Retiform hemangioendothelioma (RH) was first elucidated in 1994 as a distinct vascular neoplasm of intermediate or borderline malignant potential and was classified as a low‑grade cutaneous angiosarcoma. However, because of the infrequency with which RH is encountered, only tenuous and limited cases have been reported to date. Here, the authors report a case of this rare vascular tumor, with a comprehensive literature review, succinctly describing the tumor and its management.Read More.
Evidence-based practice (EBP) is an integral part of stroke rehabilitation, to achieve optimal results by practicing best evidence available in the literature. A survey was conducted to find the knowledge of EBP and preferred treatment used by the physiotherapists in Saudi Arabia for stroke rehabilitation.Read More.
Cancer therapies can affect the whole cardiovascular system, but these cardiotoxic effects are generally reported as changes in left ventricular (LV) ejection fraction. The most common cardiovascular adverse effects are LV dysfunction and heart failure (HF). Other adverse effects include hypertension, acute coronary syndromes, thromboembolic events, rhythm disturbances, and valvular and/or pericardial disease. Hence, prediction, early recognition, and timely management of cardiovascular complications in patients with cancer are gaining importance. This need gave birth to the concept of interdisciplinary cardiology-oncology (cardio-oncology) care delivered through teams of cardiologists, oncologists, and hematologists.Read More.
Epilepsies and epileptic syndromes are among the most common chronic neurological disorders in neonates, infants, and children. Remission occurs in 70% of epileptic children, while other cases experience frequent seizures and become refractory to various treatment modalities. The present study aimed to provide a narrative review of the most important risk factors for the recurrence of epilepsies in children by two child neurologists.Read More.
Promising results for the UM171 molecule in blood stem cell transplants for patients with acute blood cancers.Read More.
This study evaluated the clinical and biochemical profiles of patients with pancreatitis, hypercalcemia and parathyroid adenoma before and after parathyroidectomy. The results of this study would help determine the effectiveness of parathyroidectomy in improving parathyroid adenoma‑associated pancreatitis.Read More.
Fox Chase Cancer Center researchers have determined that RNA-based next generation sequencing picks up gene fusions in sarcoma tumours that traditional gene testing may not.Read More.
Gastric antral vascular ectasia (GAVE), also referred to as “watermelon stomach,” is an uncommon, under-reported, yet significant cause of acute or chronic gastrointestinal blood loss in the elderly. It accounts for about 4% of the nonvariceal upper GI bleeds, and diagnosis is established by the demonstration of characteristic watermelon stripes on upper GI endoscopy.Read More.