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  1. Staining of E-selectin ligands on paraffin-embedded sections of tumor tissue

    Carrascal, MA; Talina, C; Borralho, P; Gonçalo Mineiro, A; Henriques, AR; Pen, C; Martins, M; Braga, S; Sackstein, R; Videira, PA
    BACKGROUND: The E-selectin ligands expressed by cancer cells mediate adhesion of circulating cancer cells to endothelial cells, as well as within tissue microenvironments important for tumor progression and metastasis. The identification of E-selectin ligands within cancer tissue could yield new biomarkers for patient stratification and aid in identifying novel therapeutic targets. The determinants of selectin ligands consist of sialylated tetrasaccharides, the sialyl Lewis X and A (sLeX and sLeA), displayed on protein or lipid scaffolds. Standardized procedures for immunohistochemistry make use of the antibodies against sLeX and/or sLeA. However, antibody binding does not define E-selectin binding activity. METHODS: In this study, we developed...

  2. Trans-esophageal endobronchial ultrasound-guided needle aspiration (EUS-B-NA): A road map for the chest physician

    Bugalho, A; de Santis, M; Slubowski, A; Rozman, A; Eberhardt, R
    The endobronchial ultrasound (EBUS) scope has been increasingly used in the gastrointestinal tract (EUS-B). Scientific data proves its efficacy and safety to provide a complete lung cancer staging, when combined with EBUS-TBNA, and in the diagnosis of para-esophageal lesions. There are multiple barriers to start performing EUS-B but probably the most important ones are related to knowledge and training, so new operators should follow a structured training curriculum. This review aims to reflect the best current knowledge regarding EUS-B and provide a road map to assist those who are incorporating the technique into their clinical practice.

  3. Water protection after tympanostomy (Shepard) tubes does not decrease otorrhea incidence - retrospective cohort study

    Subtil, J; Jardim, A; Peralta Santos, A; Araújo, J; Saraiva, J; Paço, J
    INTRODUCTION: Myringotomy for tube insertion is the most common otologic surgery. Otorrhea is a frequent complication of this procedure and, to prevent it, most surgeons strongly recommend avoiding contact with water as this is thought to adversely impact on post-operative quality of life. OBJECTIVE: To understand the benefit of this recommendation. METHODS: Observational study - retrospective cohort study comparing the incidence of post-operative otorrhea and its impact on patients' quality of life, in two groups of patients comprising children under 10 years of age who underwent bilateral myringotomy and tube placement for chronic otitis media with effusion between May 2011 and May 2012. One group...

  4. A dermatosis of pregnancy

    Brás, S; Oliveira, A; Mendes-Bastos, P; Amaro, C

  5. Hemolysis, Elevated Liver Enzymes, Low Platelets Syndrome Superimposed on Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome

    Martins, I; Conceição, MG; Gomes, PP; Clode, N
    A pregnancy complicated by typical hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS) and hemolysis, elevated liver enzymes, low platelets (HELLP) syndrome is reported. At 20 weeks of gestation, a case of HUS was diagnosed, with Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli identified. Plasmapheresis allowed continuation of the pregnancy for 5 weeks. Superimposed preeclampsia and HELLP syndrome were diagnosed after the establishment of nephrotic range proteinuria, hypertension and recurrence of hemolysis. This is a singular case, as it demonstrates that HELLP syndrome can superimpose upon HUS, a fact that can impact future research on reproductive immunology. It also reminds clinicians that the overlapping of clinical and...

  6. The current situation in hip arthroscopy

    Marin-Peña, O; Tey-Pons, M; Perez-Carro, L; Said, HG; Sierra, P; Dantas, P; Villar, RN
    Hip arthroscopy is an evolving surgical technique that has recently increased in popularity.Although femoroacetabular impingement was an important launch pad for this technique, extra-articular pathology has been described through hip endoscopy.Good clinical results in the medium term will allow improvements in this technique and increase its indications. Cite this article: EFORT Open Rev 2017;2:58-65. DOI: 10.1302/2058-5241.2.150041.

  7. Pathophysiology, Diagnosis and Treatment of Somatosensory Tinnitus: A Scoping Review

    Haider, HF; Hoare, DJ; Costa, RF; Potgieter, I; Kikidis, D; Lapira, A; Nikitas, C; Caria, H; Cunha, NT; Paço, JC
    Somatosensory tinnitus is a generally agreed subtype of tinnitus that is associated with activation of the somatosensory, somatomotor, and visual-motor systems. A key characteristic of somatosensory tinnitus is that is modulated by physical contact or movement. Although it seems common, its pathophysiology, assessment and treatment are not well defined. We present a scoping review on the pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatment of somatosensory tinnitus, and identify priority directions for further research. Methods: Literature searches were conducted in Google Scholar, PubMed, and EMBASE databases. Additional broad hand searches were conducted with the additional terms etiology, diagnose, treatment. Results: Most evidence on the...

  8. Surgical Treatment of Rotator Cuff Tears After 65 Years of Age: A Systematic Review

    Silva, BM; Cartucho, A; Sarmento, M; Moura, N
    INTRODUCTION: The objective of this study was to analyze current evidence regarding surgical management of rotator cuff tears in patients of 65 years of age and above. Our hypothesis was that surgical repair of rotator cuff tears, in patients older than 65 years, conveys good outcome scores. We have not found a similar systematic review in current literature. MATERIAL AND METHODS: Medline®, PubMed, Scopus, and the Cochrane Register of Controlled Trials were searched from January 1999 unto December 2015 for studies, regardless of language, including the words 'rotator cuff' and '65 years' or '70 years'. Inclusion criteria were studies (level I to IV)...

  9. Cam deformity and the omega angle, a novel quantitative measurement of femoral head-neck morphology: a 3D CT gender analysis in asymptomatic subjects

    Mascarenhas, VV; Rego, P; Dantas, P; Gaspar, A; Soldado, F; Consciência, JG
    OBJECTIVE: Our objectives were to use 3D computed tomography (CT) to define head-neck morphologic gender-specific and normative parameters in asymptomatic individuals and use the omega angle (Ω°) to provide quantification data on the location and radial extension of a cam deformity. METHODS: We prospectively included 350 individuals and evaluated 188 asymptomatic hips that underwent semiautomated CT analysis. Different thresholds of alpha angle (α°) were considered in order to analyze cam morphology and determine Ω°. We calculated overall and gender-specific parameters for imaging signs of cam morphology (Ω° and circumferential α°). RESULTS: The 95 % reference interval limits were beyond abnormal thresholds found in the literature...

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