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Anca Chiriac, Mihai Mares, Cristian Podoleanu, Cosmin Moldovan and Simona Stolnicu

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Introduction: Lately, a new idea has caught the attention of young people of both genders, being debated in consultation rooms, during classes, and especially on social media: is using horse shampoo for human hair wrong or not?

Material and methods: A simple questionnaire about horse shampoo and its use in humans was addressed to 85 students.

Results: Thirty-eight responders were aware of its existence, 27 have tried it and 3 were still using it as a weekly shampoo. All positive responders were young women who declared being completely satisfied by horse shampoo and none of them have reported side effects.

Conclusion: Although it has good reviews, horse shampoo is not available in human pharmacies. As dermatologists, we are still looking for an answer.

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Samiha M. Gawish, Amina A. Gamal El Din, Hanaa H. Ahmed, Abdel Razik H. Farrag and Amira Abou-El Kheir

-74. 19. Boateng JS, Mathews KH, Stevens HNE, Eccleston GM. Wound healing dressings and drug delivery systems: A review. J Pharm Sci. 2008; 97(8): 2892-923. 20. Wall SJ, Bevan D, Thomas DW, Harding KG, Edwards DR, Murphy G. Differential Expression of Matrix Metalloproteinases during Impaired Wound Healing of the Diabetes Mouse. J Investigative Dermatol. 2002; 119: 91-8. 21. Gomez JH, Schumacher J, Lauten SD, Sartin EA, Hathcock TL, Swaim SF. Effects of 3 biologic dressings on healing of cutaneous wounds on the limbs of horses. Can J Vet

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Darja Pavlin, Maja Cemazar, Andrej Cör, Gregor Sersa, Azra Pogacnik and Natasa Tozon

: 698-707. DelVecchio M, Bajetta E, Canova S, Lotze MT, Wesa A, Parmiani G, et al. Interleukin-12: biological properties and clinical application. Clin Cancer Res 2007; 13 : 4677-85. Heinzerling LM, Feige K, Rieder S, Akens MK, Dummer R, Stranzinger G, et al. Tumor regression induced by intratumoral injection of DNA coding for human interleukin 12 into melanoma metastases in gray horses. J Mol Med 2001; 78 : 692-702. Siddiqui F, Li C-Y, LaRue SM, Poulson JM, Avery PR, Pruitt AF, et al

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Jozko Racnik, Tanja Svara, Marko Zadravec, Mitja Gombac, Maja Cemazar, Gregor Sersa and Natasa Tozon

response of ECT with cisplatin or bleomycin in tumours of different histology with minimal side effects in dogs 10 , 11 , cats 12 , horses 13 , pet rats 14 , and reptiles 15 , 16 . In our cases, only some muscle contractions of the patient were observed during the application of electric pulses. The contractions were mild, disappearing after the end of each train of electric pulses. In animals, pain during ECT can be avoided using sedation and/or general anaesthesia. 10 , 11 , 12 , 13 , 14 , 15 , 16 Gaseous anaesthesia with isoflurane was used in our cases to prevent

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Vishal Sehgal and Richard Childress

.1007/s00280-016-2980-3 Agrawal S Waxman I Lambert A Roy A Darbenzio R. Evaluation of the potential for QTc prolongation in patients with solid tumors receiving nivolumab Cancer Chemother Pharmacol 2016 77 635 41 42 Carter CA, Browning R, Oronsky BT, Scicinski JJ, Brzezniak C. The Case of a Zebra That Was Misdiagnosed as a Horse: Pulmonary Tumor Thrombotic Microangiopathy, a New Paraneoplastic Syndrome, Mimicking PD-1-Induced Pneumonitis. Case Rep Oncol 2016 2016; 9: 68-75. Carter CA Browning R Oronsky BT Scicinski JJ Brzezniak C. The Case of a Zebra That Was

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Chunyan Liu and Zonghong Shao

years, almost same as the sib-HSCT. Research by the Beijing Children Hospital on the rabbit ATG showed that the total effect was 77%, and in the study by doctor Cao, it was 83.3%. [ 24 ] In China, the use of horse ATG is limited, but the pig ATG was frequently used because of its less cost. The research of Han summarized the clinical data of 48 patients who received treatment with pig ATG, the total therapeutic effect was 82.2%, almost the same as rabbit ATG. [ 25 ] The study of doctor Wei obtained the same result, revealing that the pig ATG was the same in

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Claudia Salvadori, Tanja Svara, Guido Rocchigiani, Francesca Millanta, Darja Pavlin, Maja Cemazar, Ursa Lampreht Tratar, Gregor Sersa, Natasa Tozon and Alessandro Poli

lasting disease free interval (between 3 and 4 years). Furthermore the present study immunohistologically supports the value of peritumoral IL-12 gene electrotransfer in boosting immune response of the organism, providing evidence of the presence of immune cells (T-lymphocytes and macrophages) in the tumors treated with electrochemotherapy and peritumoral IL-12 gene electrotransfer compared to tumors before therapy. There is also another study on sarcoids in horses, using the same combined treatment in which increased number of CD4 and CD8 lymphocytes sub

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Zoltán Bajkó, Rodica Bălaşa, Anca Moţăţăianu, Laura Bărcuţean, Adina Stoian, Nicoleta Stirbu and Smaranda Maier

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Traumatic bilateral dissection of the carotid arteries is a rare condition with potentially life-threatening complications. The case of a 57-year-old male patient with acute onset left sided hemiparesis, twelve hours after a blunt head injury, caused by a horse kick, is reported. A cerebral CT scan revealed right middle cerebral artery (MCA) territory infarction. Based on Duplex ultrasound and Angio CT scan findings, a diagnosis of bilateral ICA dissection was established. Despite antithrombotic treatment, the patient presented with a progressive worsening of his neurological status. The control CT scan evidenced malignant right MCA territory infarction that required decompressive craniotomy. The patient was discharged with significant neurological deficits. Together with this case, the aetiologies, clinical manifestations, diagnostic and therapeutical options and outcome of carotid artery dissection are discussed.

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Titin Andri Wihastuti, Teuku Heriansyah, Hanifa Hanifa, Sri Andarini, Zuhrotus Sholichah, Yuni Hendrati Sulfia, Aditya Angela Adam, Jeki Refialdinata and Nurul Cholifah Lutfiana

expression profiles in subcutaneous and visceral adipose tissue depots of insulin-resistant and insulin-sensitive light breed horses. J Vet Intern Med 24, 932–939, 2010. Cacho J, Sevillano J, de Castro J, Herrera E, Ramos MP. Validation of simple indexes to assess insulin sensitivity during pregnancy in Wistar and Sprague Dawley rats. Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab 295, E1269–E1276, 2008. Carlquist JF, Muhlestein JB, Anderson JL. Lipoprotein-associated phospholipase A 2 : a new biomarker for cardiovascular risk assessment and potential therapeutic target. Expert