Found out he had diabetes 12 weeks ago!
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Chris Wilcox, MD, PhD interviews the 2015 Lewis K. Dahl Award Winner Bernardo Rodriguez-Iturbe, MD, PhD about his ground breaking research on the role of inflammation in hypertension.
Joe Broderick, MD, Ayesha Sherzai, MD, and Jesse Dawson, MD, provide an overview of the science they presented at the International Stroke Conference 2015 in Nashville, TN.
The Centre for Menstrual Cycle and Ovulation Research (CeMCOR) was founded by Dr. Jerilynn C. Prior in May 2002. The Centre studies the physical and psychological causes and effects of ovulation disturbances on women’s overall health.
CeMCOR publishes scientific results and disseminates information directly to women.
The Centre’s mission is to create and share a scientific, holistic body of knowledge focused on normal patterns of hormones in the population and changes in women’s menstrual cycles and ovulatory characteristics across the life cycle.
The Centre also performs studies, analyzes data, publishes and teaches about the science of menstrual cycle and ovulation physiology and the expressions of these in women’s experiences.
Please watch this video to learn more about the Centre’s incredible work – especially in relation to bone health.
Elliott Antman, MD, president of the American Heart Association, Mike Lauer, MD, Kevin Volpp, MD, PhD, and Lesley Curtiss, PhD, panelists for the opening session for Epidemiology and Prevention and Lifestyle and Cardiometabolic Health, 2015 discuss the potential impact of technology and big data on cardiovascular research and practice.
The mysterious onset of type 1 diabetes may have to do with what’s in your genes. Studies of twins show that if one twin has type 1 diabetes, the other has a 50 to 80 percent likelihood to also get the disease.
In the past 5 years, new technology that screens the whole genetic code allowed researchers to uncover at least 50 diabetes-associated genes. Interestingly, many of those genes also relate to other autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis or celiac disease.
Stephan Kissler, Ph.D., Assistant Investigator in the Section on Immunobiology at Joslin Diabetes Center, studies those genes associated with multiple diseases using some of the newest lab techniques available.
ADA TV checks out a few popular spots in the French Quarter that #2016ADA attendees can check out between sessions at the convention center.
This is a Generic midfoot Charcot reduction strategy, whereby the normal architecture of the foot should be recreated in order to return to a plantigrade foot which evenly purchases the ground during stance. A Charcot breakdown in the midfoot could involve any combination of tarsal joints.
This newly rendered foot position renders the foot vulnerable to increased pressures and ulceration risk The strategy for reduction begins by assembling the foot from posterior to anterior, beginning with a Tendo Achilles lengthening. When the rearfoot is restored to optimal position, the soft tissue is addressed next
The soft tissue in this instance is often hypertrophic and fibrotic. This capsule must be dissected and joint exposure will benefit visualization.
With the release of the soft tissue, the forefoot segment can hinge into a more optimal angulation. The orientation of the osteotomy is designed to be perpendicular to the intended axis of the medial column This osteotomy is also placed at the junction, to divide the difference of the two overhanging segments. The fragments of overhang are removed when the osteotomy is complete
Next, the reduction can be shifted into position.
Then, with the alignment held, fixation can be placed. A ladder plating technique can be performed