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  • Mineralocorticoid receptor excessive activation involved in glucocorticoid-related brain injury. [Journal Article]
    Biomed Pharmacother 2019; 122:109695Chen Y, Yu Y, … Xiao Z
  • The mechanisms involved in brain damage during chronic glucocorticoid exposure are poorly understood. Since mineralocorticoid receptor (MR) activation has been proven to be important in the pathophysiology of vascular damage and MRs are highly expressed in many brain regions, we hypothesized that the cerebral injury observed in subjects with Cushing syndrome is in part associated with the overact…
  • A cross-sectional study on uric acid levels among Chinese adolescents. [Journal Article]
    Pediatr Nephrol 2019Lu J, Sun W, … Li C
  • CONCLUSIONS: The studied adolescent population showed sUA level and hyperuricemia prevalence which are even higher than those of adults in China. The epidemic of youth hyperuricemia may pose a future threat of gout attacks and other hyperuricemia-related diseases, which alarms the public, health professionals and health policy makers to prepare the future health challenges.
  • Comparison of two routes in nasal passage for transnasale flexible fiberoptic laryngoscopy. [Journal Article]
    Eur Arch Otorhinolaryngol 2019Cengiz C, Şahin E, … Can İH
  • CONCLUSIONS: Decreases in O2 saturation and heart rate may be regarded as physiological effects of TNFFL. No significant difference between two routes was noted in the present study in terms of physiological effects and patient comfort during TNFFL. Introducing the endoscope between the inferior and middle turbinates may be a comfortable and safe option, particularly if the endoscope cannot be advanced along the nasal floor due to septum deviation, septal crest, inferior turbinate hypertrophy.
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