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Zonneschade en de huid: risico's en preventie
Risico van chronische blootstelling Blootstelling aan de zon is een dagelijkse realiteit voor veel mensen, vooral voor degenen die buiten werken. Hoewel zonlicht essentieel is, kan chronische blootstelling aan ultraviolette straling (UVR) ernstige gevolgen hebben voor de gezondheid van de huid. Zo kunnen vroegtijdige huidveroudering, zonnebrand en gepigmenteerde laesies het gevolg zijn van de schadelijke […]

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Preoperatieve chemotherapie voor operabele darmkanker
Colorectale kanker is wereldwijd de op een na meest voorkomende vorm van kanker, met jaarlijks 1,7 miljoen diagnoses.1 De standaardbehandeling is chir...
Variatie in geneesmiddelrespons bij kinderen met acute lymfoblastische leukemie
Hedendaagse chemotherapie voor acute lymfoblastische leukemie (ALL) bij kinderen wordt aangepast aan het risico op basis van klinische kenmerken, gene...

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A Review of IgG4-related Sclerosing Cholangitis (IgG4-SC)
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IgG4-related sclerosing cholangitis (IgG4-SC) is a unique, steroid-responsive, fibroinflammatory condition that is more commonly found in older men and is strongly associated with autoimmune pancreatitis (AIP). It may pose a diagnostic challenge at times due to closely mimicking hepatobiliary diseases such as primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC), secondary sclerosing cholangitis (SSC), and cholangiocarcinoma. IgG4-SC has an excellent prognosis when promptly diagnosed and treated with steroids. Literature search strategy: The authors searched PubMed and Google Scholar, for articles with the search terms “autoimmune cholangiopathy” and “IgG4 cholangiopathy.”
[Correspondence] The INSPIRE study: RSV infection during infancy
thelancet.com
The effect of respiratory viral infections (eg, respiratory syncytial virus [RSV] infection, influenza, and COVID-19) in early life on the onset of childhood diseases (eg, asthma, mental health disorders, and childhood cancer) is of great concern globally. However, the challenges facing researchers, paediatricians, and policy makers are a short supply of evidence from well designed observational studies and inconsistent results in randomised controlled trials (RCTs). We were pleased to see that Christian Rosas-Salazar and colleagues1 used a combination of passive and active surveillance to better detect exposure to RSV infection in a population-based birth cohort study, which found that not being infected with RSV in the first year of life was associated with a 26% reduced risk of 5-year current asthma among healthy children born at term.

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