Brun, Clémence Zerhouni, Oulmann Akinyemi, Alexis Houtin, Laurène Monvoisin, Richard Pinsault, Nicolas
Journal of evaluation in clinical practice
RATIONALE, AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: Clinical reasoning is currently extensively studied to find out how to make proper diagnoses. Literature indicates that intolerance of uncertainty (IU) may have a strong negative impact on clinical reasoning. We summarize the various consequences of IU on clinical reasoning. A scoping review was conducted using relev...
Einoch Amor, Reef Levy, Jeremy Broza, Yoav Y Vangravs, Reinis Rapoport, Shelley Zhang, Min Wu, Weiwei Leja, Marcis Behar, Joachim A Haick, Hossam
Liquid biopsy is seen as a prospective tool for cancer screening and tracking. However, the difficulty lies in effectively sieving, isolating, and overseeing cancer biomarkers from the backdrop of multiple disrupting cells and substances. The current study reports on the ability to perform liquid biopsy without the need to physically filter and/or ...
Yang, Xinggui Chen, Xu Huang, Junfei Chen, Yijiang Zheng, Wenlin Chen, Wei Chen, Huijuan Lei, Shiguang Li, Shijun
ACS infectious diseases
Tuberculosis (TB) is a chronic infectious disease caused by the etiological agent Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTB). Because the majority of TB patients come from poor economic backgrounds, the development of a simple, specific, low-cost, and highly sensitive detection method for the pathogen is extremely important for the prevention and treatment o...
Wang, Xue Yang, Fengchun Zhu, Mingwei Cui, Hongyuan Wei, Junmin Li, Jiao Chen, Wei
Journal of medical Internet research
Older patients are at an increased risk of malnutrition due to many factors related to poor clinical outcomes. This study aims to develop an assisted diagnosis model using machine learning (ML) for identifying older patients with malnutrition and providing the focus of individualized treatment. We reanalyzed a multicenter, observational cohort stud...
Zheng, Xiao-Hui Li, Xi-Zhao Zhou, Ting Jiang, Cheng-Tao Tang, Cao-Li Deng, Chang-Mi Liao, Ying He, Yong-Qiao Wang, Tong-Min Jia, Wei-Hua
International journal of cancer
Detecting EBV DNA load in nasopharyngeal (NP) brushing samples for the diagnosis of nasopharyngeal carcinoma (NPC) has attracted widespread attentions. Currently, NP brush sampling mostly relies on endoscopic guidance, and there are few reports on diagnostic markers suitable for non-guided conditions (blind brush sampling), which is of great signif...
Türk, Cemre Büşra Maymone, Mayra Bc Kroumpouzos, George
Clinics in dermatology
Body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) is a psychiatric condition characterized by profound concern about a minor or imagined defect in the appearance of individuals and increased preoccupation with the imagined/perceived defect. Individuals with BDD often undergo cosmetic intervention for the perceived imperfection but rarely experience improvement in the...
Clinica chimica acta; international journal of clinical chemistry
To perform a systematic review and meta-analysis of the diagnostic capabilities of various biological markers in the plasma, serum, tissue, and saliva of patients with head and neck cancer (HNC). We performed manual and digital searches using specific keywords and found English-language literature published up to October 28, 2022. PubMed, ScienceDi...
priolo, manuela tartaglia, marco
Reaching a diagnosis and its communication are two of the most meaningful events in the physician–patient relationship. When facing a disease, most of the patients’ expectations rely on the hope that their clinicians would be able to understand the cause of their illness and eventually end it. Rare diseases are a peculiar subset of conditions in wh...
Madan, Simone K Davidson, Joan Gong, Hannah
Clinics in dermatology
Dermatologists are often the first to treat the medical consequences of body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs) such as hair pulling, skin picking, and others. BFRBs are still under-recognized, and effectiveness of treatments is known only in limited circles. Patients exhibit varied presentations of BFRBs and repeatedly engage in these despite th...
Ayyoub, Sana Blanco, Isabel Izquierdo-García, José Luis Tura-Ceide, Olga
Frontiers in Cardiovascular Medicine