Malignant syphilis in an AIDS patient
This study reports the case of a 27-year-old man who has been HIV positive for 6 years, uses antiretroviral therapy incorrectly, has a TCD4+ cell count of 340 cells/mm3, a VDRL of 1:128 and itchy disseminated hyperchromic maculopapular lesions with rupioid crusts compatible with malignant syphilis.
ConclusionAlthough BD awareness has increased, important disparities persist. Knowledge of BD’s impact on risk has increased; knowledge about masking and BD discussions with providers has not. Most women want to know their BD, would not feel anxious or confused as a result of knowing, and would feel empowered to make decisions. The federal BD notification legislation presents an opportunity to improve awareness and knowledge and encourage BD conversations with providers.Graphical abstract
Publication date: Available online 20 November 2019Source: International Journal of PsychophysiologyAuthor(s): Yuanxiao Ma, Na Hu, Guangzeng Liu, Xu ChenAbstractAdult attachment is particularly known for the modulating role of caregiving motivation and behavior. Although most studies consider attachment style relatively stable, it may also be affected by various situational factors, and these temporary fluctuations are related to meaningful behaviors. Using functional magnetic resonance imaging, the present study aims to examine whether neural responses to infant faces are moderated by participants' state attachment. The r...
Conclusions Depression is common among NH residents in Jordan and is associated significantly with poor QoL. This study yielded empirical data that may be used to develop strategies to enhance or promote the mental health status and QoL of NH residents in Jordan.
Conclusions/Implications for Practice: Cognitive dysfunction is commonly seen in patients with cancer receiving chemotherapy. Chemotherapy, age, and psychological factors increase susceptibility to cognitive dysfunction in adult patients with cancer. Oncology nurses should be aware that patients with cancer may be extremely vulnerable to cognitive dysfunction. Furthermore, age and psychological factors must be considered when developing symptom management and supportive care intervention programs to reduce the incidence of negative cognitive outcomes in this population.
Conclusions The SCNS-ST9-C is a brief, low-burden, and psychometrically valid instrument that may be applied in ethnically Chinese settings. This tool takes 1–2 minutes to complete. Further testing of the psychometrics of this instrument in different cancer populations is recommended.
Pancreatic cystic lesions (PCLs) are commonly encountered, with a prevalence of over 40% in patients undergoing cross-sectional imaging; the incidence increases with age.1 The vast majority are discovered incidentally, are branch duct intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasms (IPMNs), and will never progress to cancer. Despite this, and because the guidelines are controversial and based on little evidence, the management of PCLs continues to create anxiety and frustration for both the patient and the gastroenterologist.
Condition: Wound Heal Intervention: Other: Music intervention Sponsor: KK Women's and Children's Hospital Completed
Conditions: Surgery; Anxiety Intervention: Other: Music Sponsor: Children's Surgical Center, Cambodia Recruiting
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The quilt ’s more than 50,000 panels will move to the National AIDS Memorial, while its archive of personal items will go to the Library of Congress.