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In 1987, Ken Setchell first described the method for the isolation of phytoestrogen in soy (Setchell et al., 1987). The phytoestrogens daidzein, genistein, coumestrol, formononetin, and biochanin-A were separated on a C18 reversed-phase column (Hypersil ODS) with methanol-0.1 M ammonium acetate buffer, pH 4.6 (60 40 v v), as eluent. The retention and resolution were affected by buffer concentrations, pH type, and proportion of organic solvent in the mobile phase. Detection in the low picograms range was achieved with an electrochemical detector, and the compounds were positively identified by HPLC-thermospray mass spectrometry. An assay has been produced for three isoflavones (daidzein, genistein, and glycitein), two metabolites of daidzein (O-desmethylangolensin and equol), and two lignans (enterodiol and enterolactone) in human serum using electrospray ionization liquid chromatography mass spectrometry (LC MS) with selective reaction monitoring. A simple, highly-automated sample...
The bulk of the available data on the effects of phytoestrogen on humans is mostly from postmenopausal women, and in particular on the effects on hot flushes. Data are beginning to emerge on the effect of phytoestrogens in bone, but very little is known about the effects of these compounds on the uterus and breast. This information is urgently required to allow evaluation of long-term safety of these compounds, particularly in view of long-term treatment of postmenopausal women for the prevention of osteoporosis. Very little is known about the therapeutic potential of phytoestrogen in men.
Phytoestrogens are a diverse group of polyphenolic non-steroidal plant compounds that bind to human estrogen receptors (Cos et al., 2003). The best studied of these compounds are the isoflavones, the phytoestrogens present in soy and red clover. Phytoestrogens in vitro bind to and stimulate the activity of both estrogen receptors (ERs), a and p, but have a stronger affinity for the latter (Kuiper et al., 1998). The distribution of ERa and ERp in different tissues has been used to explain the tissue selectivity of phytoestrogens, as well as other pharmacological compounds. But this is most certainly not the whole story. Different phytoestrogens have different affinities for binding to the ERs, in the order 17-p-estradiol coumestrol genistein equol daidzein biochanin A. The ER binding affinity, however, cannot distinguish between agonistic and antagonistic activity (Diel et al., 1999). There are several in vitro test systems, including cell-proliferation assays and reporter gene assays,...
The lek paradox is the most extreme case of a general problem with the heritability of fitness. Any form of sexual selection for fitness indicators should even out genetic variation in fitness. If female choice in our species favored tall males, all males should be equally tall. If male choice favored large breasts, all females should be equally large-breasted. If both sexes favored high intelligence and beautiful faces, all humans should be equally bright and beautiful. Yet we are not. The differences remain, and they are still genetically heritable. So why would selection allow such differences to persist
Prehistoric art had a lot of sexual content. Venus figurines are endowed with large breasts and buttocks. Rock-art often consists of nothing more than repeated motifs of female genitals. Ice Age Europeans carved phallic batons from bone and stone. One image from prehistoric Siberia appears to depict a man on skis attempting intercourse with an elk. This is all very interesting, but not very relevant to the sexual choice model for art's evolution.
In the 1960s, Paul Tessier and others popularized new methods of manipulating the bones of the face and skull, leading to the development of craniofacial surgery. At this time, the microsurgical revolution began. Microvascular anasto-motic techniques allowed reliable free tissue transfer (free flaps) for reconstructing defects of the head and neck, upper extremity, and distal lower extremity. In the 1960s and 1970s, tissue expansion led to innovative methods in breast reconstruction, aesthetic breast augmentation, and reconstruction of large cutaneous defects. Within the last 25 years, other significant advances have come into wide acceptance in plastic surgery, including the use of thin fasciocutaneous flaps
Phytoestrogens in soy and other foods may protect post-menopausal women from osteoporosis and heart disease and protect men against prostate and other testosterone-dependent cancers. Extrusion can transform soy into food products with broad appeal for consumers, but processing effects on soy isoflavones and other phytoestrogens should be evaluated for any products for which health effects are intended. Blends of soy protein concentrate and cornmeal (20 80) were processed under different extrusion conditions (Mahungu et al, 1999). Increasing barrel temperature caused decarboxylation of isoflavones, with increased proportions of acetyl derivatives, but total isoflavones also decreased.
3 The most well known of these cases are those involving Dow Corning and silicone breast implants. Despite scientific evidence to the contrary, Dow Corning was driven into bankruptcy, and billions of dollars paid out to plaintiffs and trial lawyers over alleged autoimmune disorders from silicone gel-filled implants. Other well-known cases involved the Dalkon Shield IUD made by A.H. Robins, several cases involving pacemaker leads, and suits against Vitek for its TMJ joint implant product. In the Vitek case, DuPont found itself spending millions of dollars to extricate itself from deep-pocket liability over the use of a few cents' worth of material by a small company. This case led DuPont to embargo the sale of its Teflon material for medical use. See Ratner et al., Biomaterials Science, 2nd ed., Legal Aspects of Biomaterials Legal Analysis of Biomaterials Access Assurance Act of 1998, Public Law 105-230, and Limiting Liability of Medical Device Materials Suppliers,
4.4 Effect of Processing Phytoestrogens and Their Activity 4.5 Beneficial and Adverse Effects of Phytoestrogens in Humans 4.5.3 Effects of Phytoestrogens on Bone 4.5.4 Effects of Phytoestrogens on the Uterus 4.5.5 Effects of Phytoestrogens on the Breast 4.5.6 Effects of Phytoestrogens on Heart Disease 4.5.7 Phytoestrogens in Men 4.6 Methodology for the Detection of Phytoestrogens
Numerous questions concerning the effects of phytoestrogen supplements for women remain unanswered. Further studies should be performed to clarify the effects of isoflavone extracts, their optimal doses, the significance of individual variation in phytoestrogen metabolism and long-term effects, particularly on men. Risk, benefits, and interactions between phytoestrogens and drugs also need to be carefully evaluated.
Human growth hormone has also been used successfully in the treatment of body fat redistribution syndrome. Buffalo hump as well as truncal obesity due to fat redistribution have resolved themselves in a few weeks or months of treatment with HGH. Daily subcutaneous injections are used in the treatment. Treatment can result also in abnormal breast growth in men. Treatment results may reverse themselves somewhat in people who have body fat abnormalities prior to taking HAART.
The solution to this puzzle may lie in the work of an ingenious Indian psychologist named Dev Singh, who now works at the University of Texas in Austin. He observed that women s bodies, unlike men s, go through two remarkable transitions between puberty and middle age At ten a girl has a figure not unlike what she will have at forty. Then suddenly her vital statistics are transformed The ratio of her waist to her chest measurement and to her hips shrinks rapidly. By thirty it is rising again as her breasts lose their firmness and her waist its narrowness. That ratio, of waist to breasts and hips, is not only known as the vital statistic but it is also the feature that, with a few brief exceptions, fashion has always emphasized above all else. Bodices, corsets, hoops, bustles, and crinolines existed to make waists look smaller relative to bosom and bottom. Bras, breast implants, shoulder pads (which make the waist look smaller), and tight belts do the same today.
Although many plastic surgeons perform cosmetic surgery on high-profile patients, this specialty involves much more than Hollywood movie stars and breast implants. The word plastic is derived from the Greek plastikos, meaning to shape, change, or mould. As such, the goals of plastic surgery are threefold (1) to alter surgically the form and function of anatomy either normal or pathologic (2) to improve the quality of life and (3) to preserve life itself.
Aesthetic, or cosmetic, surgery involves the manipulation of tissues to enhance appearance. Common aesthetic procedures performed by plastic surgeons include rhinoplasty (reshaping of the nose), facelift, aesthetic eyelid surgery, laser skin resurfacing, Botulinum toxin injection, breast augmentation, liposuction, and body lifts. Cosmetic surgery is unlike other fields within plastic surgery because of economic issues. There are no laws dictating the price of a facelift or blepharo-plasty. Therefore, surgical fees are determined by supply and demand, and often these fees can be very high on the order of 10,000 to 25,000 for a facelift alone, not including anesthetic expenses. Not surprisingly, other practitioners with varying degrees of training are performing cosmetic procedures. For example, dermatologists, dentists, oral surgeons, oto-laryngologists, and even some ophthalmologists perform facial aesthetic surgery. Likewise, some obstetricians and general surgeons have performed...
Devices principally contacting tissue and tissues fluid examples include pacemakers, drug supply devices, neuromuscular sensors and stimulators, replacement tendons, breast implants, artificial larynxes, subperiosteal implants, and ligation clips Devices principally contacting blood examples include pacemaker electrodes, artificial arteriovenous fistulae, heart valves, vascular grafts and stents, internal drug delivery catheters, and ventricular assist devices
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