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  • Body Mass Index in Young Women and Risk of Cardiomyopathy: A Long-Term Follow-Up Study in Sweden. [Journal Article]
    Circulation 2020; 141(7):520-529Robertson J, Lindgren M, … Åberg M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Elevated BMI among young women was associated with an increased risk of being diagnosed with a subsequent cardiomyopathy, especially dilated cardiomyopathy, starting already at mildly elevated body weight, whereas severe obesity entailed an almost 5-fold increase in risk. With the increasing numbers of persons who are overweight or obese, higher rates of cardiomyopathy can be expected in the future, along with an altered disease burden related to adiposity.
  • Male origin microchimerism and ovarian cancer. [Journal Article]
    Int J Epidemiol 2020Hallum S, Jakobsen MA, … Kamper-Jørgensen M
  • CONCLUSIONS: For the first time we report that women who test positive for male microchimerism in their circulation have reduced rates of ovarian cancer compared with women who test negative. Although the underlying mechanisms are presently unknown, we believe male microchimerism is potent in preventing ovarian cancer.
  • Emerging Role of Lymphatics in the Regulation of Intestinal Lipid Mobilization. [Review]
    Front Physiol 2019; 10:1604Xiao C, Stahel P, … Lewis GF
  • Intestinal handling of dietary triglycerides has important implications for health and disease. Following digestion in the intestinal lumen, absorption, and re-esterification of fatty acids and monoacylglycerols in intestinal enterocytes, triglycerides are packaged into lipoprotein particles (chylomicrons) for secretion or into cytoplasmic lipid droplets for transient or more prolonged storage. D…
  • Effectiveness and Safety of Percutaneous Thrombectomy Devices: Comparison of Rotarex and Angiojet in a Physiological Circulation Model. [Journal Article]
    Eur J Vasc Endovasc Surg 2020Rusch R, Trentmann J, … Berndt R
  • CONCLUSIONS: Both devices showed a comparable performance, with a slight advantage for the Rotarex regarding first pass recanalisation. Significantly more thrombo-emboli, and vascular injuries were observed in the Rotarex group with the latter being obviously the more tissue preserving procedure but potentially with a lower rate of recanalisation. Based on the present results, clinical randomised trials, including long term follow up, are needed to optimise and improve the use of catheter based procedures, taking into account the thrombus entity, localisation, and clinical history.
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