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Henry Meret - - 2013
Primary myelofibrosis is rare in children. Many causes have been described for secondary myelofibrosis including vitamin D deficiency. Here, we describe a patient with myelofibrosis secondary to vitamin D deficiency, as diagnosed by laboratory evidence. The patient also developed resultant extramedullary hematopoiesis with secondary development of ascites as a result ...
Kato Yumiko - - 2013
OBJECTIVE: Patients with peripheral facial palsy frequently complain of fluid leakage and food retention during meals. We investigated oral function during eating in adults with peripheral facial palsy. DESIGN: a prospective two-phase controlled observational study. SETTING: Data were collected at the ENT clinic in Nihon University Itabashi Hospital (patients) and ...
Wong K W - - 2013
We report a case of melioidosis presenting as peritonitis in a patient on continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD). A 47-year-old man, a lorry driver, with end-stage renal disease due to diabetes mellitus on CAPD presented in PD-related peritonitis. He was started on intraperitoneal cloxacillin and ceftazidime, and changed to intraperitoneal ...
Khubchandani Shaila Raju - - 2013
Abstract A 30 year old lady patient of SLE on steroid and hydroxychloroquine therapy presented with lupus nephritis and later developed cardiac symptoms. Her renal biopsy revealed features of Class III lupus nephritis. Also seen was typical lamellated myelinoid material in the glomerulus. The alpha-galactosidase A activity was normal. The ...
Campos Tercio De - - 2013
Based on the Atlanta Classification, acute pancreatitis is classified according to its severity in either mild or severe acute pancreatitis. In recent years, several issues regarding acute pancreatitis have been discussed in the literature. These issues include how many categories of severity should be considered; whether or not a patient ...
Watson Natalie A - - 2013
The diagnosis of laryngopharyngeal reflux (LPR) was reported most commonly during clinical consultation, followed by the patient questionnaire (reflux symptom index, RSI) and least commonly using the appearance of the larynx in isolation (reflux finding score, RFS). The clinical consultation and patient symptoms (RSI) were the most closely related, showing ...
Yu Hee Joon - - 2013
PURPOSE: The semiology of infantile seizures often shows different characteristics from that of adults. We performed this study to describe clinical and ictal characteristics of infantile seizures at less than two years of age. METHODS: A retrospective study was done for infants with epilepsy (ages: 1-24months) who underwent long-term video ...
Uhlenhake Elizabeth E - - 2013
Objectives  Alopecia is the fifth most common dermatologic diagnosis in African-American patients. Central centrifugal cicatricial alopecia (CCCA) is the most common form of scarring alopecia in this group. This study sought to evaluate clinical and histologic findings in patients without clinical alopecia who use chemical and/or thermal straighteners to determine ...
Akdeniz Necmettin N Department of Dermatology, Ataturk University, Erzurum, Turkey - - 2013
Anthrax is a zoonotic infection caused by Bacillus anthracis which can be clinically present in a cutaneous, gastrointestinal or inhalational form depending on the entry site of the agent. The most frequent clinical type with the mildest clinical course is cutaneous anthrax. In this report, a patient with cutaneous anthrax ...
Picciani Bruna Lavinas Sayed - - 2013
BACKGROUND: Infections are known to trigger and exacerbate psoriasis. Although oral candidiasis is often clinically diagnosed, it is not always confirmed by laboratory tests such as oral cytopathology. OBJECTIVES: The aims of this study were to determine the prevalence of oral candidiasis in patients with psoriasis through clinical and cytopathological ...
Gallagher Catherine C William S. Middleton Memorial VA Hospital, Madison, Wisconsin, WI 53705-2281, USA. - - 2013
Recent studies suggest that white matter abnormalities contribute to both motor and non-motor symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. The present study was designed to investigate the degree to which diffusion tensor magnetic resonance imaging (DTI) indices are related to executive function in Parkinson’s patients. We used tract-based spatial statistics to compare ...
Plecko Barbara - - 2013
To date we know of four inborn errors of autosomal recessive inheritance that lead to vitamin B6-dependent seizures. Among these, pyridoxine-dependent seizures due to antiquitin deficiency is by far the most common, although exact incidence data are lacking. In PNPO deficiency, samples have to be collected prior to treatment, while ...
Verma Rajesh - - 2013
Vitamin B12 deficiency has a wide spectrum of clinical presentation with a variety of neurological symptoms and signs. As a result, many patients lack classic features of advanced severe deficiency. Early diagnosis and treatment are crucial in order to prevent the irreversible damage to the nervous system. We describe a ...
Bentli Recep - - 2013
Aims. Kidney disease was found to be a major risk factor for vitamin D deficiency in a population study of patients hospitalized. The aims of the study were to describe the prevalence of vitamin D deficiency inpatients and outpatients in a nephrology department during fall and to evaluate effect of ...
Zeng Fang - - 2013
Brain dysfunction in functional dyspepsia (FD) has been identified by multiple neuroimaging studies. This study aims to investigate the regional gray matter density (GMD) changes in meal-related FD patients and their correlations with clinical variables, and to explore the possible influence of the emotional state on FD patients's brain structures. ...
Milman Perry J - - 2013
Erythema nodosum (EN) often presents as a sudden onset of tender, erythematous, subcutaneous nodules on the legs and ankles. Although rare, pernicious anemia may be related to vitamin B12 deficiency. Discussion of this association in the context of a particular patient is presented.
Rajagopalan Venkateswaran - - 2013
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a fatal progressive neurodegenerative disorder. Current diagnosis time is about 12-months due to lack of objective methods. Previous brain white matter voxel based morphometry (VBM) studies in ALS reported inconsistent results. Fractal dimension (FD) has successfully been used to quantify brain WM shape complexity in ...
van Overbeek Ellen C - - 2013
In cross-sectional studies periventricular white matter lesions (WML) were related to low plasma levels of vitamin B12. Whether low vitamin B12 levels are also related to progression of WML is still unknown. We studied baseline vitamin B12 levels and its association with progression of WML over 2 years of follow-up ...
Stoll D - - 2013
In 2009 hypovitaminosis D was highly prevalent in a population of Swiss rheumatology patients (86%). We aimed to evaluate the evolution of vitamin D status in the same population two years later, after the results of the first study were disseminated to local physicians and patients, in order to determine ...
Ali Noura Abdulwahid NA Department of Internal Medicine, Mafraq Hospital, Abu Dhabi, United Arab - - 2013
We present a female patient in her late 30s, with baseline vegetative state following prior traumatic brain injury, who presented with prolonged right hemispheric status epilepticus. The neuroimaging revealed a striking right-sided pancortical oedema with left (crossed) cerebellar diaschisis and dilation of right hemispheric arteries. EEG was concordant and showed ...
Henkin Robert I RI Center for Molecular Nutrition and Sensory Disorders, The Taste and Smell Clinic, 5125 MacArthur Blvd, NW, Suite 20, Washington, DC 20016, USA. - - 2013
Olfactory hallucinations without subsequent myoclonic activity have not been well characterized or understood. Herein we describe, in a retrospective study, two major forms of olfactory hallucinations labeled phantosmias: one, unirhinal, the other, birhinal. To describe these disorders we performed several procedures to elucidate similarities and differences between these processes. From ...
Matsumoto Morio - - 2012
INTRODUCTION: There are few studies on Modic changes of the cervical spine in patients suffering from whiplash. This study compared Modic changes seen in whiplash patients 10 years after the injury with those observed in asymptomatic volunteers. METHODS: This is a follow-up study of 133 patients who suffered whiplash injuries ...
Berg Richard L - - 2012
ObjectivePotential vitamin B(12) deficiency is a common clinical diagnostic problem, and many providers have a low threshold for initiating therapy. The goal of this study was to systematically evaluate current practice patterns regarding the laboratory evaluation of suspected vitamin B(12) deficiency.MethodsThis retrospective study reviewed the electronic medical records of 192 ...
Pialasse Jean-Philippe - - 2012
Results from several studies have suggested that brainstem dysfunction occurs more often in adolescent with idiopathic scoliosis compared to healthy individuals. The vestibular nuclei occupy a prominent position in the brainstem. Because the lateral vestibulospinal tract controls axial muscles, alteration in the brainstem during body growth (i.e., preadolescent and adolescent ...
Cacciapuoti Federico - - 2012
Inheired or acquired hyperhomocysteinemia (HHcy) is associated with several impairments, as certain tumors, deep venous thrombosis, tube neural defects, osteoporosis, early atherosclerosis and vascular acute events (IMA, stroke, PVD), mild cognitive impairments till Alzheimer's disease (AD). But, vascular and neuronal derangements are the most frequent HHcy-manifestations. As far as early ...
Hu Stephanie W - - 2012
ABSTRACT:: Minocycline has been used in the treatment of leprosy since the demonstration of its efficacy in inhibiting Mycobacterium leprae growth in 1987. Hyperpigmentation, a well-documented adverse effect, classically shows 3 clinical and histological patterns: type I consists of blue-black pigmentation in areas of current or previous inflammation, type II ...
Mittal Rajneesh - - 2012
Osteomalacia is one of the most common osteometabolic diseases. It is typically caused by lack of vitamin D and is characterized by mineralization deficiency of the osteoid matrix in the cortical and trabecular bone. Indians are at particularly high risk for developing osteomalacia, because of their traditional clothing style and ...
Cafasso D E - - 2012
OBJECTIVES: Heterotopic ossification is defined as the abnormal formation of true bone within extra-skeletal soft tissues. It may be associated with a variety of clinical conditions, but is most frequently seen with musculoskeletal trauma, neurologic injury or genetic abnormalities. It has also been described in patients with chronic venous insufficiency; ...
Kim Victor - - 2013
Chronic bronchitis (CB) is a common but variable phenomenon in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). It has numerous clinical consequences, including an accelerated decline in lung function, greater risk of the development of airflow obstruction in smokers, a predisposition to lower respiratory tract infection, higher exacerbation frequency, and worse overall ...
Chow C W - - 2012
AIM:: This study presents the clinicopathological features in three patients with acinar dysplasia, a very rare developmental abnormality of the lungs, to expand on the spectrum of the disease. METHODS:: The clinical and histological features in the biopsies and autopsies were reviewed and compared with those reported in literature and ...
Bandinelli Francesca - - 2012
OBJECTIVES: Entheseal involvement is a frequent and distinctive feature of psoriatic arthritis (PsA), and is often under-diagnosed. The aim of the present study is to investigate using ultrasound (US), lower limb entheseal abnormalities in patients with early psoriatic arthritis (ePsA) and to evaluate their correlation with ePsA clinical characteristics. METHODS: ...
van der Kruijs Sylvie J M - - 2012
OBJECTIVE: Dissociation is a mental process with psychological and somatoform manifestations, which is closely related to hypnotic suggestibility and essentially shows the ability to obtain distance from reality. An increased tendency to dissociate is a frequently reported characteristic of patients with functional neurological symptoms and syndromes (FNSS), which account for ...
Sturiale Carmelo Lucio - - 2012
Although several descriptions of the angioarchitectural features of brain arteriovenous malformations (AVMs) associated with higher hemorrhagic risk have been reported, the prognostic value of the different bleeding patterns still needs to be elucidated. This study evaluated the influence on clinical appearance and outcome of the parenchymal and non-parenchymal (subarachnoid hemorrhage-SAH-and ...
Wilkins Robert G - - 2012
The unintended intravenous infusion of small volumes of air is common in clinical practice. International Electrotechnical Commission guidelines for infusion pumps permit infusion of up to 1 mL in 15 minutes and discount bubbles smaller than 50 μL. A review of the literature, however, suggests that these limits may be ...
Sahin Tayfun - - 2012
The left ventricular filling pattern may show changes during respiration, which are generally used in the diagnosis of diastolic dysfunction. The clinical importance of the respiratory E/A wave pattern change has been investigated in a limited number of studies. The aim of the present study was to assess the diastolic ...
Singer Richard Francis - - 2012
Vitamin D status is determined by the serum concentration of one of its metabolites, 25-hydroxy-D. Defining vitamin D deficiency based on its classical roles in gut calcium absorption and bone mineralization is problematic in dialysis patients and, until recently, was ignored in the nephrology literature. The newly recognized nonclassical functions ...
Qayyum Faiza - - 2012
Vitamin D plays an important role in a broad range of organ functions, including the cardiovascular system. Only one study has tested the association between vitamin D deficiency and arrhythmia and it found no association. The aim of the present study was to evaluate the association between vitamin D deficiency ...
Shin Sae-Ron - - 2012
Clinical manifestations of chronic exposure to organic mercury usually have a gradual onset. As the primary target is the nervous system, chronic mercury exposure can cause symptoms such as fatigue, weakness, headache, and poor recall and concentration. In severe cases chronic exposure leads to intellectual deterioration and neurologic abnormality. Recent ...
Bittner Vera V University of Alabama at Birmingham, 35294-0007, USA. - - 2012
This post hoc nested case-control analysis of the TNT study was designed to investigate whether baseline vitamin D level is a significant predictor of cardiovascular risk among statin-treated patients and whether changes in vitamin D after treatment with atorvastatin are associated with improved cardiovascular outcomes. A total of 10,001 patients ...
Silva Claudine Yap CY Department of Dermatopathology, Boston University School of Medicine, Boston, MA, - - 2012
The incidence of psoriatic alopecia in psoriatic patients is underwhelming, given the prevalence of psoriasis in the North American population. Recently, a 60-year-old Albanian female, lacking a significant medical history for psoriasis, presented to our clinic with a 1-year history of "dandruff" associated with itch, hair thinning, and histopathologic evidence ...
Murray Katie S - - 2012
To quantify the effect of the new 2010 World Health Organization (WHO) semen analysis reference values on reclassifying previous semen analysis parameters and definition of patients with male factor infertility. A multi-institutional retrospective chart review. University and private male infertility clinics. Men referred for infertility evaluation. Comparison of semen analysis ...
Thakur Mridul - - 2012
To evaluate and compare the centric relation and horizontal condylar guidance using interocclusal wax and extra oral Gothic arch methods and subjective evaluation of dentures thus fabricated. Centric relation and horizontal condylar guidance was recorded by using interocclusal wax and gothic arch tracing in 28 completely edentulous patients. These records ...
Misra S - - 2012
A 29-year-old male patient presented with progressive spastic paraparesis of three years duration. He also had gait ataxia which led to recurrent falls. In addition, there was pigmentation of the skin creases, tongue and buccal mucosa. His clinical course was remarkable by recurrent episodes of diarrhea, pulmonary tuberculosis. The investigatory ...
Lee Hyun Ji Julie HJ Department of Chemistry, University of California, Irvine, - - 2012
Although much is known about the effect of chronic kidney failure and dialysis on the composition of solutes in plasma, little is known about their impact on the composition of gaseous compounds in exhaled breath. This study was designed to explore the effect of uremia and the hemodialysis (HD) procedure ...
Herbella Fernando A M - - 2012
Multichannel intraluminal impedance (MII) for the evaluation of esophageal diseases was created in 1991 trying to solve previous limitations of esophageal function test. MII-pH is able to determine the physical characteristics of the refluxate (liquid, gas, or mixed) and nonacidic GER. MII-manometry can determine the presence of bolus and its ...
Toprak Huseyin - - 2012
Acute appendicitis is usually diagnosed on the basis of signs, symptoms, clinical history, physical examination, and results of laboratory tests.The position of the appendix can vary considerably, both in relation to the caecum and because of the inconsistent position of the caecum itself, and may cause variable clinical symptoms. We ...
Vavricka Stephan R - - 2012
Vitamins are micronutrient chemical compounds that cannot be synthesized by an organism but are essential for human metabolism and life. They act as required intermediaries, cofactors or coenzymes in many of the reactions of normal metabolism. In addition, anti-inflammatory effects have been reported for specific vitamins. In inflammatory bowel disease ...
Kalincik Tomas - - 2012
To compare clinical and MRI parameters between patients with clinically isolated syndrome and those converting to clinically definite multiple sclerosis within 2 years, to identify volumetric MRI predictors of this conversion and to assess effect of early relapses. The SET study comprised 220 patients with clinically isolated syndrome treated with ...
Jørgensen Hanne Skou - - 2012
The vitamin D receptor activator paricalcitol has been shown to reduce albuminuria. Whether this is a unique property of paricalcitol, or common to all vitamin D analogues, is unknown. The primary aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of alfacalcidol on proteinuria, measured as 24 hour (24 h) ...
Lozorio Agnaldo Rogério AR Spinal Group of the Orthopedics and Traumatologiy service of Vila Velha Hospital and Hospital Santa Casa de Misericórdia de Vitória (EMESCAM) - Vitória, ES, - - 2012
Cervical myelopathy is a spinal cord dysfunction related to degeneration typical of aging. Its primary pathology is related to ischemia and spinal cord compression. Patients with myelopathy present many clinical problems; more severe cases may lead to quadriplegia if not treated in a timely manner. Because the primary pathology of ...
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