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  • [Prognostic value of testosterone during androgene deprivation therapy]. [Journal Article]
  • PUProg Urol 2019 Jul 13
  • Vallat A, Pillot P, … Irani J
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study did not show any link between testosterone levels at the end of the first off-treatment phase (before reintroducing ADT) and overall survival, metastasis-free survival and CRPC-free survival. Likewise, it was not associated with the frequency of adverse events or cancer-related complications. Initial ADT duration was not linked to CRPC occurrence or IADT chronological parameters.
  • Synergistic antibacterial activity of gold nanoparticles caused by apoptosis-like death. [Journal Article]
  • JAJ Appl Microbiol 2019 Jun 19
  • Lee B, Lee DG
  • CONCLUSIONS: The cation homeostasis disruption by AuNPs and the accumulation of reactive oxygen species by conventional antibiotics synergistically affected bacterial cell death and induced apoptosis-like death in Salmonella cells.The synergistic activity between AuNPs and antibiotics propose that the AuNPs are a potential antibacterial agent and adjuvant for antimicrobial chemotherapy.
  • Obstructive sleep apnoea as a late complication after tracheostomy. [Journal Article]
  • JLJ Laryngol Otol 2019 Jun 14; :1-4
  • Đanić D, Mrzljak Vučinić N, Đanić Hadžibegović A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Drug-induced sleep endoscopy should always be used for visualisation of anatomical structures below the vocal folds in patients with a history of cervical trachea surgery. These two cases demonstrate the importance of drug-induced sleep endoscopy in planning conservative and surgical treatments, contributing significantly to operative success.
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