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Duodenal hematoma is an unusual condition, usually secondary to blunt abdominal trauma. Even more unusual is the rare development of obstructive jaundice and the attendant computed tomography findings. Nontraumatic causes of duodenal hematoma are also discussed.
The study aims were to describe a case series of occupationally acquired hepatitis C (HCV) infections in UK healthcare workers and examine factors associated with transmission using exposure data reported to the Health Protection Agency between July 1997 and December 2007. Fifteen reported cases of documented HCV seroconversion occurred after percutaneous… (More)
CONCLUSIONS: For the first time, our results reveal a decrease of the stemness marker CD34 in murine skin cells in hypertrophic scars over time compared to unwounded skin. We are currently conducting single cell transcriptional analyses and functional studies on these fibroblasts to understand the heterogeneity of fibroblasts during hypertrophic scarring… (More)