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  • Configuration of Primary and Recurrent Aggressive Fibromatosis on Contrast-Enhanced MRI with an Evaluation of Potential Risk Factors for Recurrences in MRI Follow-Up. [Journal Article]
    Rofo 2019Sedaghat S, Surov A, … Nicolas V
  • CONCLUSIONS: Primary and recurrent aggressive fibromatosis has a mostly fascicular configuration, but may appear ovoid, nodular, streaky/flat or polycyclic as well. High risks for tumor recurrences are detected for patients up to 25 years of age, patients within the first 9 post-operative months and patients with muscle edema after primary tumor resection.· Primary aggressive fibromatosis mostly has a fascicular configuration with heterogeneous contrast enhancement. · Recurrent aggressive fibromatosis usually has a fascicular configuration with heterogeneous/homogeneous contrast enhancement. · Patients within the first 9 post-operative months and up to 25 years of age have a significantly higher risk for recurrences. · Muscle edema after resection of primary aggressive fibromatosis is associated with a significantly higher risk for recurrences.
  • Epidemiology of weight loss, malnutrition and sarcopenia: a transatlantic view. [Review]
    Nutrition 2019; 69:110581Schneider SM, Correia MITD
  • Malnutrition is a common comorbidity in patients with cancer, with determinants linked to the patients, the tumor, and the treatment. Cancer malnutrition, also called cachexia, represents the chronic form of disease-related malnutrition with chronic inflammation, and strongly impairs the prognosis. Reduced muscle mass, otherwise called sarcopenia in these patients, is a feature of malnutrition an…
  • Role of protein S-nitrosylation in regulating beef tenderness. [Journal Article]
    Food Chem 2019; 306:125616Hou Q, Zhang CY, … Zhou GH
  • This research aimed to explore the role of protein S-nitrosylation in regulating the tenderness of postmortem beef, from the perspective of μ-calpain autolysis and protein proteolysis. Five bovine semimembranosus muscles were incubated with three treatments including S-nitrosoglutathione (GSNO, nitric oxide donor), normal saline and Nω-nitro-L-arginine methyl ester hydrochloride (L-NAME, nitric o…
  • High Output Chylous Fistula Post First Rib Resection. [Journal Article]
    Ann Vasc Surg 2019Nicholas Tsang CL, Gunanayagam P, … Villalba L
  • We present a patient who developed high output chyle leak post left first rib resection for neurogenic thoracic outlet syndrome. The persistent high output chylorrhea was refractory to three surgical re-explorations attempting to ligate leaking branches, bed rest, non-fat diet, parenteral nutrition, octreotide administration, and vacuum assisted closure (VAC) therapy. In addition, she developed h…
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