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Palpable time for heterogeneous care communities

Erik Grönvall, Patrizia Marti, Alessandro Pollini, Alessia Rullo, Olav W. Bertelsen
2005 Proceedings of the 4th decennial conference on Critical computing between sense and sensibility - CC '05  
Managing and matching the heterogeneity of these different needs and profiles. Palpable Time supports the creation and the consolidation of a Care Community around the Neonatal Ward.  ...  The design concept of Palpable time sets this difference in focus to initiate a communication model aiming at supporting these needs.  ...  Bagnoli, Maria Grazia Burroni and colleagues at the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit of the "Le Scotte" hospital, Siena, for open-minded collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1094562.1094586 dblp:conf/critical/GronvallMPRB05 fatcat:asz4ilx2hvhuhdtf4xtysayjpq

A Prospective Analysis of Office-Based Breast Ultrasound

Tina J. Hieken
1998 Archives of Surgery  
Setting: Academic-affiliated community teaching hospital. Patients: Among 653 consecutive patients seen in our office during a 30-month period, we performed 660 ultrasound examinations.  ...  The presenting complaint included a palpable mass in 53%, abnormal mammogram in 39%, and nipple discharge or retraction in 3%.  ...  care.  ... 
doi:10.1001/archsurg.133.5.504 pmid:9605912 fatcat:erx6cbttejebtgr2hitvxk4qnq

The ECCO–ESMO Collaboration – A Powerful Force in Combating Cancer

Alexander MM Eggermont, José Baselga
2008 European Oncology & Haematology  
The reality of the implementation and measurable outcomes of both ideals generally translates into palpable debate between professional specialities and communities.  ...  The recently announced collaboration between the European CanCer Organisation (ECCO) and the European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) was happily received by the oncology community as a turning point  ...  The reality of the implementation and measurable outcomes of both ideals generally translates into palpable debate between professional specialities and communities.  ... 
doi:10.17925/eoh.2008.04.1.12 fatcat:sptrbuwf25c75dx5chxxg6qvci

Breast cancer mammographic diagnosis performance in a public health institution: a retrospective cohort study

Juliana M.R.B. Mello, Fernando P. Bittelbrunn, Marcio A. B. C. Rockenbach, Guilherme G. May, Leonardo M. Vedolin, Marilia S. Kruger, Matheus D. Soldatelli, Guilherme Zwetsch, Gabriel T. F. de Miranda, Saone I. P. Teixeira, Bruna S. Arruda
2017 Insights into Imaging  
and Data System) 5th edition recommendations for auditing purposes.  ...  Objectives To evaluate the quality assurance of mammography results at a reference institution for the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer in southern Brazil, based on the BIRADS (Breast Imaging Reporting  ...  palpable and non palpable mammographic findings BCSC Benchmark for non palpable mammographic findings BCSC for palpable mammographic findings  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13244-017-0573-2 pmid:28980214 pmcid:PMC5707220 fatcat:wie7orpjevepxgw47v4gsdfhgy

The radiologic workup of a palpable breast mass

L. STEIN, M. CHELLMAN-JEFFERS
2009 Cleveland Clinic journal of medicine  
■ ■ The finding of a palpable breast mass on physical examination often warrants a radiologic workup including directed ultrasonography, diagnostic mammography, and, at times, biopsy with ultrasonographic  ...  Communicating the clinical findings to both the patient and the radiologist helps ensure the selection of the most appropriate imaging studies and helps in the interpretation of those studies.  ...  history and Physical examination ■ To ensure that imaging provides the most useful information about a palpable breast lump, it is important to first do a careful history and physical examination.  ... 
doi:10.3949/ccjm.76a.08015 pmid:19258464 fatcat:daoxbt55hrfmvmn76dnko7hmde

Is thyroid scintigraphy necessary before I-131 therapy for hyperthyroidism? Concise communication

S D Ripley, J E Freitas, C E Nagle
1984 Journal of Nuclear Medicine  
The nuclear medicine physician recorded his preimaging diagnostic impression and therapeutic plan for each patient.  ...  assess the value of routine thyroid scintigraphy in the differential diagnosis of hyperthyroidism and as a guide to I-131 therapy, we prospectively examined 100 consecutive hyperthyroid patients referred for  ...  However, in 17 of 20 individuals with a multino dular goiter, or with solitary palpable nodule with as sociated goiter, scintigraphy was of value in determining the final diagnosis, the need for further  ... 
pmid:6327946 fatcat:nxmvigummbcz5lob3shnh3rotu

Frontmatter [chapter]

2020 Cherry Grove, Fire Island  
Auden "Pleasure Island" Ferry after ferry brings us in, candidates for sun, survivors, Certain that this time it will be better, That the most private heart, Playing house in houses built on sand, Will  ...  This book is dedicated to Amber Hollibaugh for getting us to Cherry Grove, and for many other reasons.  ...  it is palpable."  ... 
doi:10.1515/9780822377214-fm fatcat:7xjhfvdozrf43lqxy557k7574q

Subacute thyroiditis associated with COVID-19

Shaikh Abdul Matin Mattar, Samuel Ji Quan Koh, Suresh Rama Chandran, Benjamin Pei Zhi Cherng
2020 BMJ Case Reports  
Furthermore, the importance of clinically recognising thyroiditis transcends all levels of medical care from tertiary care providers in hospitals to primary care physicians holding the fort in the community  ...  A hypoechoic heterogenous area with ill-defined margins corresponded to the palpable hard region on the left lobe of the thyroid. on August 28, 2020 by guest.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bcr-2020-237336 pmid:32843467 fatcat:inqokihvqvc7zgdaneoglis3d4

Suffering Beyond Negotiation: Towards a Biographic Perspective on Cooperative Design for Therapy [chapter]

Olav W. Bertelsen
2014 COOP 2014 - Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on the Design of Cooperative Systems, 27-30 May 2014, Nice (France)  
"Suffering" is discussed as a frame for enabling a subjective perspective to have a voice in design.  ...  In this paper we argue that design in therapeutic domains (in a broad sense) depends on an understanding of the background for the engagement of the various users involved.  ...  Thanks to Karl Bertelsen Robak for comments on language, to Erik Grönvall for comments on this paper, to Susanne Bødker for comments on very early versions of this work.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-06498-7_10 dblp:conf/coop/Bertelsen14 fatcat:rsmzh5ginre7bdvaalyzciaghm

SCREENING MAMMOGRAPHY IN 35 - 60 YEARS AGE GROUP
English

Manoj Hazarika, Anupal Kr. Sarma, Nabanita Deka, Gautam Goswami
2015 Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences  
Commonest breast density found to be scattered areas of fibro glandular density followed by heterogeneously dense breasts.  ...  Most of the patients with heterogeneously dense breast density were found to be in their luteal phase of menstrual cycle. Lesions were classified according to BIRADS category.  ...  At last screening mammography is an important tool in early detection of breast lesions and thus improving the patient care.  ... 
doi:10.14260/jemds/2015/2133 fatcat:2oppesqrhrfyvp76xqms4nmb6q

How does an "opinion leader" influence my practice?

Christopher R. Carpenter, Jonathan Sherbino
2010 CJEM: Canadian Journal of Emergency Medical Care  
In an era of information overload, simple awareness of research findings is insufficient to modify established practice for the many health care professionals.  ...  The heterogeneous scope of practice within emergency medicine can produce many OLs across diverse fields outside of the specialty.  ...  The authors report on 12 studies of heterogeneous interventions of variable duration in multiple settings with inconsistent effectiveness.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1481803500012586 fatcat:o6wnnnlkwfgfjel5xyvrxu6xcy

Sonography of Fat Necrosis Involving the Extremity and Torso With Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Histologic Correlation

Michael Walsh, Jon A. Jacobson, Sung Moon Kim, David R. Lucas, Yoav Morag, David P. Fessell
2008 Journal of ultrasound in medicine  
A query of the Department of Pathology database at our institution for the diagnosis of fat necrosis resulted in 1539 cases.  ...  were located in the subcutaneous fat; 2 were isoechoic; 3 were hyperechoic; 2 had a hypoechoic halo; none showed shadowing or posterior through-transmission; 2 were well defined; 3 were masslike; 4 were heterogeneous  ...  B, T1-weighted axial MRI (repetition time [TR]/echo time [TE], 450/13 milliseconds) showing a focal area of intermediate signal (arrows).  ... 
doi:10.7863/jum.2008.27.12.1751 pmid:19023001 fatcat:mfbe6zbajvfhtnsw3kduei52qq

Abdominal Wall Schwannoma

Richard Lam, Brice L Hunt, Olivia Arreola-Owen
2019 Federal practitioner : for the health care professionals of the VA, DoD, and PHS  
Disclaimer The opinions expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of Federal Practitioner, Frontline Medical Communications Inc., the US Government, or any of its agencies  ...  CASE PRESENTATION A 70-year-old man with type 2 diabetes mellitus presented to the primary care clinic for intermittent, sharp, localized left lower quadrant abdominal wall pain that was gradually progressive  ...  For example, long-standing schwannomas are often called ancient, meaning that they break down over time, and the atypia they display is a regressive phenomenon. 6 Therefore, a small or limited tissue  ... 
pmid:30983853 pmcid:PMC6453606 fatcat:eknlysxohjfrzkjrisxnru2wxq

Undescended testis: 513 patients' characteristics, age at orchidopexy and patterns of referral

S. A. Nah, C. S. W. Yeo, G. Y. How, J. C. Allen, N. K. Lakshmi, T.-L. Yap, A. S. Jacobsen, Y. Low, C. C. P. Ong
2013 Archives of Disease in Childhood  
There was no difference in age at referral and orchidopexy when comparing unilateral versus bilateral maldescent, and palpability of UDT.  ...  Community health initiatives must emphasise prompt referral to allay the impact of delayed surgery.  ...  Wait time for operation was the time lapsed between the age at referral and age at orchidopexy. Age at orchidopexy was calculated from the date of first procedure.  ... 
doi:10.1136/archdischild-2013-305225 pmid:24225274 fatcat:atwdh57xqbeyvig5lqpma7b2yq

Giant lipomas of the upper extremity

Hasan Göçer, Nevzat Dabak, Alper Çıraklı
2016 Acta Oncologica Turcica  
In 6 patients of the current study with forearm and axillary location, despite feelings of tenseness, fullness and swelling for long time, there was no evident pain and any imaging methods additional to  ...  Careful surgical exploration is required as the compartments of the upper extremity are relatively smaller and because of neurovascular proximity.  ...  Adress for correspondence: Uzm. Dr. Alper Çıraklı.  ... 
doi:10.5505/aot.2016.37450 fatcat:m36zluw5tvc7xhbs2xfnumjwnm
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