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Remplissage Versus Modified Latarjet for Off-Track Hill-Sachs Lesions With Subcritical Glenoid Bone Loss.

Off-track Hill-Sachs lesions have been associated with high rates of recurrent shoulder instability. Both arthroscopic Bankart with remplissage and modified Latarjet have been described to treat off-track Hill-Sachs lesions. However, few comparative studies exist between the 2 techniques in heterogeneous populations.


Julius Sachs (1868): The father of plant physiology.

The year 2018 marks the 150th anniversary of the first publication of Julius von Sachs' (1832-1897) Lehrbuch der Botanik (Textbook of Botany), which provided a comprehensive summary of what was then known about the plant sciences. Three years earlier, in 1865, Sachs produced the equally impressive Handbuch der Experimental-Physiologie der Pflanzen (Handbook of Experimental Plant Physiology), which summarized the state of knowledge in all aspects of the discipline known today as plant physiology. Both of the...

Glenohumeral Dislocation With Engaging Hill-Sachs Lesion.

A 20-year-old military cadet injured his left shoulder after landing in an abducted and externally rotated arm position while participating in a mandatory obstacle course. Following examination, the individual was taken to the emergency department, where radiographs confirmed an anterior dislocation of the glenohumeral joint and a large Hill-Sachs lesion wedged on the glenoid. Results of noncontrast magnetic resonance imaging and a computed tomography scan confirmed the presence of a large Hill-Sachs lesion...


Black Hole Entropy from Bondi-Metzner-Sachs Symmetry at the Horizon.

Near the horizon, the obvious symmetries of a black hole spacetime-the horizon-preserving diffeomorphisms-are enhanced to a larger symmetry group with a three-dimensional Bondi-Metzner-Sachs algebra. Using dimensional reduction and covariant phase space techniques, I investigate this augmented symmetry and show that it is strong enough to determine the black hole entropy in any dimension.

Using the "Hill-Sachs interval to glenoid track width ratio" for prediction of recurrent instability after arthroscopic Bankart repair.

The glenoid track concept was used to confirm the engaging Hill-Sachs lesion (HSL) as a risk factor for recurrent instability following arthroscopic Bankart repair (ABR). However, the post-operative condition of soft tissue in vivo was not comparable to that designed in the intact condition in vitro in the original study of the glenoid track concept. Herein, the possibility of engagement may be underestimated.

Isolated arthroscopic Bankart repair vs Bankart repair with remplissage for anterior shoulder instability with engaging Hill Sachs lesion: a meta-analysis.

Arthroscopic remplissage of a Hill-Sachs lesion (HSL) associated with a Bankart repair (BR) has been recently introduced as a surgical option to treat chronic anterior shoulder instability. The purpose of this study was to analyze the current literature comparing results of isolated BR versus BR+remplissage in the treatment of anterior shoulder instability with engaging HSL.

Tay-Sachs Disease Presenting as Refractory Epilepsy with Autistic Regression Secondary to a Novel Mutation in HEXA Gene.

Distinct progression patterns of brain disease in infantile and juvenile gangliosidoses: Volumetric quantitative MRI study.

GM1-gangliosidosis and GM2-gangliosidosis (Tay-Sachs disease and Sandhoff disease) are unrelenting heritable neurodegenerative conditions of lysosomal ganglioside accumulation. Although progressive brain atrophy is characteristic, longitudinal quantification of specific brain structures has not been systematically studied.

Clinical Outcome of Arthroscopic Remplissage as Augmentation During Arthroscopic Bankart Repair for Recurrent Anterior Shoulder Instability.

We aimed to assess functional outcomes and postoperative recurrence rate associated with the remplissage procedure used for bone augmentation with Bankart repair in patients with Hill-Sachs lesions after shoulder dislocation.

Organoid Models of Cancer Explode with Possibilities.

Organoids have tremendous promise for modeling human cancers and revealing new biological insights. Sachs et al. (2018), Seino et al. (2018) (in this issue of Cell Stem Cell), and Broutier et al. (2017) derive cancer organoids from breast, pancreas, and liver, respectively, not only reporting new methodologies but also showing their utility for translational and clinical cancer research.

Managing Bony Defects of the Shoulder Joint that Occur in Association with Dislocation.

Defects to the articular surface of the humeral head have been known to be associated with shoulder dislocation since the 19th century. It wasn't until 1934 that the first description of the ubiquitous compression fracture of the posterolateral humeral head that occurs with traumatic anterior instability appeared. From 1940, this defect became referred to as a Hill-Sachs lesion after the investigators who reported the condition. The significance of, and therefore treatment of, these and other such bony defe...

Metabolic Costs of Military Load Carriage over Complex Terrain.

Dismounted military operations often involve prolonged load carriage over complex terrain, which can result in excessive metabolic costs that can directly impair soldiers' performance. Although estimating these demands is a critical interest for mission planning purposes, it is unclear whether existing estimation equations developed from controlled laboratory- and field-based studies accurately account for energy costs of traveling over complex terrain. This study investigated the accuracy of the following ...

Recent advances in the genomics and therapy of BCR/ABL1-positive and -negative chronic myeloproliferative neoplasms.

This review is based on the presentations and deliberations at the 7th John Goldman Chronic Myeloid Leukemia (CML) and Myeloproliferative Neoplasms (MPN) Colloquium which took place in Estoril, Portugal on the 15th October 2017, and the 11th post-ASH International Workshop on CML and MPN which took place on the 6th-7th December 2016, immediately after the 58th American Society of Hematology Annual Meeting. Rather than present a resume of the proceedings, we have elected to address some of the topical transl...

Effect of worker contacts on risk of child maltreatment recurrence among CPS-involved children and families.

The mission and responsibility of child protective services (CPS) is to investigate maltreatment; intervene to protect children from harm; and promote safety, permanency, and well-being (DePanfilis & Salus, 2003; Goldman, Salus, Wolcott, & Kennedy, 2003). In 2015, approximately 7.2 million children in the United States were referred to CPS agencies, and 3.4 million children had an investigation or received an alternative response (US Department of Health & Human Services, 2017). Fluke, Shusterman, Hollinshe...

Surface proximity effect in sedimentation investigated by digital holographic microscopy.

In this paper, we measure the proximity effect of a flat wall on the sedimentation of colloidal particles by the use of digital holographic microscopy (DHM). DHM provides quantitative phase contrast and three-dimensional (3D) imaging in arbitrary time scales that are suitable to investigate various phenomena, including dynamic behavior of colloids. 3D information is obtained by post-processing of the recorded digital holograms through the angular spectrum propagation approach for numerical reconstruction. W...

Kinesin-dependent transport of keratin filaments: a unified mechanism for intermediate filament transport.

Keratin intermediate filaments (IFs) are the major cytoskeletal component in epithelial cells. The dynamics of keratin IFs have been described to depend mostly on the actin cytoskeleton, but the rapid transport of fully polymerized keratin filaments has not been reported. In this work, we used a combination of photoconversion experiments and clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats/clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats-associated protein 9 genome editing to study the rol...

Estimating outflow facility through pressure dependent pathways of the human eye.

We develop and test a new theory for pressure dependent outflow from the eye. The theory comprises three main parameters: (i) a constant hydraulic conductivity, (ii) an exponential decay constant and (iii) a no-flow intraocular pressure, from which the total pressure dependent outflow, average outflow facilities and local outflow facilities for the whole eye may be evaluated. We use a new notation to specify precisely the meaning of model parameters and so model outputs. Drawing on a range of published data...

Systems biology of eukaryotic superorganisms and the holobiont concept.

The founders of modern biology (Jean Lamarck, Charles Darwin, August Weismann etc.) were organismic life scientists who attempted to understand the morphology and evolution of living beings as a whole (i.e., the phenotype). However, with the emergence of the study of animal and plant physiology in the nineteenth century, this "holistic view" of the living world changed and was ultimately replaced by a reductionistic perspective. Here, I summarize the history of systems biology, i.e., the modern approach to ...

The 2016 Bernard Sachs Lecture: Timing in Morphogenesis and Genetic Gradients During Normal Development and in Malformations of the Nervous System.

Nervous system development is quadradimensional. Both normal ontogenesis and developmental malformations are explained in the context of the fourth dimension, timing. Timing of the onset of either the genetic expression of a mutation or an epigenetic event that may be teratogenic is primordial in determining morphogenesis and the forms of malformations with their functional consequences. Multiple genotypes may cause similar phenotypes or a single genotype with different degrees of retained normal genetic ex...


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