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Association of low-energy femoral fractures with prolonged bisphosphonate use: a case control study
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A significantly greater proportion of patients with subtrochanteric/shaft fractures to be on long-term bisphosphonates than intertrochanteri/femoral neck fractures is found.
Decreased CD10 expression in grade III and in interfollicular infiltrates of follicular lymphomas.
TLDR
It is suggested that CD10 expression is frequently weak to negative in grade III and in interfollicular infiltrates of FLs and does not exclude the possibility that the neoplastic lymphocytes are of follicle center cell origin.
Deep neck infections in diabetic patients.
The significance of human papillomavirus viral load in prediction of histologic severity and size of squamous intraepithelial lesions of uterine cervix.
TLDR
The present study revealed that the effect of HPV infection on SIL development is highly influenced by high viral load and highlighted a potential application of viral load testing in predicting the size and severity of lesions of the uterine cervix.
Changing epidemiology of triplet pregnancy: etiology and outcome over twelve years.
TLDR
Early prenatal diagnosis, judicious prolongation of gestation, and planned delivery by cesarean section combined with major improvement in neonatal care by experienced neonatologists has improved survival of triplet neonates.
Immunophenotypic profile of myeloid cells in granulocytic sarcoma by immunohistochemistry. Correlation with blast differentiation in bone marrow.
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The results show that positive staining with PG-M1, but not KP1, suggests monocytic differentiation of myeloid cells in GS and correlates with the monocytics differentiation of blasts in the bone marrow.
Predisposing factors of life-threatening deep neck infection: logistic regression analysis of 214 cases.
TLDR
Although complicated deep neck infection is a rapidly progressive disease with a high mortality, one can not thoroughly predict the prognosis or avoid it happening completely, but if one can detect and pay more attention to the high-risk group of patients with use of aggressive therapy, the incidence of complicated deepneck infection may be reduced.
Reduction in erythropoietin doses by the use of chronic intravenous iron supplementation in iron-replete hemodialysis patients.
TLDR
It is concluded that maintaining high levels of serum ferritin and transferrin saturation could further reduce the requirement of rHuEPO in chronic HD patients, but the long-term effect of iron overloading to patients' nutritional status must be further evaluated in contrast to the economic saving.
Outpatient versus inpatient renal biopsy: a retrospective study.
TLDR
The outpatient renal biopsy appears to be equally as safe and efficient as the inpatient biopsy, however, patients with clinical bleeding tendency, such as patients with a serum creatinine level over 4 mg/dl (approaching CKD stages IV, V) should be checked before biopsy due to a higher risk of prolonged bleeding time.
Decreased CD10-positive mature granulocytes in bone marrow from patients with myelodysplastic syndrome.
TLDR
Flow cytometry might be a useful adjunct in the assessment of patients with suspected MDS by flow cytometry using both light scatter and surface marker characteristics, including CD10 and myeloid lineage-associated antigens.
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