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de Nardi, A.B.; dos Santos Horta, R.; Fonseca-Alves, C.E.; de Paiva, F.N.; Linhares, L.C.M.; Firmo, B.F.; Ruiz Sueiro, F.A.; de Oliveira, K.D.; Lourenço, S.V.; De Francisco Strefezzi, R.; Brunner, C.H.M.; Rangel, M.M.M.; Jark, P.C.; Castro, J.L.C.; Ubukata, R.; Batschinski, K.; Sobral, R.A.; da Cruz, N.O.; Nishiya, A.T.; Fernandes, S.C.; dos Santos Cunha, S.C.; Gerardi, D.G.; Challoub, G.S.G.; Biondi, L.R.; Laufer-Amorim, R.; de Oliveira Paes, P.R.; Lavalle, G.E.; Huppes, R.R.; Grandi, F.; de Carvalho Vasconcellos, C.H.; dos Anjos, D.S.; Luzo, Â.C.M.; Matera, J.M.; Vozdova, M.; Dagli, M.L.Z. Diagnosis, Prognosis and Treatment of Canine Cutaneous and Subcutaneous Mast Cell Tumors. Cells 2022, 11, 618.


de Nardi AB, dos Santos Horta R, Fonseca-Alves CE, de Paiva FN, Linhares LCM, Firmo BF, Ruiz Sueiro FA, de Oliveira KD, Lourenço SV, De Francisco Strefezzi R, Brunner CHM, Rangel MMM, Jark PC, Castro JLC, Ubukata R, Batschinski K, Sobral RA, da Cruz NO, Nishiya AT, Fernandes SC, dos Santos Cunha SC, Gerardi DG, Challoub GSG, Biondi LR, Laufer-Amorim R, de Oliveira Paes PR, Lavalle GE, Huppes RR, Grandi F, de Carvalho Vasconcellos CH, dos Anjos DS, Luzo ÂCM, Matera JM, Vozdova M, Dagli MLZ. Diagnosis, Prognosis and Treatment of Canine Cutaneous and Subcutaneous Mast Cell Tumors. Cells. 2022; 11(4):618.


de Nardi, Andrigo Barboza, Rodrigo dos Santos Horta, Carlos Eduardo Fonseca-Alves, Felipe Noleto de Paiva, Laís Calazans Menescal Linhares, Bruna Fernanda Firmo, Felipe Augusto Ruiz Sueiro, Krishna Duro de Oliveira, Silvia Vanessa Lourenço, Ricardo De Francisco Strefezzi, Carlos Henrique Maciel Brunner, Marcelo Monte Mor Rangel, Paulo Cesar Jark, Jorge Luiz Costa Castro, Rodrigo Ubukata, Karen Batschinski, Renata Afonso Sobral, Natália Oyafuso da Cruz, Adriana Tomoko Nishiya, Simone Crestoni Fernandes, Simone Carvalho dos Santos Cunha, Daniel Guimarães Gerardi, Guilherme Sellera Godoy Challoub, Luiz Roberto Biondi, Renee Laufer-Amorim, Paulo Ricardo de Oliveira Paes, Gleidice Eunice Lavalle, Rafael Ricardo Huppes, Fabrizio Grandi, Carmen Helena de Carvalho Vasconcellos, Denner Santos dos Anjos, Ângela Cristina Malheiros Luzo, Julia Maria Matera, Miluse Vozdova, and Maria Lucia Zaidan Dagli. 2022. "Diagnosis, Prognosis and Treatment of Canine Cutaneous and Subcutaneous Mast Cell Tumors" Cells 11, no. 4: 618.


In this lesson, I will share my thoughts on these functions and accessories with hobby photographers looking to photograph starry skies (rather than with experts and specialists of astrophotography) and explain why I think PENTAX is the best photographic gear available in this field.


Thinking about astrophotography, most people who are familiar with photographic gear probably have an image of elaborate and cumbersome equipment. The ASTROTRACER function, however, cuts the required equipment to a minimum.


Since the O-GPS1 system is lightweight, you can use a compact tripod. When you are in a rush, you can even place the camera on the ground. This free repositioning of the camera is simply not possible with equatorial devices, so this is an extremely important advantage.


The estimated rate of a major cytogenetic response at 18 months was 87.1% in the imatinib group and 34.7% in the group given interferon alfa plus cytarabine. At 18 months, the estimated rate of freedom from progression to accelerated-phase or blast-crisis CML was 96.7% in the imatinib group and 91.5% in the combination-therapy group. Imatinib was better tolerated than combination therapy. [28]


Treatment of patients with CML in the accelerated phase or in blast crisis has yielded dismal results. Although imatinib can induce a hematologic response in 52-82% of patients, the response is sustained for at least 4 weeks in only 31-64% of patients. The complete response rate is lower, at 7-34% of patients. Karyotypic response occurs in 16-24%, and complete cytogenetic response is observed in only 17%. [27] Higher doses (ie, 600 mg/d) result in improved response rates, cytogenetic response, and disease-free and overall survival.


A study by Cortes et al that compared dasatinib 100 mg daily or 50 mg twice daily for at least 3 months as initial therapy for early chronic-phase CML found no difference in outcome between the 2 dosages. [42] Of the 50 patients in the study, 49 (98%) achieved a complete cytogenetic response and 41 (82%) achieved a major molecular response. The projected event-free survival rate at 24 months was 88%, and all patients were alive after a median follow-up time of 24 months. [42]


Estimated 6-year progression-free survival (PFS) rates were 49%, 51%, 40%, and 47% for the 100 mg once daily, 50 mg twice daily, 140 mg once daily, and 70 mg twice daily dosage groups, respectively. [45] Notably, estimated 6-year PFS rates were 68% for BCR/ABL transcripts of 1% or less, 58% for BCR/ABL greater than 1% up to 10%, and 26% for BCR/ABL greater than 10%. Estimated 6-year overall survival rates were 71% for 100 mg once daily, 74% for 50 mg twice daily, 77% for 140 mg once daily, and 70% for 70 mg twice daily.


In 118 patients with chronic-phase CML, a major cytogenetic response was attained in 32% of patients, a complete cytogenetic response was attained in 24%, and a complete hematologic response was attained in 73%. At 2 years, the progression-free survival rate was 73% and the estimated overall survival rate was 83%. Responses were seen across Bcr-Abl mutations, including those associated with dasatinib and nilotinib resistance, except T315I. [49]


Transplantation has been relegated to patients who do not achieve molecular remissions or show resistance to imatinib and failure of second-generation bcr-abl kinase inhibitors such as dasatinib. Previous exposure to imatinib before transplantation does not adversely affect posttransplant outcomes such as overall survival and progression-free survival.


More than 80% of newly diagnosed patients with CML in the chronic phase will achieve a complete cytogenetic response with the standard dose of 400 mg/day of imatinib. The probability of progression-free survival is strongly correlated with the level of response, approaching 100% in those patients who achieve molecular remission (a reduction of BCR/ABL mRNA by at least 3-log at 12 mo).


However, it is possible that BCR-ABL levels may vary naturally over time in patients on TKI therapy. CML is known to have cyclic oscillations, with peaks and troughs occurring at even 1- to 2-month intervals, and this has not been studied in cases with residual disease. Several lines of evidence suggest that a truly rising BCR-ABL deserves concern. First, several studies have shown that a rising BCR-ABL is associated with a greater increase of the acquisition of an Abl point mutation and resistance. [69] In addition, loss of MMR is associated with an increased risk of relapse and lower disease-free survival. [70]


Discontinuing TKI therapy for certain patients, an approach first put forward in 2006, has the potential to reduce side effects associated with lifelong TKI therapy and to be cost-effective measure. Treatment-free remission (TFR) is achieved when a patient who has discontinued TKI therapy maintains an MMR and does not need to restart therapy.


I study the first causes of things, and amtherefore a metaphysician. My colleague Dr McZed denies that there areany first causes and is therefore not a metaphysician; she is rather,an anti-metaphysician. In her view, metaphysics is a science with anon-existent subject-matter, like astrology.


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