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Correction to: Near infrared laser irradiation induces NETosis via oxidative stress and autophagy.

The published online version contains mistake on the author names. The first names and family names were interchanged. Corrected names are shown in the author group section above.


Use of Proprietary Names by Prescribers for Generic Products.

Proprietary names are often used when prescribing drug products in the United States. The purpose of this study is to describe prescribers' use of proprietary names for generic products, branded-generic names, on prescription orders and to identify prescribing practice trends to inform the development and evaluation of new proprietary names.

Design of Brand Names of Medicines Considering Subjects' Preferences.

Only recently, regulations on the names of medicines were developed. Regulations are mainly focused on avoiding the approval of medicine names that may be confusing to others. Furthermore, legal requirements do not include testing for human factors, such as potential users' preferences.


Clostridium difficile and Clostridioides difficile: two validly published and correct names.

The current status of the names Clostridium difficile and Clostridioides difficile is explained in view of the current confusion about the correct name of this well-known pathogen. Both names have been validly published under the provisions of the Prokaryotic Code and both names can be used.

Why are so many effectively published names of prokaryotic taxa never validated?

Nearly half of the new names of prokaryotic taxa between the ranks of subspecies and class that were effectively published in journals other than the International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology (IJSEM) in the period 2014-2017 were never submitted for validation. A survey of such effectively published names that include information on the etymology of the name, a description of the taxon, and for species and subspecies generally at least one culture collection deposit, shows that for mo...

Use of Proprietary Names by Prescribers When Prescribing Over-the-Counter (OTC) Drug Products.

To identify if proprietary names are used by health care practitioners when prescribing over-the-counter (OTC) drug products. These findings can inform evaluation of proposed proprietary names for both prescription and OTC drug products.

Early and multiple-loci divergency of proper and common names: An event-related potential investigation.

We investigated how the brain represents and processes proper and common names by measuring event-related brain potentials (ERPs) while participants performed a lexical decision task. We capitalized on the fact that in Italian proper names require an upper-case initial letter. Stimuli were either in their typical (proper names with upper-case letter and common names with lower-case letter, Teresa, matita 'pencil') or atypical/less frequent written format (proper names with lower-case letter and upper-case w...

Russell DeJong: "The most scholarly neurologist in the Academy".

Russell Nelson DeJong (1907-1990) became professor and chair of the Department of Neurology at the University of Michigan in 1950. A prolific author with more than 200 publications, DeJong wrote on virtually all areas of neurology. DeJong's classic monograph, The Neurologic Examination (1950), grew into an encyclopedic volume from lectures he gave to junior and senior medical students; DeJong saw it through four editions. He was one of the founders of the American Academy of Neurology (AAN), serving as its ...

The rise of medicalization of plants in Brazil: A temporal perspective on vernacular names.

Brazilian plant species used in folk medicine have acquired several popular names related to commercial medicines in recent decades. This fact has directly effect to the medicalization process.

Common Reversal Agents/Antidotes in Small Animal Poisoning.

This article provides a quick source of information for practicing veterinarians for using various antidotes in small animal poisoning cases. For easy access, this information is included in the form of a table. The first column includes common names and/or brand names of different antidotes. In the second column, names of different toxicants or indications for which these antidotes can be used are described. The third column is the comment section that briefly describes salient points or cautions for using...

Correction to: Assessment of ocular toxoplasmosis patients reported at a tertiary center in the northeast of Iran.

Unfortunately, in the original publication of the article, given name and family name of the first and fourth author names were mentioned incorrectly. The exact given name and family name of those author names have been provided in the erratum.

Correction to: Highlights from 2017: impactful topics published in the Annals of Nuclear Medicine.

The author names in the original version of this article were inversed. Correct author names were reflected here.

An evidence-based review on the value of interim FDG-PET in assessing response to therapy in lymphoma.

Assessing response to therapy in lymphoma is important for determining patients' prognosis, guiding subsequent treatment, and may be used as an outcome measure of prognostic and therapeutic trials. Traditionally, computed tomography was the mainstay for response assessment and was predominantly performed at the end of treatment, whereas the most recent guidelines propose F-fluoro-2-deoxy-D-glucose (FDG) positron emission tomography (PET) for this purpose. However, the value of FDG-PET performed during treat...

Gunshot-wound dynamics model for John F. Kennedy assassination.

U.S. President John F. Kennedy was assassinated while riding in an open motorcade by a sniper in Dallas, Texas on 22 November 1963. A civilian bystander, Mr. Abraham Zapruder, filmed the motorcade with a 8-mm home movie camera as it drove through Dealey Plaza, inadvertently recording an ≈8 second sequence of events that included a fatal gunshot wound to the President in the head. The accompanying backward motion of the President's head after impact appeared to support later "conspiracy theories" because i...

Patient's own natural teeth as part of the interim prosthesis on immediately placed single implants in a staged surgical approach.

A technique is described where the tooth's natural crown is used as part of the interim implant supported prosthesis in clinical situations where a tooth with poor prognosis is extracted and an implant is placed immediately after tooth extraction. A preliminary impression is made before tooth extraction, and the exact tooth positioning is assessed in the laboratory as part of the treatment plan. An acrylic resin repositioning jig is fabricated that will guide the clinician in seating and orienting the crown...

Interim Functional Imaging Is an Independent Predictor of Progression-free Survival in Advanced Classical Hodgkin Lymphoma - A Real-world Analysis.

Response-adapted therapy in advanced classical Hodgkin lymphoma (cHL) using interim functional imaging (IFI) is under active investigation.

Gordon F. Murray, MD, January 8, 1939-May 21, 2018.

Dr. Gordon F. Murray was the 44 president of the Society of Thoracic Surgeons and a distinguished member of this profession. He had a major influence on surgery as both Chief of the Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery and Chairman of the Department of Surgery at West Virginia University. An advocate of resident education, he served on the American Board of Thoracic Surgery and the Residency Review Committee, and was President of the Thoracic Surgery Directors Association. He was a tireless worker and leader ...

Francis Forster, the last Horseman: A career in academic neurology.

American neurologist and epileptologist Francis M. Forster (1912-2006) was the last survivor of the "Four Horsemen," a nickname given to the four neurologists-Forster, Abe Baker, Russell DeJong, and Adolph Sahs-who were most instrumental in founding the American Academy of Neurology under Baker's leadership in 1948. Forster was a consulting physician for many high-profile patients, including President Dwight Eisenhower, President Quirino and Archbishop Reyes of the Philippines, Provisional President Lonardi...

Presidential Perspectives: Women's Views From the Top.

This paper presents the perspectives of past presidents of the Health Physics Society who also happen to be women. Only 6 out of 63 Society presidents have been women, and of these six, five are still living and briefly reflect on their experiences here, alongside a brief discussion of the first female president of the Society. These perspectives provide historical insight into the evolution and happenings of the Society as well as adding personal touches to the office of the president that hopefully will e...

Ethnicity estimation using family naming practices.

This paper examines the association between given and family names and self-ascribed ethnicity as classified by the 2011 Census of Population for England and Wales. Using Census data in an innovative way under the new Office for National Statistics (ONS) Secure Research Service (SRS; previously the ONS Virtual Microdata Laboratory, VML), we investigate how bearers of a full range of given and family names assigned themselves to 2011 Census categories, using a names classification tool previously described i...

The association of rainfall and Buruli ulcer in southeastern Australia.

Buruli ulcer has been increasing in incidence in southeastern Australia with unclear transmission mechanisms. We aimed to investigate the link between rainfall and case numbers in two endemic areas of the state of Victoria; the Bellarine and Mornington Peninsulas.

Use of the emergency department by refugees under the Interim Federal Health Program: A health records review.

In June 2012, the federal government made cuts to the Interim Federal Health (IFH) Program that reduced or eliminated health insurance for refugee claimants in Canada. The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of the cuts on emergency department (ED) use among patients claiming IFH benefits.

Board of Directors Names Clare L. Ardern Next JOSPT Editor-in-Chief.

The JOSPT/Movement Science Media (MSM) Board of Directors is pleased to announce its appointment of the first woman Editor-in-Chief (EIC) of the Journal, Clare L. Ardern, PT, PhD. Dr Ardern succeeds J. Haxby Abbott, DPT, PhD, FNZCP, who held this position for 2 years from January 2016 through December 2017. Beginning July 1, 2018 and for the next year, Dr Ardern will work collaboratively as EIC Elect with Guy G. Simoneau, PT, PhD, ATC, FAPTA, who is currently serving as Interim EIC and previously served as ...

Prognostic value of interim fluorodeoxyglucose and fluorothymidine PET/CT in diffuse large B cell lymphoma.

To examine the prognostic value of fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG) and fluorothymidine (FLT) interim positron emission tomography/computed tomography (PET/CT) for diffuse large B cell lymphoma (DLBCL).

Enabling clinicians to easily find location-based travel health recommendations-is innovation needed?

The types of place names and the level of geographic detail that patients report to clinicians regarding their intended travel itineraries vary. The reported place names may not match those in published travel health recommendations, making traveler-specific recommendations potentially difficult and time-consuming to identify. Most published recommendations are at the country level; however, subnational recommendations exist when documented disease risk varies within a country, as for malaria and yellow fev...


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