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Tianjin Medical Journal ; (12): 1484-1488, 2016.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-506492

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Objective To explore the relationship between long chain non-coding RNA metastasis-associated lung adenocarcinoma transcript 1 (MALAT1) and prognosis of hepatocellular carcinoma, and to provide evidence for perioperative treatment. Methods One hundred and twenty five samples from patients with hepatocellular carcinoma treated in Tianjin Unite Medicine Center Hospital during June 2008 to June 2014 were collected in this study. The expression of MALAT1 was detected by using real-time quantitative PCR (RT-qPCR). The relationship between MALAT1 expression level and prognosis of patients with hepatectomy was analyzed. The risk factors affecting the prognosis of patients were determined. Results The expression level of MALAT1 was significantly higher in hepatocellular carcinoma samples (P0.05). The survival rate was calculated with Kaplan-Meier method. The overall 1-, 3-and 5-year survival rates in low level MALAT1 group were 85.9%, 55.2% and 33.8%. The overall 1-, 3- and 5-year survival rates in high level MALAT1 group were 66.0%, 34.6%and 3.9%, respectively. There was significant difference in survival rate between the two groups (P<0.01). The multivariate COX regression model analysis showed that the independent risk factors for postoperative survival rate in patients with hepatocellular carcinoma included tumor vascular invasion (RR=3.055, 95%CI:1.986-4.053, P<0.01) and over expression of MALAT1 (RR=2.918, 95%CI:1.736-3.672, P<0.01). Conclusion Long chain non-coding RNA MALAT1 is a novel tumor marker for prognosis of hepatectomy in patients with hepatocellular carcinoma, which can be used for preoperative and postoperative evaluation in patients with hepatocellular carcinoma.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-602799

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Objective To investigate the risk factors of cerebral hemorrhage in hypertensive intracerebral hemorrhage,and to provide a reference for clinical treatment.Methods The clinical data of 118 patients with hyper-tensive cerebral hemorrhage treated in our hospital were analyzed retrospectively.The clinical data of patients was col-lected and statistical analysis was carried out,and the risk factors of edema around the hematoma were analyzed by Logistic regression analysis.Results Multivariate non conditional logistic regression analysis showed that,the course of hypertensive cerebral hemorrhage of edema around the hematoma was the risk factor,the longer the duration,the more risk of hypertensive cerebral hemorrhage edema around the hematoma enlargement.There was no significant correlation between sex,age,bleeding site,broken into ventricles and the edema around the hematoma in hypertensive intracerebral hemorrhage.Diastolic blood pressure was a risk factor for the edema around the hematoma in hypertensive cerebral hemorrhage,the diastolic blood pressure control was not good,and the swelling of the edema around the hema-toma was increasing.While the systolic blood pressure,pulse pressure difference and hypertensive cerebral hemorrhage hematoma around the hematoma showed no obvious correlation.Use of amlodipine and vascular tension angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitor in hypertensive cerebral hemorrhage were the protective factors of edema around the hematoma, early application of amlodipine,vascular and nervous angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitor to control blood pressure helped to reduce hypertensive cerebral hemorrhage edema around the hematoma volume.Conclusion Amlodipine and vascular tension angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors help to reduce hypertensive cerebral hemorrhage edema around the hematoma volume,while long course,poor control of diastolic blood pressure can promote hypertension cerebral hemorrhage edema around the hematoma volume increase.We should pay attention to the development of hypertensive cerebral hemorrhage and the control of diastolic blood pressure,as soon as possible to stabilize the patient's condition and avoid the expansion of the volume of edema around the hematoma.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-455156

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Objective To study trabeculectomy with adjustable sutures on the ocular function score in pa-tients with angle-closure glaucoma .Methods 98 cases ( 134 eyes ) were randomly divided into the two groups , the control group(n=49 cases,66 eyes) and the observation group (n=49 cases,68 eyes).The patients in the control group were operated through trabeculectomy ,while the patients in the observation group were operated through trabe-culectomy with adjustable sutures .The occurrence of the two groups of patients intraocular pressure changes , and recovery of sight,shallow anterior chamber before and after surgery three months were observed .Postoperative 1d,3d, 1m and 3m ocular function score were compared .Results Postoperative 3 months IOP were significantly lower ( t=3.921,5.746,all P<0.01),and compared with the control group ,the observation group significantly decreased (t=2.680,P<0.05).Postoperative 3 months visual acuity significantly improved in patients (t=2.460,2.976,all P<0.05),and compared with the control group,the observation group improved more significantly (t =2.062,P <0.05).The incidence of postoperative shallow anterior chamber were 12.1% in the control group and 2.9% in the observation group Shallow anterior chamber in observation group was significantly less than that in the control group (χ2 =7.98,P<0.01).The two groups of patients after ocular surface scores were decreased in the observation group after 1d,3d,1m and 3m and ocular scores were lower than that of the control group ( t =2.1901,2.680,3.172, 3.013,all P<0.05).Conclusion Trabeculectomy with adjustable sutures can promote the recovery of angle-closure glaucoma,ocular function.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-390400

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Objective To investigate the efficacy of 3D conformal radiotherapy for late-stage pancreatic cancer and determine relavent prognostic factors.Methods Fifty patients with advanced pancreatic cancer were divided into 3 groups according to treatment planning: palliative radiotherapy (group A) at 10.8-56 Gy, radiotherapy alone (group B) at 8-60.5 Gy and concurrent chemoradiother-apy (group C) at 10-64 Gy.All patients received 3D-conformal radiotherapy, and smaller multiple ports were used for palliative treatment whereas large fields including pancreatic tumors and adjacent lymph node drainage system were adopted in the beginning of radiotherapy.Concurrent chemotherapy with gemcitabine (200-600 mg/m~2) alone was used with weekly protocol.Results The duration of follow-up was 3-35 months.Forty three patients died during the follow-up for multiple metastasis, de-teriation, secondary infection and hemorrhage.Among the seven surviving patients, 3 received concur-rent radiotherapy, 3 radiotherapy alone and 1 palliative radiotherapy.Only 1 patient was alive in group A.However, the symtoms were relieved in 46% of the patients.The median survival time was 5.07 months whereas it was 4.33 months for patients received less than 45 Gy and 7.33 months for patients received 45 Gy or more.Three patients were alive in group B and the symptoms were relieved in 81% of the patients.The median survival time was 6.65 months whereas it was 4.36 months for patients received less than 45 Gy and 8.33 months for patients received 45 Gy or more.Three patients were a-live in group C and the symptoms were relieved in 89% of the patients.The median survival time was 9.89 months.One patient survived for 3 months after 8 Gy irradiation.The median survival time was 10.73 months for patients received 45 Gy or more.Conclusion 3D-conformal radiotherapy is safe and effective in treatment of advanced pancreatic cancer.The symptom relieving rate and median survival time seem to be related to patient's status, extent of disease, choice of treatment and irradiation dos-age.3D-confromal concurrent chemoradiotherapy leads to the longest survival time in some patients.

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