Hospital staffers took photos of a patient ’ s genitals — and the foreign object lodged there
It seemed like the whole hospital was in the operating room. The crowd had gathered with smartphones in hand, snapping photos and recording video, the object of their fascination a patient's genitals with a foreign object protrusion. It was “a ton” of staff, to be precise, according to one staffer. “At one point when I looked […]Related:Selena Gomez’s kidney transplant: Young, minority women disproportionately affected by lupusTo fight deadly hepatitis outbreak, San Diego begins power-washing streets with bleachWhat to know about a study of flu vaccine and miscarriage
Jawaher Alsughayyir, Gavin J. Pettigrew, Reza Motallebzadeh
Paul M. Schroder, Brian Ezekian, Mandy Ford, Stuart J. Knechtle, Jean Kwun
ConclusionsSubcutaneous immunotherapy with depigmented‐polymerized allergen extracts is a safe and clinically effective treatment for LAR to Phleum pratense.clinicaltrials. gov identifier: NCT02126111.This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
Almost 2 months after decision over father's arrest left little A.J. Burgess in peril, family has reason to give thanks
Muslim leaders urge parents to vaccinate their children Cairo, 22 November – The Islamic Advisory Group for Polio Eradication (IAG) today launched a new training manual for students of religious studies in support of polio eradication efforts. The manual provides practical guidance on how to engage with local communities to advocate for vaccination as well as other maternal and child health issues. The launch took place during the group’s fourth annual meeting that convened at the headquarters of Al Azhar Al Sharif hosted by Grand Imam Dr Ahmed El-Tayyib. The Grand Imam expressed his happiness to see the pro...
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The findings of this study suggest that government-led awareness raising campaigns aiming to expand HCV testing have had little impact on general practitioners.Journal of Viral Hepatitis
Ever since the dawn of computers, we ’ve depended on certain hardware to take our ideas from our brains to the screen. However, CTRL-Labs, a New York City-based neuro-tech company, is merging neuroscience and computing practices to create technology that directly links brain activity to computer output, cutting out the keyboard, mous e, buttons, and any other tool required in operating our tech devices. CTRL-Labs co-founder, Thomas Reardon, and Adam Berenzweig, Vandita Sharma, among the other staff of scientists, are using electromyography (EMG) to detect the signals that move through the spinal column, whichWired&nb...
In this study, we collected 8 cases of primary cutaneous small cell variant of ALCL and examined their clinical, histologic, and phenotypic features. All patients were middle aged to older adult men; the youngest patient was a 46-year-old man with underlying hepatitis C. In one case, there was a history of lymphomatoid papulosis. In all patients, the disease was in the context of a local regional presentation. Patients were treated with complete excision and/or radiation except in one in whom chemotherapy was administered. In all but one patient, the cutaneous presentation was a regionally confined process; however, in 2 c...
We report the case of a 35-year-old man who underwent allogenic stem cell transplantation for a therapy-associated acute myeloid leukemia and developed an acute GvHD with involvement of skin and gastrointestinal tract. He subsequently presented with chronic sclerodermatous cutaneous GvHD, followed by the appearance of indurated erythematous papules and plaques located on his back, resembling the nodular/keloidal form of cutaneous scleroderma on both clinical and histopathological grounds. This peculiar clinicopathologic presentation of chronic cutaneous GvHD was never described previously.