A new study published in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery suggested that dynamic facial reanimation surgery benefits patients over age 60 who have facial palsy and should not be denied to them solely because of their age.
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According to the study, researchers established a new treatment for CSU patients, where the ef?cacy and safety of the anti-IgE monoclonal antibody omalizumab in chronic spontaneous urticaria (CSU) not responding to antihistamine treatment. The main aim of our study was to describe the response patterns of patients with refractory CSU treated with omalizumab in a real-world clinical setting. The study published in the International Journal of Dermatology.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield have shown that a new blood test could provide a clue as to why some patients are at higher risk of cardiovascular disease risk after suffering a heart attack. The study findings published in the European Heart Journal.
A new study suggests, one of the greatest health threats to children with sickle cell anemia is getting a dangerous bacterial infection – but most are not receiving a key medication to reduce the risk. The study findings were published in the journal Pediatrics.
"Aquablation," an investigational nonthermal and robotically assisted means of treating benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH) using a waterjet, has shown advantages over transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP) in a randomized phase 3 study.
Researchers from the University of British Columbia and University of Oxford have established a single drink of ketone ester enables better control of blood sugar by reducing spikes in sugar levels. A potential method to control spikes in blood sugar experienced by diabetics. Type 2 diabetes and obesity have reached epidemic proportions in the past few decades.
In a new study published in the Marine Drugs, researchers have revealed that the isolation of natural compounds from many aquatic and terrestrial plants and seaweeds has become an alternative approach for controlling harmful algae in aquatic systems.
In many modern animated movies, the trick to achieving realistic movements for individual characters and objects lies in motion-capture technology. This process often involves someone wearing a tracking suit covered in small, colored balls while a camera captures the position of those colored balls, which is then used to represent how the person is moving. The paper was published in Biophysical Journal.
Poor women who lack access to healthcare during childbirth mostly suffer ‘obstructive fistula’, which is a childbirth injury caused by prolonged obstructed labour.
While the study suggests ‘iatrogenic fistulas’, which are related to caesarian sections, and hysterectomy, surgical removal of the uterus mostly for tumours, are also emerging.
Researchers from Karolinska Institute in Sweden have developed a new method for investigating the dopamine system in the brains of patients suffering from Parkinson's disease, with the aid of a PET camera . The study was published in the scientific journal Movement Disorders .
A new comprehensive literature review by University of Virginia faculty members reveals that female athletes could have an increased risk of suffering sports-related concussions.