Comprehensive infectious disease screening in a cohort of unaccompanied refugee minors in Germany from 2016 to 2017: A cross-sectional study
ConclusionsOur study found that standardized ID screening in a URM cohort was practicable and helped collection of relevant patient data in a thorough and time-effective manner. However, screening practices need to be ameliorated, especially in relation to testing for parasitic infections. Most importantly, we found that only a minority of infections were able to be detected clinically. This underscores the importance of active surveillance of IDs among refugees.
Publication date: Available online 30 May 2020Source: Pharmacological ResearchAuthor(s): Simona Panelli, Sara Epis, Lucia Cococcioni, Matteo Perini, Moira Paroni, Claudio Bandi, Lorenzo Drago, Gian Vincenzo Zuccotti
Publication date: August 2020Source: Molecular Immunology, Volume 124Author(s): Fang Fang, Qing Ge, Rui Li, Jingzhu Lv, Yao Zhang, Anlin Feng, Gabriel T. Kelly, Hongtao Wang, Xiaojing Wang, Chuanwang Song, Ting Wang, Zhongqing Qian
Publication date: July 2020Source: Molecular Immunology, Volume 123Author(s): Ran Mo, Xin-Xia Feng, Ya-Nan Wu, Han Wang, Yong-Pei He, Huan-Huan Sun, Fang Guo, Qian Chen, Wei Yan, Pei-Yuan Li, Mei Liu, Gui-Mei Zhang, De-An Tian, Zuo-Hua Feng
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Authors: Della Corte A, Ratti F, Monfardini L, Marra P, Gusmini S, Salvioni M, Venturini M, Cipriani F, Aldrighetti L, Cobelli F Abstract Background: Based on patient and tumor characteristics, some authors favor laparoscopic microwave ablation (LMWA) over the percutaneous approach (PMWA) for treatment of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC). We compared the two techniques in terms of technique efficacy, local tumor progression (LTP) and complication rates.Study design: A retrospective comparative analysis was performed on 91 consecutive patients (102 HCC tumors) who underwent PMWA or LMWA between October 2014 and May 20...
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Authors: Heppt MV, Steeb T, Szeimies RM, Berking C Abstract Actinic keratoses (AK) are common precancerous cutaneous lesions in fair-skinned individuals as a result of cumulative exposure to ultraviolet radiation. Due to their high prevalence, AK account for a large disease burden, in particular in older persons. As AK may potentially progress into invasive cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma, guidelines recommend early and consequent treatment. Numerous lesion- and field-directed interventions with different efficacy and safety profiles are currently licensed in Germany. The appropriate intervention should...
Conclusions: With oversampling and improvements in the recruitment strategies, Papás Saludables Niños Saludables is feasible for a randomized controlled clinical trial to address whether a father-targeted lifestyle program is efficacious among low-income Hispanic men and their children. PMID: 32466678 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]