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(European journal of medical research[TA])
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  • The effect of lipoaspirates vs. dissected abdominal fat on breast cancer cells in vitro. [Journal Article]
  • EJEur J Med Res 2017 Mar 21; 22(1):10
  • Almarzouqi F, Rennekampff HO, … Pallua N
  • CONCLUSIONS: Fat tissue increases the proliferation of MCF-7 cells in vitro. Our data suggest that lipoaspirates as well as DAF might possess a considerable potency to promote tumorigenic growth of breast cancer cells. Thus, clinical trials are needed to address the safety of lipofilling by breast reconstruction surgery after mastectomy.
  • Prosthetic joint infection development of an evidence-based diagnostic algorithm. [Meta-Analysis]
  • EJEur J Med Res 2017 Mar 09; 22(1):8
  • Mühlhofer HM, Pohlig F, … Schauwecker J
  • CONCLUSIONS: The evidence-based standardized algorithm combines modern clinical requirements and evidence-based treatment principles. The algorithm provides a detailed transparent standard operating procedure (SOP) for diagnosing PJI. Thus, consistently high, examiner-independent process quality is assured to meet the demands of modern quality management in PJI diagnosis.
  • Diagnostic accuracy of arthroscopic biopsy in periprosthetic infections of the hip. [Journal Article]
  • EJEur J Med Res 2017 Mar 04; 22(1):6
  • Pohlig F, Mühlhofer HM, … Schauwecker J
  • CONCLUSIONS: In conclusion, our data indicate that arthroscopic biopsy is superior to ESR and CRP as well as joint aspiration and their combinations. Concurrent microbiological and histological examination of the biopsy specimens allows for identification of the causative pathogen and its susceptibility pattern in order to preoperatively plan the surgical strategy as well as the antibiotic regimen. Moreover, intraarticular mechanical failure can be detected during hip arthroscopy emphasizing its diagnostic value. Level II diagnostic study.
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