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  • MYO-MRI diagnostic protocols in genetic myopathies. [Review]
    Neuromuscul Disord 2019Chardon JW, Díaz-Manera J, … MYO-MRI Working Group
  • Whole-body magnetic resonance imaging has emerged as a useful imaging tool in diagnosing and characterizing the progression of myopathies and muscular dystrophies. Whole-body MRI indications and diagnostic efficacy are becoming better defined with the increasing number of cases, publications and discussions within multidisciplinary working groups. Advanced Whole-body MRI protocols are rapid, lowe…
  • Post-operative emergence of acute brachial neuritis following posterior cervical laminectomy with fusion: A case report and review of the literature. [Journal Article]
    Int J Surg Case Rep 2019; 65:197-200Patel RH, Sheth RN
  • CONCLUSIONS: After a six-month follow-up visit, the patient recovered from the brachial neuritis but has residual numbness in the hand. The presentation of this case serves to transmit three fundamental purposes. First, this case serves to establish an intriguing possible association of the post-surgical period of cervical laminectomy with acute brachial neuritis and signifies the importance post-operative linkage with brachial neuritis in general. Second, this case also highlights the importance of close clinical monitoring of patients with unique symptoms within the postoperative follow-up period to ensure successful improvement and accurate diagnosis.As an underdiagnosed and relatively obscure condition, this case serves as an imperative reference for physicians to illuminate differential diagnosis of similar symptomatic conditions and also to promote knowledge of brachial plexus neuritis which can lead to an early and precise diagnosis.
  • An adhesive locomotion model for the rock-climbing fish, Beaufortia kweichowensis. [Journal Article]
    Sci Rep 2019; 9(1):16571Wang J, Ji C, … Pan M
  • The rock-climbing fish (Beaufortia kweichowensis) adheres to slippery, fouled surfaces and crawls both forward and backward in torrential streams. During locomotion, two suckers can be distinguished. Here, the general skeletal structure of the rock-climbing fish was determined using microtomography. Friction and adhesion were positively correlated, as were friction and fin ray angle. The unique a…
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