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Andrea D. Furlan Oct 23
Intra-articular in the and : Perhaps Not as Safe as We Thought?
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Nasal Polyps Fix 17h
The first-line treatment for is a spray.
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Health Imaging Oct 17
"We've been telling patients that even if these injections don't relieve your pain, they're not going to hurt you," said study author Ali Guermazi, MD, PhD. "But now we suspect that this is not necessarily the case"
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JACI: In Practice Oct 16
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Gonda Hervaud Oct 19
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PT Products Magazine Oct 15
Caution Patients About Dangers of Injections for in Consent Forms, Study Suggests
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S Faiz Oct 22
Replying to @petitmalz
explains that dose was limited in initial trials but concurrent steroids may help those with and disease. Important to balance risks and benefits
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Joshua C. Richards, M.D. Apr 1
Corticosteroid injection may be effective treatment for carpal tunnel syndrome.
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Dr.MaríaJ.DíazCandamio Oct 15
Intra-articular and Injections Perhaps Not as Safe as We Thought? Adverse events: ✔accelerated osteoarthritis ✔subchondral insufficiency fracture ✔osteonecrosis ✔rapid joint destruction with bone loss
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Saman Nematollahi Nov 7
Replying to @TxID_Edu
4/ In a large case series of 1042 hospitalized patients, lymphopenia was due to: - bacterial or fungal sepsis (24%) - recent surgery (22%) - (17%) - treatment (15%) A low count persisted beyond six months in 6% patients.
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Dermatology Advisor Jan 26
The use of high-potency topical therapy in patients with is an effective first-line treatment that avoids the possible adverse effects associated with the use of systemic therapies.
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Evan Vista, MD Apr 9
Most common iatrogenic cause of secondary in would be at least 3 months of use (>7.5 mg/day)
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ERKNet Mar 18
models show that therapy may have a paradoxical effect in with mutations
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Laura Lippa, MD Jun 11
- - : a systematic review and meta-analysis. And a good summary of what’s next 👇🏼👇🏼👇🏼
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Akshaya de Groot 🌻 Oct 20
injections are often given to reduce pain and from . But they may accelerate the progression of osteoarthritis and potentially even hasten the need for joint replacement surgeries.
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Rheumatology Advisor Jun 21
Lumbar CT-guided infiltration may effectively alleviate refractory low associated with a number of conditions, including disk herniation, lumbar stenosis, and spondyloarthrosis.
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Ramcés Falfán-Valenc Jul 13
Both and should be considered when classifying regimens in terms of
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Peter Thomas #FBPE Apr 8
Had a injection in my knackered recently and, after 114 miles in past few days, I'm surprised to report that it seems to have worked. Love the at last.
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Pulmonology Advisor Nov 5
Patients with uncontrolled , poor inhaled compliance, comorbid , and occasionally patients without asthma frequently overuse over-the-counter short-acting beta agonists.
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Anton Sostaric Dec 5
ever read a report that discusses exercise as a management option for tendinopathy/synovitis? or anything for that matter? injection 100% guaranteed !!
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