Old observation recently proved: J.

Reconstructing a youngster's penis using microsurgery, so that it works: J.

Treating it with an endovascular prosthesis: NEJM 336: 459,1997.

150: 379, 1993), and it probably takes decades to transform; most pathologists simplydon't report it even if they see it, and today's wisdom is that this is the correctthing to do (J.

* One factor is loss of Fc receptors on macrophages: NEJM 332: 717, 1990.

but the Johnson and Johnson hip replacement recall follows more ..

Mesangial cell proliferation, so common in glomerular disease, seemsto have as a major cause platelet-derived growth factor, and the mesangial cells themselves seem to produce a protein that turns this potent stimulus off as recovery begins.

One group in Japan recommends review of all radical prostatectomiesfor grade and margins by sub-sub-specialists (J.

the more prostate biopsies you get (at least if you're beingfollowed for a known cancer by "active surveillance"), the more likely you areto get erectile dysfunction (J.

The tumor loses its androgen sensitivity when (!) the androgen receptor gene mutates (no surprise, NEJM 332: 1440, 1995).

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* Not surprisingly, if you give an NSAID alongwith a diuretic, ACE inhibitor, &/oran angiotensin receptor blocker, the risk of acute renal injury is even higher (BMJ 346: e8525, 2013).

System that was the subject of a nationwide recall in ..

34: 455, 2003.)Another severe autosomal recessive is at XPNPEP3, which codes a mitochondrialprotein important in "primary cilia" (they are ubiquitous and don't beat; J.

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It includes the old "fibrin caps" of diabetes, and the changes seen in solitary kidneys (congenital, following massive infarcts or subtotal nephrectomy, etc) and other over-perfused kidneys -- even live kidney donors eventually get hyalinosis, proteinuria, and occasionally impaired renal function (J.

Figure C shows an example of an Walldius hinge total knee prosthesis



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Cotransplantation of Olfactory Ensheathing Cells and Schwann Cells Combined With Treadmill Training Promotes Functional Recovery in Rats With Contused Spinal Cords
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Control of Olfactory Ensheathing Cell Behaviors by Electrospun Silk Fibroin Fibers
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Intracranial Transplant of Olfactory Ensheathing Cells Can Protect Both Upper and Lower Motor Neurons in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
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Encapsulation of Mesenchymal Stem Cells by Bioscaffolds Protects Cell Survival and Attenuates Neuroinflammatory Reaction in Injured Brain Tissue After Transplantation
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Multiple Cell Transplantation Based on an Intraparenchymal Approach for Patients With Chronic Phase Stroke
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Preliminary Report of Multiple Cell Therapy for Patients With Multiple System Atrophy
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Neural Stem/Progenitor Cell Transplantation for Cortical Visual Impairment in Neonatal Brain Injured Patients
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Intracerebral Transplantation of Adipose-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells Alternatively Activates Microglia and Ameliorates Neuropathological Deficits in Alzheimer’s Disease Mice
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A Clinical Study Shows Safety and Efficacy of Autologous Bone Marrow Mononuclear Cell Therapy to Improve Quality of Life in Muscular Dystrophy Patients
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Childhood hemolytic-uremic syndrome (NEJM 323: 1050 & 1161, 1990) is an important epidemic disease, presently becoming more frequent, and is now the most important cause of acute renal shutdown in kids -- most of whom recover, but around 10% have residual damage.