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Recurrent Severe Hypoinsulinemic Hypoglycemia Responsive to Temozolomide and Bevacizumab in a Patient With Doege-Potter Syndrome.

Nonislet cell tumor hypoglycemia is rare. We highlight the diagnosis and treatment of recurrent severe hypoglycemia in a 49-year-old woman with malignant solitary fibrous tumor of the pleura (Doege-Potter syndrome). The clinical, laboratory and radiologic findings of the case are presented and a brief literature review is provided. Of note, imaging studies showed a large mass in the right hemithorax and pathology and immunehistochemical stains confirmed a malignant solitary fibrous tumor of the pleura. She ...


Eric Vatikiotis-Bateson (1952-2017).

Eric Ko on Combining Radiation Therapy With Immunotherapy to Treat Non-Small-Cell Lung Cancer.


Review of Eric Plemons, The Look of a Woman: Facial Feminization Surgery and the Aims of Trans-Medicine.

Carbapenem-resistant Gram-negative bacteria associated with catheter-related bloodstream infections in three intensive care units in Egypt.

We aimed to identify the carbapenem-resistant Gram-negative bacteria (GNB) causing catheter-related bloodstream infections (CRBSI) in intensive care units (ICU) in a tertiary care Egyptian hospital, to study their resistance mechanisms by phenotypic and genetic tests, and to use ERIC-PCR for assessing their relatedness. The study was conducted over 2 years in three ICUs in a tertiary care hospital in Egypt during 2015-2016. We identified 194 bloodstream infections (BSIs); 130 (67.01%) were caused by GNB, o...

Occurrence of Salmonella genomic island 1 (SGI1) in two African Proteus mirabilis strains isolated from diseased chicken flocks.

Two P. mirabilis strains, PmSHR21 and PmSHR38, were collected from chicken flocks in Sharkia Governorate, Egypt in 2016. The two strains showed multidrug-resistance (MDR) phenotypes and were detected to harbour I) floR and sul1 genes conferring resistance to florfenicol and chloramphenicol, and sulfonamides, respectively, II) a ~1.9 kbp class 1 integron containing aadA2-lnuF genes conferring resistance to spectinomycin and streptomycin, and lincosamides, respectively. Interestingly, the two strains were d...

Mind the Gap: From Tool to Knowledge Base.

With the ethical, legal, and societal issues (ELSI) Knowledge Base, we introduce a key element of the Biobanking and Biomolecular Resources Research Infrastructure-European Research Infrastructure Consortium (BBMRI-ERIC) Common Service ELSI, which provides ethical, legal, and societal support for researchers and biobankers involved in transnational research. In contrast to the customized support provided by the ELSI Helpdesk, the ELSI Knowledge Base will be available to the user on a self-serve basis. The i...

Husserlian Phenomenology as a Kind of Introspection.

The thesis of this article is that Husserl's proposed method for intuitively exploring the essential or laws of consciousness is a kind of introspection. After a first reflection on the meaning of "introspection," four elements of Husserl's methodology are introduced: the principle of all principles, , phenomenological reduction, and eidetic variation. These features are then individually related to six common features Eric Schwitzgebel mentions in his definition of introspection in the . The explanation o...

Benign tumours and tumour like lesions of bone.

Over the last century, there has been a remarkable development in the study of benign bone tumours. This is primarily due to the improved knowledge of the nature of these lesions and improved imaging technology. They present as a diverse group of clinical and pathological entities, which vary in their clinical behaviour and aggressiveness and, hence, multidisciplinary approach is necessary in their management. Combined opinion from an orthopaedic surgeon, radiologist and a pathologist is therefore required....

The effects of array structure and secondary cognitive task demand on processes of visual search.

Many aspects of our everyday behaviour require that we search for objects. However, in real situations search is often conducted while internal and external factors compete for our attention resources. Cognitive distraction interferes with our ability to search for targets, increasing search times. Here we consider whether effects of cognitive distraction interfere differentially with three distinct phases of search: initiating search, overtly scanning through items in the display, and verifying that the ob...

Antinociceptive effects of the antidepressant phenelzine are mediated by context-dependent inhibition of neuronal responses in the dorsal horn.

The putative strong anti-nociceptive properties of the antidepressant phenelzine (PLZ) have not been widely explored as a treatment for pain. Antinociceptive effects of PLZ were identified in the formalin model of tonic pain (Mifflin et al. 2016) and in allodynia associated with experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis, (EAE) a mouse model of multiple sclerosis (Potter et al. 2016). Here, we further clarify the specific types of stimuli and contexts in which PLZ modulates nociceptive sensitivity. Our findi...

Acupuncture as Add-On Treatment of the Positive, Negative, and Cognitive Symptoms of Patients with Schizophrenia: A Systematic Review.

Schizophrenia is a severe psychiatric disorder that has a large impact on patients' lives. In addition to Western medicine, the use of additional treatments, such as acupuncture, in treating the positive, negative, and cognitive symptoms is increasing.We conducted a systematic review on the use of acupuncture as an add-on treatment for patients with schizophrenia that are in regular care, with a special focus on the treatment of the often accompanying sleep disorders. In this study, we searched the Medline,...

Relative age and ADHD symptoms, diagnosis and medication: a systematic review.

There is a growing international literature investigating the relationship between attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and younger relative age within the school year, but results have been mixed. There are no published systematic reviews on this topic. This study aimed to systematically review the published studies on the relative age effect in ADHD. Systematic database searches of: Medline, Embase, PsycINFO, Web of Science, ERIC, Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection and The Cochrane L...

Interaction of palladium inorganic salt and organic complex with glutathione content of liver homogenate.

Glutathione is an essential antioxidant of living organism that provides a primary protection against metals toxicity. A significant amount of glutathione is present in blood erythrocytes, plasma and liver hepatocytes to protect them from oxidative damage from both external and internal oxidants. Metalo-element palladium has numerous pharmacological, clinical and toxicological compensations, like palladium is used as anti-viral, anti-bacterial, neuro-protective and anti-tumor agent. However studies have als...

A young testicular microenvironment protects Leydig cells against age-related dysfunction in a mouse model of premature aging.

Testicular Leydig cells (LCs) are the primary source of circulating androgen in men. As men age, circulating androgen levels decline. However, whether reduced LC steroidogenesis results from specific effects of aging within LCs or reflects degenerative alterations to the wider supporting microenvironment is unclear; inability to separate intrinsic LC aging from that of the testicular microenvironment in vivo has made this question difficult to address. To resolve this, we generated novel mouse models of pre...

Lelliottia jeotgali sp. nov., isolated from a traditional Korean fermented clam.

Strain PFL01was isolated from traditional Korean fermented clam, jogae-jeotgal, and characterized. The strain was a facultative anaerobic, Gram-stain-negative bacterium that was rod-shaped, motile and beige-pigmented. The phylogenetic sequence analysis based on the 16S rRNA gene from PFL01revealed that it was closely related to Lelliottia nimipressuralis LMG 10245and Lelliottia amnigena LMG 2784with 99.3 and 99.3 % sequence identities, respectively. Multilocus sequence type analysis of concatenated partia...

Mental Health Care Interventions in Child Welfare: Integrative Review of Evidence-Based Literature.

Many of the youths living in vulnerable environments in child welfare settings are in need of psychiatric treatment as well as child protection services. There is an urgent demand for closer collaboration between these two sectors in order to ensure more effective work in child welfare regarding to mental health care interventions is provided. The aim of this integrative review was to describe the evidence-based literature related to mental health care interventions provided in child welfare. Seven database...

Does health literacy mediate the relationship between socioeconomic status and health disparities? Integrative review.

While socioeconomic disparities are among the most fundamental causes of health disparities, socioeconomic status (SES) does not impact health directly. One of the potential mediating factors that link SES and health is health literacy (HL). Yet although HL can be considered a modifiable risk factor of socioeconomic disparities in health, the relationship between SES, HL and health disparities is not well understood. This study reviewed the evidence regarding the mediating role of HL in the relationship bet...

Genetic Diversity of Pseudomonas savastanoi pv. savastanoi in California and Characterization of Epidemiological Factors for Olive Knot Development.

Olive knot, caused by Pseudomonas savastanoi pv. savastanoi, is a limiting disease in the production of table and oil olives in California. The genetic variability among 152 strains from major production areas of California was determined using BOX, ERIC, and REP primers in repetitive element sequence-based polymerase chain reaction. Overall genetic variability was low, and strains shared at least 82% similarity. Phenetic analyses identified several genotypes but most strains belonged to one of two major gr...

The effectiveness of short answers test papers in evaluating academic nursing programs: A review of the literature.

Short answer tests (SAT) are an assessment that examines nursing students' knowledge and can be used to evaluate expectations for student educational success. The purpose of this literature review is to combine the best available evidence as to whether short answer test papers meet nursing facility curricula learning outcomes. A literature review was performed consisting of data bases which included; ERIC, SCOPUS, CINAHL MEDLINE, COCHRANE LIBRARY and JOHANNA BIGGS INSTITUTE (JBI). The following keywords wer...

Belongingness and its implications for undergraduate health professions education: a scoping review.

Belongingness is well recognised within higher education to have an important influence on the performance and well-being of learners. There appears to be little awareness of its importance in undergraduate health professions education. To identify how belongingness has been defined and measured, its impact on the performance and well-being of learners, and how it can be fostered in educational settings. A scoping review to map the published research in the wider higher education literature (including under...

Effectiveness of Adolescent Peer Education Programs on Reducing HIV/STI Risk: An Integrated Review.

There is empirical evidence suggesting that peer education is efficacious in changing adolescent sexual risk behaviors; however, it is unclear if there are similarities in outcomes across studies. Thus, the purpose of this review was to synthesize published research on peer-led HIV/STI intervention programs for adolescents in an effort to determine the efficacy of peer education on knowledge, attitudes, normative beliefs, and sexual behavior. Data collection included online searches of published research fr...

Latest Advances in Cardiac Valvular Replacement.

The original monograph on valvular prostheses in Surgical Technology International was published in 1993. It represents a milestone and a reference point for critically organizing information on a complex and rapidly evolving topic. The last update was published in 2010. Since then, there have been significant developments regarding both "traditional" surgical prosthesis and valves for transcatheter implantation. Both bioprostheses and mechanical prostheses continue to evolve with respect to both their desi...

Simulation for Training and Assessment in Hysteroscopy: a Systematic Review.

Hysteroscopy simulation complements conventional training on patients, yet evidence-based recommendations about its implementation and use are lacking. This systematic review analyzes and critically discusses hysteroscopy simulation literature published over the last 30 years. Systematic searches on PubMed, Embase, PsychINFO, ERIC, and the Cochrane Library produced 27 original articles published through 2017. Strategies based on different simulation models (eg, vegetables, synthetic uteri, virtual reality) ...

Understanding women's, caregivers', and providers' experiences with home-based records: A systematic review of qualitative studies.

Mothers, caregivers, and healthcare providers in 163 countries have used paper and electronic home-based records (HBRs) to facilitate primary care visit. These standardized records have the potential to empower women, improve the quality of care for mothers and children and reduce health inequities. This review examines experiences of women, caregivers and providers with home-based records for maternal and child health and seeks to explore the feasibility, acceptability, affordability and equity of these in...


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