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Articles from Physician's Briefings (May 10, 2018)

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Age of First Football Tackles Tied to Neuro Symptom Onset; However, age of onset not tied to chronic traumatic encephalopathy pathological severity. 248
Extended Range of Vision Lens Found Superior to Monofocal; Superior range of visual acuity, glasses independence with extended range of vision intraocular lens. 238
FDA Targets Clinics Offering Unapproved Stem Cell Therapies; Clinics claim unapproved therapies can treat number of diseases and conditions, including ALS and cancer. 248
Gestational Diabetes May Indicate Future Subclinical Renal Issues; Women who had gestational diabetes more likely to show increased eGFR levels many years postpartum. 233
Low-Dose Vaginal Estradiol Improves Menopause-Linked QOL; Significant improvement in total MENQOL scores, MENQOL sexual function domain for vaginal estradiol. 246
Many Oncologists Discuss, Recommend Medical Marijuana; But majority of oncologists don't feel knowledgeable enough to make these recommendations. 156
Much International Consensus Regarding Employment in Autism; International consensus that work experience, vocational training are important to help obtain job. 230
Nodal Metastasis Risk Up When Cancer Is Directly on the Lip; Five-fold greater risk of nodal metastasis in cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma of the vermilion lip. 262
Novel Thirdhand Smoke Exposure Route Identified; THS exposure route ID'd from partitioning of surface volatile organic compounds into aerosol phase. 266
Ob-Gyns Should Play Role in Reducing CVD Risk for Women; Well-woman visits represent an opportunity to counsel patients about heart disease, risk factors. 259
Pivotal Response Treatment Plus NAO Robot Effective in Autism; Decrease in parent-rated ASD-related symptoms over time with PRT using humanoid robot. 248
Recent Oral Antibiotics Use Tied to Higher Risk of Nephrolithiasis; Findings strongest among those with exposure at a young age and those with recent exposure. 214
Restricting Fluids Post Abdominal Surgery Doesn't Up Survival; Fluid restriction has no impact on disability-free survival; increases risk of acute kidney injury. 253
Uveal Effusion Reported After Initiation of Anti-PD-1, -PD-L1; Case series IDs three patients who developed uveal effusion within one to two months of initiating tx. 216
Vertebroplasty Does Not Up Pain Relief in Osteoporotic Fracture; No more pain relief than sham procedure for patients with acute osteoporotic vertebral compression fx. 233

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