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27,714 results
  • No evidence of associations among body composition and symptoms in persons with multiple sclerosis. [Journal Article]
    Rehabil Psychol 2019Silveira SL, Pilutti LA, Motl RW
  • CONCLUSIONS: Additional research that examines other physiologic factors as well as psychological and situational factors based on the theory of unpleasant symptoms that might account for symptoms in persons with MS is necessary. This will inform behavioral interventions and rehabilitation programs that target theory-based factors such as correlates of symptoms in MS. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2019 APA, all rights reserved).
  • Clinical and radiological outcomes of conservative treatment for unilateral sagittal split fractures of C1 lateral mass. [Journal Article]
    Acta Orthop Traumatol Turc 2019Kim WJ, Park JB, … Min WK
  • CONCLUSIONS: Conservative treatment for USSF of C1 LM with TAL injury failed to achieve healing of the fracture, which resulted in lateral displacement of C1 LM. This caused coronal and sagittal malalignment of occipitocervical junction, resulting in unsatisfactory clinical outcomes. Our results suggest that early surgical stabilization should be considered in USSF of C1 LM with TAL injury, especially type I injury. However, conservative treatment may be sufficient for a USSF of the C1 LM with TAL intact.
  • Astroglial atrophy in Alzheimer's disease. [Review]
    Pflugers Arch 2019Verkhratsky A, Rodrigues JJ, … Semyanov A
  • Astrocytes, a class of morphologically and functionally diverse primary homeostatic neuroglia, are key keepers of neural tissue homeostasis and fundamental contributors to brain defence in pathological contexts. Failure of astroglial support and defence facilitate the evolution of neurological diseases, which often results in aberrant synaptic transmission, neurodegeneration and death of neurones…
  • Tumour-specific Causal Inference Discovers Distinct Disease Mechanisms Underlying Cancer Subtypes. [Journal Article]
    Sci Rep 2019; 9(1):13225Xue Y, Cooper G, … Lu X
  • Cancer is a disease mainly caused by somatic genome alterations (SGAs) that perturb cellular signalling systems. Furthermore, the combination of pathway aberrations in a tumour defines its disease mechanism, and distinct disease mechanisms underlie the inter-tumour heterogeneity in terms of disease progression and responses to therapies. Discovering common disease mechanisms shared by tumours wou…
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