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A prefix brachial plexus with two trunks and one anterior cord.

The brachial plexus presents a great variability in formation, division and branching pattern. Its variants are of immense importance during axillary and arm surgery and nerve blockade. The current case highlights a unilateral atypical formation of brachial plexus, the so called prefix, in which the C₄ root contributed a large branch to the superior trunk and further anastomosis with the inferior trunk. Thus, the prefix or high brachial plexus consisted of a superior and inferior trunk and one anterior co...


Intratumour heterogeneity of p53 expression; causes and consequences.

Genomic alterations in different types of cancer have been identified by comprehensive sequencing methodologies, revealing TP53 as the most frequently mutated gene across the majority of human cancer types. Cytotoxic treatments are still major cancer therapy strategies but cancer recurrence due to therapy resistance is a major challenge. Resistant cell populations may be associated with TP53 mutant clones exhibiting abnormal p53 expression patterns in tumours. Given data that levels of mutant p53 influence ...

Degradation studies of quetiapine fumarate by LC-DAD and MS/MS methods.

Quetiapine fumarate (QUE) is an antipsychotic agent that has a chemical structure that can undergo degradation, therefore, it is important to study its stability using appropriate analytical tools. Knowledge of the stability profile of a drug is important since the chemical degradation of the active component often results in a loss of potency, affecting its efficacy and safety. The current work reports degradation studies of QUE as drug substance, under different stress conditions such as oxidation, hydrol...


Safely surrendered infants in Los Angeles County: A medically vulnerable population.

As a means to provide safety for a population at great risk of harm through abandonment, every state in the United States now has laws and practices for the safe relinquishment of newborns and infants. However, there is no national database tracking the population of infants surrendered through such programs, and few states monitor these numbers. The primary aim of this study was therefore to examine the descriptive characteristics of infants who have been safely surrendered in a large, socio-economically d...

Ambivalence towards discourse of disaster resilience.

This paper investigates empirically how the international aid community (IAC)-donors and practitioners-considers and implements disaster resilience in a specific country setting, Nepal, and throughout the rest of the world. A key finding is that there is ambivalence about a concept that has become a discourse. On a global level, the IAC utilises the discourse of resilience in a cautiously positive manner as a bridging concept. On a national level, it is being used to influence the Government of Nepal, as we...

The experience of carers of children with Cerebral Palsy living in rural areas of Ghana who have received no rehabilitation services: A qualitative study.

Associations of dietetic management with maternal and neonatal health outcomes in women diagnosed with gestational diabetes: a retrospective cohort study.

In 2010, the recommended diagnostic thresholds for gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) were amended, which has increased GDM diagnoses, as well as pressure on the services involved in GDM management, specifically impacting dietetic workloads. The present study examined the associations between dietetic intervention in women with GDM and maternal and neonatal health outcomes.

A Germylene Supported by Two 2-Pyrrolylphosphane Groups as Precursor to PGeP Pincer Square-Planar Group 10 Metal(II) and T-Shaped Gold(I) Complexes.

An efficient synthesis of 2-ditertbutylphosphanylmethylpyrrole (HpyrmPtBu2), by reacting 2-dimethylaminomethylpyrrole (HpyrmNMe2) with tBu2PH at 135 oC in the absence of any solvent, has allowed the preparation of the new PGeP germylene Ge(pyrmPtBu2)2 (1), by treating GeCl2(dioxane) with LipyrmPtBu2, in which the Ge atom is stabilized by intramolecular interactions with one (solid state) or both (solution) of its phosphane groups. Reactions of germylene 1 with Group 10 metal dichlorido complexes containing ...

Antimetastatic effects of calycosin on osteosarcoma and the underlying mechanism.

Osteosarcoma (OS) refers to a malignant tumor with potential invasiveness and metastasis; however, the current chemotherapy of OS is lacking. Thus, the alternative drug for treating OS is urgent to explore. Calycosin (CC) is evidenced in our previous study to play the anti-OS benefits for suppressing cancer cell proliferation. Consequently, further investigation of CC-medicated anti-invasive and metastatic effects against OS is needed. In the current study, the clinical samples of OS patients were collected...

Linking resting-state networks and social cognition in schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.

Individuals with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder show alterations in functional neural connectivity during rest. However, resting-state network (RSN) disruptions have not been systematically compared between the two disorders. Further, the impact of RSN disruptions on social cognition, a key determinant of functional outcome, has not been studied. Forty-eight individuals with schizophrenia, 46 with bipolar disorder, and 48 healthy controls completed resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging. An...

Outcomes and Complications Following ABO-incompatible Kidney Transplantation Performed after Desensitization by Semi-selective Immunoadsorption.

Due to the current organ shortage, ABO incompatible (ABOi) transplantations have been increasingly performed in recent years. The results seem comparable to those of compatible transplantations, but there have also been reports of increased side effects possibly due to the desensitization therapy.

CAGI SickKids challenges: Assessment of phenotype and variant predictions derived from clinical and genomic data of children with undiagnosed diseases.

Whole genome sequencing (WGS) holds great potential as a diagnostic test. However, the majority of patients currently undergoing WGS lack a molecular diagnosis, largely due to the vast number of undiscovered disease genes and our inability to assess the pathogenicity of most genomic variants. The CAGI SickKids challenges attempted to address this knowledge gap by assessing state-of-the-art methods for clinical phenotype prediction from genomes. CAGI4 and CAGI5 participants were provided with WGS data and cl...

EEG-based outcome prediction after cardiac arrest with convolutional neural networks: Performance and visualization of discriminative features.

Prognostication for comatose patients after cardiac arrest is a difficult but essential task. Currently, visual interpretation of electroencephalogram (EEG) is one of the main modality used in outcome prediction. There is a growing interest in computer-assisted EEG interpretation, either to overcome the possible subjectivity of visual interpretation, or to identify complex features of the EEG signal. We used a one-dimensional convolutional neural network (CNN) to predict functional outcome based on 19-chann...

Data-driven self-calibration and reconstruction for non-cartesian wave-encoded single-shot fast spin echo using deep learning.

Current self-calibration and reconstruction methods for wave-encoded single-shot fast spin echo imaging (SSFSE) requires long computational time, especially when high accuracy is needed.

Nested case-control data analysis using weighted conditional logistic regression in The Environmental Determinants of Diabetes in the Young (TEDDY) study: A novel approach.

A nested case-control (NCC) design within a prospective cohort study can realize substantial benefits for biomarker studies. In this context, it is natural to consider the sample availability in the selection of controls to minimize data loss when implementing the design. However, this violates the randomness required for the selection, and it leads to biased analyses. An inverse probability weighting may improve the analysis, but the current approach using weighted Cox regression fails to maintain the bene...

The walking cane length influences the postural sway of community-dwelling older women.

Mobility-related problems in older people may be relieved by the use of walking canes. However, the influence of the cane length on the postural stability of cane users has not been explored.

Photoinduced energy- and electron-transfer processes in a side-to-face RuII-porphyrin/perylene-bisimide array.

A side-to-face array DPy-gPBI[Ru(4-tBuTPP)(CO)]2, based on a "green" perylene bisimide chromophore sandwiched between two RuII-porphyrins, has been prepared by self-assembly. Its photophysical properties have been characterized in detail by a combination of steady-state and time-resolved techniques upon selective excitation of the two different components. Different photoinduced processes are observed as a function of the excitation wavelength. Electron transfer quenching is attained upon "red light" excita...

Emerging roles of exosomal miRNAs in breast cancer drug resistance.

Breast cancer (BC), as a heterogeneous disease, is considered as one of the most common malignancies in women worldwide. The resistance of BC cells to therapeutic agents has remained a big challenge in the treatment of BC patients. Some factors such as cytokines, exosomes, and soluble receptors were recognized as crucial agents involved in the development of drug resistance. However, the exact mechanisms underlying the drug resistance is still unknown. There is growing evidence to support the emerging roles...

Atomic-Layer Deposition-Assisted Double-Side Interfacial Engineering for High-Performance Flexible and Stable CsPbBr Perovskite Photodetectors toward Visible Light Communication Applications.

Self-powered photodetectors (PDs) based on inorganic metal halide perovskites are regarded as promising alternatives for the next generation of photodetectors. However, uncontrollable film growth and sluggish charge extraction at interfaces directly limit the sensitivity and response speed of perovskite-based photodetectors. Herein, by assistance of an atomic layer deposition (ALD) technique, CsPbBr perovskite thin films with preferred orientation and enlarged grain size are obtained on predeposited interfa...

Long-Term Effects of Breast Cancer Surgery, Treatment, and Survivor Care.

Women are increasingly surviving breast cancer, but up to 90% experience unexpected long-term sequelae as a result of treatment. Symptoms may include physical, functional, emotional, and psychosocial changes that can dramatically alter the quality of life for breast cancer survivors. Primary care clinicians, including midwives, are likely to care for these women and should be familiar with common symptoms, treatment, and best practices to avoid permanent dysfunction. A holistic approach to assessment, treat...

Bilateral Lower Extremity Type I Complex Regional Pain Syndrome in a 21 yr-old Male After Bilateral Lung Transplant Responsive to Conservative Therapies: A Case Report.

Complex regional pain syndrome [CRPS] is a debilitating condition characterized by pain out of proportion to degree and timing of an injury or event. Symptoms are thought to be sympathetically driven manifesting as hair, nail and skin changes with allodynia. There is currently a lack of evidence and reported cases of CRPS-I developing after organ transplant procedures. Furthermore, there are also very few reported cases of bilateral CRPS-I affecting multiple limbs. This is the first reported case of bilater...

Expanded Practice in Midwifery: Designing, Implementing, and Maintaining Programs.

Advances in health care science and delivery, coupled with patient need for access to care, have driven expanded practice in midwifery for decades. The process for development and implementation of expanded practices for midwives and midwifery practices is described. Important components include assessment of need, identifying stakeholders and supporters, development of a program proposal, obtaining privileges, developing training programs, and conducting ongoing quality management and program evaluation. E...

Assessing the role of extracellular signal-regulated kinases 1 and 2 in volume overload-induced cardiac remodelling.

Volume overload (VO) and pressure overload (PO) induce differential cardiac remodelling responses including distinct signalling pathways. Extracellular signal-regulated kinases 1 and 2 (ERK1/2), key signalling components in the mitogen-activated protein kinase pathways (MAPK), modulate cardiac remodelling during pressure overload (PO). This study aimed to assess their role in VO-induced cardiac remodelling as this was unknown.

Non-pharmacological interventions to reduce depressive symptoms in women with breast cancer.

To describe and discuss the results of non-pharmacological interventions (NPI) adjuvants in the treatment of depressive symptoms among women with breast cancer (BC).

Strategies to Counteract Botulinum Neurotoxin A: Nature's Deadliest Biomolecule.

Botulinum neurotoxin serotype A (BoNT/A), marketed commercially as Botox, is the most toxic substance known to man with an estimated intravenous lethal dose (LD) of 1-2 ng/kg in humans. Despite its widespread use in cosmetic and medicinal applications, no postexposure therapeutics are available for the reversal of intoxication in the event of medical malpractice or bioterrorism. Accordingly, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention categorizes BoNT/A as a Category A pathogen, posing the highest risk t...


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