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  • Sounds unrealistic: an adolescent girl with anorexia nervosa consumes 19 L of fluid in a few hours: what happens to the physiology? [Review]
    Eat Weight Disord 2019Oden Akman A, Cak HT, … Kanbur N
  • CONCLUSIONS: A thorough clinical assessment of hydration and drinking behaviors as well as eating behaviors is essential for patients with EDs to avoid serious medical complications with high mortality and morbidity during follow-up. It is interesting that this amount of fluid consumption in such a short period of time did not present to the clinic with vomiting, gastric dilatation or bowel irrigation symptoms in a case with acute food refusal and restriction for a year, instead absorbed very quickly causing acute and severe symptomatic hyponatremia with generalized seizures.
  • Clinico-genetic model to predict methotrexate intolerance in rheumatoid arthritis. [Journal Article]
    Clin Rheumatol 2019Sandhu A, Dhir V, … Bhatnagar A
  • CONCLUSIONS: A clinical-genetic model including BMI and SNP FPGS 10101 was found to have a modest prediction ability for methotrexate intolerance. Key Points • Methotrexate intolerance (symptomatic adverse effects) was common and occurred in 37% patients over 6 months. • SNP FPGS rs10106 and low body mass index were associated with methotrexate intolerance. • Clinico-genetic model had a modest ability of 66% for predicting intolerance.
  • [Caries explosion following bariatric surgery]. [Journal Article]
    Ned Tijdschr Tandheelkd 2019; 126(9):437-441Klüter WJ, Koehestanie P, de Baat C
  • In a general dental practice, attention was drawn to a patient by numerous deep carious cavities following bariatric surgery. In the research literature, indications can be found for a negative influence of bariatric surgery on oral health. Risk factors for caries, such as the number of cariogenic bacteria in saliva, inadequate quantity and quality of saliva, gastrooesophageal reflux and vomiting…
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