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Dissochaeta is a plant genus of woody climbers, classified in the tribe Dissochaeteae (Melastomataceae). The taxonomic history of the genus is complicated and includes some allied genera like Dalenia, Diplectria, Macrolenes and Omphalopus. Most of them are already regarded as synonyms of Dissochaeta except for Macrolenes which is considered a separate genus here as well. Dissochaeta is characterised by its scrambling habit, interpetiolar outgrowths, 4-merous flowers, dimorphic stamens and berry-like fruits. A taxonomic revision of Dissochaeta is presented, which includes references, a complete list of synonyms, detailed morphological descriptions of the species and an identification key, as well as information on the distribution, habitat and ecology, vernacular names, notes and lists of examined specimens. Fifty four species and two varieties of Dissochaeta are recognised. We designate several lectotypes, propose eleven new combinations and we describe one new species and one new variety.
Dissochaeta , Macrolenes , Melastomataceae , revision, South-East Asia, taxonomy
A revision of Dissochaeta (Melastomataceae, Dissochaeteae)
Abdulrokhman Kartonegoro,corresponding author1,2 Jan Frits Veldkamp,1 Peter Hovenkamp,1 and Peter van Welzen
Atopic eczema is a common and debilitating condition associated with depression and anxiety, but the nature of this association remains unclear.
To explore the temporal relationship between atopic eczema and new depression/anxiety.
This matched cohort study used routinely collected data from the UK Clinical Practice Research Datalink, linked to hospital admissions data. We identified adults with atopic eczema (1998-2016) using a validated algorithm, and up to 5 individuals without atopic eczema matched on date of diagnosis, age, sex, and general practice. We estimated the hazard ratio (HR) for new depression/anxiety using stratified Cox regression to account for age, sex, calendar period, Index of Multiple Deprivation, glucocorticoid treatment, obesity, smoking, and harmful alcohol use.
We identified 526,808 adults with atopic eczema who were matched to 2,569,030 without. Atopic eczema was associated with increased incidence of new depression (HR, 1.14; 99% CI, 1.12-1.16) and anxiety (HR, 1.17; 99% CI, 1.14-1.19). We observed a stronger effect of atopic eczema on depression with increasing atopic eczema severity (HR [99% CI] compared with no atopic eczema: mild, 1.10 [1.08-1.13]; moderate, 1.19 [1.15-1.23]; and severe, 1.26 [1.17-1.37]). A dose-response association, however, was less apparent for new anxiety diagnosis (HR [99% CI] compared with no atopic eczema: mild, 1.14 [1.11-1.18]; moderate, 1.21 [1.17-1.26]; and severe, 1.15; [1.05-1.25]).
Adults with atopic eczema are more likely to develop new depression and anxiety. For depression, we observed a dose-response relationship with atopic eczema severity.
Atopic eczema, Atopic dermatitis, Anxiety, Depression, Population-based, Severity
Atopic Eczema in Adulthood and Risk of Depression and Anxiety: A Population-Based Cohort Study
Yochai Schonmann, MD, MSc,a,b,c,∗ Kathryn E. Mansfield, MBBS, BSc, MRes, PhD,a,∗∗ Joseph F. Hayes, MBChB, MSc, PhD,d,e Katrina Abuabara, MD, MsCE, MA,f Amanda Roberts, BSc,g Liam Smeeth, MBChB, FRCGP, FFPH, FRCP, MSc, PhD, FMedSci,a and Sinead M. Langan, FRCP, MSc, PhDa,h,i
Weekly Reports for NOVEMBER 20, 1936
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