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Magnetic Kyphoplasty: New Drug Delivery System For Spinal Cord

Patients with spinal fractures caused by tumors or osteoporosis usually undergo a procedure called kyphoplasty, where the fracture is filled with surgical cement. While kyphoplasty can stabilize the bone, cancer patients are still often left with spinal column tumors that are very hard to reach with conventional chemotherapy, which has to cross the blood-brain barrier when delivered intravenously

Research Reveals Facts Concerning Working Memory in Children

Researchers from the Higher School of Economics conducted a meta-analysis in which they compiled data across 17 neuroimaging studies on working memory in children. The data shows concordance in frontoparietal regions recognized for their role in working memory as well as regions not typically highlighted as part of the working memory network, such as the insula

Study On Bladder Self Repairment

The bladder is a master at self-repair. When damaged by infection or injury, the organ can mend itself quickly, calling upon specialized cells in its lining to repair tissue and restore a barrier against harmful materials concentrated in urine