnt pathway-in disuse mechanotransduction is not defined. Using the β-catenin exon 3 flox (constitutively active; CA) mouse model, in conjunction with a tamoxifen inducible, osteocyte selective Cre driver, we evaluated the effects of degradation-resistant β-catenin on bone properties du...

Forensic parameters and allele frequency distributions of 16 STR in a Paraguayan population.

Paraguay is a Latin American country located in the central zone of South America. There is no official data on the ethnic composition of its population. The European colonization and the wars through which the country crossed were fundamental for its current genetic composition. Here, we analyzed sixteen short tandem repeats (STRs) used in the CODIS system in 259 Paraguayan individuals.

The historical process of the masonry city walls construction in China during 1st to 17th centuries AD.

Masonry city walls were common defense facilities in the cities of the Eurasian before the industrial revolution. However, they were not widespread in China until the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). Limited in research methods, previous studies failed to make convincing arguments on this phenomenon. We collected, organized and analyzed relevant historical documents to reconstruct the spatio-temporal process of the construction of masonry walls from 1st to 17th century in China. We conducted a time series analysis...

Is Bone Loss or Devascularization Associated With Recurrence of Osteomyelitis in Wartime Open Tibia Fractures?

During recent wars, 26% of combat casualties experienced open fractures and these injuries frequently are complicated by infections, including osteomyelitis. Risk factors for the development of osteomyelitis with combat-related open tibia fractures have been examined, but less information is known about recurrence of this infection, which may result in additional hospitalizations and surgical procedures.

Long-term dynamics of measles in London: Titrating the impact of wars, the 1918 pandemic, and vaccination.

A key question in ecology is the relative impact of internal nonlinear dynamics and external perturbations on the long-term trajectories of natural systems. Measles has been analyzed extensively as a paradigm for consumer-resource dynamics due to the oscillatory nature of the host-pathogen life cycle, the abundance of rich data to test theory, and public health relevance. The dynamics of measles in London, in particular, has acted as a prototypical test bed for such analysis using incidence data from the pr...

Association of Neuropeptide S Receptor 1 and Glutamate Decarboxylase 1 Gene Polymorphisms with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.

Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is an anxiety disorder caused by highly traumatic experiences. The aim of this study was to investigate the influence of single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) in the neuropeptide S receptor 1 (NPSR1) and the glutamate decarboxylase 1(GAD1) gene on PTSD and its psychopathological aspects among individuals affected by the Balkan wars during the 90s.

Infective Endocarditis Due to Bartonella Quintana in a Patient with Biological Aortic Prosthesis.

Bartonella quintana is a facultative intracellular bacterium and the causative agent of trench fever. The disease was reported during the World Wars in pre-antibiotic era and is associated with louse infestation and poor hygiene conditions. Bartonella bacteraemia may result in endocarditis mostly in people with existing heart valve abnormalities.

A Candidate Gene Association Study of FKBP5 and CRHR1 Polymorphisms in Relation to War-Related Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.

Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a highly frequent and disabling psychiatric condition among war-affected populations. The FK506-binding protein 5 (FKBP5) gene and the corticotropin-releasing hormone receptor 1 (CRHR1) gene have previously been implicated in an elevated risk of peritraumatic dissociation and PTSD development. Our aim was to investigate the association between FKBP5 and CRHR1 genotypes and PTSD diagnosis and severity among individuals who were affected by the Balkan wars during the 19...

Correlates of Depression in U.S. Military Service Members With a History of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury.

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and traumatic brain injury (TBI) are identified as signature injuries of the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Statistics have confirmed a high incidence of PTSD among military personnel with mild TBI (mTBI) who served in these conflicts. Although receiving less attention, individuals with a history of mTBI are also at increased risk for depressive disorders. This study examines the incidence and correlates of depression in service members with a history of mTBI received an...

Finding Common Ground in Meta-Analysis "Wars" on Violent Video Games.

Independent meta-analyses on the same topic can sometimes yield seemingly conflicting results. For example, prominent meta-analyses assessing the effects of violent video games on aggressive behavior have reached apparently different conclusions, provoking ongoing debate. We suggest that such conflicts are sometimes partly an artifact of reporting practices for meta-analyses that focus only on the pooled point estimate and its statistical significance. Considering statistics that focus on the distributions ...

Perceptions of War Trauma and Healing of Marital Relations Among Torture-surviving Congolese Couples Participating in Multicouple Therapy.

Citizens of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) experienced widespread torture during national wars between 1998 and 2003. Couples who survived and stayed intact suffered tremendous relationship stress. This study used a critical ethnography framework to explore the prewar, wartime, and postwar experiences of 13 torture-surviving couples who participated in a 10-session Torture-Surviving Couple Group in 2008 in the DRC. The group was designed to address the relational effects of torture and war trauma. P...

The Evolution and Ecology of Bacterial Warfare.

Bacteria have evolved a wide range of mechanisms to harm and kill their competitors, including chemical, mechanical and biological weapons. Here we review the incredible diversity of bacterial weapon systems, which comprise antibiotics, toxic proteins, mechanical weapons that stab and pierce, viruses, and more. The evolution of bacterial weapons is shaped by many factors, including cell density and nutrient abundance, and how strains are arranged in space. Bacteria also employ a diverse range of combat beha...

Progress on combat damage control resuscitation/surgery and its application in the Chinese People's Liberation Army.

Damage control resuscitation (DCR) and damage control surgery (DCS) has now been developed as a well-established standard of care for severely injured civilian patients worldwide. On the other hand, the application of combat DCR/DCS has saved the lives of thousands of severely injured casualties in several wars during the last two decades. This article describes the great progress on DCR/DCS in the last two decades and its application in the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA). The main development of th...

OnabotulinumtoxinA for the treatment of major depressive disorder: a phase 2 randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial in adult females.

This 24-week double-blind placebo-controlled multicenter randomized phase 2 trial evaluated efficacy and safety of onabotulinumtoxinA (onabotA; BOTOX) vs. placebo for major depressive disorder (MDD) [NCT02116361]. Primary endpoint was the change in Montgomery-Åsberg Depression Rating Scale (MADRS); secondary endpoints were Clinical Global Impressions-Severity and 17-item Hamilton Depression Rating Scale at week 6. A total of 255 adult females were treated. OnabotA 30 U approached significance compared to p...

The unexpected effect of Syrian civil war in Turkey: Change of forensic postmortem case pattern.

In the last decade, the whole world has witnessed a chaotic process characterized by uprisings, revolutions, and wars in the Middle East. The Syrian civil war, with its local and global consequences, is the most destructive of these events. Social and economic aspects of the effects of the Syrian civil war were discussed in detail. However, the change in forensic postmortem case pattern of neighboring countries remains unclear. Here, we aim to discuss the effects of the Syrian civil war on forensic postmort...

Moral Injury, Substance Use, and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms Among Military Personnel: An Examination of Trait Mindfulness as a Moderator.

Mindfulness-based approaches have been suggested as possible methods to treat moral injury in military personnel. However, empirical research has yet to evaluate if mindfulness acts as a protective factor for the possible negative effects of moral injury, such as alcohol use, drug use, or posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms. In this study, we investigated if five facets of mindfulness (i.e., observing, nonjudging, nonreactivity, awareness, and describing) moderated associations between moral injur...

Pursuing dignified food security through novel collaborative governance initiatives: Perceived benefits, tensions and lessons learned.

Food security governance is broadening and diversifying, resulting in organizations coming together in novel collaborative actions, despite little history of working together. Alternative food initiatives coexist alongside traditional charitable, emergency-based approaches. Tensions can arise between approaches and collaborating organizations due to differences in philosophy, priorities, constraints and practices. There is limited knowledge on how converging interests are interacting with one another within...


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