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  • Overview of venous pathology related to repetitive vascular trauma in athletes. [Review]
  • JVJ Vasc Surg Venous Lymphat Disord 2019 Jun 20
  • Menon D, Onida S, Davies AH
  • CONCLUSIONS: Key conditions including upper extremity and lower extremity venous thrombosis, venous aneurysms, Paget-Schroetter syndrome (effort thrombosis), and popliteal vein entrapment syndrome are discussed. Further studies evaluating long-term outcomes on morbidity for current treatment regimens in upper extremity DVT, effort thrombosis, venous thoracic outlet syndrome, and popliteal venous entrapment syndrome are required.
  • Identifying Malnutrition in End-stage Renal Disease (ESRD) (P12-037-19). [Journal Article]
  • CDCurr Dev Nutr 2019; 3(Suppl 1)
  • Seres D, McKeaveney C, … Reid J
  • CONCLUSIONS: We found a significant and incremental relationship between inflammation and anorexia which is supported by previous research. The FAACT may be a useful tool in identifying patients at higher risk of malnutrition-inflammation cachexia syndrome which has been associated with higher hospitalization and morality rates. Nutritional status and inflammation are important aspects of clinical practice in ESRD. A more focused approach to anorexia in ESRD is warranted.
  • Primary Intracranial Sarcomas, Myxoid Meningeal Sarcoma - a Case Report and Literature Review. [Journal Article]
  • KOKlin Onkol 2019; 32(3):214-219
  • Vrána D, Kalita O, … Sedláčková L
  • CONCLUSIONS: Myxoid meningeal sarcoma represents a rare disease with a high risk of recurrence. Unfortunately, there is no clear recommendation for treatment algorithm. The authors declare they have no potential conflicts of interest concerning drugs, products, or services used in the study. The Editorial Board declares that the manuscript met the ICMJE recommendation for biomedical papers.
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