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    La capsule vidéo-endoscopique M2A: nouvelle investigation d'avenir?

    Gay, G., Delvaux, M., Fassler, I.
    Acta Endoscopica, 2002, Vol.32(2), pp.III-VII [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: La capsule vidéo-endoscopique M2A: nouvelle investigation d'avenir?
    Author: Gay, G.; Delvaux, M.; Fassler, I.
    Subject: Medicine & Public Health ; Gastroenterology ; Interventional Radiology ; Abdominal Surgery ; Oncology ; Gynecology ; Urology/Andrology ; Medicine;
    Is part of: Acta Endoscopica, 2002, Vol.32(2), pp.III-VII
    Identifier: 0240-642X (ISSN); 1958-5454 (E-ISSN); 10.1007/BF03016649 (DOI)

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    Diffuse Emission of Hydrogen from Poás Volcano, Costa Rica, America Central

    Melián, Gladys, Galindo, Inés, Pérez, Nemesio, Hernández, Pedro, Fernández, Mario, Ramírez, Carlos, Mora, Raúl, Alvarado, Guillermo
    Pure and Applied Geophysics, 2007, Vol.164(12), pp.2465-2487 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: Diffuse Emission of Hydrogen from Poás Volcano, Costa Rica, America Central
    Author: Melián, Gladys; Galindo, Inés; Pérez, Nemesio; Hernández, Pedro; Fernández, Mario; Ramírez, Carlos; Mora, Raúl; Alvarado, Guillermo
    Subject: Hydrogen ; soil gas ; Poás ; Costa Rica
    Description: We report the results of four soil H 2 surveys carried out in 2000–2003 at Poás volcano, Costa Rica, to investigate the soil H 2 distribution and evaluate the diffuse H 2 emission as a potential surveillance tool for Poás volcano. Soil gas H 2 contents showed a wide range of concentration from 0.2 to 7,059 ppmV during the four surveys. Maps of soil gas H 2 based on Sequential Gaussian Simulation showed low H 2 concentration values in the soil atmosphere (
    Is part of: Pure and Applied Geophysics, 2007, Vol.164(12), pp.2465-2487
    Identifier: 0033-4553 (ISSN); 1420-9136 (E-ISSN); 10.1007/s00024-007-0282-8 (DOI)

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    Adapting fistula surgery to fistula tract and patient condition: towards a tailored treatment

    Pascual Miguelañez, I., Alvarez Gallego, M., Rubio Perez, I., Funes Dueñas, T., Gazo Martinez, J. A.
    European Surgery, 2016, Vol.48(1), pp.4-11 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: Adapting fistula surgery to fistula tract and patient condition: towards a tailored treatment
    Author: Pascual Miguelañez, I.; Alvarez Gallego, M.; Rubio Perez, I.; Funes Dueñas, T.; Gazo Martinez, J. A.
    Subject: Anal fistula ; Rectal fistula ; Cryptoglandular fistula ; Rectal advancement flap ; Fistulotomy ; Fistulectomy
    Is part of: European Surgery, 2016, Vol.48(1), pp.4-11
    Identifier: 1682-8631 (ISSN); 1682-4016 (E-ISSN); 10.1007/s10353-015-0357-1 (DOI)

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    Current Management of HBV/HDV Coinfection and Future Perspectives

    Wranke, A., Heidrich, B., Hardtke, S., Wedemeyer, H.
    Current Hepatology Reports, 2015, Vol.14(4), pp.284-292 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: Current Management of HBV/HDV Coinfection and Future Perspectives
    Author: Wranke, A.; Heidrich, B.; Hardtke, S.; Wedemeyer, H.
    Subject: Hepatitis delta ; HBsAg ; HDAg ; Epidemiology ; BEA score ; Anti-HDV IgM ; Interferon ; HIDIT ; Late relapser
    Description: The hepatitis delta virus (HDV) is the smallest virus known to infect humans. It depends on the helper function of the hepatitis B surface antigen (HBsAg), and HDV infection is therefore only possible in patients infected with hepatitis B. Worldwide, an estimated 10–20 million individuals are coinfected with HDV. Migration of patients from highly prevalent areas accounts for the majority of hepatitis delta cases in Europe and North America. Chronic hepatitis delta is the most severe form of viral hepatitis with accelerated fibrosis progression, more frequent development of liver cirrhosis, earlier hepatic decompensation, and reduced survival rates compared to HBV monoinfection. Currently, only pegylated interferon alfa can be used to treat HDV, leading to HDV RNA suppression in 25–47 % of cases. However, interferon alfa rarely induced cure of HDV infection as long-term relapses have been described in many patients. Currently, alternative treatment options like prenylation inhibitors and HBV entry inhibitors are tested in early clinical trials. Moreover, other novel compounds aiming to achieve serological cure of HBV infection would be of particular importance for hepatitis delta as HBsAg elimination would be the ultimate goal also for hepatitis delta. In this review, we summarize the current state of the art on the management of HDV infection and highlight some perspectives for novel therapies.
    Is part of: Current Hepatology Reports, 2015, Vol.14(4), pp.284-292
    Identifier: 2195-9595 (E-ISSN); 10.1007/s11901-015-0280-8 (DOI)

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    Spanish list of potentially inappropriate drugs in the elderly (ES-PIA project)

    Gonzalez-Colaço Harmand, Magali, Aldea-Perona, Ana, Boada-Fernández del Campo, Carlos, Areosa-Sastre, Almudena, Rodríguez-Jiménez, Consuelo, García Sánchez-Colomer, Marcelino, Fernández Quintana, Eduardo, Plasencia-Nuñez, Mercedes, Masiero-Aparicio, Paula, Grillo-Grillo, Candelaria, Orellana-Mobilli, Andrés, García Sáiz, Mar, Duarte Diéguez, Carmen, Hornillos Calvo, Mercedes, Avellana Zaragoza, Juan, Martínez Velilla, Nicolás, Guzmán Pérez Hernández, Domingo, Ruiz González, Mario, Blanco Reina, Encarnación, Asensio Ostos, Carmen, Peiró, Ana, Cabrera García, Lourdes, Hortigüela Moro, Fuensanta, Pérez Alayón, Herlinda, Espárrago García, Iriana, Santana Quilez, Javier, Alonso Ramírez, Javier, Fernández Oropesa, Carlos, López Varona, Mª, Acín Gerico, Mª, Sanz Alvarez, Emilio, Martín de la Sierra, María, Peñalver, María, Falomir Gómez, Teresa, Ruiz Salazar, Jesús, Rivas, Gabriela, Rey Rodríguez, Edmundo
    European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, 2019, Vol.75(8), pp.1161-1176 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Toxicological relevance of endocrine disruptors in the Tagus River estuary (Lisbon, Portugal)

    Rocha, Maria, Cruzeiro, Catarina, Reis, Mário, Pardal, Miguel, Rocha, Eduardo
    Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 2015, Vol.187(8), pp.1-16 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Morphological variation in Puya (Bromeliaceae): an allometric study

    Hornung-Leoni, C., Sosa, V.
    Plant Systematics and Evolution, 2005, Vol.256(1), pp.35-53 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: Morphological variation in Puya (Bromeliaceae): an allometric study
    Author: Hornung-Leoni, C.; Sosa, V.
    Subject: Allometry ; altitudinal and latitudinal distribution ; Bromeliaceae ; plant size ; pollination system ; Puya
    Description: A group of representative species of the genus Puya was studied to determine if there are allometric relationships between vegetative and floral parts, whether these relationships correlate with their pollination system and if plant size is correlated with elevation and latitude. Fifty-three species representing the morphological variation and distribution of the genus were studied. Total plant height, as well as leaf, inflorescence, petal and sepal length were measured and these data subjected to univariate and multivariate analyses. To test for correlation between plant size and altitudinal and latitudinal distribution, ANOVAs were performed. When the pollination system of a species is known, additional multivariate and univariate analyses were also performed. The results indicate that the characters studied are correlated with a size component, exhibiting positive allometry for sepal and petal length and negative allometry for leaf length. Inflorescence length is an isometric character. There was no significant correlation between plant size and altitudinal or latitudinal distribution. The ANOVAs show that the only character correlated to pollinator type was petal length. Small plants with small flowers are correlated to pollinators such as insects, while medium to large plants with medium to large-sized flowers are correlated with pollinators such as birds and bats. Large plants have small flowers, that are more evident and attract more pollinators.
    Is part of: Plant Systematics and Evolution, 2005, Vol.256(1), pp.35-53
    Identifier: 0378-2697 (ISSN); 1615-6110 (E-ISSN); 10.1007/s00606-005-0302-z (DOI)

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    Effect of paroxetine and nefazodone on 5-HT1A receptor sensitivity

    Sargent, P., Williamson, D. J., Pearson, G., Odontiadis, J., Cowen, P. J.
    Psychopharmacology, 1997, Vol.132(3), pp.296-302 [Peer Reviewed Journal]