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PIVSPWIScoliosis 100%

Postural Imbalance and Vibratory Sensitivity in Patients With Idiopathic ~coliosis:implications for Treatment N.


Pediatric Intracranial Hypertension 79%

Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension;


Identification of factors associated with good 78%

GH-naïve children with GH deficiency, multiple pituitary hormone deficiency, idiopathic short stature, Turner syndrome, or a history of small for gestational age were eligible (N = 1,002).


Clinicopathological features of nine cases of non-cirrhotic portal hypertension 76%

idiopathic portal hypertension, diffuse nodular regenerative hyperplasia, partial nodular transformation and incomplete septal cirrhosis.


Non cirrhotic portal hypertension versus idiopathic portal hypertension 68%

Blackwell Science, LtdOxford, UK JGHJournal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology0815-93192001 Blackwell Science Asia Pty Ltd 17Suppl.September 2002 S18 Non-cirrhotic portal hypertension K Okuda 10.1046/j.0815-9319.2002.00018.x Original ArticleS204S213BEES SGML Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology (2002) 17, S204–S213 CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS Non-cirrhotic portal hypertension versus idiopathic portal hypertension KUNIO OKUDA Department of Medicine, Chiba University School of Medicine, Chiba, Japan Abstract Portal hypertension occurs in a number of disorders other than cirrhosis and they are collectively called non-cirrhotic portal hypertension (NCPH).



Alternative diagnostic criteria for idiopathic hypersomnia :


ACG Guideline AcutePancreatitis September 2013 64%

Endoscopic investigation in patients with acute idiopathic pancreatitis should be limited, as the risks and benefits of investigation in these patients are unclear (conditional recommendation, low quality of evidence).


Platelet production and destruction in liver cirrhosis 63%

As controls, 25 subjects with idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura, 10 subjects with aplastic anemia, and 40 healthy blood donors were studied.


coxit3 62%

Yasuaki NAGARE1, Koji KINOSHITA1, Fumiaki NISHISAKA2, Masakatsu SAITO2, Tohgo NONAKA2 and Masanori FUNAUCHI1 1Division of Nephrology and Rheumatology, Department of Internal Medicine, Kinki University Faculty of Medicine 2Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Kinki University Faculty of Medicine (Received April 27, 2010) summary 22year old woman who was previously diagnosed as having juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) was treated with anti TNF a agents.


noncirrhotic portal hypertension[1] 59%

Classification and causes of noncirrhotic portal hypertension Prehepatic Extrahepatic portal vein obstruction (portal vein thrombosis) Splenic vein thrombosis Splanchnic arteriovenous fistula Splenomegaly (eg, lymphoma, Goucher’s disease) Hepatic Presinusoidal Noncirrhotic portal fibrosis Idiopathic portal hypertension Hepatoportal sclerosis Schistosomiasis Sarcoidosis Primary or secondary biliary cirrhosis (precirrhotic stage) Sclerosing cholangitis Congenital hepatic fibrosis Peliosis hepatitis Hepatic arterioportal fistula Early myeloproliferative diseases and myelofibrosis Vinyl chloride, arsenic, or azathioprine hepatotoxicity Partial nodular transformation Sinusoidal Alcoholic hepatitis Hypervitaminosis A Incomplete septal fibrosis Nodular regenerative hyperplasia Methotrexate hepatoxicity Secondary syphilis Postsinusoidal Veno-occlusive disease Hepatic vein thrombosis (Budd-Chiari syndrome) Posthepatic Inferior vena caval web Constrictive pericarditis Tricuspid regurgitation Severe right-sided heart failure Restrictive cardiomyopathy NONCIRRHOTIC PORTAL HYPERTENSION 629 Fig.


Peds0715 Myocarditis-Pericarditis 58%

Validated Management Strategies Abstract Myocarditis and pericarditis are inflammatory conditions of the heart commonly caused by viral and autoimmune etiologies, although many cases are idiopathic.


Imagerie Pneumologie Pédiatrique Merci Tsunami 56%

Yes Pericarditis Myocarditis No Muscle strain Pleurisy Pleurisy Bronchitis Gastro-esophageal reflux Esophageal dysmotility/FB/spasm Esophagitis/ulcer Costochondritis Slipping rib syndrome Neuritis/shingles Psychosomatic Pain Idiopathic cholecystitis Pancreatitis Fitz-Hugh-Curtis Breast disorders Mediastinal tumor Exercise-induced asthma Rib infarction Osteomyelitis Clinical Algorithms 1.3 Chronic Cough ANDREW A.


Des maladies éponymes de mauvaise renommée 53%

Les révélations du Dr Alexander Woywodt, médecin à l’hôpital universitaire du Lancashire, et du Dr Eric Matteson (Mayo Clinic, Minnesota) sur le Dr Friedrich Wegener ont déjà poussé la Vasculitis Foundation of North America et l’American College of Chest Physicians à ne plus utiliser ce nom de maladie et à le remplacer par «idiopathic necrotising granulomatosis».


bulletin departement recherche pdf web 52%

Osteopathic treatment of adolescent idiopathic scoliosis ;


Drug treatment of epilepsy in adults 50%

New onset partial epilepsies Carbamazepine Gabapentin Lamotrigine Levetiracetam Oxcarbazepine Topiramate Valproate New onset idiopathic generalized epilepsies Lamotrigine Topiramate Valproate Refractory partial epilepsy Lacosamide Pregabalin Zonisamide Perampanel Clobazam Refractory idiopathic generalized epilepsies Clobazam Levetiracetam For personal use only to be familiar with the varied clinical presentations of seizures, especially those that are non-convulsive, as well as the appropriate investigations to determine the underlying cause.22 For patients diagnosed as having epilepsy,22 treatment with an antiepileptic drug is usually recommended, especially if further seizures might cause serious morbidity or mortality.


WI Iguana Husbandry Manual complete 49%

72 Idiopathic Leukocytosis ............................................................................................................ 73 Clinical Techniques ...................................................................................................................


Peds0314 Crying Infant 49%

Differential Diagnosis For Acute Unexplained Crying In Infants Organ System Diagnoses Organ System Diagnoses Head, eyes, ears, nose, throat • *Trauma (skull fracture, hematoma) • *Palatal burns/trauma • Local trauma (tight hair braids/traction alopecia) • Corneal abrasions • Foreign body (ocular, nasal, aural) • Glaucoma • Otitis media/externa • Oral lesions (thrush, stomatitis, pharyngitis) • Teething • Nasal obstruction (congestion, foreign body, choanal atresia) Musculoskeletal • *Vaso-occlusive crises/dactylitis (sickle cell disease) • Digital hair/fiber tourniquet • Fractures (accidental and nonaccidental) • Dislocations • Subluxations • Osteomyelitis • Myositis • Arthritis (inflammatory, infectious, autoimmune) Dermatologic • • • • Neurologic • • • • *Meningitis *Encephalitis *Neonatal abstinence syndrome *Increased intracranial pressure (hydrocephalus, mass lesions, intracranial hemorrhage, cerebral edema) Toxic/metabolic endocrinological • • • • • • • • *Inborn errors of metabolism *Hypoglycemia *Hypo/hypernatremia *Hypo/hyperthyroidism *Toxic ingestion/exposure *Carbon monoxide poisoning *Dehydration *Central/nephrogenic diabetes insipidus Other • • • • • *Hunger/underfeeding/malnourishment *Sepsis Immunization reactions Idiopathic Colic Cardiac Respiratory Gastrointestinal Genitourinary • *Dysrhythmias (supraventricular tachycardia) • *Congestive heart failure • *Endocarditis/myocarditis/pericarditis • *Congenital cardiac disease (coarctation of the aorta, Tetralogy of Fallot, coronary anomalies) • Kawasaki disease • • • • *Foreign body aspiration *Pneumothorax *Pneumonia Upper/lower respiratory tract infection • • • • • • • • • • • • • *Small/large bowel obstruction *Intussusception *Gastroenteritis *Malrotation/midgut volvulus *Appendicitis *Incarcerated/strangulated hernia Constipation Anal fissure Hemorrhoids Gastroesophageal reflux disease Hirschsprung disease Milk-protein allergy Esophagitis • • • • • *Testicular/ovarian torsion *Urinary tract infection Genital tourniquets Balanitis/posthitis/balanoposthitis Mastitis Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice © 2014 4 *Burns *Cellulitis Insect/other bites Pruritic eruptions (allergic, idiopathic, Gianotti-Crosti syndrome) • Atopic dermatitis *Serious or life-threatening diagnoses.


Trt chirurgical scoliose 47%

An inovative technique of vertebral body stapling for the treatment of patients with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis:


اليوم العالمي لارتفاع ضغط الدم الشرياني الرئوي -World PH Day 46%

The Alliance of Rare Disorders in Morocco (AMRM) joins this action PAH can be idiopathic, heritable, developed in association with congenital heart disease or liver disease, induced by drug or toxins such as certain diet pills or methamphetamines, or related to connective tissue diseases such as lupus or scleroderma.


Journée mondiale de l'hypertension artérielle pulmonaire au Maroc Appel à la mobilisation 46%

The Alliance of Rare Disorders in Morocco (AMRM) joins this action PAH can be idiopathic, heritable, developed in association with congenital heart disease or liver disease, induced by drug or toxins such as certain diet pills or methamphetamines, or related to connective tissue diseases such as lupus or scleroderma.


Acné nné nrs 44%

Idiopathic facial aseptic granuloma:


First Excerpt Spirit Made Smaller 41%

infection, expanding tumor, ruptured blood vessel, new onset diabetes, idiopathic … or something wrong with the heart.


Peds0914 Hematuria 40%

There are many conditions that can result in hypercalciuria (including hyperparathyroidism, immobilization, and vitamin D intoxication) with the most common cause being idiopathic.15,46,47 It has been proposed that hypercalciuria leads to hematuria due to irritation of the uroepithelium by microcalculi.


liver 38%

Dettmeyer, Forensic Histopathology, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-20659-7_2, © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2011 17 18 2  Staining Techniques and Microscopy Table 2.1  Frequently used conventional histological staining methods (selection) and sample questions that arise in forensic practice Staining Alcian blue Azan staining (azo carmine and aniline blue) Best’s carmine stain Presented structures Detection of acid mucopolysaccharides Examples from forensic practice Mucoid lakes, for example, in cases of idiopathic cystic Erdheim–Gsell medial necrosis and dissected aortic aneurysm Connective tissue staining (red):


Use of Ab Dx of Scl 37%

It provides information on the presence of serum autoantibodies as well as the subcellular localization(s) of the antigens they recognize.1 In one population-based study of ANA-positive Caucasians, 18.8% had systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), 10.9% had drug-induced lupus, 21.7% had other systemic autoimmune diseases (e.g., Sjögren’s syndrome, myositis, scleroderma), 10.1% had autoimmune thyroiditis, 5.8% had other organ-specific autoimmune diseases, 8.3% had infections, 2.9% had neoplasms, and 24.3% had other conditions or “idiopathic” autoantibodies.2 In view of this lack of specificity, attention has focused on tests for disease-specific autoantibodies that can be used to assess diagnosis or prognosis (TABLE 1).