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[ANCA-associated vasculitis].

Frank Moosig, Julia U Holle,

<h4>Gpa/mpa induction of remission</h4> As demonstrated in the ADVOCATE-trial avacopan allows for a substantial reduction of glucocorticoid (GC) use during induction of remission. A future role of avacopan in the treatment of GPA and MPA is likely. Likewise, the PEXIVAS-trial showed that GC reduction of up to 60 % compared to standard ... Read more >>

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[2021, 146(19):1287-1290]

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[Traveler's Diarrhea].

Melanie Sasse, Fabian Reinhardt, Christoph Lübbert,

Travelers' diarrhea is the most common infectious disease in travel medicine. This article deals with epidemiology, diagnostics, prophylaxis and therapy. The causative pathogens, important differential diagnoses and indications for extended diagnostic measures are discussed in detail. Furthermore, aspects of travel medicine advice as well as the possibilities and limits of ... Read more >>

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[2021, 146(19):1258-1264]

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[Superficial Vein Thrombosis].

Rupert M Bauersachs,

<h4>Epidemiology and risk factors</h4> A large German registry on superficial vein thrombosis (SVT) documents that risk profiles, clinical presentation and treatment patterns are highly variable in patients with SVT, including a large variation in anticoagulation treatment modalities, intensities and durations. Inspite of a high percentage of initial anticoagulation there is a ... Read more >>

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[2021, 146(19):1237-1242]

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[Thyroid dysfunction in old age].

Alexander Iwen,

Thyroid dysfunctions are common endocrine disorders. With an increasing number of older persons in European societies, the number of older patients affected will also rise. The physiology of thyroid hormones and their regulation change with increasing age. The age-dependent increase of thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) is clinically most relevant, but ... Read more >>

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[2021, 146(19):1298-1308]

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[The impact of immunosuppression and chronic kidney disease on immunogenicity of COVID-19 vaccines].

Martin Windpessl, Gunnar H Heine, Sören L Becker, Anja L Scheuer, Martina Sester, Andreas Kronbichler,

HOW EFFECTIVE ARE THE APPROVED VACCINES IN KIDNEY DISEASES AND THOSE RECEIVING IMMUNOSUPPRESSION?:  Several observational studies indicated that immunosuppression is associated with a weakened or absent humoral response. Patients with chronic kidney diseases or undergoing maintenance dialysis without immunosuppression have a reduced humoral response to COVID-19 vaccines. I HAD COVID-19. ... Read more >>

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[2021, 146(19):1277-1282]

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[Pain and dementia: what to consider?]

Matthias Schuler,

Pain history should be adapted to their cognitive abilities of people with dementia who can still communicate. With increasing limitations of communication skills, history of a third party and standardized observation instruments increase in importance. Non-drug therapies are hardly investigated for pain therapy in people with dementia. The few data ... Read more >>

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[2021, 146(19):1249-1253]

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[Living wills of residents in nursing homes - which treatment situations and treatment measures are decreed?]

Malte Klemmt, Silke Neuderth, Birgitt van Oorschot, Tanja Henking,

<h4>Background</h4> The possibility of using a living will to influence later treatment in the event of incapacity to consent is nowadays an important element in safeguarding patients' autonomy at the end of life. Refusing or consenting treatment measures in advance of treatment is of particular importance for nursing home residents, not ... Read more >>

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[Advances in Lung Cancer Treatment].

Christian Schulz,

<h4>Immuno-oncologic monotherapy for nsclc</h4> 5-year survival data from the KEYNOTE-024 trial confirm the sustained efficacy of immuno-oncologic monotherapy in patients with NSCLC with high PD-L1 expression (≥ 50 %). DUAL IMMUNOTHERAPY IN COMBINATION WITH CHEMOTHERAPY AS FIRST-LINE THERAPY FOR NSCLC:  Nivolumab plus impilimumab in combination with 2 cycles of platinum-containing chemotherapy improves survival ... Read more >>

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[2021, 146(19):1283-1286]

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[Psychooncology 2021 - a holistic treatment concept].

Christiana Muth,

The article presents an organizational structure for the psycho-oncological treatment of cancer patients that is unique in Germany, in which professional therapeutic support is provided by practioners from a wide range of professions "under one roof".In addition, from the perspective of a psychooncologist, the intra-psychic processes that cancer patients can ... Read more >>

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[2021, 146(19):1254-1257]

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[Spontaneous Hypoglycemia: A Diagnostic Challenge].

Jan Adelmeyer, Joachim Nils Goebel, Peter Hebert Kann,

<h4>History</h4> A 59-year-old woman presented for an endocrinological evaluation of recurrent spontaneous hypoglycemia. The complaints always regressed after carbohydrate intake. Due to classic congenital adrenal hyperplasia, the patient received substitution therapy with hydrocortisone for decades.<h4>Findings and diagnosis</h4> The patient was in good general condition and slightly overweight. The blood glucose at the ... Read more >>

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[2021, 146(19):1294-1297]

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[Sports cardiology 2021 - what's new?]

Astrid Most, Pascal Bauer,

The recently published guidelines "Sports cardiology and exercise in patients with cardiovascular disease" (2020) are the first of a kind by the European Society of Cardiology (ESC). The guidelines provide comprehensive training recommendations for patients with cardiovascular diseases or risk factors, covering the entire spectrum of cardiovascular diseases with case-specific ... Read more >>

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[2021, 146(19):1270-1276]

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[The new guideline on irritable bowel syndrome: what is new?]

Henrike von Schassen, Viola Andresen, Peter Layer,

<h4>Irritable bowel syndrome</h4>WHAT IS NEW?:  The following refers only to irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) in adults. The new guideline includes a separate section on IBS for paediatric patients. Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) presents as a heterogeneous picture with chronic abdominal complaints related to the bowel. These are usually accompanied by ... Read more >>

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[2021, 146(19):1243-1248]

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[Type-2-diabetes and cancer risk].

Hans Scherübl,

Type-2-diabetes (T2D) increases the risk for several cancers and cancer has become the major cause of death of T2D-patients. T2D is causally associated with colorectal, pancreatic, gallbladder, biliary, hepatocellular, gastric, esophageal, oral, breast, endometrial, ovary, kidney and thyroid cancers as well as leukemias. When T2D goes along with tobacco smoking, ... Read more >>

Dtsch Med Wochenschr (Deutsche medizinische Wochenschrift (1946))
[2021, 146(18):1218-1225]

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[Rheumatic diseases - Transition from pediatric to adult-oriented care].

Kirsten Minden, Martina Niewerth, Susanne Schalm,

Adolescence and young adulthood represent a vulnerable phase of life, especially for young people with a chronic rheumatic disease. On the one hand, the chronic disease can impair the biopsychosocial development of young people. On the other hand, risk behaviour common in adolescence and young adulthood can negatively influence the ... Read more >>

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[2021, 146(18):1184-1191]

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[26-year-old man presenting with nail alterations].

Benjamin Krichevsky, Patrick-Pascal Strunz, Johannes Heck,

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[2021, 146(19):1291-1292]

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[Euglycemic ketoacidosis - rare condition on the rise].

Daniela Kampmeyer, Friedhelm Sayk,

SGLT2 inhibitors have been developed as antidiabetics. Large randomized prospective studies have shown prognostic benefit in patients with heart and/or renal insufficiency regarding cardiovascular and general endpoints - even in absence of type 2 diabetes mellitus. This extends the indication to large groups of multimorbid patients. SGLT2 inhibitors induce ketogenesis ... Read more >>

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[2021, 146(19):1265-1269]

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[Overdose from a patch].

Mathias Friebe, Johanna Coenen,

<h4>History and clinical findings</h4> We present the case of an 89-year-old patient with impaired consciousness for whom the emergency services were called. She was soporose and showed a pronounced generalized muscle rigidity. Due to a third-party history the incorrect use of a fentanyl patch was found out to be at cause.<h4>Treatment ... Read more >>

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[2021, 146(18):1207-1210]

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[Transitioning from Pediatric to Adult Care].

Cornel Sieber,

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[2021, 146(18):1169-1170]

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[Intra-abdominal pressure measurement].

Anja Kühn, Christian Fuchs, Klaus Hahnenkamp,

An elevated intra-abdominal pressure (IAP) above 12 mmHg is a pathological finding in critically ill patients. IAP are classified into different degrees of intra-abdominal hypertension and, in the presence of associated organ failure, as abdominal compartment syndrome. Both disease entities represent an underestimated factor in intensive care patients and are associated ... Read more >>

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[2021, 146(18):1211-1217]

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[47-years-old female patient with syncopals].

Christopher Kloth, Thomas Breining, Horst Brunner,

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[2021, 146(18):1181-1182]

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[When people with type 1 diabetes become adults - Diabetes technology and transition - do we need new models?]

Nicolin Datz, Olga Kordonouri, Thomas Danne,

Approximately 40 % of adolescents with type 1 diabetes lose contact with specialty care at transfer to adult care, with a marked increase in risk for poor outcomes. Adolescents showed a 2,5-fold increased risk of an HbA<sub>1c</sub> level > 9 % after transfer, compared with adolescents who remained in pediatric care. While the ... Read more >>

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[2021, 146(18):1200-1205]

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[Specialist examination: Is the current format still up-to-date?]

Thomas Glaab, Klaus Böhme, Jan Griesinger, Andreas Forster, Irmgard Streitlein-Böhme,

The non-standardized oral specialist examination is the final step of the specialist medical training in Germany. The debate on its current format has long been at the centre of discussions on further training policies. The purpose of this article is to draw attention to relevant structural deficits of the German ... Read more >>

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[2021, 146(18):1226-1229]

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[Managing transition - Medical follow-up care for adults with congenital heart defects].

Harald Kaemmerer, Caroline Andonian, Peter Ewert, Sebastian Freilinger, Nicole Nagdyman, Rhoia Neidenbach, Jörg Schelling, Michael Huntgeburth,

Currently, due to medical advances, more than 500 000 patients with congenital heart defects (CHD) are living in Germany, including more than 330 000 adults. In CHD, the aspect of transition from childhood and adolescence to adulthood is becoming increasingly important to ensure long-term success of the provided treatments. This is so ... Read more >>

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[2021, 146(18):1192-1199]

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[Severe organ manifestations in rheumatic diseases].

Florian Günther, Martin Fleck,

Several inflammatory rheumatic diseases can severely affect any organ system and require immediate intervention and intensive care admission. The early detection of impending organ failure and the underlying rheumatic disease is of paramount importance for the prognosis and outcome of affected patients. Therefore, a thorough knowledge of the potential life ... Read more >>

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[2021, 146(17):1152-1158]

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[Practical aspects of the application of CAR T cells and management of their toxicities].

Veit Bücklein, Viktoria Blumenberg, Marion Subklewe,

CD19 CAR T cells induce - in part long-lasting - remissions in heavily pretreated patients with relapsed/refractory B-cell malignancies. However, they are associated with unique toxicities, and patient management therefore requires specific expertise.In this review, we outline the basics of their mode of action and present the currently available data ... Read more >>

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[2021, 146(17):1129-1137]

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