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  • [Idiopathic precocious puberty is common in girls]. [Journal Article]
  • ULUgeskr Laeger 2019 Jul 15; 181(29)
  • Senning DL, Rix M, … Leunbach TL
  • Precocious puberty (PP) in girls is common and mostly idiopathic due to precocious activation of the gonadotropic axis. In this review, we find it important to distinguish the normal variant of sligh…
  • Force-dependent binding constants. [Journal Article]
  • BBiochemistry 2019 Jul 18
  • Wang Y, Yan J, Goult BT
  • Life is an emergent property of transient interactions between biomolecules and other organic and inorganic molecules that somehow leads to harmony and order. Measurement and quantitation of these bi…
  • Prosthesis design influences segmental contribution to total cervical motion after cervical disc arthroplasty. [Journal Article]
  • ESEur Spine J 2019 Jul 15
  • Patwardhan AG, Havey RM
  • CONCLUSIONS: The designs of the cervical disc prostheses tested significantly influenced the variation in segmental motion fraction as the spine underwent motion between the endpoints of extension and flexion. While the mean segmental motion contribution to the total cervical motion was not influenced by prosthesis design, the way the motion took place between the extension and flexion endpoints was significantly influenced. The M6-C artificial disc restored physiologic motion quality such that implanted segments continued to function in harmony with other segments of the cervical spine as measured before arthroplasty. Conversely, the Mobi-C prosthesis, while maintaining average motion contributions similar to the pre-implantation values, demonstrated large deviations in motion contribution over the extension-to-flexion arc motion in ten of 16 implanted segments. Such non-physiologic implant kinematics could cause excessive prosthesis wear and motion and stress shielding at adjacent segments. These slides can be retrieved under Electronic Supplementary Material.
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