Search results for '(atrophy or atrophied or atrophying or atrophies)'
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- PDE-5 inhibitors - non-RCT evidence
... Norway, France R, DB, crossover Hussain IF et al. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 2001 71:371-374 Parkinsonism (Parkinson's disease or multiple system atrophy) 18 IIEF scores improved, but hypotension stopped study in multiple system atrophy UK R, DB, crossover Bocchi EA et al. Circulation 2002 106:1097
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- Risk factors for AMD progression
... to collect demographic and lifestyle history. Progression to neovascular eye disease was measured, as well as progression to centralised geographic atrophy. Participants were randomised to antioxidant and zinc supplementation, or placebo. RESULTS Follow up was for 6.3 years. The main risk factors for
01/04/07, 5544 bytes
- Shoulders to the wheel [Oct 1996; 32-3]
... . Steroid injections can, however, cause problems, such as the direct hazards of injection, bleed or infection, and effects of the steroid, dermal atrophy and long-term deleterious effects on the joint and surrounding structures. These problems have led to recommendations that steroids should not be
01/04/07, 10884 bytes
- Anyone for tennis elbow? [Apr 1997; 38-3]
... in the Price trial were pain after injection in 58 of the 116 injected with steroid plus local compared with 9 of 29 with local alone, and skin atrophy in 31 of 116 compared with 5 of 29. These seem a bit high. References: * WJ Assendelft, EM Hay, R Adshead, LM Bouter. Corticosteroid injections for
01/04/07, 13991 bytes
- Lutein and age-related macular degeneration [May 2004; 123-2]
... to see detail in the centre of vision. As we get older, the cells with retinal pigment become less efficient, the membrane degenerates, some cells atrophy, waste products build up, and central vision is gradually lost. That process is age-related macular degeneration. A good recent review does a better
01/04/07, 20311 bytes
- Effective Intervention [Apr 1994; 3-3]
... mediated by a complement membrane attack complex. There is a loss of muscle capillaries, muscle ischaemia, muscle-fibre necrosis and perifascicular atrophy. There is an unmistakable rash with purplish appearance on the eyelids, cheeks and light exposed areas. A rash is often seen on the extensor surfaces
01/04/07, 9797 bytes
- Corticosteroid injections for lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow)
... injected with corticosteroids and local anaesthetic experienced post-injection pain compared with 31% (9/29) with local anaesthetic alone. Skin atrophy was reported in 27% (31/116) patients compared with 17% (5/29) with local anaesthetic alone. Related topics * Steroid injection for shoulder disorders
01/04/07, 9264 bytes