Aromatase inhibitors (AI) are often used as hormone therapy drugs to slow down or pause the enlargement of hormone receptor-positive tumours among postmenopausal women. These inhibitors block aromatase enzyme, thus reducing body estrogen levels and inhibiting the cancer growth. Yhe most common side effects associated with their use are bone loss, increased risk of fractures and osteoporosis.
A recent study published in Hormone Molecular Biology and Clinical Investigation suggests that exercise may help minimise the backache during pregnancy. This prospective control study assessed the efficacy of an exercise program in reducing back pain in pregnant women.
Recent study affirms Adhesive Dermally-Applied Microarray (ADAM) of Zolmitriptan showed promising efficacy and pharamcokinetic profile for migraine treatment. ADAM is an intracutaneous drug administration device which provides intracutaneous delivery of Zolmitriptan and thus providing more rapid absorption than orally administered triptans.
A recently published study in the 'PLOS one journal' deduced that the alteration in the proximal and distal muscle activity might negatively affect the postural control and quality of movement, which may initiate prolonged functional impairments. Therefore, doing hip and ankle muscle exercises in the rehabilitation of ankle instability might be beneficial for these patients.
According to a recent study by Archives of Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery, the hip arthroscopy presents better outcomes even 11 years after hip arthroscopy as no significant progression of osteoarthritis noticed on plain radiography. Hip arthroplasty (HP) is used to treat hip osteoarthritis for many years. The evidence of HP advantages after one year among patients with femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) is well understood, but long-term evidence on patient-reported outcomes (PROMs) and osteoarthritis progression was insufficient. The present study was conducted to evaluate the long-term radiological and clinical findings 11 years after the HA.
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