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  • Cardio-pulmonary MRI for detection of treatment response after a single BPA treatment session in CTEPH patients. [Journal Article]
  • EREur Radiol 2018 Oct 11
  • Schoenfeld C, Hinrichs JB, … Vogel-Claussen J
  • CONCLUSIONS: Cardio-pulmonary MRI detects and quantifies treatment response after a single BPA treatment session.• Two months after BPA regional parenchymal pulmonary perfusion (PBF) increased in the total lung parenchyma (p = 0.005), the treated lobes (p < 0.0001) and non-treated lobes (p = 0.015). • The PBF treatment changes in the treated lobe were significantly larger than in the non-treated lobes (p = 0.0049). • Change in NT proBNP, MRI-derived mean pulmonary artery pressure, pulmonary transit time, full width at half maximum, right ventricular (RV) ejection fraction, RV stroke volume, cardiac output, ventricular mass index and PBF in the non-treated lobes correlated with PBF change in the treated lobe (p < 0.05).
  • Posterior laxity increases over time after PCL reconstruction. [Journal Article]
  • KSKnee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc 2018 Jul 02
  • Gwinner C, Jung TM, … Weiler A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Early results after PCL reconstruction seem promising as posterior tibial translation is significantly improved. However, there is a significant increase in PTT from early postoperative values to the final follow-up of at least 5 years. This is particularly notable in patients with flattening of the TS. As a consequence, surgeons and patients need to be aware that initial posterior stability should not be equated with the final outcome.
  • Effects of repeated conditioning pain modulation in healthy volunteers. [Journal Article]
  • EJEur J Pain 2018 Jun 29
  • Hoegh M, Petersen KK, Graven-Nielsen T
  • CONCLUSIONS: Conditioned pain modulation-effects were maintained over four consecutive bouts and in the control-session repeated pain thresholds assessments habituated more than in the CPM-session leading to an increase in netCPM-effect over the four bouts.Conditioning pain modulation can be assessed in 5-min intervals by cuff algometry with a fixed conditioning stimulus. Without applying conditioning stimuli the pain sensitivity of test-stimuli habituated. As a consequence, it can be speculated that the conditioning stimulus may negate the temporal habituation effects during repeated sessions, whereas this may not be the case for unconditioned stimuli. Applying both conditioned and unconditioned repeated test-stimuli may be a way to assess different parts of the pain modulatory system, and a model for measuring a netCPM-effect, which could indicate a balance between habituation and sensitization, is proposed.
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