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Enhanced hippocampal long‐term potentiation and learning by increased neuronal expression of tissue‐type plasminogen activator in transgenic mice
Adult cortical neurons can produce tissue‐type plasminogen activator (tPA), an extracellular protease that plays a critical role in fibrinolysis and tissue remodelling processes. There is growing… Expand
Normal Anatomy and Compression Areas of Nerves of the Foot and Ankle: US and MR Imaging with Anatomic Correlation.
- M. de Maeseneer, H. Madani, +5 authors A. Scafoglieri
- Radiographics : a review publication of the…
- 18 August 2015
The anatomy of the nerves of the foot and ankle is complex, and familiarity with the normal anatomy and course of these nerves as well as common anatomic variants is essential for correct… Expand
Peripheral limb vascular malformations: an update of appropriate imaging and treatment options of a challenging condition.
- H. Madani, J. Farrant, +4 authors B. Holloway
- The British journal of radiology
- 9 February 2015
Peripheral vascular malformations encompass a wide spectrum of lesions that can present as an incidental finding or produce potentially life- or limb-threatening complications. They can have… Expand
Five Futures for Academic Medicine
The International Campaign to Revitalise Academic Medicine (ICRAM) considered current global instabilities and future drivers of change, and then created five scenarios of how academic medicine might… Expand
Sclerosing bone dysplasias: genetic, clinical and radiology update of hereditary and non-hereditary disorders.
- C. Boulet, H. Madani, +4 authors M. de Maeseneer
- The British journal of radiology
- 13 April 2016
There is a wide variety of hereditary and non-hereditary bone dysplasias, many with unique radiographic findings. Hereditary bony dysplasias include osteopoikilosis, osteopathia striata,… Expand
A minimally invasive approach to undergraduate anatomy teaching
- P. Gogalniceanu, H. Madani, P. Paraskeva, A. Darzi
- Anatomical sciences education
- 1 January 2008
Anatomy is one of the cornerstones of medical education. Unfortunately, sufficient evidence has accumulated to suggest a worldwide decline in the resources and time allocated to its teaching.… Expand
Traditional undergraduate anatomy education – a contemporary taboo?
Anatomy continues to provide the conceptual framework of surgery, radiology and medicine in general. Robert Liston (1794–1847) is thought to have said that ‘The art of operating. . . must be laid in… Expand
Immunosuppression in an emerging field of plastic reconstructive surgery: composite tissue allotransplantation.
- H. Madani, S. Hettiaratchy, A. Clarke, P. E. Butler
- Journal of plastic, reconstructive & aesthetic…
- 1 March 2008
Composite tissue transplantation (CTA) refers to the transplantation of an allograft consisting of heterogeneous cadaveric tissues. It provides a means of restoring structural, functional and… Expand
Detection and identification of non-tuberculous mycobacterial infections in 6,472 tuberculosis suspected patients.
Between March 1993 and March 1994, 82 patients with infection by non-tuberculous mycobacteria (NTM) and 443 patients with tuberculosis (TB) were registered among 6,472 patients with suspected… Expand
Paradoxical embolus illustrating speed of action of recombinant tissue plasminogen activator in massive pulmonary embolism
A case of a patient who presented with massive pulmonary embolism (PE) requiring thrombolysis with alteplase is reported. The subsequent presence of a patent foramen ovale and paradoxical embolism… Expand