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Synthesis of multidimensional pathophysiological process leading to type A aortic dissection : A narrative review
Objective: This review aims to synthesize the existing knowledge on the etiological process leading to type A aortic dissection (TAAD) and to clarify the relationship between mechanical, biochemical, and histopathological ...
Traumatic Rupture and Herniation of the Peroneus Tertius Muscle Leading to Compartment Syndrome and Entrapment of the Superficial Peroneal Nerve : A Case Report
We present a patient with compartment syndrome and entrapment of the superficial peroneal nerve due to a direct hit to the lateral part of the right lower extremity. The diagnosis of evolving compartment syndrome was made ...
Random forest machine learning method outperforms prehospital National Early Warning Score for predicting one-day mortality: A retrospective study
Aim of the study The National Early Warning Score (NEWS) is a validated method for predicting clinical deterioration in hospital wards, but its performance in prehospital settings remains controversial. Modern machine ...
Does orthognathic treatment improve patients' psychosocial well-being?
Objective: To analyse changes in patients’ psychosocial well-being from before treatment until post-surgical orthodontic treatment (including retention) is completed. Materials and methods: Data was collected six times: ...
Telemedicine in Spine Surgery : Global Perspectives and Practices
Study Design: Cross-sectional, anonymous, international survey. Objectives: The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in the rapid adoption of telemedicine in spine surgery. This study sought to determine the extent of adoption ...
Psychotropic medication use among patients with a traumatic brain injury treated in the intensive care unit : a multi-centre observational study
Background: Psychiatric sequelae after traumatic brain injury (TBI) are common and may impede recovery. We aimed to assess the occurrence and risk factors of post-injury psychotropic medication use in intensive care unit ...
Finnish flow diverter study : 8 years of experience in the treatment of acutely ruptured intracranial aneurysms
Background: Flow diversion of acutely ruptured intracranial aneurysms (IAs) is controversial due to high treatment-related complication rates and a lack of supporting evidence. We present clinical and radiological results ...
Prevalence of autoimmune disorders among bladder pain syndrome patients’ relatives
Purpose: Possible genetic background and autoimmune etiology of Bladder Pain Syndrome (BPS, formerly Interstitial Cystitis, IC) has been suggested. We studied whether familial clustering of BPS, other autoimmune diseases ...
Casting versus flexible intramedullary nailing in displaced forearm shaft fractures in children aged 7-12 years : A study protocol for a randomised controlled trial
Introduction The forearm is the most common fracture location in children, with an increasing incidence. Displaced forearm shaft fractures have traditionally been treated with closed reduction and cast immobilisation. ...