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A randomised controlled trial of interventions for taxane-induced nail toxicity in women with early breast cancer

Abstract Onycholysis and paronychia have been attributed to chemotherapy therapy for women with breast cancer. This was an exploratory randomised controlled trial of three topical treatments for the prevention or reduction of nail changes caused by taxane-based chemotherapy. Nail toxicity was evaluated at three time points using two novel clinical techniques and the Common Terminology Criteria for Adverse Events and EQ-5D-5L, according to Outcomes. Resilient Maximum Likelihood REML results showed a significant arm, time, and interaction effect for each intervention. In patients receiving specialist nail drops or standard care arms in comparison to those using nail polish, Less nail toxicity was found in patients receiving specialist nail drops or standard care arms. This review found that there is ample evidence to back up clinicians' U2019 recommendations on nail care tips based on the patients' needs and preferences.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-022-13327-6


Removal of Unusual Foreign Metal Object (Nail) from the Right Ventricle of Human Heart: A Case Report

Migration of foreign bodies with the blood flow to the heart is a rare yet highly concerning disease, and it can result in life-threatening complications and death. Surgical removal of intracardiac objects is a significant surgical challenge, particularly because of the heart's constant movement and pinpointing the exact FB location. We discuss an example of accidental migration of a metal FB object about 1. 0*0. 3 cm from the right neck region jugular vein to the right ventricle apex in the heart.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1532/hsf.3559


Fibular Nail Fixation: Topical Review

Background: Intramedullary implants have been used successfully in long bone fractures for years. A variety of intramedullary implants for the treatment of fibular fractures have been studied in recent years. We investigate implants used for intramedullary fixation of fibular fractures with respect to implant design and clinical findings in this study. Methods: A systematic literature review of intramedullary implants in fibular fractures was conducted. All publications that investigated intramedullary fibular implants were reviewed. Generally, the intramedullary implants used for fibular fracture fixation fell into one of three categories: unlocked longitudinal strut, an implant roughly equivalent to a large screw, or a more tightly fixed intramedullary nail. Intramedullary implants for fibular fracture stabilization have evolved over the years to help with stability. Although clinical findings are limited, studies show that these implants are safe and can possibly mimic more traditional implants.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1177/1071100719864593


THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GLUTEN ENTEROPATHY AND NAIL CAPILEROSCOPY FINDINGS AND DISEASE ACTIVATION

Methods: 67 patients were diagnosed with GE n=35 disease-active group, n=32 disease-related remission group, and the control group -27 healthy people with GE-related illnesses were excluded from the study. When patients with GE and CG were analyzed in terms of capillary disorder with NVC, they were divided into two groups, with no capillary abnormalities identified in the control group.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.33808/clinexphealthsci.1022573


Uveitis and nail psoriasis in a patient without articular involvement: a case report

Objectives This paper was designed to describe a case of bilateral non-granulomatous persistent non-infectious uveitis associated with isolated nail psoriasis without articular involvement. Case Summary A 55-year-old man with a history of open-angle glaucoma was referred to our uveitis and ocular immunology center with intraocular inflammation congenitis with persistent non-infectious bilateral non-granulomatous uveitis. Nail psoriasis was later identified by nail ultrasonography carried out by a radiologist who specialized in psoriasis. Discuss and conclusion This is the first report of non-infectious uveitis associated with nail removal in a patient with no other signs of psoriasis. Despite findings relating to psoriatic disease and uveitis, there are insufficient studies on uveitis phenotypes that could lead to delayed diagnosis and treatment of related intraocular inflammation. Clinicians should be aware of all subtypes of psoriasis that can cause a risk of developing uveitis in these patients.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12886-022-02596-4


Theoretical and Experimental Study of the Water-Based Drug Delivery under the Nail Plate by Er-Laser Radiation

An aqueous solution of methylene blue was investigated experimentally by two-stage active laser drug delivery using Er:YLF laser radiation experimentally. For the first time, a phenomenon of widespread of the drug has emerged in the nail bed, not only in the area immediately under the microhole, but also along the nail plate and the nail bed around the microhole.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.18287/jbpe22.08.010305


Management of Feline Femoral, Tibial and Humeral Fractures Using a 3.5 mm Titanium Interlocking Nail

Objectives: Our aim was to document issues associated with long-bone fractures in cats using a 3. 5-mm titanium interlocking nail, as well as the effects of signalment, fracture type, and fixation studies on the occurrence of complications. Study Design: A retrospective clinical review. Material and Methods: A review of medical and radiographic records of cats with long-bone fractures treated with an interlocking nail was reviewed. In this review, sixty-seven fractures of 67 cats were determined. Screw fracture, nail breakage, nail bending, screw loosening, non-union – 8/67 fractures posed the most significant complications in 8/67 fractures and included screw breakage, nail breakage, nail splitting, nail stretching, non-union. Conclusion: In conclusion, this commercially available titanium interlocking nail for stabilization of comminuted and oblique humeral, femoral, and tibial fractures in cats is doable.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1055/s-0042-1756515


Effects of racetrack surface and nail placement on movement between heels of the hoof and horseshoes of racehorses

Abstract OBJECTIVE Abstract In the horseshoes of racehorses, we need to investigate the effect of racetrack surface and shoe characteristics on the appearance of wear grooves. Grain dimensions were less noticeable than differences between racetrack surfaces but more apparent than differences between racetrack surfaces. CONCLUSIONS AND CLINICAL RELEVANCE Measurements of the length and width of wear grooves in horseshoes of racehorses may be helpful in determining certain aspects of hoof contact with various racetrack surfaces. Interpretation of differences in wear grooves for various racetrack surfaces will most likely necessitate quantitative testing of the surfaces.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.2460/ajvr.77.9.983


Use of a novel intramedullary nail for femoral fracture repair in calves: 25 cases (2008–2009)

Objective :u2014Total aims To describe the use of a novel intralocking nail for femoral fracture repair in newborn calves and the end result associated with this treatment modality. U2014 Medical records from calves related to femoral fracture reconstruction between November 2008 and June 2009 were included in the u2014 Medical records from calves. Results u201425 In the study, Charolais calves were included. Fractures were localized to the left femur in 17 calves and the right femur in eight calves. In 16 calves, an interlocking nail was used as the sole method of internal fixation and was extended to 9 calves. Conclusions and Clinical Relevance (U2014) The novel intralocking nail used in the present study was associated with a good prognosis for surgical repair of femoral fractures in newborn calves, regardless of the location of the fracture.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.2460/javma.238.11.1490

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