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Essential Hypotension and Allostasis Registry

DEFINITIONS ARTERIAL BLOOD PRESSURE CLASSIFICATION Arterial Blood Pressure (ABP) is a complex physiological variable in regard to its measure, behavior between BP taken in the same visit at the office and between these and ABPM, chronobiology (different day time BP levels), evolution in time, meaning and classification. Not appropriate approach ...

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Prevalence of Osteosarcopenic Obesity in Older Adults

Osteosarcopenic Obesity (OSO) is a syndrome characterized by the loss of bone and muscle in addition to increase in the fat tissue as a result of aging process. It is the latest point of impairment in the bone,muscle and adipose tissue in older adults. OSO, as the name suggests, is ...

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Characterization of Diseases With Salivary Gland Involvement

This protocol is intended to allow disease-specific investigations in subjects with presentations of diseases with salivary gland involvement and will enable the collection of data, biological fluids and tissue samples from those subjects, their family members and normal controls, in order to assist our studies of understanding salivary gland disease ...

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The Acquisition of Blood and Skin Samples From Normal Volunteers to Support Research Activities on Dermatologic Diseases

Background -This protocol is concerned with the acquisition of blood, skin, or mucosal samples from healthy volunteers or patients with selected skin diseases to support the basic science and clinical research activities of the Dermatology Branch and other intramural Laboratories and Branches at the NIH Clinical Research Center. Objectives (Primary) ...

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Studies of Dermatologic Diseases Biospecimen Acquisition Protocol

Background Skin diseases represent one of the most common medical problems in the-United States, affecting 1 in 3 people at any given time. Complex interactions between genetic background and the environment are-relevant to understanding skin disease. By studying dermatoses, we may gain insight into the complex host environment-interactions that give ...

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Care of the Urothelial Cancer Patient and Prospective Procurement of Urothelial Cancer Tissue

Background Urothelial carcinoma, present as lower or upper urinary tract disease, is the most expensive malignancy to treat from diagnosis to death, and no major advances in drug therapy have taken place in the last two decades. Understanding the molecular mechanisms and genomic alterations that cause urothelial carcinoma will provide ...

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Left Atrial Appendage Occlusion With WATCHMAN Device in Patients With Non-valvular Atrial Fibrillation and End-stage Chronic Kidney Disease on Hemodialysis

Atrial fibrillation (AF) is more common in patients with renal disease compared to the general population an risk increase to as much as 10 times in patients on hemodialysis (HD). Stroke is an important cause of morbidity, mortality and suffering for patients with end-stage chronic kidney disease (ESCKD) on hemodialysis.The ...

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3D-Prediction of Patient-Specific Response

This protocol defines a prospective, open-label, multi-institutional, non-interventional study for the purpose of examining the Assay's clinical use and potential to impact patient outcomes. This Study will establish a registry of clinical parameters, including clinical response, clinical outcomes, Assay performance and potential utilization across multiple types of advanced cancers in ...

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Study of the Risk Factors and Outcomes After Gastrointestinal Bleeding

Antithrombotic therapies are effective for prevention of cardiovascular (CV) events but cause bleeding. Emerging evidence indicates that extra-cranial bleeding is just as important as myocardial infarction as a marker of risk for subsequent non-fatal and fatal CV events, but this issue has not been prospectively studied. If the association between ...

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Cerebral Morbidity After Radiation Therapy for Brain Tumors

RT to brain tumours causes cognitive dysfunction. The extent of RT induced changes in cognitive function and radio-sensitivity of the brain is unknown. RT with protons instead of photons spares the healthy brain tissue more and is believed to reduce the risk of cognitive dysfunction. There is modest knowledge on ...

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