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  • Successful treatment of pachydermoperiostosis patients with etoricoxib, aescin, and arthroscopic synovectomy: Two case reports. [Case Reports]
  • MMedicine (Baltimore) 2017; 96(47):e8865
  • Zhang H, Yang B
  • CONCLUSIONS: The therapeutic results showed that oral etoricoxib could reduce inflammation and retard progression of pachydermia, or even relieve facial skin furrowing, but had limited efficacy for arthralgia. However, oral aescin had satisfactory efficacy for arthralgia. Thus, etoricoxib combined with aescin is a safe and effective treatment for PDP. Meanwhile, arthroscopic synovectomy can be used to treat joint effusion, but had no therapeutic effect on arthralgia. Therefore, postoperative oral medications would be needed as subsequent therapy for joint problems. In conclusion, this study proposes an effective and safe treatment plan to address symptoms experienced by PDP patients.
  • [Clinical research of features of magnetic resonance imaging of high-voltage electrical burns in limbs at early stage]. [Journal Article]
  • ZSZhonghua Shao Shang Za Zhi 2017 Dec 20; 33(12):750-756
  • Li SJ, Wang ZL, … Li P
  • CONCLUSIONS: Skeletal muscle complete necrosis, injury, and edema could be preferably differentiated by MRI, and the definite scope and depth of electrical injury, the injury of skin, tendon, joint ligament, and bone could also be displayed well on MRI. It can provide objective imaging basis for the diagnosis of high-voltage electrical burns in limbs at early stage, the establishment of clinical operation plan, and the judgment of intraoperative tissue vitality.
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