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  • Esophageal lichen planus: towards diagnosis of an underdiagnosed disease. [Journal Article]
    Scand J Gastroenterol 2019; :1-10Schauer F, Monasterio C, … Kreisel W
  • CONCLUSIONS: Esophageal involvement of LP is frequent, but may be asymptomatic. ELP can be diagnosed using the diagnostic criteria proposed here. Dysphagia and combined oral and genital manifestation are associated with ELP. Therapy with topical corticosteroids appears to be a prudent therapeutic approach for ELP.
  • An Exploration of Factors Affecting In Vitro Deposition of Pharmaceutical Aerosols in the Alberta Idealized Throat. [Journal Article]
    J Aerosol Med Pulm Drug Deliv 2019Ruzycki CA, Martin AR, Finlay WH
  • CONCLUSIONS: Three of six inhalers showed sensitivity to insertion angle. When directed toward the tongue versus the back of the mouth, the filter dose decreased from 21.9% to 15.6% (percent delivered dose) for Easyhaler Budesonide (p < 0.001), from 46.5% to 26.0% for Ventolin Evohaler (p < 0.001), and from 56.7% to 35.7% for Flovent HFA (p < 0.001) for tests at ambient laboratory humidity. Sensitivity to insertion angle and increases in total lung dose variability may be reduced in future products using larger diameter mouthpieces and smaller particles for DPIs and lower-momentum sprays for pMDIs. Humidity influenced deposition from Ventolin Evohaler and Flovent HFA. When oriented toward the back of the oral cavity, the filter dose decreased from 46.5% to 36.9% for Ventolin Evohaler (p = 0.005) and from 56.7% to 44.2% for Flovent HFA (p < 0.001) at high humidity relative to low. High humidity may cause a reduction in total in vitro lung doses for some pMDI aerosols.
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