Tag: "may" at medical news
Community MRSA is re-emergence of 1950's pandemic
... to treatment by powerful meticillin antibiotics - may
have evolved from this earlier pandemic-causing strain. The researchers have sequenced key genes from 80/81 samples isolated between 1955 and 1969 in Australia, England and the USA, and compared them with the same regions in genes from a clone of one...
Advanced prostate cancer previously considered inoperable may be operable, curable
...tate cancer affects the lymph nodes. Surgery alone may
be sufficient treatment for those without lymph node involvement. Approximately 50 percent of the cases of cT3 prostate cancer do not involve the lymph nodes. The study also found that 25 percent of the patients were overstaged -- told that they had...
New approach to eye training may significantly improve performance
...e, CA., March 31, 2005 A new study suggests there may
be a better way to sharpen the eyes of radiologists, military pilots and other professionals for whom identifying objects or patterns in a monitor or visual display often quickly and with pinpoint accuracy is a critical part of the job. According...
Sucampo submits new drug application for lubiprostone
...est that lubiprostone's unique mechanism of action may
offer a more targeted approach to managing the symptoms of constipation." Once the FDA grants approval, Takeda Pharmaceutical Company's U.S. subsidiary will market lubiprostone in the U.S. Sucampo and Takeda reached an agreement in October 2004 that...
Study finds radiation therapy for prostate cancer nearly doubles risk for rectal cancer
... cancer before 1995, the risk of developing cancer may
be reduced by the evolution of radiation delivery ...of radiation. Therefore, the risk of rectal cancer may
still exist and thus, until proven otherwise, men treated with radiation for prostate cancer need mo...
Radiation therapy for prostate cancer nearly doubles the risk of rectal cancer
... radiation has been quantified, and these findings may
also have implications for patients treated with r...ancer prior to 1995, the risk of developing cancer may
be reduced by the evolution of radiation delivery techniques. However, researchers say that even wi...
Autistic children's abnormal metabolic profile findings
...of several genetic polymorphisms that they believe may
increase the risk of autism in specific combinatio...he immune system, and the researchers believe they may
contribute to the neurological, gastrointestinal and immunologic pathology that occurs in autistic c...
Urban neighborhoods affect how people think about health
...le who don't receive treatment for their illnesses may
face more expensive complications later in life. "Yes, individuals decide whether to seek preventive health care, but policy-makers need to realize there are greater external forces, such as subsidized health care, that are influencing those decision...
More exhaust inhaled by kids inside school buses than by others in the area, says new UC study
... bus with windows open. The researchers said this may
be because the exhaust is leaking into the cabin of the bus further up the system than the tailpipe, which is where the particle trap is located. Exactly how that exhaust is entering into the cabin is a subject of further study. "The broader message...
AACR establishes new lectureship in honor of Dr. Jane C. Wright
...ions or organizations are not eligible Nominations may
be made by any scientist, whether an AACR member o..., or cancer-related biomedical science. Candidates may
not nominate themselves....
Study shows light therapy to effectively treat mood disorders, including SAD
...dren, adolescents and the elderly to light therapy may
differ, compared to non-geriatric adults. For exam...osing might differ. Also, children and adolescents may
need lower doses than the elderly. "And if eye problems such as cataracts are more prevalent among t...
Study: obesity impairs immune response of mice, boosts chances of dying from influenza infection
...mune dysfunction during influenza infection, which may
lead in humans, as it did in the mice, to increased mortality," Beck said. "Influenza virus currently is responsible for 36,000 deaths and 114,000 hospitalizations in the United States each year." Mice are a common model in influenza virus infection ...
Carnegie Mellon researchers open window into the ability of humans to recognize faces
...possible, however, that some forms of intervention may
become possible in the near future," Behrmann said....
Newer imaging techniques may lead to over-treatment
...l blood clots not previously seen, but seeing more may
have little impact on the patient's outcome, a new...obably would not have been treated in the past and may
have done fine. Improved technology is forcing us to face new clinical questions such as whether or ...
Pediatricians must confront community-based threats to health
...are recommended often cost more than junk food and may
not be geographically or financially available A surgeon may
be able to extract a bullet from a wound, but is unable to remove the victim from the environment of...
Cognitive therapy works as well as antidepressants, but with lasting effect after therapy ends
... of symptoms might demonstrate that the medication may
have blunted the appearance of depression but did ...ts involved. Just as the experience of therapists may
be important in cognitive therapy, so, too, can the expertise of prescribing physicians play a role ...
Consumers not getting accurate information about smokeless tobacco
...e risks of smokeless tobacco and cigarette smoking may
have important negative health implications. "Through these websites, smokers and policy makers are told there is no potential for harm reduction, an unethical message that is both false and harmful to people's health", conclude the authors. The harm...
Brain region recovery possible in former methamphetamine users
...nges associated with long-term methamphetamine use may
not be permanent but may
partially recover with prolonged abstinence. Thomas E. Nordahl, M.D., Ph.D., of the University of C...
Different antipsychotic medications may have different effects on brain volume
...volume and the behavioral pathology of the illness may
be associated," the authors write. "Although these results must be confirmed, they suggest that a significant difference exists between a typical antipsychotic (haloperidol) and an atypical agent (olanzapine) that is due to either a safety or efficac...
In treatment of depression, cognitive therapy and medication both effective
...herapy, when provided by an experienced therapist, may
be as effective as antidepressant medications in the initial treatment of moderate to severe major depression, according to an article in the April issue of Archives of General Psychiatry, one of the JAMA/Archives journals. "Antidepressant medication...
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