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the third international workshop on minimally invasive surgery in crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis (mis-cc, decimas-2014), held in lausanne, switzerland, offered presentations of new techniques and ideas. the presentations that followed a structured format focused on items of interest to colorectal surgeons including minimally invasive techniques and new techniques, which included those developed for imaging, a robotic approach, and the use of next generation sequencing. robotic-assisted surgery was used to perform laparoscopic abdominal colectomy and demonstrated feasibility for bowel resection and reconstruction. the robot provided improved precision with better dexterity, a five-degree of freedom of wrist movement, and was able to maintain the field of view during surgery and allow for stable suturing.

the aim of the present study was to assess the potential of non-coding mirnas as novel biomarkers in diabetic retinopathy using mirna microarray analysis. sixteen micrornas were identified that are differentially expressed in vitreous fluids of diabetic patients with proliferative retinopathy compared to vitreous samples from controls. further study will be required to confirm the expression and relevance of these findings to patients with diabetic retinopathy. in conclusion, this study represents the first microarray study demonstrating the potential of mirnas to be novel biomarkers in diabetic retinopathy.

we suggest that the high frequency of comorbid diabetes mellitus, vascular, and cardiometabolic diseases is due to a common underlying predisposition. there is growing evidence that implicates the dietary intake of sucrose (especially in the form of soft drinks) in this process, as it induces insulin resistance and promotes adiposity. we review the clinical evidence supporting the role of high sucrose intake in the pathogenesis of cardiometabolic diseases, including obesity, type 2 diabetes mellitus, hypertension, dyslipidemia, and metabolic syndrome.