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Is bone marrow oedema in patients with labral tear an indicator of hip pain?

Background Hip labral tear causes various degrees of hip pain, for which there are no objective measures. In some patients with LT, bone marrow oedema, characterized by a diffuse, widely distributed change in the bone marrow, is observed. This study was conducted to determine if BME was a reliable predictor of hip pain in patients with LT and determine whether BME was a valid predictor of hip pain. Methods In total, 84 patients with LT who underwent MRI scanning under the same conditions were included. Patients with BME had significantly lower pain and total scores when compared to BME patients. BME's MRI findings in patients with LT may be an indicator of hip pain and hip joint dysfunction.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36109781


Cystoid macular oedema without leakage in fluorescein angiography: a literature review.

Cystoid macular oedema, which is characterized as a macular thickening and cystic changes due to fluid accumulation, can be symptomatic and only detected using clinical methods. Non-leaking CMOs, as well as angiographically silent CMO, are described as cases of CMOs without leakage in fluorescein angiography. In certain retinal dystrophies, as a side effect of specific medications, and in certain systemic disorders, these types of CMO have been documented in several retinal dystrophies.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36088420


A questionnaire survey for the assessment of wild - domestic pig interactions in a context oedema disease outbreaks among wild boars (Sus scrofa) in South-Eastern France.

Pig outdoor farming is gaining traction and commercial success in the EU and its expansion, as well as an increasing wild boar population, facilitates inter-dependence between domestic and wild suids. In addition, 23% of interviewed hunters reported interactions with wild boar and feral free ranging pigs in recent years, while 60% reported the finding of free ranging pigs with a phenotypic characteristic of Vietnamese pot-bellied pigs. Several factors, including a predominance of forested vegetation, a higher incidence of reported wild boar migration in pig farms, and several instances of feral pot-bellied pig populations were found in the OD emergence zone, including a predominance of forested vegetation, a higher rate of wild boar proliferation, lower rates of farm biosecurity, a higher rate of reported wild boar intrusions in pig farms, and several studies of feral pot-belled pigs.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36083807


Intravitreal Dexamethasone Implant (IDI) Alone and Combined with Navigated 577 nm Subthreshold Micropulse Laser (SML) for Diabetic Macular Oedema.

a titular dexamethasone implant alone and in combination with a navigable subthreshold micropulse laser in diabetic macular oedema were compared. Patients with non-proliferative diabetic retinopathy and DMO were randomly assigned to two separate treatment groups, while the other 30 patients were treated with IDI; the other 30 patients were treated with IDI combined with NSML therapy. The main outcome measures were: BCVA, central macular thickness; choroidal vascularity index; subfoveal choroidal thickness; and time to recoverment between IDI at baseline and the second implant in both groups. According to the Needed to Treat study, six patients will have to be treated with SML after IDI in order for only one individual to receive a benefit.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36079129


Widespread white matter oedema in subacute COVID-19 patients with neurological symptoms.

Although neuropathological investigations in patients with COVID-19 revealed inflammation-inflammatory changes in cerebral white matter, cerebral MRI often struggles to detect abnormalities even in the presence of neurological disorders. In this multicentric prospective study, a cohort of 20 COVID-19 inpatients with neurological signs and cognitive impairments detected by the Montreal Cognitive Assessment tested for DMI in the disease's subacute stage. A comparison of whole-brain white matter DMI parameters with a matched healthy control group revealed a volume shift from the intra- and extra-axonal space to the free water fraction. A network of most affected white matter fibers connecting widespread cortical regions in both cerebral lobes was discovered by streamline-wise comparisons among COVID-19 patients and controls. In 14/20 patients who also received cerebral 18F-FDG PET, a rise in V-CSF was also associated with the discovery of the previously defined COVID-19-related metabolic covariance pattern.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35675908


Pulse pressure within the first 2 days of veno-arterial extracorporeal membrane oxygenation is predictive of death prior to hospital discharge, renal dysfunction requiring dialysis and pulmonary oedema.

Within the first two days of support, we evaluated the risk in patients with poor PP defined as 10 mmHg. 0. 69, 0. 69, 0. 69. 2. 8, 3. 1, 7. 6, 8. 6 reveals the odds ratio for mortality, RRT, and acute PO for those with poor PP. Conclusion PP during the first two days of support is a predictor of clinically relevant outcomes in patients treated with VA-ECMO.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36036658

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