Psoriasis is a T-lymphocyte mediated inflammatory skin disease which is seen in children. Infantile psoriasis is rare and accounts for only 3.5%-16% of childhood psoriasis.
General pustular psoriasis (GPP), an extremely rare form of psoriasis first described in 1910 by Leo Ritter von Zumbusch, is characterized by an abrupt onset of widespread erythematous lesions followed by superficial yellowish, usually confluent sterile pustules, accompanied by constitutional symptoms such as fatigue and fever. Four clinical patterns of pustular psoriasis have been described: von Zumbusch, also known as generalized (GPP), annular (APP), exanthematic, and localized. A mixed variant (MPP), demonstrating features of both the von Zumbusch and annular patterns, has also been described. Pustular psoriasis (PP) is a severe form of psoriasis and is extremely rare during the first decade of life. Only 1.0% to 5.4% of children have pustular psoriasis. Early diagnosis with appropriate treatment is necessary to prevent the affected infants from severe complications, such as bacterial superinfection, dehydration, and sepsis.
Research into the utilization of FTIR based spectroscopic methods has been going on for close to about 25 years with the field expanding from the initial days of cancer diagnosis to now where it includes various diseases occurring due to pathogens, genetic and environmental factors as well as lifestyle and age related factors. In parallel there have been developments in terms of both instrumentation sophistication and computational methods, to make it more clinically appealing while increasing the sensitivity and specificity of the technique. As the field has diversified over the years, a few reports are highlighted that establish the growing acceptance of FTIR spectroscopy as a reliable technique in both basic and applied research in the field of biomedicine.
The field of IR based diagnosis emerged with the validations that carcinogenic and normal tissues from various organs could be differentiated based on their absorbance in the IR region (mostly mid-IR) that was related to the alteration in the chemical composition. The concept of unique fingerprinting was subsequently well established with studies from many different laboratories reporting that each cell or tissue type ranging from microbial cell to complex human tissues have characteristic absorbance spectrum.
Indeed, challenging issues in cancer care include more precise/accurate, efficient, faster and earlier diagnosis, prognosis and therapy. Cancer nanotechnology offers solutions that could identify and target more effectively and specifically cancer cells by delivering nano-drugs with lower undesired side-effects such as systemic toxicity than conventional medicines and agents (e.g., isotopes, dyes)
Not a long time that entrepreneurship training has found its place in Iran. Hence, not many researches have been performed on efficiency and damages facing entrepreneurship training. Present study tries to review damages facing entrepreneurship training from viewpoint of entrepreneurship professors and teachers. Semi-structured interviews have been used to collect data, and content analysis has been used to analyze data. The results indicate that following factors are the most important factors which affect entrepreneurship training in Iran: Lack of heart trust in necessity and importance of entrepreneurship in comprehensive development, lack of trained professors, and lack of experience of Iranian entrepreneurs.
Partial irreversible electroporation—comprised of the repeated delivery of pulsed electric fields—is a new non-invasive, non-heat generating technology that may reduce the development of scars after burns and other traumatic injuries, and is currently under investigation by researchers at the Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA. Most recently, they have found that repeated treatments reduced scarring following burn injuries as well as removed excess skin cells in an animal model of burn injuries.
A long lunge emphasizes the use of the gluteals whereas a short lunge emphasizes the quadriceps. The lunge is a basic movement that is fairly simple to do for beginner athletes. A lunge can be performed using bodyweight alone. However, weight trainers may seek to increase the difficulty using either dumbbells or kettle bells held in each hand, or a barbell held atop the neck and shoulders. Grip strength may be an issue with the dumbbell lunge so practitioners may prefer the barbell lunge. As a variation, plyometric lunges (also known as split squat jumps) can be performed by jumping explosively between lunge positions.