Compelling evidence that astrocytes transfer healthy mitochondria to damaged neurons during stroke.
The European Society of Cardiology and the European Atherosclerosis Society published a consensus paper giving guidance on the definition and management of statin-associated muscle symptoms, as well as the use of PCSK9 inhibitors in very high-risk patients.
Compared with traditional surgical approaches to varicose vein treatment, endovascular vein ablation techniques have a comparable efficacy profile, reduced morbidity, decreased pain and a faster return to normal activities.
Acknowledging the crucial role of medical indication in clinical decision making in medicine generally and at the end of life specifically opens up ways of enhancing patient-physician communication by clarifying roles, responsibilities and competencies.
Sunscreen use as a last protective barrier against ultraviolet radiation should be better emphasised in prevention campaigns targeting children and adolescents.
Understanding children’s physical activity and sedentary behaviour provides the foundation for evidence-based planning of interventions.
Extending the range of interviewees to acquire epidemiological data can be important to maximise information.
The current data indicate that the suggested increase in additional malignancies in NEN patients is related rather to the increased rate of investigational procedures than to a true biological association.
This study provides further arguments supporting the thesis that embolisation of cerebral AVM might influence the risk of later ALS development.
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