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  • Psychotic symptoms following oxycodone withdrawal, case report and update. [Journal Article]
    Eur Rev Med Pharmacol Sci 2019; 23(14):6315-6320Casado-Espada NM, Martín C, … Roncero C
  • Opiate withdrawal-induced psychosis is an uncommon clinical manifestation. We present a 36-year-old male patient, with no prior personal or familiar psychiatric history, in treatment with several analgesic drugs (including oxycodone) for non-inflammatory chronic rachialgia. The patient is hospitalized after exhibiting psychotic symptomatology (delusions of harm and contamination, olfactory halluc…
  • A lucid review of Helicobacter pylori-induced DNA damage in gastric cancer. [Review]
    Helicobacter 2019; :e12631Fu L, Xie C
  • Helicobacter pylori (H pylori) is the main risk factor for gastric cancer (GC). In recent years, many studies have addressed the effects of H pylori itself and of H pylori-induced chronic inflammation on DNA damage. Unrepaired or inappropriately repaired DNA damage is one possible carcinogenic mechanism. We may conclude that H pylori-induced DNA damage is one of the carcinogenic mechanisms of GC.…
  • [A rare case of Streptococcus agalactiae meningitis in previously healthy adult]. [Journal Article]
    Rinsho Shinkeigaku 2019; 59(7):448-450Kuzume D, Morimoto Y, … Yamasaki M
  • A 39-year-old previously healthy man was referred to our hospital because of acute onset of fever and consciousness disturbance. Neurological examinations revealed deteriorated consciousness, nuchal rigidity and Kernig's sign. A lumbar puncture yielded clouded fluid with a WBC 1,012/μl (polynuclear cell 96%), 147.3 mg/dl of protein, 44 mg/dl of glucose and Gram positive cocci. At first, he was tr…
  • [Napping in the emergency department at Evreux hospital in Normandy]. [Journal Article]
    Rev Infirm 2019; 68(250):32-33Depil Duval A, Haupais F
  • Seeking to improve the working conditions in the reception of the emergency department, a hospital team has implemented a protocol aiming to promote and encourage the practice of napping for all medical and paramedical staff. Under less stress, even if successive 24- or 12-hour on-call shifts remain difficult, the professionals perceive a benefit in terms of quality of working life. This helps th…
  • Increased creative thinking in narcolepsy. [Journal Article]
    Brain 2019Lacaux C, Izabelle C, … Oudiette D
  • Some studies suggest a link between creativity and rapid eye movement sleep. Narcolepsy is characterized by falling asleep directly into rapid eye movement sleep, states of dissociated wakefulness and rapid eye movement sleep (cataplexy, hypnagogic hallucinations, sleep paralysis, rapid eye movement sleep behaviour disorder and lucid dreaming) and a high dream recall frequency. Lucid dreaming (th…
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