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  • Visceral pain from colon and rectum: the mechanotransduction and biomechanics. [Review]
    J Neural Transm (Vienna) 2019Feng B, Guo T
  • Visceral pain is the cardinal symptom of functional gastrointestinal (GI) disorders such as the irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and the leading cause of patients' visit to gastroenterologists. IBS-related visceral pain usually arises from the distal colon and rectum (colorectum), an intraluminal environment that differs greatly from environment outside the body in chemical, biological, thermal, an…
  • A 100-million-year old predator: a fossil neuropteran larva with unusually elongated mouthparts. [Journal Article]
    Zoological Lett 2019; 5:29Haug JT, Müller P, Haug C
  • CONCLUSIONS: We provide a comparison that includes quantitative aspects of different types of neuropteran larvae to emphasise the exceptionality of the new larva, and discuss its possible relationships to known lineages of Neuroptera; possible interpretations are closer relationships to Dilaridae or Osmylidae. In any case, several of the observed characters must have evolved convergently. With this new find, we expand the known morphological diversity of neuropterans in the Cretaceous fauna.
  • Pediatric earlobe keloids: Outcomes and patterns of recurrence. [Journal Article]
    J Pediatr Surg 2019Khan FA, Drucker NA, … Islam S
  • CONCLUSIONS: This represents the largest series of earlobe keloids treatment in children. Our data suggest that recurrence rates are unaffected by the age at excision and race of the patient. Moreover, adjuncts to excisional therapy such as steroid injection, compression therapy and radiation also did not appear to influence recurrence. Given the pattern of recurrences studies with longer term follow-up are needed to assess the efficacy of treatment strategies.
  • The lumbar artery perforator flap: clinical review and guidance on image reporting. [Review]
    Clin Radiol 2019; 74(10):756-762Mujtaba B, Hanafy AK, … Morani AC
  • The lumbar artery perforator (LAP) flap is a relatively new procedure that can be utilized to manage lumbosacral defects in addition to reconstructing distal body parts as well, such as breast reconstruction. This fasciocutaneous flap is designed based on the LAPs small arteries that emerge from the lumbar arteries then move superficially piercing overlying tissues to perforate the lumbar fascia …
  • Fashion for a reason: Oral jewellery to aid forensic odontology. [Journal Article]
    J Forensic Leg Med 2019; 66:38-43Farrukh F, Mânica S
  • Jewellery along with other personal effects have been used for human identification and acknowledged in the INTERPOL (The International Criminal Police Organization) DVI (disaster victim identification) forms. It is hypothesised that modified oral jewellery has scope as a unique personal effect that can be used in combination with other identifiers. The main aim of this study was to investigate t…
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