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(Infantile Colic)
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  • Early-life programming of pain sensation? Spinal pain in pre-adolescents with pain experience in early life. [Journal Article]
    Eur J Pediatr 2019Joergensen AC, Lucas R, … Nybo Andersen AM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Experience of early-life pain is seemingly associated with spinal pain in pre-adolescence. The study highlights that early-life painful experiences can influence programming future pain responses. What is Known: • Spinal pain in pre-adolescents is common, causes marked discomfort and impairment in everyday life, and may be an important predictor of spinal pain later in life. • Neurobiological mechanisms have been suggested as involved in early programming of pain sensitization. What is New: • Pain exposure in early postnatal life in terms of infantile colic and recurrent otitis media is associated with spinal pain in pre-adolescence; thus, experience of such painful conditions in the early postnatal period may seemingly influence programming of future pain sensation.
  • Laparoscopic "first inferior mesenteric vein (IMV)" approach for a splenic flexure tumor - video vignette. [Letter]
    Colorectal Dis 2019Capkinoglu E, Unlu T, Mihmanli M
  • A tumor located in the distal third of the transverse colon, or in the left colonic angle, or in the proximal descending colon within 10 cm from the flexure may be defined as splenic flexure (SF) cancer .The oncological goal for all resectable colonic tumors is wide excision with associated lymphadenectomy. It is generally accepted that resection of tumors as the splenic flexure can be technicall…
  • Compression of cystic duct caused by focal nodular hyperplasia. [Journal Article]
    J Surg Case Rep 2019; 2019(10):rjz254Bente A, Ouedraogo M, … Glasgow KM
  • A 29-year-old female presenting with symptoms of biliary colic was found to have a liver mass compressing the cystic duct. Due to the anatomical placement of the growth, the compressed duct produced symptoms mimicking acute cholecystitis. The mass was diagnosed as focal nodular hyperplasia (FNH) upon biopsy. FNH is commonly found incidentally with nonhepatic clinical presentation or during an unr…
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