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    • Job strain in public transport drivers: Data to assess the relationship between demand-control model indicators, traffic accidents and sanctions 

      Gómez, Viviola; Useche, Sergio; Montoro, Luis; Cendales, Boris
      This Data in Brief (DiB) article examines the association between theJob Demand-Control (JDC) model of stress and trafficsafetyoutcomes(accidents and sanctions) in public transport drivers (n¼780). Thedata was collected ...
    • Juvenile polyautoimmunity in a rheumatology setting 

      Malagón, Clara; Gomez, Maria del Pilar; Mosquera, Catalina; Vargas, Camilo; Gonzalez, Tatiana; Arango, Cristine; Martin, Lorena; Perez, Pilar; Amaya-Uribe, Laura; Molano-Gonzalez, Nicolas; Anaya, Juan-Manuel
      Overt polyautoimmunity (PolyA) corresponds to the presence of more than one well-defined autoimmune disease (AD) manifested clinically in a single patient. The current study aimed to describe the main characteristics of ...
    • Keloids on the ears 

      Cabrera‐Salom, Carolina; González, Luis F.; Rolón, Mariam; Sánchez Polania, Boris Fernando
    • Kinematic model analysis and ros control of cable driven continuous robot manipulator 

      León-Rodríguez, Hernando; Moncada Linares, Yefry; Mosqueda, Simon; Murrugarra Quiroz, Cecilia; Canu, Michael
      This paper describes the developed of cable continues redundant manipulator and its kinematic model analysis. The goal is to determine the accuracy of the experimental prototype with the constant curvature kinematic model. ...
    • Laboratory-based surveillance of streptococcus pneumoniae invasive disease in children in 10 latin American countries: A SIREVA II project, 2000-2005 

      Castañeda, Elizabeth; Agudelo, Clara Inés; Regueira, Mabel M.; Corso, Alejandra C.; Brandileone, Maria Cristina de Cunto; Brandão, Angela Pires; Maldonado, Aurora E.; Hormázabal, Juan Carlos; Martínez, Ivette Anchondo; Llanes, Rafael; Sánchez, Jacqueline F.; Feris, Jesús M.; Echaniz-Aviles, Gabriela; Carnalla Barajas, María Noemí; Terrazas, Mónica G.V.; Monroy, Irma H.; Chamorro, Gustavo A.; Weiler, Natalie; Camou, Teresa; Gabarrot, Gabriela García; Spadola, Enza; Payares, Daisy; Gabastou, Jean Marc; Di Fabio, José Luis; de la Hoz, Fernando Pío
      Durante los últimos 14 años la Organización Panamericana de la Salud ha estado promoviendo la vigilancia de la enfermedad neumocócica invasiva en niños latinoamericanos para comprender mejor las tendencias de la enfermedad ...
    • Lactococcus garvieae, an unusual pathogen in infective endocarditis: case report and review of the literature 

      Malek, Alexandre; De la Hoz, Alejandro; Gómez-Villegas, Sara Isabel; Nowbakht, Cima; Arias, César A.
      Lactococcus garvieae is an unusual cause of infective endocarditis (IE). No current diagnostic and therapeutic guidelines are available to treat IE caused by these organisms. Based on a case report, we provide a review of ...
    • Lamellar sclerokeratoplasty: review of the literature and description of a special technique using fibrin glue and a giant hydrophilic contact lens 

      Arenas, Eduardo L.; Mieth, Alexandra
      Lamellar sclerokeratoplasty is a surgical procedure described since 1979 by Lim in China and reported by different surgeons in the world. Our purpose is to report a modified technique in which not only the whole cornea ...
    • Laparoscopic cholecystectomy and common bile duct exploration using choledochotomy and primary closure following failed endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography: A multicentric comparative study using three-port vs multiport 

      Pedraza Ciro, Mauricio; Cabrera, Luis Felipe; Gómez, Daniel A.; Mendoza Zuchini, Andres; Pulido Segura, Jean Andre; Jiménez, Maria Carolina; Villarreal, Ricardo A.; Sánchez-Ussa, Sebastián
      Background: Laparoscopic surgery has changed many ways in which we as surgeons manage patients, offering better results, quicker recovery, and fewer complications using minimally invasive techniques, especially in common ...
    • Laparoscopic common bile duct exploration with primary closure after failed endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography without intraoperative cholangiography: a case series from a referral center in bogota, Colombia 

      Gomez, Daniel; Cabrera, Luis Felipe; Villarreal, Ricardo A.; Pedraza Ciro, Mauricio; Pulido Segura, Jean Andre; Sebastián, Sánchez; Urrutia, Andrés; Mendoza, Andrés C.; Zundel, Natan
      Background: Despite the effectiveness of laparoscopic common bile duct (CBD) surgery, no case series details the use and advantages of laparoscopic CBD exploration (LCBDE) without use of intraoperative cholangiography (IOC) ...
    • Laparoscopic management of gastric liposarcoma: a case report and review of the literature 

      Cure Jalal, Hector Wadi; Gómez, Daniel; Pedraza Ciro, Mauricio; Bulicie, Hector Cure; Cabrera, Luis Felipe; Gil Gil, Luis Paolo; Acevedo, David; Cabrera, Laura; Moreno, Valery; Mendoza, Andrés Camilo
      Introduction: Liposarcoma is one of the most common mesenchymal neoplasms in adults. Predominant locations are the retroperitoneum and limbs, it rarely occurs in the gastrointestinal tract. Gastric liposarcoma is extremely ...
    • Larval development and behavior of rhionaeschna marchali rambur (Anisoptera: Aeshnidae) under captivity conditions 

      Palacino-Rodríguez, Fredy; Palacino, Diego Andrés; Rache-Rodríguez, Leonardo; Cordero-Rivera, Adolfo; Penagos, Andrea Carolina; Lamelas-López, Lucas
      Very little is known about the biology of larval odonates from the Neotropical region, and in particular there are no data on behavioral changes during ontogeny and growth ratios, though both are crucial to understanding ...
    • Larval development and foraging behavior of Erythrodiplax abjecta (Rambur) (Anisoptera: Libellulidae) in captivity 

      Palacino Rodríguez, Fredy; Rache-Rodríguez, Leonardo; Palacino, Diego Andrés; Cordero Rivera, Adolfo
      Understanding the life cycle of Neotropical odonate species is essential given our scant knowledge of this region.In this paper, we examine growth ratio between instars, development patterns, and active/passive feeding ...
    • Latin American clinical practice guidelines on the systemic treatment of psoriasis SOLAPSO – Sociedad Latinoamericana de Psoriasis (Latin American Psoriasis Society) 

      Kogan, Nora; Raimondo, Nélida; Gusis, Simon E.; Izcovich, Ariel; Abarca Duran, Jorge A.; Barahona Torres, Lilia; Blanco, Orestes; Quintana, Gerardo B.; Briones, María C.; Castro, Carla; Castro Vargas, Evelyn G.; Criniti, Juan; Diez de Medina, Juan C.; Franco, Manuel; Gómez, Minerva; Levrero, Patricia; Martínez López, Jaime E.; Valenzuela, Fernando
      This Clinical Practice Guideline on the systemic treatment of Psoriasis includes the recommendations elaborated by a panel of experts from the Latin American Psoriasis Society SOLAPSO, who assessed the quality of the ...
    • Latin American consensus: children born small for gestational age 

      Boguszewski, Margaret CS; Bergada, Ignacio; Gunczler, Peter; Ortiz, Teresa; Llano, Mauricio; Domené, Horacio M.; Calzada-León, Raúl; Blanco, Armando; Barrientos, Margarita; Lanes, Roberto; Jaramillo, Orlando; Mericq, Verónica; Damiani, Durval; Belgorosky, Alicia; Procel, Patricio
      Background Children born small for gestational age (SGA) experience higher rates of morbidity and mortality than those born appropriate for gestational age. In Latin America, identification and optimal management of children ...
    • Latin american study of hereditary breast and ovarian cancer LACAM: A genomic epidemiology approach 

      Oliver, Javier; Quezada Urban, Rosalía; Franco Cortés, Claudia Alejandra; Díaz Velásquez, Clara Estela; Montealegre Paez, Ana Lorena; Pacheco-Orozco, Rafael Adrián; Castro-Rojas, Carlos Andrés; García-Robles, Reggie; López Rivera, Juan Javier; Gaitán Chaparro, Sandra; Gómez, Ana Milena; Suarez Obando, Fernando; Giraldo, Gustavo; Maya, Maria Isabel; Hurtado-Villa, Paula; Sanchez, Ana Isabel; Serrano, Norma; Orduz Galvis, Ana Isabel; Aruachan, Sandra; Nuñez Castillo, Johanna; Frecha, Cecilia; Riggi, Cecilia; Jauk, Federico; Gómez García, Eva María; Carranza, Claudia Lorena; Zamora, Vanessa; Torres Mejía, Gabriela; Romieu, Isabelle; Castañeda, Carlos Arturo; Castillo, Miluska; Gitler, Rina; Antoniano, Adriana; Rojas Jiménez, Ernesto; Romero Cruz, Luis Enrique; Vallejo Lecuona, Fernando; Delgado Enciso, Iván; Martínez Rizo, Abril Bernardette; Flores Carranza, Alejandro; Benites Godinez, Verónica; Méndez Catalá, Claudia Fabiola; Herrera, Luis Alonso; Irasema Chirino, Yolanda; Terrazas, Luis Ignacio; Perdomo Lara, Sandra Janneth; Vaca Paniagua, Felipe
      Purpose: Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer (HBOC) syndrome is responsible for ~5–10% of all diagnosed breast and ovarian cancers. Breast cancer is the most common malignancy and the leading cause of cancer-related ...
    • Lecciones aprendidas en la reconstrucción postraumática de defectos labiales en niños 

      Gómez Díaz, Oswaldo J.; Restrepo-Serna, Daniel
      No existe una técnica universal para reconstruir los diferentes tipos de defectos labiales. La etiología, el tamaño y ubicación, las capas comprometidas y la profundidad del defecto son los principales determinantes de la ...
    • Lesion activity assessment 

      Ekstrand, Kim Rud; Zero, Domenick Thomas; Martignon, Stefania; Pitts, Nigel Berry
      Este capítulo se centra en la probabilidad de que una lesión de caries detectada durante un examen clínico esté activa (progresando) o detenida. Se consideran métodos visuales y táctiles para evaluar las lesiones coronales ...
    • Lesión de dieulafoy de duodeno: hallazgo inusual 

      Rojas D, Angélica; Carvajal P, Germán D; Prieto, Germán; Aponte M, Diego Mauricio
      La lesión de Dieulafoy es una causa poco frecuente de sangrado gastrointestinal alto, pero es una de las causas más frecuentes relacionadas con sangrado oculto y recurrente. La ubicación extragástrica de la lesión de ...
    • Lessons learned in nutrition therapy in patients with severe COVID-19 

      Ochoa, Juan B.; Cárdenas, Diana; Goiburu, María E.; Bermúdez, Charles; Carrasco, Fernando; Correia, M. Isabel T. D.
      The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID‐19) pandemic has reached worldwide, and until a vaccine is found, it will continue to cause significant morbidity and mortality. The clinical presentation of COVID‐19 ranges from that ...
    • Let not thy food be confused with thy medicine: the hippocratic misquotation 

      Cárdenas Zuluaga, Diana
      Background and aim The link between food and health has been documented since Antiquity. The aim of the article is to show that the alleged Hippocratic phrase “let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food” is a ...