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  • Axillary Artery Dissection and Thrombosis after Closed Proximal Humerus Fracture - a Rare Interdisciplinary Challenge. [Journal Article]
    Z Orthop Unfall 2019Razaeian S, Rustum S, … Hawi N
  • CONCLUSIONS: Despite early diagnosis and management of this rare injury, the prognosis for functional recovery is guarded and largely dictated by the extent of neurological injury in the setting of concomitant brachial plexopathy. Brachial plexopathy is highly associated with axillary artery injury and its impact often underestimated in comparison due to its non-limb-threatening nature in the acute setting. Future studies should focus on the long-term prognosis for functional recovery in patients with this rare injury pattern.
  • Medical lessons from a historical case: The disappearance of King Charles IV. [Case Reports]
    JRSM Cardiovasc Dis 2019 Jan-Dec; 8:2048004019872371Sharma AR
  • Traumatic injury to the brain and its vessels is a major part of medical practice across the world. Its management however has long historical origins, but those beginnings can still teach clinical practitioners about the basic care of an injured patient. We present a little known historical medical case that to this day provides an example of best practice management resulting in successful clin…
  • Astroglial atrophy in Alzheimer's disease. [Review]
    Pflugers Arch 2019Verkhratsky A, Rodrigues JJ, … Semyanov A
  • Astrocytes, a class of morphologically and functionally diverse primary homeostatic neuroglia, are key keepers of neural tissue homeostasis and fundamental contributors to brain defence in pathological contexts. Failure of astroglial support and defence facilitate the evolution of neurological diseases, which often results in aberrant synaptic transmission, neurodegeneration and death of neurones…
  • Borders and Blood Fractions: Gamma Globulin and Canada's Fight against Polio, 1950-55. [Journal Article]
    Can Bull Med Hist 2019; :e052019Mawdsley SE
  • During the early 1950s, Canada's efforts to prevent polio became heavily influenced by developments in the United States. America's foremost polio charity, the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, sponsored University of Pittsburgh researcher Dr. William McD. Hammon to evaluate the efficacy of a human blood fraction, gamma globulin (GG), to prevent paralytic polio. When the resulting clin…
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