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The Laryngoscope, ISSN 0023-852X, 01/2015, Volume 125, Issue 1, pp. 234 - 240
ObjectiveTo review recent biomolecular advances in etiopathogenesis of acquired cholesteatoma. Data SourcesMEDLINE via OVID (to March 2014) and PubMed (to... 
Connexin 26 | pathogenesis | microRNA | cytokines | etiology | MicroRNA | Cytokines | Etiology | Pathogenesis | MEDICINE, RESEARCH & EXPERIMENTAL | POSTTRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION | MIDDLE-EAR CHOLESTEATOMA | AURAL CHOLESTEATOMA | CHRONIC OTITIS-MEDIA | EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR | FACTOR-ALPHA | CAENORHABDITIS-ELEGANS | OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY | PEDIATRIC CHOLESTEATOMA | EPITHELIAL PROLIFERATION | BONE DESTRUCTION | Mastoid - physiopathology | Humans | Epithelium - physiopathology | Metaplasia - physiopathology | Genomic Instability - physiology | Mastoid - pathology | Cholesteatoma, Middle Ear - pathology | Cholesteatoma, Middle Ear - physiopathology | Eustachian Tube - physiopathology | Cell Movement - physiology | Intercellular Signaling Peptides and Proteins - physiology | Epigenesis, Genetic - physiology | Otitis Media - physiopathology | Pulmonary Ventilation - physiology | Ear, Middle - pathology | Ear, Middle - physiopathology | Genomic Instability - genetics | Epithelium - pathology | Otitis Media - pathology | Cell Proliferation - physiology | Intercellular Signaling Peptides and Proteins - genetics | Eustachian Tube - pathology | Metaplasia - pathology | Hyperplasia - pathology | Cholesteatoma, Middle Ear - etiology | Hyperplasia - physiopathology | Epigenesis, Genetic - genetics | Cholesteatoma, Middle Ear - genetics | Development and progression | Cellular signal transduction | Cholesteatoma | Signal transduction | Cell growth
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Epilepsia, ISSN 0013-9580, 11/2011, Volume 52, Issue 11, pp. 1949 - 1955
Purpose:  Febrile seizures (FS) are the most common type of convulsive events in children. FS are suggested to result from a combination of genetic and... 
Febrile seizure | Triggering mechanism | Respiration | Alkalosis | RECTAL DIAZEPAM | ACIDOSIS | CONVULSIONS | MODEL | CLINICAL NEUROLOGY | EMERGENCY TREATMENT | INCREASE | EPILEPSY | CARBON-DIOXIDE | MIDAZOLAM | Tonsillitis - physiopathology | Humans | Urinary Tract Infections - physiopathology | Child, Preschool | Infant | Male | Urinary Tract Infections - complications | Fever - physiopathology | Otitis Media - physiopathology | Seizures, Febrile - physiopathology | Female | Chickenpox - complications | Fever of Unknown Origin - physiopathology | Emergency Service, Hospital | Scarlet Fever - physiopathology | Tonsillitis - complications | Alkalosis, Respiratory - physiopathology | Alkalosis, Respiratory - complications | Acid-Base Equilibrium - physiology | Scarlet Fever - complications | Seizures, Febrile - etiology | Fever of Unknown Origin - complications | Chickenpox - physiopathology | Otitis Media - complications | Gastroenteritis - physiopathology | Neurosciences | Analysis | Gastroenteritis | Medical care | Respiratory tract diseases | Development and progression | Urinary tract infections | Febrile convulsions | Disease susceptibility | Universities and colleges | Quality management | Brain | Animal models | Scarlet fever | Urinary tract | pH effects | Blood | Fever | Infection | Tonsillitis | Hospitals | Etiology | Otitis media | Children | Acid-base status | Acidosis | Seizures
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PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 11/2015, Volume 10, Issue 11, p. e0142341
Synapses between cochlear nerve terminals and hair cells are the most vulnerable elements in the inner ear in both noise-induced and age-related hearing loss,... 
ACOUSTIC INJURY | TYMPANIC-MEMBRANE | SERIAL SECTIONS | OLIVOCOCHLEAR INNERVATION | OLDER-ADULTS | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | AFFERENT INFLUENCES | BRAIN-STEM | CHRONIC OTITIS-MEDIA | STEM AUDITORY NUCLEI | SYNAPTIC RIBBONS | Cochlear Nerve - physiopathology | Otitis Media - surgery | Acoustic Stimulation | Tympanic Membrane - physiopathology | Cochlear Nerve - surgery | Humans | Cochlea - physiopathology | Male | Tympanic Membrane - surgery | Cochlea - surgery | Synapses - pathology | Cochlea - innervation | Hearing Loss, Conductive - surgery | Auditory Threshold | Hearing Loss, Conductive - physiopathology | Otitis Media - physiopathology | Hair Cells, Auditory, Outer - pathology | Animals | Tympanic Membrane - innervation | Mice | Evoked Potentials, Auditory, Brain Stem - physiology | Disease Models, Animal | Medical care | Care and treatment | Research | United States | Analysis | Hearing loss | Laboratories | Noise | Innervation | Hair cells | Ear diseases | Acoustics | Hearing protection | Neuropathy | Background noise | Inner ear | Acoustic noise | Feedback | Aging | Degeneration | Terminals | Age | Hair | Nerve endings | Plasticity (auditory) | Middle age | Preservation | Tympanic membrane | Hearing impairment | Bundling | Otology | Cell death | Ear | Information processing | Cochlea | Otitis media | Ears & hearing | Olivocochlear bundle | Synapses
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Journal of Clinical Immunology, ISSN 0271-9142, 8/2017, Volume 37, Issue 6, pp. 592 - 602
Common variable immunodeficiency (CVID) is a complex, heterogeneous immunodeficiency characterized by hypogammaglobulinemia, recurrent infections, and poor... 
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Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery, ISSN 0194-5998, 4/2013, Volume 148, Issue 4_suppl, pp. E26 - E36
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