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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.
  • An explorative literature review of the multifactorial causes of osteoporosis in epilepsy. [Review]
    Epilepsy Behav 2019; 100(Pt A):106511Diemar SS, Sejling AS, … Jørgensen NR
  • CONCLUSIONS: The literature supports the need for awareness of bone health in patients with epilepsy. The pathophysiological mechanisms are many and various wanting for further research in the less well-characterized areas. Furthermore, great responsibility rests on the healthcare professionals in implementing comprehensive patient care and in assuring bone protective measures in clinical practice to prevent bone loss in patients with epilepsy.
  • A case report of Morvan syndrome. [Case Reports]
    Ideggyogy Sz 2019; 72(7-8):285-288Aytaç E, Acar T
  • Morvan syndrome is a rare disease characterized by peripheral nerve hyperexcitability, encephalopathy, dys-autonomia and significant insomnia. The patient, who was included in the present study, was followed-up at our clinics for confusion, myokymia, hyperhidrosis, epileptic seizures, tachycardia, agitation, hypokalemia, and hyponatremia. The cranial MRI of the patient demonstrated hyperintensiti…
    Trans Am Clin Climatol Assoc 2019; 130:76-87Rosner MH
  • Exercise-associated hyponatremia (EAH) is defined by an acute fall in the serum or plasma sodium concentration to below 135 mmol/L that occurs during or up to 24 hours after prolonged physical activity. EAH has been reported in nearly every form of endurance activity and has a common pathogenic feature of excessive water intake which is usually coupled with elevated vasopressin levels. Symptomati…
  • Clinical Predictors of Acute Hyponatremia Following LARIAT Ligation of the Left Atrial Appendage. [Journal Article]
    J Cardiovasc Electrophysiol 2019Holmes BB, Patel N, … Ellis CR
  • CONCLUSIONS: Hyponatremia frequently occurs following LAA ligation with the LARIAT device. A low BMI <25kg/m2 is associated with a drop in serum sodium of >10mmol/L while increasing indexed LA diameter predicts any acute hyponatremia (AH). Acute hyponatremia is also associated with a significantly lower systolic blood pressure 48-72hrs post LAA exclusion with the LARIAT device. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
  • Hiccups and Inappropriate ADH Secretion Syndrome as Presentations of Tick-Borne Disease. [Journal Article]
    Eur J Case Rep Intern Med 2019; 6(8):001188Da Porto A, Battellino M, … Sechi L
  • Tick-borne diseases (Lyme disease and tick-borne encephalitis) are becoming a major public health concern. Rapid and correct diagnosis is crucial for complicated cases but is often delayed because of low suspicion or unusual clinical presentation. In this paper the authors describe two atypical presentations of Lyme disease and tick-borne encephalitis in order to help clinicians resolve diagnosti…
  • Hemorrhagic Presentation of Rathke Cleft Cysts: A Surgical Case Series. [Journal Article]
    Oper Neurosurg (Hagerstown) 2019Schooner L, Wedemeyer MA, … Zada G
  • CONCLUSIONS: RCCs occasionally present with hemorrhage and clinical symptoms that may be confused with apoplexy. Outcomes following hemorrhagic RCC treatment are excellent when treated at tertiary pituitary centers. Although hyperprolactinemia often improves following surgery, other pituitary axis deficits typically do not.
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