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Cardiology

[Conotation of ancient "stroke" and Qianyin Yaofang Xiaoxuming Decoction treating cerebral infarction and cerebral hemorrhage].

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Related Articles [Conotation of ancient “stroke” and Qianyin Yaofang Xiaoxuming Decoction treating cerebral infarction and cerebral hemorrhage]. Zhongguo Zhong Yao Za Zhi. 2020 Jun;45(12):2725-2734 Authors:...
Gastroenterology

Mechanisms of indigo naturalis on treating ulcerative colitis explored by GEO gene chips combined with network pharmacology and molecular docking

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Mechanisms of indigo naturalis on treating ulcerative colitis explored by GEO gene chips combined with network pharmacology and molecular docking Source link...
Dermatology

Low dose IL-2 for treating moderate to severe alopecia areata. A 52 weeks multicenter prospective placebo-controlled study assessing its impact on T regulatory cells and natural killer populations

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To the Editor, the treatment of severe Alopecia areata (AA) remains highly challenging. A breakdown of immune privilege of the hair follicle resulting in the...
Dermatology

Harnessing nitric oxide for preventing, limiting and treating the severe pulmonary consequences of COVID-19.

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Related Articles Harnessing nitric oxide for preventing, limiting and treating the severe pulmonary consequences of COVID-19. Nitric Oxide. 2020 10 01;103:4-8 Authors: Adusumilli NC, Zhang...
Neurology

Effects of Treating an Overactive Urinary Bladder in Patients with Multiple Sclerosis.

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Related Articles Effects of Treating an Overactive Urinary Bladder in Patients with Multiple Sclerosis. Acta Med Acad. 2019 Dec;48(3):271-277 Authors: Zonić-Imamović M, Imamović S, Čičkušić...
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Treating critically ill COVID-19 patients with steroid improves chances of recovery

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A new international study published today [02 September] has shown that treating critically ill patients with COVID-19 with the steroid hydrocortisone improves their chances of...
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Network pharmacology suggests biochemical rationale for treating COVID-19 symptoms with a Traditional Chinese Medicine.

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Related Articles Network pharmacology suggests biochemical rationale for treating COVID-19 symptoms with a Traditional Chinese Medicine. Commun Biol. 2020 08 18;3(1):466 Authors: Zhang DH, Zhang...

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