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The Value of Plastic Surgeon Spinal Closures: A Review of 782 Spine Cases.

The role of the plastic surgeon in wound management after complications from previous spinal surgeries is well established.


Phthalate pollution driven by the industrial plastics market: a case study of the plastic market in Yuyao City, China.

In attempts to evaluate the environmental risk produced by plastic markets, the levels and congener profiles of phthalate esters (PAEs) in soil, vegetable, and sediment samples collected from the plastic market in China, where numerous plastic products are exchanged every year, were investigated. The concentrations of ∑PAEs ranged from 2131 to 27,805 ng g in agricultural soils, from 8023 to 37,556 ng g in vegetables and from 9031 to 87,329 ng g in sediments. The predominant PAE pollutants were di-(2...

Understanding plastics pollution: The role of economic development and technological research.

Our world is awash with plastic. The massive increase in plastics production, combined with a shift to single-use, disposable plastics and widespread mismanagement of plastic waste, has created a huge "tragedy of the commons" (Hardin, 1968) in our oceans, seas and waterways. Plastics pollution is now a global externality that damages ecosystems, curtails biodiversity and ultimately has the potential to affect everyone on the planet. Although waste output is often modelled separately from environmental pollu...


A Dedicated Quarterly Research Meeting Increases Resident Research Productivity.

Research is a vital component of a plastic surgery residency. Residents participating in research are better able to critically evaluate literature, allowing them to stay current throughout their careers. Programs benefit from increased research by increasing their academic reputation and attracting stronger applicants. To discuss ongoing research projects, foster collaboration, and encourage resident involvement, a quarterly research meeting was implemented within our division. We report the effectiveness ...

Structural and Functional Analysis of the CAPS SNARE-Binding Domain Required for SNARE Complex Formation and Exocytosis.

Exocytosis of synaptic vesicles and dense-core vesicles requires both the Munc13 and CAPS (Ca-dependent activator proteins for secretion) proteins. CAPS contains a soluble N-ethylmaleimide-sensitive factor attachment protein receptor (SNARE)-binding region (called the DAMH domain), which has been found to be essential for SNARE-mediated exocytosis. Here we report a crystal structure of the CAPS-1 DAMH domain at 2.9-Å resolution and reveal a dual role of CAPS-1 in SNARE complex formation. CAPS-1 plays an in...

Validation of the Spanish-language Cardiff Anomalous Perception Scale.

The Cardiff Anomalous Perceptions Scale (CAPS) is a psychometric measure of hallucinatory experience. It has been widely used in English and used in initial studies in Spanish but a full validation study has not yet been published. We report a validation study of the Spanish-language CAPS, conducted in both Spain and Colombia to cover both European and Latin American Spanish. The Spanish-language version of the CAPS was produced through back translation with slight modifications made for local dialects. In ...

Characterization of the Plastic Scintillation Detector Exradin W2 for Small Field Dosimetry.

Small field dosimetry has been an active area of research for over a decade. It is now known that large dosimetric errors can be introduced if proper detectors or correction factors are not used. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) through the technical report series No. 483 provides guidelines for small field dosimetry procedures as well as correction factors for most detectors available in the market. The plastic scintillator detector (PSD) Exradin W1 has been found to have a correction factor c...

Patient versus proxy response on global health scales: no meaningful DIFference.

Assessment of outcomes from a proxy is often substituted for the patient's self-report when the patient is unable or unwilling to report their status. Research has indicated that proxies over-report symptoms on the patient's behalf. This study aimed to quantify the extent of proxy-introduced bias on the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System Global Health (PROMIS GH) scale for mental (GMH) and physical (GPH) scores.

Removal of low levels of Cu from ongoing sources in the presence of other elements - Implications for remediated contaminated sediments.

Mesocosms were used to investigate the effects of Cu influx, alone and in the presence of other elements, on sediments remediated by active caps, passive caps, and in situ treatment. Competitive interactions between Cu and other elements were investigated because contaminants often co-occur. Elements in surface water remained at significantly lower concentrations in mesocosms with apatite and mixed amendment caps than in mesocosms with passive sand caps or uncapped sediment. Element concentrations in Lumbri...

The First Case Series of Cryopyrin-Associated Periodic Syndrome in Korea.

Cryopyrin-associated periodic syndrome (CAPS) is a hereditary autoinflammatory syndrome caused by mutations in (encoding cryopyrin), which presents with fever, fatigue and arthralgia. Thus far, however there have been no reports of CAPS in Korea. Herein, we report 3 cases of CAPS for the first time in Korea. The first case, a 28-year-old man with recurrent urticaria, arthralgia and fever induced by cold, all of which were observed in his father, showed elevated erythrocyte sedimentation rate and C-reactive...

Sorption behaviors of phenanthrene, nitrobenzene, and naphthalene on mesoplastics and microplastics.

The occurrence of plastic particles in aquatic environment has led to enormous concern in the past few years. The sorption behaviors of harmful organic compounds by plastic particles can increase their concentrations by several orders of magnitude influencing their global transport in the marine environment. Five types of mesoplastics (5-20 mm) and five types of microplastics (

Association Between Pharmacy Closures and Adherence to Cardiovascular Medications Among Older US Adults.

It is unknown whether and how pharmacy closures alter medication adherence.

The Importance of Reproducibility in Plastic Surgery Research.

With the advent of big data and database-driven research, the need for reproducible methods has become especially relevant. Given the rise of evidence-based practice, it is crucial to ensure that findings making use of big data can be consistently replicated by other physician-scientists. A call for transparency and reproducibility must occur at the individual, institutional, and national levels. Given the rising popularity of national and large databases in research, the responsibility of authors to ensure...

A novel knock-in mouse model of CAPS that develops amyloidosis: therapeutic efficacy of proton pump inhibitors.

Cryopyrin associated periodic syndromes (CAPS) are a group of autoinflammatory diseases linked to gain-of-function mutations in the NLRP3 gene which cause uncontrolled IL-1β secretion. Proton pump inhibitors (PPIs), commonly used as inhibitors of gastric acid production, also display anti-inflammatory properties, protect mice from sepsis, and prevent IL-1β secretion by CAPS monocytes.

Are we speaking the same language? Recommendations for a definition and categorization framework for plastic debris.

The accumulation of plastic litter in natural environments is a global issue. Concerns over potential negative impacts on the economy, wildlife, and human health provide strong incentives for improving the sustainable use of plastics. Despite the many voices raised on the issue, we lack a consensus on how to define and categorize plastic debris. This is evident for microplastics, where inconsistent size classes are used, and where the materials to be included are under debate. While this is inherent in an e...

Global, Regional, National, and Subnational Big Data to Inform Health Equity Research: Perspectives from the Global Burden of Disease Study 2017.

Everyone deserves a long and healthy life, but in reality, health outcomes differ across populations. We use results from the Global Burden of Disease Study 2017 (GBD 2017) to report patterns in the burden of diseases, injuries, and risks at the global, regional, national, and subnational level, and by sociodemographic index (SDI), from 1990 to 2017.

A 61% lighter cell culture dish to reduce plastic waste.

Cell culture is a ubiquitous and flexible research method. However, it heavily relies on plastic consumables generating millions of tonnes of plastic waste yearly. Plastic waste is a major and growing global concern. Here we describe a new cell culture dish that offers a culture area equivalent to three petri dishes but that is on average 61% lighter and occupies 67% less volume. Our dish is composed of a lid and three thin containers surrounded by a light outer shell. Cell culture can be performed in each ...

Fisheries management in the face of uncertainty: Designing time-area closures that are effective under multiple spatial patterns of fishing effort displacement in an estuarine gill net fishery.

A commonly cited reason for the failure of time-area closures to achieve fisheries management goals is the displacement of fishing effort from inside the closure into the surrounding area still open to fishing. Designing time-area closures that are predicted to achieve management goals under multiple spatial patterns of effort redistribution will increase chances of success. Using data from an estuarine gill net fishery, we tested if there are time-area closures predicted to reduce bycatch of two protected ...

Estimating the mass of chemicals associated with ocean plastic pollution to inform mitigation efforts.

Plastic pollution in the marine environment is well documented. What remains less recognized and understood are the chemicals associated with it. Plastics enter the ocean with unreacted monomers, oligomers and additives, which can leach over time. Moreover, plastics sorb organic and inorganic chemicals from surrounding seawater, e.g., polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and metals. Thus, interception and clean-up of plastics reduces the amount of chemical contaminants entering or re-entering the oceans, and re...

Combining chemical synthesis and enzymatic methylation to access short RNAs with various 5' caps.

Eukaryotic RNAs are heavily processed including co- and post-transcriptional formation of various 5' caps. In snRNAs and snoRNAs the canonical m7G cap is hypermethylated at the N2-position while in higher eukaryotes and viruses 2'-O-methylation of the first transcribed nucleotide yields the cap1 structure. The function and potential dynamics of several RNA-cap modifications has not been fully elucidated, necessitating preparative access to these caps. However, introduction of these modifications during chem...

Risk assessment of plastic pollution on marine diversity in the Mediterranean Sea.

Plastic marine pollution is an increasing threat to global marine diversity. Quantifying this threat is particularly difficult and complex, especially when evaluating multiple species with different ecological requirements. Here, we examine the semi-enclosed basin of the Mediterranean Sea where the inputs of plastic pollution and its impact on marine diversity are still widely unknown. Eighty-four species from six taxonomic classes were evaluated to assess the risk of ingesting plastic marine debris, integr...

Growing research in global surgery with an eye towards equity.

Global surgery research is often generated through collaborative partnerships between researchers from both low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) and high-income countries (HICs). Inequitable engagement of LMIC collaborators can limit the impact of the research.

Epilepsy as a derailment of sleep plastic functions may cause chronic cognitive impairment - A theoretical review.

We report on a peculiar way of chronic cognitive impairment associated with interictal epileptic activity during NREM sleep. We review three major groups of epilepsy: mesiotemporal epilepsy (MTLE) involving the epileptic derailment of the hippocampal declarative memory system; childhood developmental epileptic encephalopathies; and the spectrum disorders of the perisylvian communication network with the centrotemporal spike phenomenon, overarching child- and adulthood epilepsies, totaling up the majority of...

What Do Plastic Surgery Patients Think of Financial Conflicts of Interest and the Sunshine Act?

The purpose of this study was to evaluate patients' views of conflicts of interest (COI) and their comprehension of recent legislation known as the Physician Payments Sunshine Act. This report constitutes the first evaluation of plastic surgery patients' views on COI and the government-mandated Sunshine Act.

Exploration of Practice Patterns in Exstrophy Closures: A Comparison between Surgical Specialties using a National and Institutional Database.

To compare the surgical subspecialties performing bladder exstrophy (BE) closures and characterize their practice patterns using both a national and institutional database.


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