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An anatomical study to the branching pattern of the posterior interosseous nerve on the dorsal side of the hand.

Partial denervation of the wrist can benefit patients with chronic wrist pain. A complication of partial denervation is loss of proprioception and hypesthesia on the dorsal side of the hand. Our aim is to evaluate whether the sensory branches of the posterior interosseous nerve could contribute to the loss of proprioception and sensation.

The probable reasons of dorsal hump problems following let-down / push-down rhinoplasty and solution proposals.

Hump relapse and its probable reasons or mechanisms have been less discussed after dorsal preservation rhinoplasty. In this paper, the authors would like to share their experiences and solution offers about this subject.

Dorsal Dupuytren's disease: a systematic review of published cases and treatment options.

Dorsal lesions in Dupuytren's disease are rare and data concerning their epidemiology and management are sparse. We conducted a systematic review to summarize reported cases of dorsal Dupuytren's disease. Pubmed, Cochrane, and Embase databases were searched from 1893 to 2018, and 17 articles were selected (525 patients). The male to female ratio was 3.8:1. The dorsal disease was bilateral in 225 patients (50%). The index was the most commonly affected finger (48 patients). The proximal interphalangeal joint...

White matter loss and oligodendrocyte dysfunction in HIV: a consequence of the infection, the antiretroviral therapy or both?

While the severe cognitive effects of HIV-associated dementia have been reduced by combined antiretroviral therapy (cART), nearly half of HIV-positive (HIV+) patients still suffer from some form of HIV-Associated Neurocognitive Disorders (HAND). While frank neuronal loss has been dramatically reduced in HAND patients, white matter loss, including dramatic thinning of the corpus callosum, and loss of volume and structural integrity of myelin persists despite viral control by cART. It remains unclear whether ...

Clinical correlates of hand-held ultrasound-guided assessments of the inferior vena cava in patients with acute decompensated heart failure.

Accurately assessing volume status in acutely decompensated heart failure (ADHF) can be challenging. Inferior vena cava (IVC) dynamics by echocardiography allow indirect assessment of volume status in these patients. Recently introduced hand-held ultrasound devices are promising. We aimed to describe the clinical correlates of volume status assessment using a hand-held ultrasound device in ADHF.

Split Hand: characteristic neurological symptoms in ALS.

'Split hand' is dissociated hand muscle atrophy, characterized by preferential atrophies in the thenar and first dorsal interosseous muscles, with relative sparing of the hypothenar muscle. This symptom has been recognized as specific to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), and distinct pathomechanisms are assumed to underlie this phenomenon. Recently, characteristic distributions of weakness and symptoms in ALS have been reported. Here, we describe characteristic symptoms of ALS, including split hand, spli...

Kinetics of Ringer's Solution In Extracellular Dehydration and Hemorrhage.

Ringer's solution might be used treat volume depletion (extracellular dehydration) and hemorrhage, but there is no integrated view of how these fluid balance disorders influence the kinetics of the infused volume.

The Correlation Analysis of Intralabyrinthine Hemorrhage Magnetic Resonance Imaging with Hearing Loss and Prognosis:A Retrospective Analysis of 207 cases.

Recently, a few studies that evaluated sudden deafness caused by intralabyrinthine hemorrhage (ILH) on three-dimensional fluid-attenuated inversion recovery (3D FLAIR) images. But, there has been no report yet about the volume of ILH on living body, especially the relationship between the relative volume of ILH and the degree of hearing loss as well as the prognosis. We found that there was a positive correlation between the relative volume of ILH and the degree of hearing loss (r =0.476, P = 0.003) as well...

Neurolysis of the Dorsal Nerve to the Penis to Restore Function After Trauma.

Loss of penile sensation or development of a painful penis and erectile dysfunction can occur after injury to the dorsal branch of the pudendal nerve. Although recovery of genital sensibility has been discussed frequently in transmen, this subject has been reported rarely in cismen. The purpose of this report is to review our experience with recovery of sensation in men after decompression of the dorsal branch of the pudendal nerve after trauma.

The Probable Reasons for Dorsal Hump Problems following Let-Down/Push-Down Rhinoplasty and Solution Proposals.

Nasal hump relapse and its probable reasons or mechanisms have been less discussed after dorsal preservation rhinoplasty. In this article, the authors would like to share their experiences and offer solutions regarding this subject.


Sex differences in brain aging and predictors of neurodegeneration in cognitively healthy older adults.

We evaluated sex differences in MRI-based volume loss and differences in predictors of this neurodegeneration in cognitively healthy older adults. Mixed-effects regression was used to compare regional brain volume trajectories of 295 male and 328 female cognitively healthy Baltimore Longitudinal Study of Aging participants, aged 55-92 years, with up to 20 years of follow-up and to assess sex differences in the associations of age, hypertension, obesity, APOE e4 carrier status, and high-density lipoprotein...

Cell Mechanical and Physiological Behavior in the Regime of Rapid Mechanical Compressions that Lead to Cell Volume Change.

Cells respond to mechanical forces by deforming in accordance with viscoelastic solid behavior. Studies of microscale cell deformation observed by high speed video microscopy have elucidated a new cell behavior in which sufficiently rapid mechanical compression of cells can lead to transient cell volume loss and then recovery. This work has discovered that the resulting volume exchange between the cell interior and the surrounding fluid can be utilized for efficient, convective delivery of large macromolecu...

Split-thickness scalp and allogenic acellular dermal matrix in repairing deep wounds of hands in patients with extremely extensive burns.

To explore the clinical effects of split-thickness scalp and allogenic acellular dermal matrix (ADM) in repairing deep wounds of hands in patients with extremely extensive burns. Six patients with extremely extensive burns complicated by deep burn in hands were admitted to our department from December 2014 to December 2017, including 4 males and 2 females, aged 21 to 58 years. Their total burn areas were from 85% to 95% total body surface area (TBSA), and the sum of deep-partial thickness and full-thicknes...

Best Practice for Delivering Small-Volume Intermittent Intravenous Infusions.

This study investigated the delivery of small-volume intermittent intravenous (IV) infusions. Laboratory protocol evaluated potential medication loss among 6 administration methods using 50- and 100-mL solutions. Significant variations existed in calculated medication loss depending on administration method and volume. Up to 35% of medication may not be administered due to residual volume, with the greatest percentage associated with 50-mL solutions. Results suggest that intermittent IV infusions should onl...

Correlation between hearing loss and middle ear volume in patients with a tympanic membrane perforation.

To investigate a possible correlation between the degree of conductive hearing loss (CHL) caused by an isolated tympanic membrane (TM) perforation and mastoid-middle ear volume.

Electro-codeposition of CeO nanoparticles into cobalt matrix to improve the tribocorrosion performances of Co/nano CeO composite layers in biological solution for medical applications.

Co/nano-CeO composite layers were developed by electro-codeposition method from a cobalt electrolyte containing dispersed CeO nanoparticles. The tribocorrosion performances of both Co/nano-CeO and pure Co layers were comparatively investigated by sliding friction tests under lubricated condition in biological Hank solution. The effect of embedded nano-CeO on the corrosion electrochemical response, friction coefficient and wear loss volume is analyzed. The results show that the codeposited of nano-CeO partic...

The evaluation of direct economic loss related to tobacco smoking in 2009 and 2016.

The article presents an assessment of the economic damage associated with smoking for the period of 2009-2016. The obtained data on the prevalence of tobacco dependence for 2009-2016 showed, on the one hand, a decrease in tobacco dependence among the population surveyed, and on the other hand, an increase in the share of consumer spending on tobacco products and of an index of the physical volume of retail sales of tobacco products. The study included an analysis of the incidence of diseases associated with...

Discussion: The Probable Reasons for Dorsal Hump Problems following Let-Down/Push-Down Rhinoplasty and Solution Proposals.

Discussion: The Probable Reasons for Dorsal Hump Problems following Let-Down/Push-Down Rhinoplasty and Solution Proposals.

Incorporating human and learned domain knowledge into training deep neural networks: A differentiable dose volume histogram and adversarial inspired framework for generating Pareto optimal dose distributions in radiation therapy.

We propose a novel domain specific loss, which is a differentiable loss function based on the dose volume histogram, and combine it with an adversarial loss for the training of deep neural networks. In this study, we trained a neural network for generating Pareto optimal dose distributions, and evaluate the effects of the domain specific loss on the model performance.

Reply to Ramdass et al., "Use of the dorsal vein of the hand for arteriovenous fistula creation".

This article is a reply to the letter.

The Anterolateral Thigh-Medial Femoral Condyle Chimeric Flow-through Flap for Posttraumatic Wrist Arthrodesis.

Wrist arthrodesis in the setting of segmental bone loss can have high failure rates. Therefore, vascularized bone grafting has been advocated for select patients. Patients suffering concomitant large soft tissue loss present even greater challenge. To that end, we describe for the first time successful anterolateral thigh-medial femoral condyle chimeric flow-through flap for posttraumatic wrist arthrodesis and soft tissue coverage. This is a case report of a 19-year-old male laborer who suffered a large bla...

Comparison of Weight Loss in Sleeve Gastrectomy Patients With and Without Antrectomy: a Prospective Randomized Study.

Laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy (LSG) restricts gastric volume to achieve weight loss. We aimed to compare the efficacy of LSG with and without antrectomy for achieving weight loss.


Neutrophilic dermatosis of the hands (NDH) is a rare localized variant of Sweet's syndrome occurring predominantly over dorsa of hands. Both Sweet's syndrome and its dorsal hand variant have been reported in association with malignancies, inflammatory bowel diseases, and drugs. We report a patient with neutrophilic dermatoses of dorsal hands associated with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL).

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