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We conclude that these changes are critical to correct existing deficiencies in exposure, hazard, and risk assessments that lead to insufficient information to identify risks, underestimates of risk, inequitable distributions of risk, and unconsented transfer of risks from manufacturers to the public. A shift in the basic framework of how science is used in decisions requires a policy change to the status quo and this series of papers can serve as a scientific statement from experts to aid in the engagement of the public health community, community groups, government regulators and policymakers, and others in their efforts to bring about change. Our five consensus principles and recommendations are detailed in the following sections and summarized in Table 1. These principles and recommendations can be applied across a wide array of community, policy, and regulatory settings at local, state, national, and international levels to incorporate the best available science and provide a stronger foundation for decision-making about exposures and health effects related to industrial chemical use and pollution.




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Our particular interest resides in the appropriate methodology and time intervals for surveillance of BD-IPMN to check the malignant changes and development of distinct PDAC. The Fukuoka consensus advocates yearly follow-up if lesion is 20 mm as current reasonable approaches to surveillance, although the appropriate intervals between follow-up examinations remain to be determined. The Fukuoka consensus also recommends lengthening of the surveillance interval after 2 years of no change on images as did the Sendai guidelines. On the other hand, however, the Fukuoka consensus proposes not to lengthen the intervals to >6 months in view of the relatively high incidence of concomitant PDAC. This is an obvious flaw of the Fukuoka consensus and large-scale prospective studies are awaited to solve a contradiction between those two statements. A French group reported a low incidence of malignant transformation and adequacy of lengthening of the follow-up intervals, but they still recommended biannual imaging studies (62). Tamura et al. (58) claimed that even a 6-month interval might not be sufficient to diagnose a concomitant PDAC in a patient with IPMN.


The 2017 consensus statement of joint European Society of Gastrointestinal and Abdominal Radiology (ESGAR) and European Society of Pediatric Radiology (ESPR) describes routine technical considerations for cross-sectional small bowel and colonic imaging [15]. Three main additional technical points should be incorporated into the routine MRE and CTE protocols when intestinal vasculitis is suspected:


This document was written by the Urotrauma Guidelines Panel of the American Urological Association Education and Research, Inc., which was created in 2013. The Practice Guidelines Committee (PGC) of the AUA selected the committee chair. Panel members were selected by the chair. Membership of the committee included urologists and other clinicians with specific expertise on this disorder. The mission of the committee was to develop recommendations that are analysis-based or consensus-based, depending on Panel processes and available data, for optimal clinical practices in the treatment of urotrauma. Funding of the committee was provided by the AUA. Committee members received no remuneration for their work. Each member of the committee provides an ongoing conflict of interest disclosure to the AUA. While these guidelines do not necessarily establish the standard of care, AUA seeks to recommend and to encourage compliance by practitioners with current best practices related to the condition being treated. As medical knowledge expands and technology advances, the guidelines will change. Today these evidence-based guidelines statements represent not absolute mandates but provisional proposals for treatment under the specific conditions described in each document. For all these reasons, the guidelines do not pre-empt physician judgment in individual cases. Treating physicians must take into account variations in resources, and patient tolerances, needs, and preferences. Conformance with any clinical guideline does not guarantee a successful outcome. The guideline text may include information or recommendations about certain drug uses ('off label') that are not approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), or about medications or substances not subject to the FDA approval process. AUA urges strict compliance with all government regulations and protocols for prescription and use of these substances. The physician is encouraged to carefully follow all available prescribing information about indications, contraindications, precautions and warnings. These guidelines and best practice statements are not in-tended to provide legal advice about use and misuse of these substances. Although guidelines are intended to encourage best practices and potentially encompass available technologies with sufficient data as of close of the literature review, they are necessarily time-limited. Guidelines cannot include evaluation of all data on emerging technologies or management, including those that are FDA-approved, which may immediately come to represent accepted clinical practices. For this reason, the AUA does not regard technologies or management which are too new to be addressed by this guideline as necessarily experimental or investigational. 041b061a72


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