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Datasets published in the last 5 years, which look at other genetic factors influencing HD, have shone a light on why instability might be higher in some patients than others. If patients have single letter changes in proteins like FAN1, it is thought that their levels of instability will change, and therefore the age of onset for symptoms will also change. If we can target some of these so-called modifiers of HD, we might be able to prevent expansion or even shrink the CAG repeat length.
The Last InnHD
Patients who have recovered from malignant lymphoma are at an increased risk of secondary acute leukemia (AL), and overt AL is frequently preceded by a myelodysplastic syndrome. Although the statistical risk is significant, only a minority of the patients will be so affected. We have reviewed peripheral blood counts of patients with Hodgkin's disease (HD) and non-Hodgkin's lymphoma (NHL) treated in the Departments of Hematology at the Edith Wolfson and Chaim Sheba Medical Centers, Israel. Included were only those who went into a complete remission and remained lymphoma free for extended periods. There were 85 patients with HD and 36 with NHL. In both groups peripheral blood counts at diagnosis were within the normal range. A prolonged follow-up (> 4 y), during which no further treatment was given, revealed a sustained increment over time of MCV (delta MCV) both in HD and NHL. A persistent monocytosis in HD patients was also evident. delta MCV was larger in HD. The difference at the end of the follow-up period was as follows: 10.1 fl + 11.8 in HD vs 5.0 fl + 6.2 in NHL, (P
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Enzo Bonafé has become quite popular in the last few years as the demand and popularity for high-quality shoes has grown. Their shoes have proven to be very popular on Styleforum as they've built quite a fan base in the community. In the US, it's now much easier to get your hands on a pair thanks to retailers like Sweden-based Skoaktiebolaget, US-based SoleGarb, and Leffot.
Considering that most of the time you'll have to order Enzo Bonafé shoes online, getting sizing right can be tricky. I've seen a few casual comparisons of their lasts online but wanted to take more precise approach. Consequently, I've put together an Enzo Bonafe lasts comparison (only 804 vs 363MOD so far) that I believe is a very accurate representation.
We're taking a look at three Enzo Bonafe models: a black cap-toe oxford on the 804 last, their austerity oxford boot and Norwegian apron blucher, both on the 363MOD last. These are all in size 7.5UK or an 8.5 US equivalent.
This is a better look at the lasts because the shoes aren't actually sitting next to each other in the same photo. I've actually taken three separate photos and superimposed them via photoshop which should give the same top-down perspective for each. Yes, I know that stitching of photos together could be better, will work on that!
You can already get a good idea of how the lasts compare in this photo, most obviously that the 804 is more elongated than the 363MOD. But the 363MOD last on the shoe looks to be more pointed than the boot model. Which leads us to the next photo!
Now we take a look at all the same shoes, similarly laid out. But with one big difference - I've removed any design pattern on the toes! The toe patterns, wingtip, cap-toe and apron stitch, distort our perspective on the shapes of the last.
In this photo, I've now removed the welts,( I know a little rough) the last item that has warped our perspective of the lasts. Both the 363MOD models look pretty much the same now and look to be a bit wider than the 804 (which they are).
Ideally, I'd have wholecuts in each last in the same color, but until I strike the lottery, this is probably the next best bet. Unless, of course, Enzo Bonafe releases an official last guide like Meermin or Alden has.
Above are a few key measurements I've displayed (sized in 7.5UK). I hope this comparison has been helpful in getting a better idea of these two Enzo Bonafe lasts compared for sizing assistance. In general, the 363MOD last is a bit wider than the 804 in nearly all areas.
One pretty important element I've left out is instep height. Honestly, I couldn't figure out a really good way to display and compare the instep heights. But in both cases of 804 and 363MOD lasts, and Bonafe lasts in general, the insteps are high. The height is about the same for both these lasts just based on feel. Low volume/low instep feet likely won't fair too well in Bonafe lasts.
I take both lasts in the same size, but, to be honest, their lasts don't suit my feet very well. It's the case with most RTW offerings and my weirdly shaped feet. My ensuing pairs from Bonafe will probably be sized in the custom/bespoke last option to get a great fit.
It's really hard to make size recommendations so I won't even attempt it since everyone's feet are differently shaped. It's best to really get to know your feet's characteristics and try lasts from different makers to find a good fit. I will say I've heard some people being able to size down a half from their 804 size in the 363MOD. For some, they sized down half in both lasts from their regular sizes to get the right fit in the instep area.
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