December 26, 2022: Multiscale Cardiac Monitoring with No Physical Contact: An Investigation Using Impulse Radio Ultra-Wideband Radar The proposed method involves using the IR-UWB radar to take anteroposterior and along-the-arc measurements from healthy subjects lying down or prone.
December 18, 2022: Pancreatitis after COVID-19 vaccines Acute pancreatitis is rare in patients with COVID-19 but can also happen after vaccination. Mild pancreatic inflammation is often clinically undetectable until resultant end-organ damage causes incipient clinical symptoms.
December 17, 2022: Post-vaccinal Angina Besides vaccine-induced myocarditis, there could be other cardiovascular complications, such as post-vaccinal Kounis syndrome (also referred to as allergic angina) or Vasospastic Angina.
December 16, 2022: Oral manifestations after COVID-19 vaccination Vaccination can cause various oral lesions
December 15, 2022: Keratoacanthomas Following COVID-19 Vaccination Genetics may play a factor in keratoacanthomas but genetic variants (some likely in DNA repair genes) are unknown. A case of post-vaccination eruption of multiple keratoacanthomas is presented.
December 5, 2022: HLA-A*11 and vaccine-induced thyroiditis HLA-A*11, has been linked with vaccine-induced subacute thyroiditis (V-SAT) - a rare transient inflammatory thyroid disease associated with pain and tenderness of the gland, as well as many other symptoms: from anxiety to complete prostration
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