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Randomized phase II study comparing two schedules of everolimus in patients with recurrent/metastatic breast cancer: NCIC Clinical Trials Group IND.163.
Oral everolimus has activity in metastatic breast cancer that is schedule dependent and no biologic correlates of response could be identified, although there were trends favoring benefit in ER-positive and HER2-negative metastatic Breast cancer.
Medical implications of ultrasonically detected polycystic ovaries
Polycystic ovaries are usually manifest on an ultrasound study as symmetrically enlarged ovaries containing numerous tiny cysts. The cysts are difficult to detect with conventional contact B‐scanners
Real‐time sonography to estimate muscle thickness: Comparison with MRI and CT
The feasibility of using real‐time sonography to measure muscle thickness in which intramuscular microstimulators have been implanted to treat or prevent disuse atrophy is investigated.
Tumor cavitation: impact on objective response evaluation in trials of angiogenesis inhibitors in non-small-cell lung cancer.
Cavitation of target and nontarget lesions is common in NSCLC patients treated with VEGFRIs and platinum-based chemotherapy and should be prospectively assessed in clinical trials of angiogenesis inhibitors.
Pelvic floor muscle training in women with stress urinary incontinence causes hypertrophy of the urethral sphincters and reduces bladder neck mobility during coughing
The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of a 12‐week pelvic floor muscle (PFM) training program on urethral morphology and mobility in women with stress urinary incontinence (SUI).
Augmenting Detection of Prostate Cancer in Transrectal Ultrasound Images Using SVM and RF Time Series
It is shown that RF time series acquired from agar-gelatin-based tissue mimicking phantoms, with difference only in the size of cell-mimicking microscopic glass beads, are distinguishable with statistically reliable accuracies up to 80.5%.
The association between preterm newborn hypotension and hypoxemia and outcome during the first year
Findings support the contention that combinations of sustained newborn hypotension and hypoxemia are important factors in the development of brain damage, accounting for a major abnormal outcome.
The association of fetal and newborn metabolic acidosis with severe periventricular leukomalacia in the preterm newborn.
It is indicated that systemic metabolic acidosis is an important pathophysiologic marker of periventricular leukomalacia.
Sonography of normal cranial sutures.
High-resolution sonography proved to be a reliable and inexpensive technique capable of defining cranial sutures in neonates and infants and showed no correlation with age in this population group.
Placental abruption and subchorionic hemorrhage in the first half of pregnancy: US appearance and clinical outcome.
In 30 pregnant patients who experienced vaginal bleeding between 10 and 20 weeks gestation, subchorionic hematomas were demonstrated on ultrasound examination. In 18 patients (60%), the margin of the