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  • The Use of Technology in the Clinical Care of Depression: An Evidence Map. [Journal Article]
  • JCJ Clin Psychiatry 2018 Aug 21; 79(5)
  • Apaydin EA, Maher AR, … Hempel S
  • CONCLUSIONS: This evidence map provides a broad overview of the existing research evaluating technology in depression care. Computer applications are still most common. Almost all applications yield symptom improvement. More information is needed to evaluate the role of technology in clinical care.
  • Telemedicine for diabetic retinopathy screening using an ultra-widefield fundus camera. [Journal Article]
  • COClin Ophthalmol 2017; 11:1477-1482
  • Hussain N, Edraki M, … Mohammed N
  • CONCLUSIONS: The present study has shown the effectiveness of DR screening using UWF fundus camera. It has shown the effectiveness of trained nursing personnel taking fundus images. This model can be replicated in any private multi-specialty hospital and reduce the burden of DR screening in the retina clinic and enhance early detection of treatable DR.
  • A systematic review of St. John's wort for major depressive disorder. [Review]
  • SRSyst Rev 2016 09 02; 5(1):148
  • Apaydin EA, Maher AR, … Hempel S
  • CONCLUSIONS: SJW monotherapy for mild and moderate depression is superior to placebo in improving depression symptoms and not significantly different from antidepressant medication. However, evidence of heterogeneity and a lack of research on severe depression reduce the quality of the evidence. Adverse events reported in RCTs were comparable to placebo and fewer compared with antidepressants. However, assessments were limited due to poor reporting of adverse events and studies were not designed to assess rare events. Consequently, the findings should be interpreted with caution.
  • Primary squamous cell carcinoma of thyroid: a case report and review of literature. [Case Reports]
  • HNHead Neck Oncol 2012 Mar 27; 4:8
  • Tunio MA, Al Asiri M, … Akasha R
  • CONCLUSIONS: Primary SCC of thyroid is rare and aggressive entity. FNAC is reliable and effective tool for immediate diagnosis. Surgery is a curative option, but it is not always possible as most of cases present as locally advanced with adjacent organs involvement. EBRT alone was found ineffective. Aggressive combined modality (debulking surgery, radiation and chemotherapy) shall be considered for such cases.
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