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Researchers during their search for the causes of Parkinson's disease have come across a fresh and clear track: they have observed a link between Parkinson-typical genetic alterations and T-cell ... [more]

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Treatments using off-label medications are controversial – in tumour medicine as well. A new study aims to prove that when it comes to medication it makes sense to pay less attention to tumour ... [more]

Raphael Klinkhammer has published the Flexikon article Temporal bone
The temporal bone, belongs to the bones of the skull. It is one of the most detail-rich bones of the human body.

Overview
The temporal bone accommodates the middle and internal ear, and it contributes to the mandibular joint, whose socket it forms. ... [more]
York Cardiology published a video

Disease vs symptoms of a disease

In this video, Dr Sanjay Gupta talks about how it is important not to mistake your symptoms for a disease and how it is important to try and remove the underlying disease rather than just masking the symptoms. My website is www.yorkcardiology.co.uk ... [more]
Flora Vinbert has edited the Flexikon article Ethmoid bone
The ethmoid bone is a small, light skull bone not visible from the outside in the region of the skull base or the tectum of the nose.

Anatomy
The ethmoid bone forms part of the cranial cavity, the nasal cavity and the orbits. The bone can be ... [more]
Flora Vinbert has published the Flexikon article Sphenoid bone
The sphenoid bone is a skull bone, which is located at the skull base frontal to the two temporal bones and the occipital bone. From dorsal perspective, it has the form of a butterfly with the body (corpus ossis sphenoidalis), two wings (major and ... [more]
Flora Vinbert has published the Flexikon article Navicular bone
The navicular bone is a small bone of the foot bones which takes part in the formation of the foot arch and the lower ankle joint.

Anatomy
The navicular bone is a small bone only few centimeters in diameter, which shows different joint areas ... [more]
Flora Vinbert has published the Flexikon article Frontal bone
The frontal bone is a shell-shaped skull bone, which represents the bony base of the upper edge of the orbita and the forehead, among others.


Anatomy
The frontal bone can be divided roughly into two parts:
Squama frontalis ... [more]
Flora Vinbert has published the Flexikon article Arterial hypertension
According to WHO criteria, arterial hypertension is defined as a permanent increase of systolic blood pressure over 140 mmHg, and a diastolic increase to more than 90 mmHg, independent of the situation.
A systolic blood pressure of more than 120 ... [more]
York Cardiology published a video

Minimising bleeding in Afib

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Raphael Klinkhammer has published the Flexikon article Ethmoid bone
The ethmoid bone is a small, light skull bone not visible from the outside in the region of the skull base or the tectum of the nose.

Anatomy
The ethmoid bone forms part of the cranial cavity, the nasal cavity and the orbits. The bone can be ... [more]
York Cardiology published a video

Afib Valvular or non-valvular

In this video, Dr Sanjay Gupta, consultant cardiologist discusses what constitutes valvular Afib and what constitutes non-valvular Afib especially for the prescription of NOACs. My website is www.yorkcardiology.co.uk and my Facebook page is ... [more]