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Inversion theraphy

Magdalena Barbara Sobocińska, Jerzy Loba
Lungs are the target organ in chronic hyperglycemia, but its large reserves causes a subclinical course of these changes. Given the results of other researchers indicating reduced active surface of gas exchange and pulmonary capillary damage, it can be assumed that diabetes and other hyperglycemic states diminish these reserves and impair effectiveness of respiratory gas exchange during pneumonia. So it is plausible to observe coexistence of glucose metabolism disorders and respiratory failure in patients hospitalized with lower respiratory tract infection...
2015: Przegla̧d Lekarski
M Gniadecka
Although leg oedema is believed to contribute to the pathogenesis of lipodermatosclerosis and leg ulcer, little is known about the cutaneous distribution of water in lipodermatosclerosis. In lipodermatosclerosis accompanied by leg ulceration, a subepidermal low echogenic band is seen in the high-frequency echograms of the skin at the boundary of the wound. Since skin echogenicity is inversely related to the amount of water contained, it has been assumed that the subepidermal low echogenic band corresponds to oedema in the papillary dermis...
March 1995: Acta Dermato-venereologica
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