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Polymialgia Rheumatica, Giant Cell Arteritis or Both?

associated with relapse in a 10 year study. J Rheumatol 1999;26:1326 8. Gran JT, Myklebust B, Wilsgaard T, Jacobsen BK. Survival in polymyalgia rheumatica and temporal arteritis: a study of 398 cases and matched population controls. Rheumatology (Oxford) 2001; 40:1238

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Time Irreversibility of Heart Rate Oscillations During Orthostasis

References Task Force of the European Society of Cardiology and the North American Society of Pacing and Electrophysiology. Heart rate variability. Standards of measurement, physiological interpretation, and clinical use. Circulation 1996;93:1043 - 65 Casali KR, Casali AG, Montano N, Irigoyen MC, Macagnan F, Guzetti S, Porta A. Multiple testing strategy for the detection of temporal irreversibility in stationary time series. Phys. Rev. E 2008; 77:066204-1-7 Javorka M, Turianikova Z

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Measurement of Low-level radiofrequency electromagnetic fields in the human environment

REFERENCES 1. Laukova T. Monitoring of selective low-level electromagnetic fields in the environment. Bachelor thesis. Zilina: s.n.; 2017. p.40 2. Urbinello D, Joseph W, Verloock L, Martens L, Röösli M. Temporal trends of radio-frequency electromagnetic field (RF-EMF) exposure in everyday environments across European cities. Environ Res 2014; 134: 134–42. 3. Frei P, Mohler E, Neubauer G, Theis G, Bürgi A, Fröhlich J, Röösli M. Temporal and spatial variability of personal exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields. Environ Res 2009; 109

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Pseudomonas Infection of the Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Health and Public Health Issues

References 1. Acar B, Guler G. et al. Isolated itching of external auditory canal: clinicopathological study with immunohistochemical determination of antimicrobial peptides. J Laryngol Otol, 2010, 125, 227-230. 2. Ahmad N, Etheridge C. et al. Prospective study of the microbiological flora of hearing aid moulds and the efficacy of current cleaning techniques. J Laryngol Otol, 2006, 121, 110-113. 3. Alva B, Chandra-Prasad K. et al. Temporal bone osteomyelitis and temporoparietal abscess secondary to malignant

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Coexisting Depression and Anxiety: Classification and Treatment

. Syndrome comorbidity in patients with major depression or dysthymia: prevalence and temporal relationships. Am J Psychiatry 1990; 147: 1025-1028. Moffitt TE, Harrington HL, Caspi A, et al. Depression and generalized anxiety disorder: cumulative and sequential comorbidity in a birth cohort followed prospectively to age 32 Year. Arch Gen Psychiatry 2007; 64:651-660. Klein E. The role of extended-release benzodiazepines in the treatment of anxiety: A risk-benefit evaluation with focus on extended-release alprazolam. J Clin

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Quantification of Nonlinear Features in Cardiovascular Signals

. Analysis of heartbeat asymmetry based on multi-scale time irreversibility test. Physica A 2010; 389: 754-760 Porta A, Casali KR, Casali AG, Gnecchi-Ruscone T, Tobaldini E, Montano N, Lange S, Geue D, Cysarz D, Van Leeuwen P. Temporal asymmetries of short-term heart period variability are linked to autonomic regulation. Am J Physiol 2008; 295: R550-557 Chladekova L, Turianikova Z, Tonhajzerova I, Calkovska A, Javorka M. Time irreversibility of heart rate oscillations during orthostasis. Acta Med Mart 2011; (Suppl. 1):39-44

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Heart Rate Variability and Electrodermal Activity as Noninvasive Indices of Sympathovagal Balance in Response to Stress

(6): 32. 21. Porta A, Guzzetti S, Montano N, Gnecchi-Ruscone T, Furlan R, Malliani A. Time reversibility in short-term heart period variability. Comput Cardiol 2006; 33: 77-80. 22. Javorka M, Tonhajzerova I, Turianikova Z, Chladekova L, Javorka K, Calkovska A. Quantification of nonlinear features in cardiovascular signals. AMM 2011; suppl 1: 31-40. 23. Porta A, Casali KR, Casali AG, Gnecchi-Ruscone T, Tobaldini E, Montano N, Lange S, Geue D, Cysarz D, Van Leeuwen P. Temporal asymmetries of short-term heart period

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IgG,kappa monoclonal gammopathy of unknown significance with AL amyloidosis simulating giant cell arteritis

References 1. A NERI, P RUBINO, C MACALUSO, SA GANDOLFI. Light chain amyloidosis mimicking giant cell arteritis in a bilateral anterior ischemic optic neuritis case. BMC Ophthalmol 2013; 20:13:82. 2. AA AZARI, MR KANAVI, D GIRGIS, N SAIPE, HD POTTER, DM ALBERT. Amyloid deposits in temporal artery mimicking temporal arteritis in a patient with multiple myeloma. JAMA Ophtalmol 2013; 131(11):1488. 3. A AUDEMARD, J BOUTEMY, F GALATEAU-SALLE, M MACRO, B BIENVENU. AL amyloidosis with temporal artery involvement

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Will imaging change the diagnosis and management of giant cell arteritis?

References 1.HUNDER GG., BLOCH DA., MICHEL BA., STEVENS MB., AREND WP., CALABRESE LH., et al. The American College of Rheumatology 1990 criteria for the classification of giant cell arteritis . Arthritis Rheum. 1990; 33 (8):1122. 2.ARIDA A., KYPRIANOU M., KANAKIS M., SFIKAKIS PP. The diagnostic value of ultrasonography-derived edema of the temporal artery wall in giant cell arteritis: a second meta-analysis. BMC Musculoskelet Disord. 2010; 11 : 44. 3. SMETANA GW., SHMERLING RH. The rational clinical examination. Does this patient have

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Systemic use of corticosteroids in neurological disorders

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Corticosteroids have been used for almost 60 years in medicine and their roles in patients have always been discussed by researchers and clinicians dedicated in the related field. Now they are still used in treatment of patients with neurological disorders. Usually Corticosteroids are used to decrease inflammations. In this review, we present five key indications, i.e., bacterial meningitis, myasthenia gravis, Bell’s palsy and giant cell (temporal) arteritis for the systemic use of corticosteroids in neurology based on a mix of prevalence, quality of evidence and impact on disease management.

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