Post-periodontal surgery propounds early repair salivary biomarkers by 1 H NMR based metabolomics
ConclusionSignificant metabolites could be considered as early repair markers for chronic periodontitis disease as they are being restored to achieve symbiosis. The study, therefore, concluded the early recovery process of the diseased subjects with the restoration of possible metabolomic profile similar to the healthy controls.Graphic abstract
ConclusionThe finding suggested that LC had the ability to protect neurons by promoting the endogenous proliferation of neuroblast and production of neural differentiation factor in rats after ischemia injury. Meanwhile, LC can anti-neuroinflammation, which is important for the treatment of neuron injury. Accordingly, LC perhaps a promising medicine for neuron damage therapy after cerebral ischemia.Graphical abstract
ConclusionThe earlier transition from inflammatory to resident macrophage might be one reason for the positive effect of LIPUS on spinal fusion.Graphical abstract
Conclusions Using 3 validated scar assessment scales, no significant difference was found between the extended Mohler and Millard techniques in terms of lip or nose scars.
Conclusions Careful patient selection with presurgical planning using computer-assisted surgical simulation is essential in achieving successful outcomes in correcting dentofacial deformities while managing maxillofacial fractures. This combined technique is a viable option in the surgical management of facial fractures in patients with dentofacial deformities.
The reconstruction of finger defects requires improved functional outcomes and acceptable esthetic outcomes, and small free flaps present a good alternative technique for repairing finger skin defects. From January 2006 to December 2018, we investigated the number and diameter of proximal digital artery perforators, medial plantar artery perforators, and peroneal proper plantar digital arteries of the hallux by dissection and then transplanted free digital arterial perforator flaps, free medial plantar flaps, and free peroneal flaps from the hallux to repair small finger skin defects. The number (SD) of perforators from th...
Conclusions The flow-through chimeric ALTP flap can be used for 1-stage reconstruction of 3-dimensional soft tissue defects and vascular gap. It is feasible for managing complex injuries of both the upper and lower extremities in emergency settings.
Publication date: Available online 3 November 2019Source: Neuroscience LettersAuthor(s): Emily P. Harrington, Dwight E. Bergles, Peter A. CalabresiAbstractChronic demyelination and the concomitant loss of trophic support and increased energy demands in axons are thought to contribute to neurodegeneration in a number of neurological diseases such as multiple sclerosis (MS). Adult oligodendrocyte precursor cells (OPCs) play an important role in these demyelinating diseases by generating new myelinating oligodendrocytes that may help limit axonal degeneration. Thus, promoting the differentiation of OPCs and functional integra...
Authors: İşeri Nepesov M, Dinleyici M, Kılıç Ö, Ceyhan M, Gürler N, Dinleyici EÇ Abstract Streptococcus pneumoniae is a major cause of bacterial meningitis in children. It can progress and carries a serious risk of mortality and morbidity despite effective treatment. Cochlear implantation is a fairly successful procedure for restoring hearing in cases of sensorineural hearing loss. Moreover, patients with cochlear implants are at increased risk of contracting pneumococcal meningitis compared to the general population. The development of meningitis is associated with pathogens in the midd...
Authors: Yiğit G, Çetinkaya F, Aytekin B, Türkçü MA, Özen A, Sarıtaş A PMID: 31708991 [PubMed]
ConclusionThis case demonstrates that even with appropriate precautionary use of accessory portals and careful retraction, nerve entrapment can still occur, but with the identification and treatment of the compression, patients and even elite athletes can make a full recovery and return to their previous level of function.