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Acetabular cartilage defects cause altered hip and knee joint coordination variability during gait. - Clinical biomechanics (Bristol, Avon)
Patients with acetabular cartilage defects reported increased pain and disability compared to those without acetabular cartilage defects. The specific effects of acetabular cartilage defects on lower extremity coordination patterns are unclear. The purpose of this study was to determine hip and knee joint coordination variability during gait in those with and without acetabular cartilage defects.A combined approach, consisting of a semi-quantitative MRI-based quantification method and vector coding, was used to assess hip and knee joint coordination variability during gait in those with and without acetabular cartilage lesions.The coordination variability of the hip flexion-extension/knee rotation, hip abduction-adduction/knee rotation, and hip rotation/knee rotation joint couplings were reduced in the acetabular lesion group compared to the control group during loading response of the gait cycle. The lesion group demonstrated increased variability in the hip flexion-extension/knee rotation and hip abduction-adduction/knee rotation joint couplings, compared to the control group, during the terminal stance/pre-swing phase of gait.Reduced variability during loading response in the lesion group may suggest reduced movement strategies and a possible compensation mechanism for lower extremity instability during this phase of the gait cycle. During terminal stance/pre-swing, a larger variability in the lesion group may suggest increased movement strategies and represent a compensation or pain avoidance mechanism caused by the load applied to the hip joint.Copyright © 2015 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
Social Support and Human Immunodeficiency Virus-Status Disclosure to Friends and Family: Implications for Human Immunodeficiency Virus-Positive Youth. - The Journal of adolescent health : official publication of the Society for Adolescent Medicine
The fear of negative reactions from friends and family members affects many human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-positive adolescents' decisions regarding disclosure of their HIV status. The complex relationships and interplay among social support, fear of stigma, and disclosure of HIV status need to be better understood among youth living with HIV (YLHIV).Social support from friends and family members and HIV status disclosure were examined among 402 youth, aged 12-24 years, living with HIV.In separate analyses, (1) HIV-positive youth who reported more than one close friend and (2) HIV-positive youth who reported that friends and family members continued to socialize with them after disclosure of their HIV diagnosis, had higher levels of perceived social support overall (both p < .05). Furthermore, perceived social support did not differ significantly between those participants for whom no family member knew their HIV status and those for whom at least one family member knew their status (p = .13). Race/ethnicity, sexual orientation, education level, and current living situation were not associated with family's knowledge of the participants' HIV infection status (p > .07).This investigation adds important information concerning YLHIV, whose early disclosure experiences may influence their resilience and future coping mechanisms regarding experienced stigma, and thus influence the length of time they conceal their HIV status, their decision to disclose their status, and potentially their decisions regarding treatment. Interventions and support systems to assist YLHIV with disclosure, as well as medical care, may improve their overall quality of life.Published by Elsevier Inc.
Magnetic resonance rotator cuff fat fraction and its relationship with tendon tear severity and subject characteristics. - Journal of shoulder and elbow surgery / American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons ... [et al.]
Compared with the Goutallier classification, chemical shift-based magnetic resonance (MR) fat quantification has superior reliability and accuracy in evaluation of muscle fatty infiltration. We used this method to assess the relationship between rotator cuff (RC) muscle fat fractions, tendon disease severity, and subject characteristics.In total, 182 subjects with shoulder symptoms underwent shoulder MR imaging including additional sequences for fat quantitation. Then, fat fraction maps were manually segmented, and custom software was used to compute the fat fraction. Goutallier scores were also obtained. The relationship between fat fraction and tendon tear severity and subject characteristics was assessed with descriptive statistics, analysis of variance, Student t test of different subgroups, and simple and multiple linear regression analysis.Statistically higher supraspinatus fat fractions were observed in subgroups with tendon tears >3 cm, retraction >1 cm, age >50 years, body mass index (BMI) >30, higher Goutallier score, female gender, and longer symptom duration. A significant linear relationship was seen between RC fat fraction and tendon disease severity, age, and BMI but not symptom duration. Multiple regression models with fat fraction and tendon disease, age, BMI, and gender were significant for all 4 muscles (P < .001). The slope of fatty infiltration increase with age was reduced after adjustment for tendon disease, BMI, and gender.RC fat fraction assessed by chemical shift MR demonstrated a significant linear relationship with tendon tear severity, age, BMI, and gender but not with symptom duration.Published by Elsevier Inc.
Cartilage T1ρ and T2 Relaxation Times in Patients With Mild-to-Moderate Radiographic Hip Osteoarthritis. - Arthritis & rheumatology (Hoboken, N.J.)
To analyze region-specific T1ρ and T2 relaxation times of the hip joint cartilage in relation to presence or absence of radiographic hip osteoarthritis (OA) and presence or absence of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)-detected cartilage defects.Weight-bearing radiographs and 3T MRI studies of the hip were obtained from 84 volunteers. Based on Kellgren/Lawrence (K/L) scoring of the radiographs, 54 subjects were classified as healthy controls (K/L grade ≤1) and 30 were classified as having mild or moderate radiographic hip OA (K/L grades 2 or 3, respectively). Two-dimensional fat-suppressed fast spin-echo MRI sequences were used for semiquantitative clinical scoring of cartilage defects, and a T1ρ/T2 sequence was used to quantitatively assess the cartilage matrix. The femoral and acetabular cartilage was then segmented into 8 regions and the mean T1ρ/T2 values were calculated. Differences in T1ρ and T2 relaxation times were compared between subjects with and those without radiographic hip OA, and those with and those without femoral or acetabular cartilage defects.Higher T1ρ and T2 relaxation times in the anterior superior and central regions of the acetabular cartilage were seen in individuals with radiographic hip OA and those with acetabular cartilage defects compared to their respective controls (P < 0.05). In the femoral cartilage, the differences in T1ρ and T2 were not significant for any of the comparisons. Significant differences in the T1ρ and T2 values (each P < 0.05) were found in more subregions of the cartilage and across the whole cartilage when subjects were stratified based on the presence of MRI-detected cartilage defects than when they were stratified based on the presence of radiographic hip OA.T1ρ and T2 relaxation parameters are sensitive to the presence of cartilage degeneration. Both parameters may therefore support MRI evidence of cartilage defects of the hip.© 2015, American College of Rheumatology.
Femoroacetabular Impingement: Prevalent and Often Asymptomatic in Older Men: The Osteoporotic Fractures in Men Study. - Clinical orthopaedics and related research
The epidemiology of femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) is important but incompletely understood, because most reports arise from symptomatic populations. Investigating the prevalence of FAI in a community-based cohort could help us better understand its epidemiology and in particular the degree to which it might or might not be associated with hip pain.The purposes of this study were (1) to evaluate the proportion of older (≥65 years of age) men with morphologic abnormalities consistent with FAI; and (2) to assess the association of the morphologic abnormalities with prevalent radiographic hip osteoarthritis (OA) and hip pain.Anteroposterior radiographs were obtained in 4140 subjects (mean age±SD, 77±5 years) from the Osteoporotic Fractures in Men study. We assessed each hip for cam, pincer, and mixed FAI types using validated radiographic definitions. Both intra- and interobserver reproducibility were >0.9. Radiographic hip OA was assessed by an expert reader (intraobserver reproducibility, 0.7-0.8) using validated methods, and summary grades of 2 or greater (on a scale from 0 to 4) were used to define radiographic hip OA. Covariates including hip pain in the last 30 days were collected by questionnaires that were answered by all patients included in this report. Logistic regressions with generalized estimating equations were performed to evaluate the association of radiographic features of FAI and arthrosis.Pincer, cam, or mixed types of radiographic FAI had a prevalence of 57% (1748 of 3053), 29% (886 of 3053), and 14% (419 of 3053), respectively, in this group of older men. Both pincer and mixed types of FAI were associated with arthrosis but not with hip pain (odds ratio [OR], 1.63; 95% confidence interval [CI], 1.25-2.13; p<0.001 for pincer and OR, 2.49; 95% CI, 1.65-3.76; p<0.001 for mixed type). Patients with hips characterized by cam-type FAI had slightly reduced hip pain without the presence of arthrosis compared with hips without FAI (OR, 0.82; 95% CI, 0.68-0.99; p=0.037). A center-edge angle>39° and a caput-collum-diaphyseal angle<125° were associated with arthrosis (OR, 1.53; 95% CI, 1.22-1.94; p<0.001 and OR, 2.09; 95% CI, 1.24-3.51; p=0.006, respectively), but not with hip pain (OR, 0.89; 95% CI, 0.77-1.03; p<0.108 and OR, 0.99; 95% CI, 0.67-1.45; p=0.945, respectively). An impingement angle<70° was associated with less hip pain compared with hips with an impingement angle≥70° (OR, 0.76; 95% CI, 0.61-0.95; p=0.015).FAI is common in older men and represents more of an anatomic variant rather than a symptomatic disease. This finding should raise questions on how age, activities, and this anatomic variant each contribute to result in symptomatic disease.Level III, prognostic study.
Mineral derivatives in alleviating oral mucositis during cancer therapy: a systematic review. - PeerJ
Objectives. Oral mucositis (mouth ulcers) is a cancer therapy side effect. Costly treatment interventions are often neglected in favor of cost-effective agents. This review assessed the general efficacy of mineral derivatives (a cost-effective agent) in alleviating oral mucositis (OM) during cancer therapy compared to the standard care, or placebo-including a decision tree to aide healthcare workers. Data Sources. Electronic searches of MEDLINE via OVID, EMBASE, CENTRAL, CANCERLIT via PubMed, and CINAHL via EBSCO (year 2000 to 11 September 2014) were undertaken for randomised controlled trials. A meta-search strategy extracted content from aggregate online databases. Review Methods. Randomized controlled trials were assessed (participants, intervention, outcome, results, and risk of bias) for inclusion. The author abstracted binary and continuous data synthesised to Hedges' g in a random effects model. The primary outcome measures were severity (incidence of peak oral mucositis, duration of oral mucositis, and time to onset); secondary outcome measures were the incidence of pain, and analgesic use. Serum mineral levels, total parenteral nutrition, and adverse events were discussed. The decision tree was mapped using sensitivity, specificity, pre-test and post-test Bayesian probability. Results. 1027 citations were identified and 16 studies were included (n = 1120; mean age 49 years). Cancer therapies consisted of chemotherapy, radiotherapy, chemo-radiotherapy, or hematopoietic stem cell transplantation. Outcome mineral derivatives were zinc (n = 549), calcium phosphate (n = 227), povidone-iodine (n = 228), or selenium (n = 116). Severity was measured across variable OM grading systems: In 13 studies, individuals in treatment groups (n = 958) experienced peak OM less than controls (g = -0.47, 95% CI -0.7 to -0.2, p = 0.0006); time to OM onset was significantly delayed in treatment than controls (g = -0.51, 95% CI-0.8 to -0.2, p = 0.0002; five studies); OM mean duration, pain incidences, or analgesics use was not significant. The decision analysis favored selenium. Conclusion. The general positive effect trend suggests individuals taking mineral derivatives during cancer therapies are less likely to experience peak OM than those without. However, significant bias and heterogeneity indicates the need for developing further methods in account of diverse protocols and include novel recordings (serum mineral levels and cell signals) in estimating a uniform true effect.
Anatomic correlates of reduced hip extension during walking in individuals with mild-moderate radiographic hip osteoarthritis. - Journal of orthopaedic research : official publication of the Orthopaedic Research Society
To identify radiographic and MR features of hip osteoarthritis (OA) related to reduced hip extension during walking. Sixty six subjects, were stratified into those with (n = 36, KL = 2, 3) and without (n = 30, KL = 0, 1) radiographic hip OA. Cartilage and labrum lesions were graded semi-quantitatively on hip MRI. Alpha angle and lateral center edge (LCE) angle were measured. Sagittal kinematics and kinetics were calculated during walking at speed of 1.35 m/s using 3-D motion capture. All subjects completed Hip disability and Osteoarthritis Outcome Score (HOOS), timed up and go, and 6 min walk tests. Variables were compared between the two groups using one-way ANOVA (adjusting for age). Correlations of radiographic and MR parameters with peak hip extension were calculated. The OA group was older, had greater pain, and limitation of function. They also had lower peak hip extension and higher peak hip flexion; and worse acetabular and femoral cartilage lesions. Peak hip extension and flexion correlated with KL grade, cartilage lesions in the inferior and posterior femur. Reduced hip extension and greater hip flexion during walking are present in high functioning (HOOS > 85%) individuals with mild-moderate hip OA, and are associated with cartilage lesions.© 2015 Orthopaedic Research Society. Published by Wiley Periodicals, Inc.
Rates and correlates of antiretroviral therapy use and virologic suppression among perinatally and behaviorally HIV-infected youth linked to care in the United States. - Journal of acquired immune deficiency syndromes (1999)
To measure rates of antiretroviral therapy (ART) use and virologic suppression among perinatally HIV-infected youth (PIY) and behaviorally HIV-infected youth (BIY) linked to care in the United States and examine the effects of demographic, biomedical, and psychosocial factors on those rates.Between 2009 and 2012, 649 PIY and 1547 BIY in 20 Adolescent Medicine Trials Network for HIV/AIDS Interventions sites completed cross-sectional surveys through audio computer-assisted self-interviews. Viral load data were collected from chart abstraction or blood draw.Overall 82.4% of PIY and 49.1% of BIY reported current ART use. Only 37.0% of PIY and 27.1% of BIY were virologically suppressed. Virologic suppression rates did not vary as a function of time since HIV diagnosis in either group. Consistent HIV care and no current substance abuse were significant correlates of ART use among PIY. These variables and non-African American race were some factors associated with virologic suppression for PIY [odds ratios (ORs) P < 0.05]. Among BIY, older age, heterosexuals, employment, and education were significantly related to ART use (ORs: P < 0.05); suppression was related to ART use ≥6 months, ≥90% ART adherence, and consistent HIV care (ORs: P < 0.05). Nearly 75% (n = 498) of nonsuppressed youth reported unprotected sex in the past 3 months.There are continued challenges with successfully treating youth even once diagnosed and linked to HIV care. Strategies targeting barriers to ART access, use, and virologic suppression are needed to optimize the impact of the "Treatment as Prevention" paradigm among PIY and BIY.
Scoring hip osteoarthritis with MRI (SHOMRI): A whole joint osteoarthritis evaluation system. - Journal of magnetic resonance imaging : JMRI
To develop a semi-quantitative MR-based hip osteoarthritis (OA) evaluation system (Scoring hip osteoarthritis with MRI, SHOMRI), and to test its reproducibility and face validity.The study involved 98 subjects with informed consent. Three-Tesla MR imaging of hip was performed in three planes with intermediate-weighted fat saturated FSE sequences. Two radiologists assessed cartilage loss, bone marrow edema pattern, subchondral cyst in 10 subregions, and assessed labrum in 4 subregions. In addition, presence or absence of ligamentum teres integrity, paralabral cysts, intra-articular body, and effusion in the hip joint were analyzed using the SHOMRI system. The reproducibility was assessed with intra-class correlation coefficient (ICC), Cohen's Kappa values and percent agreement. SHOMRI scores were correlated with radiographic Kellgren-Lawrence (KL) and OARSI atlas gradings, and clinical parameters, the hip osteoarthritis outcome score (HOOS) and hip range of motion (ROM), using Spearman's rank correlation and ordinal logistic regression.ICC values were in the excellent range, 0.91 to 0.97. Cohen's Kappa values and percent agreement ranged from 0.55 to 0.79 and 66 to 99%, respectively. SHOMRI demonstrated significant correlations with KL and OARSI gradings as well as with clinical parameters, HOOS and ROM (P < 0.05). Among the SHOMRI features, subchondral cyst and bone marrow edema pattern showed the highest correlation with HOOS and ROM.SHOMRI demonstrated moderate to excellent reproducibility and significant correlation with radiographic gradings and clinical parameters.© 2014 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.
Evidence-based programming for adolescent HIV prevention and care: operational research to inform best practices. - Journal of acquired immune deficiency syndromes (1999)
Globally, a staggering number of adolescents, approximately 2.1 million, were estimated to be living with HIV in 2012. Unique developmental, psychosocial, and environmental considerations make them particularly vulnerable to HIV acquisition and argue for a comprehensive response to address this burgeoning problem.This article explores the current state of the science of HIV prevention, treatment, and care for adolescents and identifies opportunities to address knowledge gaps and improve health outcomes for this age group.Over the past decade, several important milestones have been achieved in HIV prevention and care among adults, and despite evidence that adherence to care and medications among affected adolescents is significantly compromised, critical research among adolescents and young adults substantially lags behind. Operational research, in particular, is crucial to understanding how to use effective services and interventions for HIV prevention and care safely and effectively for adolescents who are in dire need.Operational research among adolescent populations affected by HIV is critically needed to close the knowledge and investment gaps, and scale-up efforts for HIV prevention, treatment, care, and support for this vulnerable age group.

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