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  • Video-Assisted Bilateral Thoracoscopic Sympathotomy for Palmar Hyperhidrosis. [Journal Article]
    World Neurosurg 2019ReFaey K, Grewal SS, … Wharen RE
  • In this video, we demonstrate a case of a 21-year-old right-handed male who presented with palmar hyperhidrosis. His symptoms started at the age of 4 and progressively worsened throughout his life. Multiple medical treatments were used without significant benefit. His symptoms worsened to the limit that it affected his work, and lifestyle. The patient was taken to the operating room in a supine p…
  • [Secondary rhinoplasties]. [Journal Article]
    Ann Chir Plast Esthet 2019Wagner A, Duron JB
  • As a very challenging surgery, primary rhinoplasty can lead to secondary. After a primary, patient's concerns can sometimes be pretty easy to fix (remaining bump), but may some other request long and very difficult surgeries (short nose). This article describes the most common reasons of secondary rhinoplasties and provides, for each of them, a surgical treatment.
  • Measured radiation effects on InGaAsP/InP ring resonators for space applications. [Journal Article]
    Opt Express 2019; 27(17):24434-24444Brunetti G, McKenzie I, … Ciminelli C
  • Photonic ring resonators can be considered building blocks of new concept satellite payloads for implementing several functions, such as filtering and sensing. In particular, the use of a high Q-factor ring resonator as sensing element into a Resonant Micro Optic Gyroscope (RMOG), provides a remarkable improvement of the performance with respect to the competitive technologies. To qualify a ring …
  • Global network of computational biology communities: ISCB's Regional Student Groups breaking barriers. [Editorial]
    F1000Res 2019; 8Shome S, Parra RG, … Rahman F
  • Regional Student Groups (RSGs) of the International Society for Computational Biology Student Council (ISCB-SC) have been instrumental to connect computational biologists globally and to create more awareness about bioinformatics education. This article highlights the initiatives carried out by the RSGs both nationally and internationally to strengthen the present and future of the bioinformatics…
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