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RANTES release by human adipose tissue in vivo and evidence for depot-specific differences
Obesity is associated with elevated inflammatory signals from various adipose tissue depots. This study aimed to evaluate release of regulated on activation, normal T cell expressed and secretedExpand
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Ectopic Pheochromocytoma: Does the Rule of Tens Apply?
In the above-mentioned article, published in World Journal of Surgery volume 31/number 4, pp 849–854, 2007, the figure captions were mis-labeled. Below please find the correct captions: Figure 1.Expand
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Hand-Sewn versus Stapled Closure of Loop Ileostomy: A Meta-Analysis
Background: Individual trials comparing hand-sewn with stapled closure of loop ileostomy show different outcomes due to lack of statistical power. A systematic review, with a pooled analysis ofExpand
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Signals from adipose tissue in morbid obesity and effect on depot specific differences
Signals from adipose tissue, such as interleukin-6 (IL-6) and asymmetric dimethyl arginine (ADMA), an endogenous nitric oxide inhibitor, explain the link between obesity and metabolic diseases.Expand
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Ectopic Pheochromocytoma: Does the Rule of Tens Apply?
IntroductionThe rule of “tens” is often stated to reflect the distribution and histology of pheochromocytomas, with 10% being bilateral, 10%; ectopic in origin, and 10%; malignant. The objective ofExpand
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Dysfonctionnement thyroïdien et surcharge iodée professionnelle
Resume Objectif Le but de l’etude est de rapporter deux observations d’alterations du fonctionnement thyroidien d’origine professionnelle. Si les etiologies, en particulier iatrogenes, sontExpand