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  • Effects of mechanical injury on the tribological rehydration and lubrication of articular cartilage. [Journal Article]
    J Mech Behav Biomed Mater 2019; 101:103422Farnham MS, Larson RE, … Price C
  • Healthy articular cartilage is crucial to joint function, as it provides the low friction and load bearing surface necessary for joint articulation. Nonetheless, joint injury places patients at increased risk of experiencing both accelerated cartilage degeneration and wear, and joint dysfunction due to post-traumatic osteoarthritis (PTOA). In this study, we used our ex vivo convergent stationary …
  • Barium Retention Following Examination for Pylorus Stenosis. [Case Reports]
    Gastroenterology Res 2019; 12(4):216-220Slastan M, Dobrota D
  • Barium retention is a rare complication of upper gastrointestinal tract examination when using barium sulphate as a contrast agent. We present a case of rare barium retention and precipitation in the stomach in terrain of chronic gastrostasis and the review of literature on complications of barium sulphate administration. A 38-year-old patient was diagnosed with benign pylorostenosis. After consu…
  • Clinical relevance of esophageal subepithelial activity in eosinophilic esophagitis. [Review]
    J Gastroenterol 2019Hirano I
  • Esophageal subepithelial activity (ESEA) is an important determinant of disease severity and complications in eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE). Inflammation and fibrosis of the lamina propria and muscularis propria result in esophageal dysfunction and stricture formation that are clinically manifest by symptoms of dysphagia and food impaction as well as the need for esophageal dilation. Esophageal …
  • Recent advances in dysphagia management. [Review]
    F1000Res 2019; 8Triggs J, Pandolfino J
  • The literal definition of dysphagia is "disturbed eating". However, it is more accurately described in clinical practice as a sensation of food or liquid being stuck in the esophagus or chest. If this sensation is associated with pain, it is labeled odynophagia, and if it is associated with persistent obstruction and bolus retention, it is categorized as a food impaction. Through research and tec…
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