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1Permissive underfeeding or standard enteral feeding in critically ill adultsNew England Journal of Medicine, May 22, 2015  Clinical Article  Evidence Based Medicine
2Trends in mental health care among children and adolescentsNew England Journal of Medicine, May 22, 2015  Clinical Article  Evidence Based Medicine
3Trial of short-course antimicrobial therapy for intraabdominal infectionNew England Journal of Medicine, May 22, 2015  Clinical Article  Evidence Based Medicine
4Comparative efficacy and safety of blood pressure-lowering agents in adults with diabetes and kidney disease: a network meta-analysisThe Lancet, May 22, 2015  Clinical Article  Evidence Based Medicine
5Ultrasonographic evaluation of the median and sciatic nerves in hemiplegic patients after strokeAmerican Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, May 22, 2015  Clinical Article
6Effect of strengthening versus balance-proprioceptive exercises on lower extremity function in patients with juvenile idiopathic arthritis: a randomized, single-blind clinical trialAmerican Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, May 22, 2015  Clinical Article
7Crucial roles of TNFAIP8 protein in regulating apoptosis and Listeria infectionThe Journal of Immunology, May 22, 2015  Clinical Article
8Neonatal exposure to Pneumococcal phosphorylcholine modulates the development of house dust mite allergy during adult lifeThe Journal of Immunology, May 22, 2015  Clinical Article
9T follicular helper cell differentiation is defective in the absence of Bcl6 BTB repressor domain functionThe Journal of Immunology, May 22, 2015  Clinical Article
10Quantitative profiling of immune repertoires for minor lymphocyte counts using unique molecular identifiersThe Journal of Immunology, May 22, 2015  Clinical Article

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We have Ranked, Sorted and Summarized the Latest Clinical Articles.

1Oral steroids for acute sciatica produce limited improvement in function and painKaiser Permanente Health Research News, May 22, 2015
2Risk of sudden deafness shown to be higher in people with osteoporosisInternational Osteoporosis Foundation News, May 22, 2015
3Study questions beneficial effects of a Nordic diet on cardiovascular eventsKarolinska Institutet, May 22, 2015
4Common gene mutation may raise risk of heart diseaseUniversity of Connecticut Health News, May 22, 2015
5Memory improvement after weight lossUmeå University Faculty of Medicine News, May 22, 2015
6Adults harbor lots of risky autoreactive immune cells, study findsStanford School of Medicine News, May 21, 2015
7Omega-3 fatty acids enhance cognitive flexibility in at-risk older adultsUniversity of Illinois Health News, May 21, 2015
8New studies call for improved assessment of prostate cancer screening and treatment selectionAmerican Urological Association News, May 21, 2015
9New studies call for smarter approach to prostate cancer screeningAmerican Urological Association News, May 21, 2015
10Study finds high risk of sleep apnea in young veterans with PTSDAmerican Academy of Sleep Medicine News, May 21, 2015

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Relationship benefit in women with IHD

As reported in Clinical Infectious Diseases, HIV-infected patients are at increased risk for non-Hodgkin‘s lymphoma (NHL). Of 6036 patients with 21607 person-years of follow-up, there were 37 incident cases of NHL. Compared to patients with ≤ 50 copies/mL, patients with 51-500 and > 500 copies/mL had HRs of 1.66 and 2.39 for NHL, respectively.

Mean platelet volume predicts silent cerebral infarction

As reported in the Internal Medicine Journal, the mean platelet volume is increased in patients with a silent cerebral infarction than in those without (10.4 vs. 9.2 fL). The OR for silent cerebral infarction was 7.822 in patients in the highest mean platelet volume quartile compared to the lowest quartile.

Soluble TNF receptor II increased in MS patients

As reported in the Journal of Neuroimmunology, soluble tumor necrosis factor receptor II levels are increased in patients with untreated multiple sclerosis (n-161) compared to healthy controls (n=46), and the levels increased over a 2-year follow-up, but were not associated with the severity of disability.

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