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Tuesday, Jul 8, 2014
Thorax, 07/08/2014 Pacheco A – Chronic cough or cough that lasts more than 8 weeks, once a chest x–ray and spirometry are confirmed normal, is caused by an alteration in a section of the route between peripheral receptors, mainly in the upper and lower airway and oesophagus, spinal cord and the cough centre in the brain stem involving the cortex. Clinically chronic cough is easy to...Read More
Friday, Jul 11, 2014
Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology, 07/11/2014 Hu ZW, et al. – This study aimed to evaluate the efficacy of antireflux treatment on gastroesophageal reflux (GER)–related cough syncope. For chronic cough and cough syncope of unknown cause, the GER assessment could be valuable and in treating well–selected GER–related chronic cough and cough syncope, PPI, SRF, and...Read More
Thursday, Jul 17, 2014
The Spine Journal, 07/17/2014 Jensen OK, et al. – In this study, the authors aimed to study associations between baseline degenerative manifestations and outcome in sick–listed LBP patients. The only degenerative manifestation negatively associated with outcome was Type 1 MC that affected 18% of the cohort at baseline and implied an increased risk for no improvement in pain and...Read More