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1945 13
1946 35
1947 25
1948 40
1949 21
1950 1
1951 69
1952 151
1953 156
1954 210
1955 231
1956 278
1957 255
1958 216
1959 297
1960 292
1961 315
1962 210
1963 15
1964 45
1965 988
1966 1931
1967 2582
1968 3473
1969 3644
1970 3746
1971 4088
1972 4087
1973 4120
1974 4364
1975 3922
1976 3777
1977 3869
1978 3752
1979 3722
1980 3593
1981 3599
1982 4059
1983 3955
1984 4251
1985 4592
1986 4541
1987 4514
1988 4634
1989 5164
1990 5555
1991 5703
1992 5858
1993 6248
1994 6422
1995 6904
1996 7058
1997 7685
1998 8336
1999 8565
2000 9292
2001 10023
2002 10430
2003 10731
2004 11664
2005 12845
2006 13854
2007 14354
2008 15262
2009 15937
2010 17020
2011 17589
2012 18427
2013 19091
2014 19161
2015 18857
2016 18630
2017 18311
2018 17652
2019 6832
2020 39
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Outline of metabolic diseases in adult neurology.
Mochel F. Rev Neurol (Paris) 2015 - Review. PMID 26002495
In daily practice, it is important to recognize emergency situations as well as neurodegenerative diseases for which a metabolic disease is likely, especially when therapeutic interventions are available. ...General guidelines are presented to treat the most common IEM during metabolic crises - acute encephalopathies with increased plasma ammonia, lactate or homocystein, as well as rhabdomyolysis. ...
In daily practice, it is important to recognize emergency situations as well as neurodegenerative diseases for which a metabolic
Electrolyte and Acid-Base Disturbances in End-Stage Liver Disease: A Physiopathological Approach
Jiménez JV, et al. Dig Dis Sci 2017 - Review. PMID 28501971
Acid-base disturbances range from classical respiratory alkalosis to high anion gap metabolic acidosis, almost comprising the full acid-base spectrum. ...
Acid-base disturbances range from classical respiratory alkalosis to high anion gap metabolic acidosis, almost comprising the full ac …
Osteoporosis complicating some inborn or acquired diseases.
Zofkova I and Nemcikova P. Physiol Res 2018 - Review. PMID 30484671 Free article.
Osteoporosis in chronic diseases is very frequent and pathogenetically varied. It complicates the course of the underlying disease by the occurrence of fractures, which aggravate the quality of life and increase the mortality of patients from the underlying disease. The secondary deterioration of bone quality in chronic diseases, such as diabetes of type 1 and type 2 and/or other endocrine and metabolic disorders, as well as inflammatory diseases, including rheumatoid arthritis - are mostly associated with structural changes to collagen, altered bone turnover, increased cortical porosity and damage to the trabecular and cortical microarchitecture. ...
Osteoporosis in chronic diseases is very frequent and pathogenetically varied. It complicates the course of the underlying disease by …
The eye and the skin in nonendocrine metabolic disorders.
Urrets-Zavalía JA, et al. Clin Dermatol 2016 - Review. PMID 26903184
As metabolism is controlled by the input of genes and the environment, metabolic disorders result from some disturbance in the interaction between genes and environmental factors. ...Distinctive ocular and skin manifestations accompany many metabolic diseases and may provide clues for their diagnosis and evolution....
As metabolism is controlled by the input of genes and the environment, metabolic disorders result from some disturbance in the intera …
Epigenetics and developmental origins of diabetes: correlation or causation?
Bansal A and Simmons RA. Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab 2018 - Review. PMID 29406781 Free PMC article.
Extensive efforts to understand the association of early-life perturbations with later onset of metabolic diseases, the founding principle of developmental origins of health and disease, have been crucial in determining the mechanisms that may be driving the pathogenesis of T2D. As the programming of the epigenome occurs during critical periods of development, it has emerged as a potential molecular mechanism that could occur early in life and impact metabolic health decades later. ...
Extensive efforts to understand the association of early-life perturbations with later onset of metabolic diseases, the foundi …
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