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  • Vasculitic Leg Ulcer Revealing an Essential Thrombocythemia. [Journal Article]
    Skinmed 2019; 17(3):204-205Lopes S, Esteves M, … Azevedo F
  • A 64-year-old man was referred to our department due to painful ulcers on the right leg that had evolved over the previous 6 months. There was also progressive weight loss. He had no relevant medical history. Clinically, we observed multiple ulcers, some of them with a necrotic base, located over the medial malleolus and calcaneus (Figures 1 and 2), with an associated livedoid appearance of the d…
  • Acute kidney injury due to acute cortical necrosis following vivax malaria. [Case Reports]
    Saudi J Kidney Dis Transpl 2019 Jul-Aug; 30(4):960-963Nair RK, Rao KA, … Prakash S
  • Malaria is a parasitic infection of global importance but has a high prevalence in the developing countries. Renal failure is a common complication of severe Plasmodium falciparum malaria and has been reported in up to 40% of all cases. Acute kidney injury (AKI), however, is not commonly associated with Plasmodium vivax infection. In those patients who develop AKI following P. vivax infection, th…
  • Quantification of spiral artery remodelling using an Adobe Photoshop based technique. [Journal Article]
    Reproduction 2019Otun HA, Innes B, … Bulmer JNN
  • Uterine spiral arteries undergo remodelling in normal pregnancy, with replacement of the musculoelastic arterial media by fibrinoid containing extravillous trophoblast cells. Deficient spiral artery remodelling is associated with several adverse pregnancy outcomes. Although there are distinct components of spiral artery remodelling, assessment is subjective and often based on an overall impressio…
  • A giant fibrinoid pericardial mass in a patient with rheumatoid arthritis: a case report. [Journal Article]
    Eur Heart J Case Rep 2019; 3(2)Cañas F, Lopez Ponce de León JD, … Cañas CA
  • CONCLUSIONS: Symptomatic RA pericarditis is a rare cardiac manifestation of RA, whilst associated significant haemodynamic compromise is even rarer. The condition could manifest with a giant compressive pericardial mass composed of fibrinous material, with particular involvement of the right ventricle. Exclusion of other conditions, such as neoplasms and infections, is necessary.
  • Placental structure in gestational diabetes mellitus. [Review]
    Biochim Biophys Acta Mol Basis Dis 2019; :165535Carrasco-Wong I, Moller A, … San Martín S
  • The placenta is a transitory organ, located between the mother and the foetus, which supports intrauterine life. This organ has nutritional, endocrine and immunologic functions to support foetal development. Several factors are related to the correct functioning of the placenta including foetal and maternal blood flow, appropriate nutrients, expression and function of receptors and transporters, …
  • Cutaneous necrotizing small-vessel vasculitis induced by acute hepatitis E. [Case Reports]
    Clin Case Rep 2019; 7(8):1539-1541Viallard JF, Vergier B, … Pellegrin JL
  • Hepatitis E virus is a new emergent virus causing acute self-limiting hepatitis, but may also cause extrahepatic manifestations. Hepatitis E virus should be systematically considered in patients with cutaneous small-vessel vasculitis and cytolytic hepatitis.
  • [The architectonics of fetal placental veins in second-trimester cytomegalovirus infection]. [Journal Article]
    Arkh Patol 2019; 81(4):43-47Gorikov IN, Andrievskaya IA, … Dovzhikova IV
  • CONCLUSIONS: In the development of subcompensated placental insufficiency in women who have experienced an exacerbation of latent cytomegalovirus infection in the second trimester of pregnancy, an important role is assigned to anatomical and pathological changes in the umbilical, fetal surface, and villous chorionic veins, which indicate the development of fetoplacental hypertension, the deceleration of blood flow, and the longer contact of the pathogen with the endothelium and syncytiotrophoblast.
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