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  • Retrospective analysis of 73 cases of elastofibroma. [Journal Article]
  • ARAnn R Coll Surg Engl 2019 Jun 24; :1-10
  • Haihua R, Xiaobing W, … Xinxin H
  • CONCLUSIONS: A correct diagnosis of elastofibroma can be made prior to surgical resection by examining typical clinical features and characteristic imaging findings. Short- and long-term outcomes of local excision are good, with no further recurrence.
  • Risk of otitis media with effusion (OME) in children by Pseudomonas aeruginosa. [Journal Article]
  • IJInt J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol 2019 Jun 19; 125:6-10
  • Emami A, Pirbonyeh N, … Motamedifar M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Pseudomonas aeruginosa was the most prevalent agent while mostly detected in patients who were referred from the tropical and humid region. According to these results, it is highly recommended to know the pattern of OME infection in each area separately for more successful treatment.
  • Tamoxifen-induced acute eosinophilic pneumonia in a breast cancer patient. [Journal Article]
  • IJInt J Surg Case Rep 2019 Feb 27; 60:186-190
  • Kwon E, Kim M, … Kim C
  • CONCLUSIONS: Tamoxifen was suspected as the cause of eosinophilic pneumonia since the patient developed high-grade fever at the time of tamoxifen administration, which subsided after discontinuation of the treatment. Other factors considered as the cause of pneumonia were examined, but all showed negative results. In order to confirm tamoxifen as the cause of pneumonia, tamoxifen treatment was restarted at follow-up (post-operative day 47); however, after 1 month, regular administration was not possible due to the development of itching symptom and difficulty in obtaining the patient's cooperation.The study highlights that if the patient on tamoxifen develops high fever and cough with dyspnea at 2-3days after the first administration, tamoxifen-induced pneumonia should be suspected.
  • Retrospective evaluation of pericardial catheter placement in the management of pericardial effusion in dogs (2007-2015):18 cases. [Journal Article]
  • JVJ Vet Emerg Crit Care (San Antonio) 2019 Jun 22
  • Cook S, Cortellini S, Humm K
  • CONCLUSIONS: Thoracic drainage catheters inserted into the pericardial space via a modified-Seldinger technique can be positioned in dogs to aid management of PEs. The main associated adverse event is arrhythmia. Minimal sedation is required for placement, and dogs tend not to require postprocedural analgesia. Catheters can remain in situ for repeated drainage, potentially decreasing staffing time requirement and repeat sedation. Their use is associated with a rate of arrhythmia requiring treatment of 22%, compared to that of needle pericardiocentesis alone at 13%. They are easy to position using equipment available in many facilities.
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