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Kido Aki - - 2013
Conventional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) such as T1-weighted and T2-weighted images of the female pelvis provide morphological information with excellent tissue contrast, which reflects the pathology of malignant diseases of the uterus. Owing to the recent improvement in hardware and software, in combination with extensive research in imaging techniques, not ...
Aranha Karen M - - 2013
Guided by Bourdieu's theory of practice and symbolic violence, this qualitative study explored experiences and perceptions of elderly beneficiaries who had been denied rehabilitation services by Medicare. In semistructured interviews, 12 beneficiaries or family members told of the physical, psychological, and financial consequences of service denial/termination. The resulting perception of ...
Hara Shingo - - 2013
The Le Fort II midfacial advancement appears to be an effective surgical method for the treatment of severe midfacial-nose hypoplasia with a skeletal class III malocclusion, which is usually combined with syndromic midfacial anomalies. However, the conventional surgical method requires the coronal approach, including a coronal incision, together with other ...
Hirai Toyohiro - - 2013
In the relationship between pulmonary diseases and bone, the systemic effects of pulmonary disease on bone metabolism, such as osteoporosis in COPD, have been recently investigated as well as abnormal bone metabolism induced by the therapy for lung diseases such as glucocorticoid-induced osteoporosis. However, the effective strategy for risk assessment, ...
Briefel Ronette R - - 2013
Because childhood obesity is such a threat to the physical, mental, and social health of youth, there is a great need to identify effective strategies to reduce its prevalence. The objective of this study was to estimate the mean calories from added sugars that are saved by switching sugar-sweetened beverages ...
Thompson Elaine Adams - - 2013
Effective prevention requires understanding vulnerable populations, early signs of health risks, and the impact of social contexts. We tested a model of co-occurring mental health risks among at-risk youth experiencing school difficulties. We analyzed data from a random sample of 336 at-risk youth, grades 9-12, who completed a comprehensive risk/protective ...
Harel Noga - - 2013
The aim of this 10 year retrospective study was to evaluate the crestal bone loss around immediate implant placed in tricalcium phosphate (TCP) grafted extraction sockets Data were collected from files of 58 patients (33 females, 25 males, average age 54.78 years) undergoing immediate implant placement into fresh extraction socket ...
Feldman David - - 2013
CO-CHAIRS: Feldman D: Minneapolis Heart Institute, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Georgia Institute of Technology and Morehouse School of Medicine; Pamboukian SV: University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama; Teuteberg JJ: University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania TASK FORCE CHAIRS: Birks E: University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky; Lietz K: Loyola University, Chicago, Maywood, Illinois; ...
Tabrizi Reza - - 2013
The aim of this study was to evaluate the relation between angulated implants and the bone loss around implants in the anterior maxilla. The subjects studied had a missing tooth in the anterior maxilla and a bone deficiency that required restoration with an angulated dental implant. After mounting the casts ...
Jaberi Joby - - 2013
The goal of secondary cranioplasty is permanent cerebral protection in an esthetically acceptable fashion. Reconstruction of cranial defects can be performed with several different materials. Alloplastic materials, such as preformed methyl-methacrylate (PMMA) cranioplasties, are an alternative frequently used at our institution. This retrospective analysis was designed to review the outcomes ...
Imai Yuuki - - 2013
Based on the progress of researches in bone biology field, it has been clarified that bone metabolism can be regulated by complex network between various tissues and organs. Among them, sex steroid hormones, including estrogen and androgen, are known as one of the players in bone metabolism. Sex steroid hormones ...
Germain Lucie - - 2013
We aimed to estimate, in a large French cohort of middle-aged adults derived from the Supplémentation en Vitamines et Minéraux Antioxydants trial, the association of compliance with the guidelines of the French Nutrition and Health Program (PNNS) assessed at inclusion and change in health-related quality of life (HRQoL) over 12 ...
Yama Megumi - - 2013
With globalization, modern Western consciousness has spread across the world. This influx has affected the Japanese culture but ego consciousness has emerged through a long history and different course from that of the West. At a personal level, I have been interested in the establishment of a subject in a ...
Shinohara Takaaki - - 2013
To give a detailed clinical outcome analysis of a consecutive series of patients treated arthroscopically for traumatic triangular fibrocartilage complex (TFCC) foveal tears. This study was a consecutive case series of 11 patients who underwent arthroscopically assisted repair for traumatic TFCC foveal lesions. The mean age at the time of ...
Gray Terri A - - 2013
As a part of the surgical process, patients are screened in the preanesthesia services department before surgery. Often phone messages are left in English. The nurses will continue to make multiple calls trying to reach patients. As the patient population continues to diversify, problems in contacting patients have been noted. ...
Suzuki Mari Hotta - - 2013
Osteoporosis associated with anorexia nervosa (AN) is common, and tends to be severe, slow to recover from, and sometimes irreversible. The abnormal bone metabolism in severely emaciated AN patients involves both a reduction in bone formation and an increase in bone resorption. The annual change in lumbar bone mineral density ...
Leschik Johannes J - - 2013
The analytical performance and the clinical utility of a thyrotropin receptor (TSHR)-stimulating immunoglobulin (TSI) bioassay were compared with those of a TSHR-binding inhibitory immunoglobulin (TBII) assay. Limits of detection (LoD) and quantitation (LoQ), assay cutoff, and the half-maximal effective concentration (EC(50)) were measured. Dilution analysis was performed in sera of ...
Liu Jinyu - - 2013
Nationally representative data from a sample (n = 928) of full-time nursing home social services directors were used to investigate whether knowing characteristics of the social environment at work can help to explain which directors report job thriving. Two-thirds of directors reported they were thriving in their jobs. Multiple regression results show ...
Tanaka Yoshiya - - 2013
Glucocorticoid (GC) is widely used to treat a variety of inflammatory and allergic diseases and about one million people in Japan are known to take oral GC. GC causes a number of significant side effects and among them osteoporosis and degenerative bone fracture are major complications of GC therapy. GC ...
Jockel Christopher R - - 2013
There are limited outcome studies describing floating elbow injuries. The purpose of this report is to describe patient outcomes after floating elbow injury using the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons (ASES) elbow assessment form. From 1994 to 2004, 19 patients were retrospectively identified at 3 Level I trauma centers and ...
Connolly Angela M - - 2013
Jung's contribution to the understanding of the relevance of psychology to alchemy has become increasingly invalidated by the ahistorical nature of his approach, just as his tendency to ignore the importance of cognitive aesthetics for an improved comprehension of the functions of alchemical images has prevented Jungians from further extending ...
Erkilet Gülsüm - - 2013
During screening of heart transplantation (HTx) candidates supported by ventricular assist devices (VADs) for plasma biomarkers we found that galectin-3 (Gal-3) was increased pre-operatively in patients who later died during VAD support. Therefore, we analyzed the predictive value of plasma Gal-3 in the context of other potential clinical risk factors ...
Rhyou In Hyeok - - 2013
The purpose of our study was to correlate the morphology of displaced radial head and neck (DRHN) fractures with associated ligament injuries and evaluate the outcomes of management of the torn ulnar collateral ligament (UCL). Twenty-nine surgically treated patients presenting with a DRHN fracture were classified using the Charalambous classification ...
Rose Nicholas E - - 2013
Chronic lateral epicondylitis remains a treatment challenge. Traditional surgical treatments for lateral epicondylitis involve variations of the classic Nirschl lateral release. Anatomic studies reveal that the posterior branch or branches of the posterior cutaneous nerve of the forearm consistently innervate the lateral humeral epicondyle. We undertook the present study to ...
Carabetta Melissa - - 2013
As surgical patients pass through the perianesthesia continuum, the nurses they encounter rarely have time to develop a nurse-patient relationship, or identify patient needs and concerns and pass this information along to other providers. In the preprocedural period of the care continuum, however, patients and their families often express information ...
Krusche-Mandl Irena - - 2013
To analyze the management of Seymour fractures (juxta-epiphyseal fractures of the terminal phalanx of the finger in conjunction with flexion deformity at the fracture site, laceration of the nail bed, and frequently ungual subluxation) and to determine clinical and radiographic results following operative or conservative treatment. Clinical and radiological results ...
Russell Rebecca Ann - - 2013
A lack of standardized nursing procedures regarding the management of patients receiving preoperative regional anesthesia in the perianesthesia setting raises a number of issues for perianesthesia nurses. In January 2010, Duke University Hospital's perianesthesia care unit implemented a regional anesthesia "block nurse" team in the preoperative holding area as a ...
Abe Masahiro - - 2013
Certain types of hematological disorders show distinct bone lesions. Multiple myeloma and primary bone lymphoma develop in the bone marrow to often cause bone destruction. These tumors stimulate osteoclastogenesis and bone resorption by enhancing RANKL expression, and suppress bone formation by inhibiting osteoblast differentiation, leading to bone destruction with rapid ...
Cervinski Mark A - - 2013
Conversion of clopidogrel (Plavix) to its active metabolite is catalyzed largely by the P450 enzyme 2C19 (CYP2C19). Numerous allelic variants of CYP2C19 exist. The *1 allele is considered wild type, whereas the *2 and *3 alleles have no in vivo enzymatic activity. Conversely, the *17 allele has increased expression, resulting ...
Kaplan Daniel B - - 2013
Social workers in diverse service systems throughout the United States encounter many opportunities for improving quality of life for people with dementia and their families. Yet practice with this population is unclearly defined and a core set of competencies for such practice does not yet exist. Instead, it is shaped ...
Greene Dina N - - 2013
α(1)-Antitrypsin (AAT) deficiency leads to deterioration of the lungs that can be prevented with diagnosis and treatment. Isoelectric focusing (IEF) electrophoresis is the current biochemical gold standard for detecting AAT deficiency variants but involves complex interpretation. Variant AAT samples were collected over a 2-year period. Stability of AAT for phenotype ...
Lee Michael G - - 2013
Studies of rural populations typically underrepresent lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) older adults. This secondary analysis examined data from a nationwide sample of LGBT baby boomers (n = 1201). Geographic differences with respect to self-reported outness, acceptance of sexual identity, social and familial support, and household income were assessed with one-way ...
Nakashima Tomoki - - 2013
Bone is constantly renewed by the balanced action of osteoblastic bone formation and osteoclastic bone resorption both of which mainly occur at the bone surface. This restructuring process called "bone remodeling" is important not only for normal bone mass and strength, but also for mineral homeostasis. Bone remodeling is stringently ...
Lortie Mireille - - 2013
Angiotensin II type 1 (AT(1)) receptors play a key role in the regulation of renal and cardiovascular functions and have been implicated in the pathogenesis of many diseases. The aim of this study was to assess binding of the novel radioligand [(11)C]methyl-candesartan to AT(1) receptors in the rat kidney in ...
Fajardo Roberto J - - 2013
Bone mass, architecture, and tissue mineral density contribute to bone strength. As body mass (BM) increases any one or combination of these properties could change to maintain structural integrity. To better understand the structural origins of vertebral fragility and gain insight into the mechanisms that govern bone adaptation, we conducted ...
Uriel Nir - - 2013
Left Ventricular Assist Devices (LVAD) are increasingly used as a bridge to transplant (BTT) for patients with advanced congestive heart failure (CHF) and are assigned United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) high priority status (1B or 1A). The purpose of our study was asses the effect of organ allocation in ...
Kang David R - - 2013
To evaluate the 7-hole angle plate for open reduction, internal fixation of mandibular angle fractures when the Champy technique is inadequate and more rigid or semirigid fixation is beneficial and to provide rational indications for the choice of the 7-hole angle plate. Retrospective evaluation of 10 patients selected at Parkland ...
Freeland-Graves Jeanne H - - 2013
It is the position of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics that the total diet or overall pattern of food eaten is the most important focus of healthy eating. All foods can fit within this pattern if consumed in moderation with appropriate portion size and combined with physical activity. The ...
Lee Hee Jin - - 2013
Small intestinal adenocarcinomas (SIACs) are rare, and their molecular pathogenesis is largely unknown. To define the roles of E-cadherin and β-catenin, we performed immunohistochemistry for E-cadherin and β-catenin in 194 surgically resected SIACs with tissue microarrays and compared the data with clinicopathologic factors, including survival rates of patients with SIAC. ...
Takeuchi Yasuhiro - - 2013
Accumulating evidence clearly indicates both thyroid hormone and estrogen have a pivotal role in bone metabolism. Pituitary hormones, TSH and FSH, regulate circulating levels of thyroid hormone and estrogen, respectively. Recent works raise a possibility that either TSH or FSH also has its own direct effects on bone cells involved ...
Mandel Louis - - 2013
The aim of this study is to call attention to the role that radioactive iodine ((131)I) and stapes surgery may play in causing hyposalivation. The manner in which (131)I and stapes surgery can cause salivary damage was reviewed. A case report is presented to illustrate the involved pathophysiology. The case ...
Lando Amy M - - 2013
The Food and Drug Administration is considering changes to the Nutrition Facts label to help consumers make more healthful choices. To examine the effects of modifications to the Nutrition Facts label on foods that can be listed as having 1 or 2 servings per container, but are reasonably consumed at ...
Mansfield Aaron S - - 2013
The determination of HER2 amplification is critical to selecting appropriate patients for HER2 targeted therapy in breast cancer. Dual in situ hybridization (DISH), an alternative to fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) and immunohistochemistry, is now available. To compare the FISH and DISH methods, we tested 251 samples enriched for common ...
Griesser Michael J - - 2013
Various methods of bony stabilization, including modifications of Bristow and Latarjet procedures, are considered gold-standard treatment for recurrent anterior shoulder instability but are associated with unique complications and risk of reoperation. The purpose of this study was to identify the prevalence of these complications. We hypothesized that the Bristow-Latarjet procedure ...
Kanai Genta - - 2013
With progressive loss of kidney function, patients with chronic kidney disease develop multiple mineral metabolism abnormalities. Chronic kidney disease-mineral and bone disorder independently associated with cardiovascular disease and mortality. FGF23 which discovered in late years gave us new knowledge to elucidate these mechanisms. Further elucidation of FGF23-Klotho will help us ...
Vargas Hebert Alberto - - 2013
MRI provides exquisite views of the pelvic anatomy through its high spatial resolution and tissue contrast, and as such plays a key role in the work up of ovarian lesions, identifying features that distinguish benign and malignant lesions. In the case of primary tumors it enables local staging and detection ...
Roberts Mark J - - 2013
Waldenström macroglobulinemia (WM) is characterized by monoclonal gammopathy, usually IgM, in association with lymphoplasmacytic lymphoma (LPL). Little is known of the expression of nuclear proteins involved in B-cell development in LPL/WM. In this study, the expression patterns of PAX5/BSAP, MUM1/IRF4, and PRDM1/BLIMP1 were analyzed in plasma cells and lymphocytes in ...
Iijima Hideki - - 2013
Bone mineral density is decreased in inflammatory bowel diseases, which are intractable inflammation in the digestive tract. The causes of decreased bone mineral density are multifactorial including steroid use, insufficiency of nutritional intake, malabsorption in the gastrointestinal tract and activation of mucosal immune system. Insufficient levels of vitamins D and ...
Koh Kyoung Hwan - - 2013
Loss of motion is common after intercondylar fracture of the distal humerus despite proper management. The purpose of the current study was to report the results of contracture release for stiffness that developed after open reduction and internal fixation (ORIF) of distal humeral intercondylar fractures. Twenty-four consecutive patients with a ...
Blandin Kesstan - - 2013
This paper takes a cue from Harvard neuroscientists Jerome Kagan and Nancy Snidman's (2004) comment that Jung's work on typology has remarkable relevance to their research on neurobiological correlates of temperament and develops the links between the theorists separated by almost a century. The paper begins with a brief review ...
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