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  • Appropriateness of referrals to a urogynecology practice. [Journal Article]
    Int Urogynecol J 2019Ju R, Guanzon AM, … Heit MH
  • CONCLUSIONS: Age, anti-cholinergic medication use, referrer source and specialty are pre-initial visit predictors of urogynecology referral appropriateness. The predictor-generated model was successful in predicting referral appropriateness. Potential bias from information transfer issues, lack of pre-referral evaluation and referring provider unfamiliarity with urogynecology are possible reasons for inappropriate referrals and potential areas for improvement.
  • Measurement of Serum Tenascin-X in Joint Hypermobility Syndrome Patients. [Journal Article]
    Biol Pharm Bull 2019; 42(9):1596-1599Yamada K, Watanabe A, … Matsumoto KI
  • Joint hypermobility syndrome (JHS) (also termed hypermobility type Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, hEDS) is a heritable connective tissue disorder that is characterized by generalized joint hypermobility, chronic pain, fatigue, and minor skin changes. Initially, it was reported that there is a small subset of patients with JHS/hEDS who have haploinsufficiency of tenascin-X (TNX). However, the relationshi…
  • Floppy Glans-Classification, Diagnosis and Treatment. [Review]
    Sex Med Rev 2019Skrodzka M, Heffernan Ho D, Ralph D
  • CONCLUSIONS: Understanding the different glans abnormalities and unified terminology is crucial for optimization of the treatment. Medical therapy can always be tried before revision surgery, as long as it is safe for the patient and function of the implant. The accuracy of the position and size of the implant should always be thoroughly assessed before a diagnosis of the real glans hypermobility is made and treatment provided. Skrodzka M, Heffernan Ho D, Ralph D. Floppy Glans-Classification, Diagnosis And Treatment.
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