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(intersection syndrome)
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  • [Clinical value of V-shaped concealed incision in parotid benign tumors]. [Journal Article]
    Lin Chung Er Bi Yan Hou Tou Jing Wai Ke Za Zhi 2019; 33(7):615-618Su J, Li P, … Xie JH
  • CONCLUSIONS: The V-shaped concealed incision is performed for benign tumor resection of the parotid gland. The incision approach is concealed and the scar is not obvious.The surgical field is clear and easy to operate.It is not easy to damage the facial nerve and the ear nerve. After the operation,the patient has a satisfactory facial shape.The parotid gland secretion function is basically normal,which is superior to the traditional S-shaped incision and has good clinical application value.
  • Intersection syndrome: an acute surgical disease in elite rowers. [Journal Article]
    BMJ Open Sport Exerc Med 2019; 5(1):e000535Hoy G, Trease L, Braybon Deceased W
  • CONCLUSIONS: We encourage early surgical management of intersection syndrome of the wrist to allow almost immediate return to training, and therefore interfere less with technique modification and time out of the water. This minimises career disruption in the elite rowing community.
  • Infant With Trisomy 18 and Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome. [Journal Article]
    Pediatrics 2019; 143(5)Kukora S, Firn J, … Lantos JD
  • We present a case in which a fetal diagnosis of complex congenital heart disease and trisomy 18 led to a series of decisions for an infant who was critically ill. The parents wanted everything done. The surgeons believed that surgery would be futile. The parents publicized the case on social media, which led to publicity and pressure on the hospital. The case reveals the intersection of parental …
  • Frontal-subcortical behaviors during Alzheimer's disease in individuals with Down syndrome. [Journal Article]
    Neurobiol Aging 2019; 78:186-194Fonseca LM, Mattar GP, … Hoexter MQ
  • There is evidence that frontal-subcortical circuits play an important role in the initial presentation of dementia in Down syndrome (DS), including changes in behavior, a decline in working memory and executive dysfunction. We evaluated 92 individuals with DS (≥30 years of age), divided into 3 groups by diagnosis-stable cognition, prodromal dementia, and Alzheimer's disease. Each individual was e…
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