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The international medical community and professional network

...based on the popular Radiology community Radiolopolis...

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The purpose of this medical community is to create a possibility, where most of the needs of physicians, residents, medicals students, physician assistants, nurses, technologists and industry can be melted within one central medical network. It is based on a "taking and giving" principle, where you share your knowledge and others do the same.

Some features:

  • Share cases and your knowledge
  • Ask professionals for their opinion - in public or in private
  • Find people with similar interests, create new connections and expand your professional network
  • Discuss medical topics in dedicated forums - from residency to practice
  • Prepare for the USMLE / medical baords
  • Find tutorials and eLearning material
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  • Simplify your research and find partners worldwide
  • Create or join research and study groups
  • General and medical specific search engines
  • Read medical news from multiple subspecialties
  • Publishing case reports (cooperation with the JRCR)
  • Helpful tools for your daily work (calculators, case tracker, clinical, research tools, etc.)
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Seeing the Invisible for the First Time - animated documentary celebrates 17th-century citizen scientist van Leeuwenhoek who discovered microbes
This animated documentary celebrates the 17th-century citizen scientist Antonie van Leeuwenhoek, whose discovery of microbes would change our view of the biological world.Dust mites were also first discovered by the inventor of the microscope, Antonie van Leeuwenhoek. In 1694, he reported microscopic "little animals" that live in dust.Up to 40% of the world's population has been diagnosed with an allergic disease. The most prevalent allergy is to house dust mites ( is a toy company based in Stamford, CT. GIANTmicrobes manufactures plush toys resembling microbes, including a number of clinically important human pathogens. The toys were developed primarily for educational, if not in some cases ironic, value.3 Dust Mites in a Petri Dish by GIANTmicrobes/Am...

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Increased Expression of Phosphorylated FADD in Anaplastic Large Cell and Other T-Cell Lymphomas.
Authors: Patel S, Murphy D, Haralambieva E, Abdulla ZA, Wong KK, Chen H, Gould E, Roncador G, Hatton CS, Anderson AP, Banham AH, Pulford K Abstract FAS-associated protein with death domain (FADD) is a major adaptor protein involved in extrinsic apoptosis, embryogenesis, and lymphocyte homeostasis. Although abnormalities of the FADD/death receptor apoptotic pathways have been established in tumorigenesis, fewer studies have analyzed the expression and role of phosphorylated FADD (pFADD). Our identification of FADD as a lymphoma-associated autoantigen in T-cell lymphoma patients raises the possibility that pFADD, with its correlation with cell cycle, may possess role(s) in human T-cell lymphoma development. This immunohistochemical study investigated pFADD protein expression in a ran...

Linked publications from a single trial: a thread of evidence
The medical literature is vast and it is impossible to keep up with the deluge of new research articles. With ongoing concerns regarding manipulation of the outcomes and analyses reported in medical research, it is increasingly important that researchers are able to easily identify and access all publications relating to a specific clinical trial, in order to get the complete picture and to reliably evaluate bias or selective reporting. Recent developments and innovations within the threaded publications initiative and the Linked Reports of Clinical Trials project demonstrate progress towards the ideal of making all trial information readily available.
(Source: Trials)

Silence in the EHR: infrequent documentation of aphonia in the electronic health record
Conclusions: Patients' communication abilities were infrequently documented in the EHR. When providers did document a patient's communication disability or method, they used inconsistent descriptions, suggesting a lack of standardized language. Further work is needed to determine how to consistently and accurately document patients' communication abilities so staff and providers can quickly recognize how best to communicate with patients with communication disabilities.
(Source: BMC Health Services Research)

Identifying keys to success in reducing readmissions using the ideal transitions in care framework
Conclusions: Interventions to reduce hospital readmissions are frequently unsuccessful; most target few domains within the ITC framework. The ITC may provide a useful framework to consider when developing readmission interventions.
(Source: BMC Health Services Research)

Application of WHO's guideline for the selection of sentinel sites for hospital-based influenza surveillance in Indonesia
Conclusions: The multi-step process enabled sentinel site selection based on the WHO recommended attributes that emphasize right-sizing the surveillance system to ensure its stability and maximizing its geographic representativeness. This experience may guide other countries interested in adopting WHO's influenza surveillance standards for sentinel site selection.
(Source: BMC Health Services Research)

Extravasation into brain and subsequent spread beyond the ischemic core of a magnetic resonance contrast agent following a step-down infusion protocol in acute cerebral ischemia
Conclusions: These results demonstrate that the SDI protocol resulted in a spread of the MRCA beyond the ischemic core. Whether plasma-borne acute stroke therapeutics can be delivered to the ischemic penumbra in a similar way needs to be investigated.
(Source: BioMed Central)

Regulation and practice of workers’ protection from chemical exposures during container handling
Conclusions: Managers, workers, even occupational health professionals have limited knowledge about the hazardous chemicals that can be released from containers. Detailed risk assessment and specific instructions on risk management are needed for safe handling of transport containers.
(Source: BioMed Central)

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α1-antitrypsin modulates microglial-mediated neuroinflammation and protects microglial cells from amyloid-β-induced toxicity
Conclusions: We provide evidence on the mechanism of action of A1AT on microglial-mediated neuroinflammation in vitro. Our in vitro data indicate that A1AT treatment modulates microglial cells in inflammatory conditions and that this modulation is due to an inhibition of calpain activity and intracellular calcium levels. The underlying mechanisms of the effects observed here are promising for future therapeutic strategies and should thus be further pursued in transgenic mouse models of Alzheimer disease.
(Source: BioMed Central)

The impact of children's sex composition on parents' mortality
Conclusion: These results lend some support to the notion that there is a larger benefit of the first son or daughter than the later children of the same sex, and especially in the earliest decade of the study period.
(Source: BioMed Central)

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