Eloisa Singian

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The normal response following sustained straining, as in a Valsalva maneuver, is a rise in systemic arterial pressure and a reflex slowing of the heart rate. This response was found to be abolished in some patients with mitral stenosis, with organic heart disease, with pulmonary vascular disease (including kyphoscoliosis), or with congenital heart disease.(More)
BACKGROUND Although early reports have suggested an association between circumcision and prostate cancer (PCa) development, results of subsequent epidemiological studies have been conflicting. Here we examine published articles that explore this association. METHODS We searched MEDLINE through PubMed and Embase for articles reporting on the association(More)