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Venkatadass K - - 2011
Valgus slip of the capital femoral epiphysis is a known but extremely rare form of a slipped capital femoral epiphysis. After the first report in 1926 up to the present, approximately 44 cases have been reported. We report two cases of valgus slip of the capital femoral epiphysis with a ...
Vickers Jean A - - 2011
An estimated 11% to 25% of adults in the United States have chronic kidney disease (CKD). In 2002, the National Kidney Foundation published a 5-stage classification of CKD based on estimated glomerular filtration rate (eGFR) intending to improve identification and management of prevalent cases (National Kidney Foundation, Am J Kidney ...
Carareto Claudia Ma - - 2011
We have recently reported numerous cases of horizontal transfers of transposable elements between species of drosophilids. These studies revealed a substantial number of horizontal transfers between species of the subgroup melanogaster of the genus Drosophila and between these species and species of the genus Zaprionus. In this review, these transfers ...
Johnson Kent M - - 2011
Uto-Aztecan premolar (UAP) is a rare morphological feature of the maxillary first premolar that occurs in Native American populations with frequencies ranging 0-16.7%. A recent summary of UAP by Delgado-Burbano et al. (2010) suggests the trait evolved around 4,000 BP in the American Southwest where the earliest cases occur and ...
Story David A - - 2011
Background: As with other types of research, there are concerns about reporting of survey research in anesthesia journals. We hypothesized that use of survey reporting items would be inconsistent in survey research reported in anesthesia journals. Methods: After a literature review we constructed a 17-item reporting list for a limited ...
Visser Martin - - 2011
A massive infestation with Lynxacarus mustelae (Megnin, 1885) (Acari, Astigmata, Listrophoridae) was diagnosed in a stone marten (Martes foina) from Tyrol, Austria. In addition, Ixodes rugicollis and Trichodectes retusus are reported for the first time in Austria, and the five species of helminths found (Capillaria aerophila, C. mustelorum, C. paranalis, ...
Muangpaisan Weerasak - - 2011
A number of epidemiologic studies of Parkinson 's disease (PD) have been conducted worldwide over the years. Although every study reported the rise in prevalence and incidence rate of PD with the increasing age, the overall estimates were different across countries. The variation in reported data may partly be contributed ...
Avelar Rafael Linard - - 2011
Juvenile angiofibroma is a benign fibroangiomatous tumor of relatively rare occurrence, developing most frequently in male adolescents. It has local characteristics of aggressiveness and expansion. The treatment of choice is surgical excision. In this article, the advantages and disadvantages of the surgical technique using the Le Fort I osteotomy are ...
Highlander Peter - - 2011
Introduction. The Weil osteotomy is commonly used for multiple forefoot pathologies yielding metatarsalgia. Despite its common use, the Weil osteotomy is associated with a high complication rate. Methods. A literature review was undertaken with predetermined criteria. To maximize the articles for review, prospective and retrospective studies were considered as well ...
Thapa Sunila - - 2011
The edible freshwater fishes of several genera including Labeo, Cyprinus, Cirrhinus, Danio, Puntius, Garra (Cypriniformes), Channa (Channiformes), Clarias, Heteropneustes, Rita, Monopterus, Ompak, Bagarius and Mystus (Siluriformes) in Meghalaya State were examined for their helminth parasite spectrum. Two monogenean flukes representing the genera Diplozoon and Bifurcohaptor were recovered from the gills ...
Marshall Amy D - - 2011
Low concordance of reports across partners has consistently been observed when partners report the frequency of intimate partner violence (IPV) and psychological aggression (PA) in their relationship. Researchers have been unsuccessful in the quest to discover systematic biases across reporters, perhaps due to examining constructs that are not the source ...
Khan Imran - - 2011
Bio-Alcamid (Polymekon Research, Brindisi, Italy) is a permanent soft tissue filler that has been injected for the correction of contour deformities. It has a number of indications, including pectus excavatum. Infection and migration seem to be the most common complications with this product. The authors report an illustrative case of ...
Nathan Senthil T - - 2011
Spinal deformities associated with spinal dysraphism are a challenging problem. Myelomeningocele has been reported in the lumbar spine. However, it is rare in the thoracic spine. The purpose of the report was to heighten the awareness of the rare presentation of the myelomeningocele in the thoracic spine and the ability ...
Marenzi G - - 2011
The frenula of the oral cavity represent the insertion of perioral muscles in jaws, consisting of a fold of the triangular fibro-connective tissue covered with mucous membrane and usually inserted at the mucogingival line. The purpose of this work, after a review of literature, was to provide the clinical signs ...
Bayraktar Zeki - - 2011
To determine the prevalence of self-reported erectile dysfunction (ED) among urological cases in Turkish men. Between January 2007 and January 2011, the diagnoses of 9780 men over 18 years old that presented to our urology polyclinic were reviewed. The 10 diseases with the highest frequency, the rate of the disease, ...
Pandher Manpreet Singh - - 2011
The genus Kisaura Ross, 1956 (Trichoptera, Philopotamidae, Philopotaminae) is reported from India the first time. Six new species are described and illustrated: Kisaura elongatasp. n., Kisaura eloctsp. n., Kisaura clavatasp. n., Kisaura gangtokensissp. n., Kisaura truncatasp. n., all from Gangtok (Sikkim) and Kisaura himachalicasp. n. from Barot (Himachal Pradesh). Male ...
García-Garza María Elena - - 2011
The main objective of this work is to contribute to the taxonomic knowledge of the species of Capitellidae reported for the Eastern Tropical Pacific. This catalogue includes the original name of each species, new names, synonymies, type localities, the museum or institution where the type material is deposited, revision of ...
Will Kipling W - - 2011
The generic-level taxa included in Pterostichini and Loxandrini from New Caledonia are reviewed and a key to genera and species provided. Two new genera are described, Paniestichus and Abacophrastus, with the following new species: Paniestichus subsolianus, Abacophrastus millei, Abacophrastus chapes, Abacophrastus carnifex, Abacophrastus hobbit, Abacophrastus megalops, Abacophrastus reflexus and Abacophrastus ...
Wei Meicai - - 2011
Anhoplocampa is redescribed based on new material. Anhoplocampa bicoloricornissp. n. from China is described. Anhoplocampa yunanensis (Haris & Roller, 1999), comb. n. is transferred from Trichiocampus. A key to species of Anhoplocampa is provided. The differences between Anhoplocampa and Trichiocampus Hartig, 1837, Priophorus Dahlbom, 1835, Hoplocampa Hartig, 1837 and Renonerva ...
Shaju Jacob P - - 2011
Periodontitis is one of the major reasons for tooth loss in adults. India, with a population of over 1 billion, is bound to become a developed nation soon. This transition will require a population that is healthy, including in terms of periodontal health. Early studies done in India gave an ...
Al-Nasiri F S - - 2010
A survey of gill parasites was conducted in 164 Cyprinion macrostomum (Cyprinidae) collected from the Tigris River at Tikreet city, Salah Al-Deen province, in central Iraq, in 2009-2010. The monogenean Paradiplozoon amurensis Akhmerov, 1974 (Diplozoidae) was observed in the gills of 26.2% of these fishes with a mean intensity of ...
Schaverien M V - - 2011
Trigger finger in the paediatric population is a distinct condition from trigger thumb in the child or trigger finger in the adult. This paper reviews the current practices applied in the treatment of paediatric trigger finger. Intra-operative photographs are used to illustrate the anatomic anomalies that may be present. An ...
Zonnenberg Christian B L - - 2010
Tibial tubercle osteotomy (TTO) is a well-known technique for improving exposure in difficult total knee arthroplasty (TKA). We have performed a review of the literature concerning this procedure with the purpose of evaluation using the clinical results and complication rates in primary and revision TKA using TTO. We conducted a ...
Grantz Matthew - - 2010
Peripheral neuropathy is common with many different etiologies. This is the second of three articles to review the less-common causes of peripheral neuropathy. Part II reviews the intrinsic "reactive" causes of peripheral neuropathy, including those related to connective tissue, vasculitis, sarcoid, organ failure, and inflammatory bowel disease. The extrinsic causes ...
Engin O - - 2010
Understanding the etiology of appendicitis is important for developing effective treatments the relationship between parasitic appendicitis and various socio-cultural factors were examined, particularly with respect to the incidence of literacy. The aim of the article was to research the relations between parasitic appendicitis and literacy ratio in population. Cases of ...
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This summary of journal operations is compiled from the 2009 annual reports of the Council of Editors and from Central Office records. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2010 APA, all rights reserved).
Lotfinia Iraj - - 2010
Late post-diskectomy tuberculous spondylodiskitis at the operated level is an extremely rare phenomenon. We describe a unique case of a same level tuberculous spondylodiskitis with pus drainage from the operative scar 8 years after simple L4/L5 diskectomy and review the relevant literature. The therapeutic management and possible pathogenic mechanisms are ...
Moak James H - - 2011
Reimbursement for ultrasound-guided central lines requires documenting the needle entering the vessel lumen. We hypothesized that physicians often successfully perform ultrasound-guided internal jugular (IJ) cannulation without visualizing the needle in the lumen and that guidewire visualization occurs more frequently. This prospective, observational study enrolled emergency physicians performing ultrasound-guided IJ cannulations ...
Engelmeier Robert L - - 2010
This article is a historical review of the last decade of Rudolph Hanau's life. It covers his introduction to dentistry and explores his prolific articulator designs and contributions to the prosthodontic literature.
Doyle Shevaun M - - 2010
The purpose of this article is to provide the pediatrician with a thorough review of the variety of osteochondroses that affect children and adolescents. These conditions present in all different parts of the body in a wide range of patients: from the sedentary to athletic, the toddler to the pre-teen.The ...
Cashman E C - - 2010
The aetiology of nasal deformity has frequently included birth trauma. There is no consensus in the literature as to whether nasal surgery, in the form of closed reduction, is indicated in neonates. The majority of studies in the literature that advocate intervention have inadequate followup periods and there is a ...
Zhang Jie - - 2010
This review covers the time period of 2007 until mid-2009 and describes new developments in the field of electrophoretically mediated microanalysis. The review is subdivided in two parts dealing with (i) enzymatic and (ii) derivatization or chemical reactions. A compilation of the relevant literature is given for each part.
Lu Xu Guang - - 2010
A rare case of a male patient who suffered from noma with sequelae of ankylosis in bilateral temporomandibular joints for 52 years and a neoplasm in the right commissure of the lips for 1 year, was operated on to resolve the ankylosis, remove the neoplasm and reconstruct the soft tissue ...
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Reports an error in "Summary report of journal operations, 2008" (American Psychologist, 2009[Jul-Aug], Vol 64[5], 504-505). Incorrect manuscript data for Review of General Psychology were reported. Corrected information is given in the erratum. (The following abstract of the original article appeared in record 2009-10743-015.) Presents a summary report of the ...
Dunj? Jordi - - 2010
Hazard and operability (HAZOP) methodology is a Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) technique used worldwide for studying not only the hazards of a system, but also its operability problems, by exploring the effects of any deviations from design conditions. Our paper is the first HAZOP review intended to gather HAZOP-related literature ...
Cohen A - - 2009
A review of the literature for intravascular papillary endothelial hyperplasia is presented along with a case report of a geriatric patient. Intravascular papillary endothelial hyperplasia (IPEH) is a reactive benign lesion of vascular origin, which is caused by an excessive proliferation of endothelial cells. Only a few cases with IPEH ...
Flack H D - - 2009
Pasteur's chemical and crystallographic work is described. The article commences with a brief overview of related science (chemical structure, crystallography, optical activity) before and after 1848, the year of the discovery of molecular chirality and spontaneous resolution. Concerning this discovery, three separate and varying reports are described. These are: (i) ...
Bohluli Behnam - - 2009
Trigeminocardiac reflex (TCR) is a shocking event in the course of operation involving the maxillofacial area. The authors have tried to present an overview on the history, clinical implications, literature review, anatomic and biologic basis, predisposing and triggering factors, and management of the event. Being familiar with the presentations, preventive ...
AlGhamdi Ali Saad - - 2009
Guided tissue regeneration materials were reviewed in this paper and can be categorized as non-resorbable and bioabsorbable. Both materials have been used extensively in periodontal regeneration with no difference in the clinical outcome. Selection of barrier material depends on resorbability, size of the defect, morphology of the defect, operator preference ...
Lewis Gladius - - 2009
Infection of periprosthetic sites of total joint replacements has been widely reported. Although, by most accounts, the incidence of such events is low, the problem can prove to be expensive to remedy. In the case of cemented arthroplasties, a common management modality is the use of antibiotic-loaded acrylic bone cement ...
Tong Tommy R - - 2009
BACKGROUND: Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) coronavirus emerged from an animal reservoir in 2002 and has the potential to reemerge, as shown by the occurrence of non-laboratory-associated new cases in the winter of 2003. In the absence of a vaccine, broad spectrum anticoronaviral medications are needed. OBJECTIVE: Anticoronavirals targeting viral ...
Teichmann Wolfgang - - 2009
BACKGROUND: This study was designed to investigate the effectiveness of intraoperative consultation (IOC) with regard to its feasibility for improving quality management. IOC comprises an assessment of major steps in the operative procedure by another surgeon requested by the operating surgeon to be present in the operating room in a ...
Stacey M J - - 2008
Infestation of the eye by larval fly forms (ophthalmomyiasis) is rarely seen in the Western world. We present the case of a 21 year old British soldier who developed external ophthalmomyiasis during an operational tour of southern Afghanistan. This case report and discussion illustrates the potential for ophthalmomyiasis in personnel ...
Wood Maureen Heraty - - 2008
Since the coming into force of the Seveso II Directive, considerable experience has been acquired in regard to preparation of safety reports for establishments that fall under the requirements of this Directive. In light of this experience, the Amendment of the Seveso II Directive adopted by the European Parliament and ...
García-Murray E - - 2009
Amputation of any body part is undoubtedly a traumatic experience leaving a terrible deformity, especially when the part or parts involved are visible and constitute an essential component of someone's facial whole. Bilateral ear amputation and successful subsequent replantation has been reported historically, but not in the modern surgical literature. ...
Shiau Danny T - - 2007
Much has been written about injury, diarrhea, and respiratory cases but less is known about other threats, specifically snake, scorpion, and spider encounters. To examine the risk from local fauna, a cross-sectional study using an anonymous survey was conducted among U.S. troops in Southwest Asia between January 2005 and May ...
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Hemolytic anemia has occasionally been described in association with insect bites. The venom of certain spiders, bees and wasps, and some snakes can rarely cause intravascular hemolysis. We report here a case of Coombs positive hemolytic anemia due to an insect bite. These bites often pose diagnostic challenges and when ...
Koren Tal - - 2007
We investigate both analytically and numerically the first passage time (FPT) problem in one dimension for anomalous diffusion processes in which Lévy flights and subdiffusion coexist. We analyze the FPT for three subclasses of Lévy stable motions: (i) symmetric Lévy motions characterized by Lévy index mu, 0<mu<2, and skewness parameter ...
Cummings Trevor - - 2007
A short cut review was carried out to establish whether ultrasonography can assist in the performing of a lumbar puncture. Fifty-one citations were reviewed of which three answered the three part question. The clinical bottom line is that ultrasound shows early promise as a tool to assist in achieving a ...
Paull J D - - 2007
Mr. William Russ Pugh, well known for his anaesthetic activities, and probably the first in Australia to administer ether anaesthesia for a surgical operation in May 1847, was involved in several court cases in Launceston, Tasmania in 1842 and 1843. At that time Tasmania was known as Van Diemen's Land. ...
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