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  • Canalis sinuosus: anatomical variation or structure? [Journal Article]
    Surg Radiol Anat 2019Aoki R, Massuda M, … Fernandes KS
  • CONCLUSIONS: As CS was frequently found in our sample, it can be considered an anatomical structure, and as such, it is fundamental that the dentist requests a CBCT examination before performing any invasive procedure in the maxillary region to preserve this important structure.
  • Chronotherapy for the rapid treatment of depression: A meta-analysis. [Review]
    J Affect Disord 2019; 261:91-102Humpston C, Benedetti F, … Veale D
  • CONCLUSIONS: The number of RCTs included in this meta-analysis was small, and the potential for risk of bias could not be ascertained accurately. One specific limitation is that studies nearly all included in-patients and the results may not be generalisable to out-patients, and nearly all the subjects lacked credibility ratings before receiving treatment.Chronotherapy appears to be effective and well-tolerated in depressed patients. Nevertheless, further clinical and cost effectiveness studies are needed.
  • Lower extremity paralysis after radiofrequency ablation of vertebral metastases. [Journal Article]
    World Neurosurg 2019Huntoon K, Eltobgy M, … Elder JB
  • CONCLUSIONS: Post-operative MRI scans and physical examination suggest RFA-induced thermal injury as the most likely mechanism of paralysis. In this report, a review of previous <i>in vivo</i> models used in studying the efficacy and safety of spine RFA are discussed. Additionally, the literature has been reviewed for any neurological events reported with the use of RFA in the treatment of patients with vertebral pathology.
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