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Salt-and-Pepper Noise Sign on Fat-Fraction Maps by Chemical-Shift-Encoded MRI: A Useful Sign to Differentiate Bone Islands From Osteoblastic Metastases-A Preliminary Study.

The objective of our study was to assess the diagnostic utility of the "salt-and-pepper noise" sign on fat-fraction maps by chemical-shift-encoded MRI (CSE-MRI) compared with the halo sign on fat-suppressed T2-weighted imaging and mean attenuation on CT for differentiating bone islands from osteoblastic metastases. Twenty-nine patients with 43 sclerotic vertebral bone marrow lesions (26 osteoblastic metastases, 17 bone islands) were included retrospectively. All patients underwent CT and MRI, including a C...


Cholecalciferol and calcifediol for vitamin D supplementation.

Bisphosphonates and lower mortality risk: when it sounds to be good to be true ….


Comments on Kanis et al.: Algorithm for the management of patients at low, high, and very high risk of osteoporotic fractures.

Combination of ultra-early hematoma growth and blend sign for predicting hematoma expansion and functional outcome.

Ultra-early hematoma growth (uHG) in acute intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) has been well established and can improve spot sign in the prediction of hematoma expansion (HE) and poor outcome. This study aimed to investigate whether uHG can improve blend sign as a promising combining marker to stratify HE and poor outcome.

The moral case for sign language education.

Here, a moral case is presented as to why sign languages such as Auslan should be made compulsory in general school curricula. Firstly, there are significant benefits that accrue to individuals from learning sign language. Secondly, sign language education is a matter of justice; the normalisation of sign language education and use would particularly benefit marginalised groups, such as those living with a communication disability. Finally, the integration of sign languages into the curricula would enable t...

Correction to: European guidance for the diagnosis and management of osteoporosis in postmenopausal women.

The original version of this article, published on 15 October 2018, unfortunately, contained a mistake.

Evolution of our understanding of the aVR sign.

In patients presenting with signs and symptoms of an acute coronary syndrome (ACS) the combination of multilead ST depression and ST elevation in lead aVR, the electrocardiographic "aVR sign," has been associated with severe left main coronary artery stenosis or diffuse coronary artery disease and a high risk of death. Recent guidelines even suggest that the aVR sign may represent an ST-elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) equivalent and therefore, an indication for emergent cardiac catheterization and r...

Practical tips for prescribing exercise for fall prevention.

There is strong evidence from meta-analyses that exercise as a single intervention can reduce the number and risk of falls in community-dwelling older adults, yet not all types of exercise are equal.

Perspectives on the non-invasive evaluation of femoral strength in the assessment of hip fracture risk.

We reviewed the experimental and clinical evidence that hip bone strength estimated by BMD and/or finite element analysis (FEA) reflects the actual strength of the proximal femur and is associated with hip fracture risk and its changes upon treatment.

MRI Punctate Sign and CTA Spot Sign for Primary Intracerebral Hemorrhage.

Gas Bubble Escape Sign: A New Intraoperative Sign to Predict Immediate Visual Quality After Small Incision Lenticule Extraction.

To describe a new intraoperative sign called the "gas bubble escape" (GBE) sign to predict the ease of dissection and immediate postoperative quality of vision after small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE).

The "sleeper's sign" is valid and suggestive of a medial sub-meniscal flap tear.

To describe, evaluate and validate the diagnostic performance of a new clinical sign, the sleeper's sign, for the diagnosis of a medial submeniscal flap tear (MSMFT).

CT Halo sign: A systematic review.

The CT Halo sign or Halo sign (HS) refers to ground-glass opacity surrounding a nodule or mass in the lung parenchyma. We conducted a systematic review to find the etiological associations of HS. We also evaluated the diagnostic performances of HS for invasive fungal infections (IFI) in immunosuppressed patients.

COPD as an independent risk factor for osteoporosis and fractures.

Fractures are common in individuals with COPD and occur at higher bone mass values than expected. COPD appears to be an important risk factor for bone fragility.

Eliminating vascular interference from the Spot Sign contributes to predicting hematoma expansion in individuals with spontaneous cerebral hemorrhages.

The computed tomography angiography (CTA) Spot Sign is an effective means of predicting hematoma expansion (HE) in the context of spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH). We investigated whether continuous CTA source images could differentiate the Spot Sign and blood vessels in the hematoma, and whether it would improve Spot Sign accuracy as an HE predictor. We screened for the presence of CTA Spot Sign in individuals affected by spontaneous ICH within 24 h of symptom development. Based on our findings,...

Bone mineral density gains with a second 12-month course of romosozumab therapy following placebo or denosumab.

Romosozumab is a therapy that stimulates bone formation and reduces bone resorption. In this study of postmenopausal women with low BMD, a second course of romosozumab following a period off treatment or on denosumab increased or maintained BMD, respectively, and was well tolerated, providing insight into treatment sequence options.

How to evaluate agreement between quantitative measurements.

When a method comparison study is performed, the aim is to evaluate the agreement of measurements of different methods. We present the Bland-Altman plot with limits of agreement as the correct analysis methodology. We also discuss other scaled and unscaled indices of agreement and commonly used inappropriate approaches.

From sign-tracking to attentional bias: Implications for gambling and substance use disorders.

Sign-tracking behavior in Pavlovian autoshaping is known to be a relevant index of the incentive salience attributed to reward-related cues. Evidence has accumulated to suggest that animals that exhibit a sign-tracker phenotype are especially vulnerable to addiction and relapse due to their proneness to attribute incentive salience to drug cues, and their relatively weak cognitive and attentional control over their behavior. Interestingly, sign-tracking is also influenced by reward uncertainty in a way that...

Understanding patients' preferences for osteoporosis treatment: the impact of patients' characteristics on subgroups and latent classes.

This study revealed patterns in osteoporosis patients' treatment preferences, which cannot be related to socio-demographic or clinical characteristics, implicating unknown underlying reasons. Therefore, to improve quality of care and treatment, patients should have an active role in treatment choice, irrespective of their characteristics.

Comparing EWGSOP2 and FNIH Sarcopenia Definitions: Agreement and Three-Year Survival Prognostic Value in Older Hospitalized Adults. The GLISTEN Study.

Sarcopenia is common among older hospitalized adults but estimates vary according to definitions used. Aims of this study were to investigate the agreement between the European Working Group on Sarcopenia in Older People (EWGSOP2) and the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health (FNIH) Sarcopenia Project criteria and to compare the predictive value of both definitions for 3-year mortality.

Socio-economic inequalities in fragility fracture outcomes: a systematic review and meta-analysis of prognostic observational studies.

Individuals with low socio-economic status (SES) have a higher risk of dying following hip fracture compared with individuals with high SES. Evidence on social inequalities in non-hip fractures is lacking as well as evidence on the impact of SES on health-related quality of life post fracture.

Patient engagement in clinical guidelines development: input from > 1000 members of the Canadian Osteoporosis Patient Network.

Patient engagement in clinical guidelines development is essential. The results of a self-administered online survey identified themes important to people living with osteoporosis and will inform the development of Osteoporosis Canada clinical guidelines recommendations.

Exposure to oral bisphosphonates and risk of gastrointestinal cancer.

Few studies have explored the association of oral bisphosphonate exposure and gastrointestinal cancer within Asian populations. In this study, we investigated 45,397 Korean women from the nationwide population-based cohort from 2002 to 2013. Oral bisphosphonate exposure did not appear to be associated with elevated or reduced risk for gastrointestinal cancer.

Kyphosis and 3-year fall risk in community-dwelling older men.

Hyperkyhosis is thought to be a fall risk factor in older adults. This large study of older men found that fall risk increased with greater kyphosis measured with the blocks method, but did not find an association between kyphosis and falls when measured by the commonly used the Cobb angle method.


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