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  • A Large-Scale, Cross-Sectional Investigation Into the Efficacy of Brain Training. [Journal Article]
    Front Hum Neurosci 2019; 13:221Hampshire A, Sandrone S, Hellyer PJ
  • Brain training is a large and expanding industry, and yet there is a recurrent and ongoing debate concerning its scientific basis or evidence for efficacy. Much of evidence for the efficacy of brain training within this debate is from small-scale studies that do not assess the type of "brain training," the specificity of transfer effects, or the length of training required to achieve a generalize…
  • A big mesenteric rupture after blunt abdominal trauma: A case report and literature review. [Journal Article]
    Int J Surg Case Rep 2019; 61:56-59Stefanou CK, Stefanou SK, … Spyrou S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Mesentery and bowel injury constitutes 3-5% of blunt abdominal injuries. The main diagnostic challenge is to identify lesions that require surgery. Diagnostic delay over 8 h can lead to high morbidity and mortality rates. Laparotomy is the standard of care in hemodynamically unstable patients.In polytrauma cases with abdominal pain and unclear CT findings the decision to proceed with exploratory laparotomy is better than a conservative treatment, because any surgical delay can lead to severe complications.
  • Complete Digital Pathology for Routine Histopathology Diagnosis in a Multicenter Hospital Network. [Journal Article]
    Arch Pathol Lab Med 2019Retamero JA, Aneiros-Fernandez J, Del Moral RG
  • CONCLUSIONS: Digital pathology is an adequate medium for primary histopathology diagnosis. Successful digitization relies on existing sample tracking and integration of the information technology infrastructure. Rapid and reliable scanning at ×40 equivalent was key to the transition to a fully digital workflow. Digital pathology resulted in efficiency gains in the preanalytical and analytical phases, and created the basis for computational pathology: the use of computer-assisted tools to aid diagnosis.
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