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Charting extracellular transcriptomes in The Human Biofluid RNA Atlas
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An unprecedented atlas of messenger, circular and small RNA transcriptomes of a comprehensive collection of 20 different human biofluids is presented, revealing novel insights in the RNA content of humanBiofluids and may serve as a valuable resource for future biomarker studies. Expand
Efficacy and complications of orbital fat decompression in Graves' orbitopathy: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
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Results support the effectiveness and safety of FROD to treat mild-to-moderate exophthalmos in Graves' orbitopathy and Prospective and controlled trials are needed to improve the level of evidence. Expand
An atypical case of neurosarcoidosis presenting with neovascular glaucoma
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A patient with neurosarcoidosis presenting with compressive ischemic optic disc edema and neovascular glaucoma is described, increasing the diversity of clinical presentations and confirming the diagnostic challenge of neurosaruidosis. Expand
Charting Extracellular Transcriptomes in The Human Biofluid RNA Atlas.
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An atlas of messenger, circular, and small RNA transcriptomes of a comprehensive collection of 20 human biofluids enables an informed selection of the most relevant biofluid to monitor particular diseases. Expand
Diplopia as presenting sign of Turcot syndrome
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Diplopia in childhood is rare and seldom innocuous and requires a prompt and thorough diagnostic evaluation, including thorough, dilated fundoscopy, which should alert the clinician of the possibility of Turcot syndrome. Expand
Congenital bilateral dacryocystocoele: A neonatal emergency
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Bilateral dacryocystoceles may present highly variable, depending on the rate of obstruction, and treatment is minimally invasive but lifesaving if performed early. Expand
Mantle cell lymphoma: how not to be misled
Diplopia as presenting sign of Turcot syndrome
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Diplopia in childhood is rare and seldom innocuous and it requires a prompt and thorough diagnostic evaluation, which can lead to earlier diagnosis, which is vital to appropriate surveillance and early surgical intervention of the highly frequent neoplasias in Turcot Sydrome. Expand
Male subfertility: communication, care, coping. An explorative study
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The subfertile men often felt that they were watching from the sideline, and wanted to be more actively involved in the treatment, adding another argument to the need for professional psychological support of patients attending clinics for human reproduction. Expand
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