SCIREA Journal of Clinical Medicine (ISSN: 2706-8870)

SCIREA Journal of Clinical Medicine is an international, scientific peer-reviewed open access journal published online by SCIREA.

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Volume 9, Issue 2, April 2024

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Mufutau Mosunmade AZEEZ, Frederick Olusegun AKINBO
Abstract: Background: The interrelationship between pregnancy, Plasmodium falciparum infection and antimalarial drug resistance serve as recipe for adverse outcomes that impact on the mother and the foetus, hence the adoption of intermittent preventive treatment in pregnancy (IPTP) using sulphadoxine-pyrimethamine (SP). Antifo
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Atul Kapoor, Aprajita kapur
Abstract: Introduction: Alcohol and Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) are the commonest causes of advanced chronic liver disease (ACLD) worldwide. Various imaging are commonly used in the diagnosis and follow up of these patients. Child Pugh and Model of end stage liver disease systems are used for survival and three
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Dragutin Novosel, Petar Žuljević, Matija Alanović, Robert Žunac, Tina Bečić
Abstract: In a publication from 2015, Gaetano D. Gargiulo (1) describe a novel device for the ECG recordings with various parameters, which were used for the sophisticated analysis of the ECG recordings – in this particular, he analyse and discuss the concept of the Wilsnon Central Terminal (2), including as a minor topic the esti
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Volume 9, Issue 1, February 2024

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Marina Gabrielle Epstein, Gabriel Garbato, Gabriel Maccapani, Camille Diem Benatti, Ivan Carlos Batista, Luis Henrique Barreto Chaves, Amanda Domit Dall'Alba
Abstract: Achalasia is an esophageal motor disorder characterized by the failure of the lower esophageal sphincter (LES) to relax and the loss of peristalsis in the esophageal body. Treatment options aim to alleviate the elevated pressure of the LES and include direct botulinum toxin injection, pneumatic dilation, per-oral endoscopic
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Mariam Erradi
Abstract: Congenital tuberculosis is rare and fatal. The delay in diagnosis is very common in most cases. We report a premature infant born after 30 weeks of gestation; the diagnosis was suspected in front of otorrhea at 5 weeks of life with the announcement of the death of the mother following multifocal tuberculosis. The mycobacter
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Volume 8, Issue 6, December 2023

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Akeem Opeyemi AKINBODE, Basira Rabiu IDRIS
Abstract: INTRODUCTION: Food safety affects everyone worldwide. Individuals and the public can experience health problems when proper food safety measures are compromised in any country. Food production needs to be conducted safely to optimize individual and public health. Food safety entails the protection of food supply chai
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Thiago D. Gennari, Marilia O. C. D. Leal, Rubens G. Teixeira, Claudio R. P. Jodas
Abstract: PURPOSE: This article aimed to report a clinical case of a patient, a 26-year-old, caucasian man, who sought surgical treatment due to esthetic and functional complaints related to facial features. METHODS: The initial diagnosis was a standard dentofacial deformity, short face, mandibular hypoplasia, deep mento labial sulcu
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Volume 8, Issue 5, October 2023

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Changzhi Xu, Yanhua Yi, Zhizhi Xie, Donglin Zhu, Zhu Wang, Yun Xi
Abstract: Background: The association of lipid profile with decompensation in patients with liver cirrhosis has not been clarified. The present study aimed to investigate the impact of Hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection on the lipid profile in decompensated patients with hepatitis B cirrhosis.
Methods: A total of 1
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Mojtaba Maleki Delarestaghi, Edris Behboudi, Ali Omidvari
Abstract: Chondroid lipoma is a rare benign soft tissue neoplasm and there is no reported case of this entity in the nasal region. In this study we discuss a 39 years old female came for rhinoplasty. We found a mass on the cartilaginous dorsum with pathologic report suggestive for chondroid lipoma. In the other regions of body comple
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Alejandro L. Villalobos-Rodríguez, Rafael del Carmen Cárdenas-Núñez, Júder Narváez-Palacios, Yadira Hernández-Fuentes, Corina Bibiano-Rodríguez, Martín de Jesús Novelo-Salazar, Arturo Alfaro-Palma, Guillermo Padrón-Arredondo
Abstract: INTRODUCTION. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the prevalence of obesity worldwide has nearly tripled since 1975. According to 2016 data, 39% of the global adult population was overweight, and 13% was obese. A recent study, including 20 European countries, concluded that 53% of adults were overweight
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Tandilava R.Z., Tebidze T.I., Bakhtadze T.I, Tandilava Z.R.
Abstract: We describe the clinical case of a 9-year-old girl operated for diaphragmatic hernia. The probable cause of the diaphragm defect in the girl is a blunt abdominal injury with the subsequent formation of a false diaphragmatic hernia with clinic of acute respiratory failure, making it difficult for early diagnosis. A complex o
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Ali H. EL Masri
Abstract: Elevated blood pressure and consequently systemic hypertension (HTN) are common. HTN was divided into either essential, which counts for more than 90% of cases (where the patient needs a medication for life), and secondary (less than 10% of cases). In clinical practice, when we Look at blood pressure as a vital sign, the el
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Volume 8, Issue 4, August 2023

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Mohamed Osman Abdelaziz
Abstract: Idiopathic facial (Bell's) palsy is a common neurologic disease. Familial facial palsy is an uncommon cause of idiopathic facial palsy affecting 4-14% of cases. Most cases follow an autosomal dominant inheritance pattern and many related genes were discovered. One previous study from the Northern State, Sudan reported six f
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Kiwamu Sakaguchi, Noshir R. Mehta, Tomoaki Maruyama, Leopoldo P. Correa, Atsuro Yokoyama
Abstract: Purpose: The head plays an important role in the postural control. Chewing co-activates jaw and neck muscles leading to coordinated jaw and head-neck movements. Therefore, examination of the relationships among head and trunk sways, and sitting and foot pressure distributions during chewing is helpful in the attempt
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Yan Shi, Meijiao He, Meichen Weng, Xunjun Liao, Jun Cai
Abstract: Purpose: This study aimed to investigate the sexual function and subjective well-being of the CCSs in different stages, and to explore the relationship between sexual function and subjective well-being.
Methods: A cross-sectional study was used to investigate the sexual function and subjective well-being
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Maria Shannon Ashley Gunawan, Tirta Darmawan Susanto, Natalia Maria Christina
Abstract: Background: Childhood trauma can cause anxiety, difficulty controlling yourself, sleep disorders, self-harm, suicide, problems in socializing, depression, and panic attacks. Symptoms that appear in patients with premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) are mood swings, irritability, feeling depressed and hopelessness,
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Alizamin Sadigov, Rauf Baylarov, Malahat Sultanova
Abstract: Coominity-acquired pneumonia (CAP) in individuals with HIV results from multiple risk factors ,particularly immune defects a CD4 count decrease ,especially when below< 100 cells/mm3 continue to be a risk fro pneumonia due to routine bacterial pathogens.Assessment of risk factors which are responsible for poor prognosis in p
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Mahbubeh Alborzi, Fariba Khoshbakht, Kobra Tarjoman
Abstract: Nutritional behaviors are important in children’s physical and mental health. The present research investigated the eating behaviors of children according to the variables of parenting style and mothers' attitude towards feeding. The statistical sample included 160 elementary school students and their mothers who were sele
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Kiwamu Sakaguchi, Noshir R. Mehta, Tomoaki Maruyama, Leopoldo P. Correa, Atsuro Yokoyama
Abstract: Purpose: It has been reported that mastication affects the postural control system and enhances postural stability during upright standing. However, the mechanism has not been fully elucidated. The purpose of this study was to verify whether there are correlations among head and trunk sways, and foot pressure distrib
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Fariah I Gaba, Chirag C Sheth
Abstract: Objectives: (1) To investigate and highlight the impact of untreated AG on feeding, speech and the psychosocial domain in children between 0-15 years. (2) determine surgical outcomes of corrective AG procedures and their influence on feeding, speech and the psychosocial domain (3) highlight AG as an important myofunc
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Vázquez Pérez M, Torres San Miguel GP, Torres San Miguel CR, Sevilla González M L
Abstract: The emergence of the SARS-COV-2 virus caused a high mortality rate worldwide and has resulted in alterations in the pulmonary function of post-COVID-19 patients in survivors. The most common pulmonary symptom reported after COVID-19 is dyspnea, which may persist in 22.9% to 53% of patients 2 months after symptom onset. In a
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Volume 8, Issue 3, June 2023

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Dr Tahir Abbas, Dr Syed Noor
Abstract: Paraneoplastic visual syndromes are rare group of disorders due to immune mediated pathogenesis. Paraneoplastic optic neuropathy is predominantly bilateral and present with progressive painless visual loss. In our case report, 63-year-old woman presents with sequential bilateral loss of vision and on investigation was found
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Vijayaraghavan Padmanabhan
Abstract: Practitioners of conventional scientific medicine may accept the occasional use of alternative systems but nevertheless keep them at a distance since they do not make sense to the scientifically trained mind. The FDA, the regulatory body in USA for granting recognition to treatment modalities, was expected to address this i
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Antonio Ferrante, Alberto Ferrante, Claudia Ferrante
Abstract: Introduction. The problem of idiopathic scoliosis is extremely complex and evaluated in different and discordant ways by the various specialists. All authors agree on one thing: the aethiology of adolescent idiopathic scoliosis still now, after many years of research and studies, is unknown! [1] Theories on AIS's aet
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Volume 8, Issue 2, April 2023

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Vladimir Put, Dmitry Usatov, Dmitry Svyatoslavov, Alexander Dolgalev, Mikhail Gladyshev, Evgeny Basin, Victoria Polshina, David Choniashvili, Artur Chagarov, Vazgen Avanisyan, Daniil Gordeev, Igor Kastyro, Valentin Popadyuk, Igor Ganshin
Abstract: With extensive damage of the facial skeleton, multiple bony and soft tissue cicatricial defects and deformations are formed. Traditional methods of reconstructive are reliably not able to restore the defects fully. Often the bony structures of the facial skeleton can’t be restored in one stage. Additional reconstructive sur
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Li Wang, Laiqing Xie, Xun Xu, Xiaofeng Zhang, E. Song
Abstract: Purpose: Autophagy pathway might be involved in the production of pro-inflammatory cytokines and apoptosis in HG-stimulated Müller cells, though details of the mechanism remain largely not currently known.
Methods: In this experimental research, primary SD rat retinal Miller cells were exposed to normal gl
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Stephen Soloway, Alyxandra Soloway, Tyler G. Chin, Joseph Colombo
Abstract: Introduction. Gouty arthritis normally is well controlled. Under extreme circumstances patients for various reasons may have to use Pegloticase (Krystexxa). About 30% of patients on Krystexxa develop immunogenicity or tolerance to the medication rendering it useless, and with use of immunosuppressants this toleranc
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Tula Krishna Gupta, Smriti Mayur Kasaudhan, Vivek Paudyal, Anusmriti Pal, Kushal Bhattarai, Grishma Shrestha, Rajiv Shah, Abdullah Rain
Abstract: Introduction:Poisoning is one of the major health problems not only for the respective nation but also globally. Globally it has more impact on mortality and morbidity. According to WHO 2021 mortality rate of Nepal due to unintentional poisoning is 1.66 per one lakh population.(1) The objective of this study is to kn
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Geng Song, Fei-Fei Zhang, Huai-Dong Cheng
Abstract: Objectives: We retrospectively evaluated the effect of thalidomide and apatinib in prevention of camrelizumab-induced reactive cutaneous capillary endothelial proliferation (RCCEP).
Methods: In this study, the clinical data of enrolled patients who received either camrelizumab plus thalidomide therapy (t
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Stephen Soloway
Abstract: Chart review of the past 10 years indicates that 400 patients came to this office with a complaint of hand pain. Of this group of people, 80 had a trigger finger and we limited our group to not include the thumb. The trigger fingers were broken up in random distribution. The fifth finger was the least likely involved. Ther
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S.V. Novoseltsev, V.V. Nazarov
Abstract: This article is a review of anatomical and functional connections of the stellate ganglion on the basis of the study of modern scientific research. The relevance of the research is due to extremely rare application of osteopathic techniques on the stellate ganglion. The techniques available in the osteopath's arsenal are of
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Tyler G.Chin, Alyxandra Soloway, Joseph Colombo, Stephen Soloway
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Volume 8, Issue 1, February 2023

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Liya Tian, Wenjing Jiang, Nan Fu, WeiHua Liu, Yao Liu
Abstract: Type 2 diabetes (T2D) and its related neurodegenerative complications greatly pose a serious health and economic burden. In recent years, neurofilament light (NfL) has been proved to be as a biomarker of neurodegeneration, and the levels of plasma NfL were found to be associated with clinical staging of diabetes mellitus an
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Arlin Adam, Ali Hanafi, Andi Alim
Abstract: Background: The Coronavirus Disease 19 (COVID-19) pandemic in Indonesia has experienced a rapid increase in cases so that the government has established a Large-Scale Social Restriction (LSSR) policy. The implication is that the social life sector of the community experiences stagnation which results in low fulfillme
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Mingyuan Bi, Wen Kang, Yongtao Sun
Abstract: Purpose: This study aimed to compare the different expression levels of 12 immune inflammation-related factor in plasma of untreated acute HIV-1-infected patients with different HIV-1 RNA or HIV-1 DNA levels.
Methods: 70 acute HIV-1-infected patients without any anti-retrovirus therapy (ART) were selected
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Chaynez Rachid, Yousra Zouine, Meriam Benzalim, Soumaya Alj, Lamyae Amro
Abstract: The follow-up of the sequelae of patients declared cured of severe COVID lung disease has been organized in many hospitals, in particular at the Mohammed VI University Hospital in Marrakech, Morocco. The objective of this study is to evaluate the clinical, scannographic and respiratory functional sequelae at 3 months accord
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Fabiola Patricia Ratih Puspita, Hendyono Lim, Tirta Darmawan Susanto
Abstract: Cigarette has become the highest risk factor of death since 2017. The type of cigarette mostly used are kretek tobacco cigarette and electric cigarette (e-cigarette). Smoking cigarette can cause an impact on the neurological system, such as headache. Migraine is a primary headache that mainly occurs in age group between 15
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Volume 7, Issue 6, December 2022

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Emily L. Perreault, Francesca Arese Lucini, Sunny Kim
Abstract: A Vietnam combat veteran with a positive history of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder was successfully treated with ultrasound guided stellate ganglion block and hyperbaric oxygen treatment. Cognitive EEG testing was done prior to the intervention and then again at three months showing improvement in cognitive functioning. The
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Wang Chao, Enguo Wang, Wang Yan, Jia rui Liu
Abstract: Using event-related potential (ERP) technology to explore the characteristics of automatic processing of auditory brain information in children with developmental dyslexia and control groups in the state of non-attention. Selecting 18 children with developmental dyslexia and 18 children in the control group (male 21, female
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Hillary Brenda Nguyen, BA, George Sinclair Mitchell Dyer, MD
Abstract: Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a public health crisis, exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Among musculoskeletal injuries, finger fractures are the most common injuries in IPV, though the vast majority of cases go unrecognized in medical settings. Like physicians, nail technicians are trained, state-licensed professio
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Erick Servin Torres, Silvana Castelán-Sánchez, Eulalio Jiménez-González
Abstract: Introduction: Biliary dilation is a rare disease involving intrahepatic and extrahepatic biliary tract abnormalities. Choledochocele or type III choledochal cyst (CC) is a lesion present in less than 2% of all reported cases and is defined as a cystic dilation of the distal common bile duct protruding into the duodenal lume
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Minggang Du
Abstract: Esophageal cancer is one of the malignancies that with high occurrence in China. Its high morbidity and mortality have caused huge disease burden for the society. Therefore, it is getting necessary to elucidate the molecular mechanisms regarding the onset and progression of esophageal cancer. Increasing studies suggest that
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Volume 7, Issue 5, October 2022

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Li Jin-ling, ZHAO Zhi, Luo Chun-li, Wang Hua-lei, Luo Fu-lai
Abstract: Purpose: To study the contents of mineral elements and effective components of Hook branch of Uncaria rhynchophylla(Miq.)Miq. ex Havil from different sources, analyze the relationship between characteristic elements, mineral elements and effective components of hook branch and evaluate the quality of medicinal materi
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Zhulikov Ya., Kovalenko E., Bokhian V., Evdokimova E., Khoroshilov M., Gabrava M., Kolobanova E., Artamonova E.
Abstract: The combination of platinum-based chemotherapy with mitotane (m) is the standard first-line therapy for metastatic adrenocortical cancer (ACC) with long-term disease control in approximately 25% of patients. Considering the lack of effective regimens for second and subsequent lines of therapy, it seems relevant to evaluate
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Volume 7, Issue 4, August 2022

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Rizki Primasari, Hasyim Kasim, Arifin Seweng, Andi Muhammad Luthfi Parewangi, Endy Adnan, Syakib Bakri, Haerani Rasyid
Abstract: Background: In chronic kidney disease (CKD) patients, calcium and phosphate homeostasis disorders occur. Decreased renal function will result in a decrease in phosphate excretion. In stage 3b CKD, the kidney is no longer able to compensate for phosphate burden adequately, and as a result hyperphosphatemia arises. The
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Niza Amalya, Wasis Udaya, Agus Sudarso, Syakib Bakri, Haerani Rasyid, Hasyim Kasim, Muh. Ilyas, Arifin Seweng
Abstract: Today, In Indonesia has been increased the number of life expectancy from the population of elderly in every year. For some research found that after the age of 60 years, mass of muscle and muscle strength decreases by up to 3% per year. The prevalence of sarcopenia is increasing. One of the causes of sarcopenia is vitamin
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Youngah Choi, Eun-Hyang Song, Bu-Yeon Kim, Hyun-Joo Jin, Shin-Ae Park
Abstract: From March 2nd, 2020th, Seoul Metropolitan Seobuk hospital started as a hospital mainly for COVID-19 infections and has been continuously treating COVID-19 inpatients until now, May 8th, 2022th. From the beginning of February, 2020th, to May 8th, 2022th, the total cumulative number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Korea was 1
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Marie Lourdes Charles, Kathleen Marsala-Cervasio
Abstract: Adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) avoidable health disparities, which may be related to healthcare professionals’ attitudes. To examine the attitudes and experiences of nurses caring for adults with I/DD in the acute care setting.Methods A mixed method approach was utilized. Data was collected f
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Zhen Yang, Wei Zhang, Peng Fu, Xianfeng Meng
Abstract: The preferred treatment for distal femoral fracture was surgical reduction and internal fixation. In recent years, retrograde intramedullary nails(RIN) and locking plates were the most popular internal fixation methods in clinical practice. The goal of this study was to review eligible studies and compare the efficacy of re
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Volume 7, Issue 3, June 2022

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Takanori Fukunaga, Masao Umegaki, Yohei Bamba, Yasuaki Tsuchida, Koshi Ninomiya, Katsumi Matsumoto, Haruhiko Kishima, Manabu Sasaki
Abstract: Background: As the prognosis of cancer patient has improved following advance in multimodal treatment, the incidence of metastases to distant organs commonly occur. Spinal metastatic tumor usually spread in spinal bone and sometimes induce paralysis through spinal cord compression. However, metastasis to the epidural
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Karla Zarate, Xóchitl Ambriz, Javier R. Ambrosio, Rocio Tirado
Abstract: The human respiratory syncytial virus (hRSV), the human metapneumovirus (hMPV), and the human parainfluenza virus (hPIV) are the main etiological agents of acute respiratory infections in children and adults. Human mesenchymal stem cells (hMSCs) are also infected by these viruses. These cells differentially express receptor
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Renata M. Campos, Adélia Correia Lúcio, Osamu Ikari, Antônio Gugliotta, Maria Helena Baena de Moraes Lopes, Maria Carolina Ramos Perissionotto, Howard Glazer, Carlos Arturo Levi D’ancona
Abstract: Background: The prevalence of Non-Monosymptomatic Enuresis occurs in 15 to 30% of children and conservative treatments should be the first line of indication.
Objective: This article presents the evaluation and treatment protocol of the Urology Outpatient Clinic/UROPEDFISIO, which has been shown to be ade
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Dali Feng, Wenliang Zhu, Tingting Zhang, Youkun Liu
Abstract: Background Nasopharyngeal carcinoma (NPC) is particularly prevalent in the southern provinces of China,the aetiology of NPC is multifactorial but not clear.NPC case reports have a long history and many NPC cases of familial aggregation reported,but no report about NPC in parents and children in one family.
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Melpomeni Bizhga, Evda Vevecka, Spiro Sila
Abstract: When a foreign body is evident because of history, examination and radiologic findings and especially when a tracheal foreign body is suspected, rigid bronchoscopy is indicated rather than flexible bronchoscopy.
Subject and material: During 101 2015-2018 flexible bronchoscopies are performed in UHC M Teresa, 51 of them
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Wahyu Choirur Rizky, Muhammad Candragupta Jihwaprani, Mazhar Mushtaq
Abstract: Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) remains to be a paramount healthcare issue, frequently resulting in respiratory failure and death. Recently, the rapidly expanding knowledge about the pathophysiology of novel severe acute respiratory syndrome (nSARS-CoV-2) infection provides a significant insight regarding the im
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Volume 7, Issue 2, April 2022

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Lusheng Huang, Shuangshuang Hu
Abstract: Background Herpes zoster (HZ) is an infectious disease, which impacts on patients' quality of life. Herein, we employed the network pharmacological methods to predict the target of bioactive components in Simiao Yongan Decoction (SYD) in the treatment of HZ.
Method We utilized the TCMSP and GenneCards data
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Ludovica Cellini, Gonçalo Januário, Gonçalo Novais
Abstract: Esophageal cancer is one of the most fatal malignancies. It is often diagnosed during its advanced stages. Brain metastases, and especially cerebellar ones have been infrequently reported in the Literature. In patients with large cerebellar metastases, surgical removal is still the most effective therapy for improving survi
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Joanne M. Knoesel PhD, RN-BC, CNE, FNAP Assistant Professor, Joanne K. Singleton PhD, RN, CNL, FNP-BC, FNAP, FNYAM, FAAN Prof, Christine Lazaros Amendola, MS, PA-C Associate Clinical Professo, Abbey L. Berg PhD, CCC-A, FNAP Professor, Lucille Ferrara, EdD, RN, FNP-BC, MBA, FNYAM, FNAP Professor, Elijah A.J. Salzer, DMSc, PA-C, NYSAFE, C-EFM Clinical Associate
Abstract: According to the World Health Organization (WHO, 2010), interprofessional (IP) practice is vital to safe, high quality, accessible, patient-centered care. Interprofessional practice requires the competency to engage in teamwork to support patient outcomes, which begins with the education of health professions students. Yet
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B.Massoubre, C.Boulliat
Abstract: The development of molecular biology has allowed a considerable advance in medicine. But applications, both civil and military, can be malicious and must be strictly controlled by the international scientific community. Ethical reflection is necessary to target and circumscribe abuses.
The use of genome editing can prot
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Sana Farooq, Nazia Lone, Mohsin Sidiq
Abstract: Background: The use of laser is limited by the dental graduates because of lack of knowledge, effectiveness and due to high cost of laser unit. Lasers not only reduces the need for anaesthetics causing no pain in children during dental treatment but also are used for caries prevention, restorative removal and curing
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Ana Vaz de Braganca, R. Nirmala
Abstract: Background: Professionalism serves as a means for categorizing the work, controlling the workers and is related to the quality of practice. It holds significant value to every professional, from the entry day into the profession until retirement from active practice; and is imperative for winning the trust of clients
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Alejandro Checa, Eliana Navas, Jonathan Molina-Benavides, Verónica Valencia
Abstract: Despite the accessibility of modern antiretroviral therapy (HAART), neurocognitive decline persists among some people with HIV. The objective is to assess whether there is a relationship between educational level and cognitive impairment in people living with HIV on antiretroviral treatment.
This is a cross-sectional co
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Volume 7, Issue 1, February 2022

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Emily L. Perreault, Francesca Arese Lucini, Sunny Kim
Abstract: In this case study we will present the case of a 27-year-old patient that requested Hyperbaric Oxygen treatment (HBOT) to improve his cognitive performance. After a couple of years of poor general wellbeing, brain fog and fatigue the patient underwent approximately 20 hours of HBOT at the end of which he reported a signific
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Abstract: The hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytic syndrome (HLH) has been reported in critically ill patients with confirmed sars-cov-2 infection and contributes to their morbidity and mortality. Precise criteria for diagnosis and monitoring of HLH in these patients are essential for improving their clinical outcomes. The diagnosis of H
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Christos A. Gogos, Lucas M. Moschos, Agis D. Komis, George V. Bagias, Dimitrios C. Papacostantinou, Anestis A.Charalampopoulos
Abstract: Introduction: Chronic traumatic Spinal Cord Injuries (SCI), leave a significant percentage of permanent motor and sensory disability. Transplantation of Olfactory Mucosa Autografts (OMA) at the lesion site is a hopeful procedure. We present a case-series of patients with SCI treated with OMA.
Material and
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Koh Sasaki, Kensuke Iwabuchi, Ichiro Watanabe, Akihiko Nakamura, Takumi Yamamoto, Keiko Asami, Tetsuya Tsubakiha, Mitsuyuki Nakayama, Haruhiko Sato, Haruko Hirai, Morihiro Saito, Zenko Miyazaki, Takashi Katsuta, Ichiro Kono
Abstract: The aim of this study was to grasp the injury situation of Japanese female rugby players in 2020-2021 by network analysis with psychological condition under COVID19 (June 1-30, 2021). The number of respondents was 302. 60% reported serious injuries. The parts were ankle, knee, shoulder, head, etc. Symptoms are ligament / bo
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Joanne K. Singleton, Lucille R. Ferrara
Abstract: Stress, both positive and negative, is an ever-present part of life for most individuals. College students are most vulnerable for various factors which may include change in living situations, increased degree of learning responsibilities, social factors, and fear of the unknown, to name a few. Providing strategies for the
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Volume 6, Issue 6, December 2021

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Michael Dan, Eyal Yeheskeli
Abstract: A 30-year-old homosexual man developed pharyngotonsillitis the severity of which necessitated hospitalization for parenteral fluid therapy. Subsequent to unsatisfactory clinical response to antibiotic therapy and the negative tests for group A Streptococcus, together with the ulcerative aspect of tonsillar lesions, the diag
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Saïda Bensliman, Vincent Ninane, Naila Bradstreet, Christian Mélot
Abstract: The management of mental health in addition to physical health in patient with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is often overlooked. Many COPD patients report anxiety and depression due to their respiratory condition. Mindfulness-based approaches has accrued robust evidence base in improving mental health outcom
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Farhad Nejat, Khosrow Jadidi, Shima Eghtedari, Nazanin-Sadat Nabavi
Abstract: Background: Several studies have reported plasma-assisted noninvasive surgery (PANIS method) as a simple, inexpensive, office-based, minimally invasive, effective technique for treating some ocular surface diseases. This study aims to explore the efficacy of this method for occluding tear drainage system, temporary,
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Christine Garde, Kofi Kyeremateng Nyanteng, Claudia Nyarko Mensah
Abstract: The CouldYou?Girls Health Initiative is sustainably addressing the Menstrual Health Management of rural women and girls in Africa. This initiative was extended to some Inhambane and Maputo provinces in Mozambique. Menstrual cups were distributed to three hundred and fifty-two (352) school girls. This comparative study there
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KJ Choi, HJ Jun, Myunghee Yoon
Abstract: Background: Nonthermal endovenous ablation has been needed high amount of sclerosant for the treatment of saphenous vein insufficiency. However, its safe amount has not been known clearly and nonthermal edovenous ablation should be performed avoiding thrombotic complication. This study is to evaluate the feasibility
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Zixiao Huang, Ziwei Cui, Ruoshan Qin, Xuanxuan Yao, Hongli Zhou, Ru Guo, Xiaodong Qin, Xiangyi He
Abstract: Objective: This study aims at downregulating the expression of Livin through shRNA and exploring the sensitivity of Cal 27 to 5-fluorouracil (5-FU), so as to provide some help in resolving the chemotherapy resistance of oral cancer.
Methods: The Livin-targeting shRNA sequence was designed to construct a l
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Toshimi Nakanishi, Miyu Hayasaka, Eri Endo, Ayumi Tsuchiya
Abstract: Ensuring shared decision-making processes between physicians and patients/families through informed consent (IC) is essential. However, information gaps and time constraints can make it difficult to achieve satisfactory IC. Therefore, medical-mediation by “a mediator” was conceived to address these issues. Medical-mediation
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Mbu, Petronella, Rea Deirdra
Abstract: Objective: The rates of pediatric psychiatric patients who present to the Emergency Department (ED) have increased by 20% in the past ten years. There has been limited investigation into addressing this surge. This retrospective Quality Improvement (QI) study evaluates the impact of creating two programs within this
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Abstract: Background: Metabolic Syndrome is becoming an increasingly common public health problem worldwide, including in The Bahamas.
Objective: The aim of this study is to determine the knowledge of physicians in New Providence, Bahamas regarding metabolic syndrome and the adherence to NCEP-ATP III guidelines.
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Ioannis Paxinos, Dimitra Chaldi, Natalia Paxinou
Abstract: Objective
The quality of life experiences of people with intellectual disability during the lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic have received less attention in outcome research in Greece. The aim of this study was to investigate the perceived Quality of life perceptions, anxiety and depression, of individuals w
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Hamdy A. Mohammadien, Gamal M. Agamy, Esrra F. Ahmad, Azza M. Ahmad
Abstract: Background: Clinical assessment and classification of shock is extremely difficult to conduct on critically ill patients. Rapid Ultrasound in Shock (RUSH) is an easily learned and quickly performed shock ultrasound protocol, it allows for rapid evaluation of reversible causes of shock and improves accurate diagnosis
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Huseyin Murat Ozkan, Hamdullah Aydin
Abstract: OBJECTIVE: The assumption that aggression plays a role in suicidal behavior derives from the interpretations made due to low serotonin levels in suicide attempts and aggressive behaviors. In this study, it was aimed to examine the characteristics of aggression and suicide attempt in patients with depression presentin
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M. I. C. C. Guimarães, I. B. Melo, E. N. Itikawa, U. F. de Souza, C. A. Buchpiguel, H. S. Videira
Abstract: This work finds a correlation factor setting a percentage of the difference between the values obtained at the body extremities. The data was obtained from 4 workers who inject and dispose radiopharmaceuticals. The workers handling radioactive material worn both ring and wrist dosimeters, with the exception of the radiophar
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Christos K. Yiannakopoulos, Iakovos Vlastos, Georgios Kallinterakis, Elina Gianzina, Nikolaos Sachinis
Abstract: Purpose: The purpose of this study was to non-invasively evaluate the scapula kinematics in a group of athletes with Acromioclavicular Joint (ACJ) arthritis using inertial sensors.
Methods: In this study 9 male overhead athletes with a mean age 33±5.9 years were enrolled with symptomatic ACJ osteoarthritis
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Megha Dhillon, Vaidehi Mishra
Abstract: The present study is a qualitative investigation of the lived experiences of Indian doctors in the context of the Covid -19 situation in the country. Data was collected through in-depth interviews with ten participants including two female doctors and eight male doctors. The data obtained from the interviews was analysed us
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Erika Ketlem Gomes Trindade, Rosa Fireman Dutra
Abstract: Kidney diseases are a major global health threat and the development of new and improved detection methods for early diagnostic is imperative. Biosensors are devices capable of delivering rapid and specific results, allied to the possibility of miniaturization and point-of-care diagnostics. Different transducing methods are
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Diana M. Hristova
Abstract: Severe asthma is often defined as a separate phenotype of asthma. Different combinations of biological molecules are markers in precise diagnosis of asthma. Type of airway inflammation is the main feature of the disease as well as severity is the main goal in treatment. IgE is produced continuously to maintain consta
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Salwa Mahmoud Elwasif, Mohamed Osama Megahed, Muhammed Ahmed Elhadedy, Ahmed Farouk Donia, Aymen Fathi Refaie
Abstract: Background: Generally end-stage kidney disease (ESKD) patients are more prone to infection, especially patients maintained on Hemodialysis because of frequent attendance to hemodialysis units. Due to their impaired immune response, patients with ESRD are more likely to develop severe complications of any infectious d
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Volume 6, Issue 5, October 2021

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Sun Yong Lee, Amandeep S Gill
Abstract: Approximately 300 milion people worldwide have sickle cell trait and it is considered as a benign carrier state with relative protection to malaria. Despite of occasional reports, sickle cell trait can be associated with significant life-threatening coditions under certain situations such as hypoxia, dehydration, and strenu
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Jingrong Liao, Yawei Wang, Shuangshuang Xue, Yujuan Sun, Wen Jiang, Yuanyuan Xu
Abstract: Decoupling of refractive index (RI) and thickness information of a cell is very importment in cell’s analysis. This paper proposes a method for decoupling the refractive index and thickness of a cell under three-wavelength phase imaging. Based on the Quantitative Phase Imaging (QPI) method, the proposed method can obtain th
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Farage Ftiha, BS, Yakubmiyer Musheyev, BS, Henry Jradeh
Abstract: The Covid 19 pandemic is causing global morbidity and mortality, straining health care systems, and disrupting society, putting individuals with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias (ADRD) at risk of significant harm. In this review paper, we examine the current and expected impact of the pandemic on individuals with A
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Dr. Jennifer Leslie, JD, DHSc.
Abstract: Human trafficking involves harsh exploitation of victims and is a deplorable human rights violation. It can be a danger to one’s health and is a major public health issue. Roughly, 12.3 to 27 million men, women, and children are trafficked worldwide. Close to 17,500 people are trafficked yearly into the United States. Human
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Xiaowei Jiang, Min Yan
Abstract: Atrial fibrillation (AF) is common arrhythmia in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) patients, and indicate badly prognosis. The aim of this study was to determine the value of testing microalbuminuria (MAU) to improve the detective ability of atrial fibrillation in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy patients. The study was retrospe
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García-Solís Eduardo
Abstract: The physician since the time of Hippocrates, more than 2000 years ago, has been considered to have a power. The power of healing. However, over the years, that power has sometimes been degraded. Obsolete hierarchies have been created and perpetuated in hospitals, giving rise to power in medicine. Which has led to the abuse
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CHAI Mei, SU Yang, XIONG Ying, LUO Wei, LIU Jie, ZHOU Feng, ZHANG Yanjun, ZHENG Xin, ZHAO Linyan
Abstract: Objective: To study the cardiopulmonary changes in patients in post-anesthesia care unit by using BLUE protocol and FATE protocol. Methods: The cardiopulmonary ultrasonography of 60 patients with hypoxemia in post anesthesia care unit were analyzed retrospectively, and the cardiopulmonary ultrasonography of patients with hy
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Volume 6, Issue 4, August 2021

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Dr. Luis Fernando García-Frade Ruiz
Abstract: Probably, a “brain at the limit” and its organic manifestation that could perhaps be called more appropriately as “REDIS”, represent from an integral point of view of the human being, the first entity with a clear relationship between what one feels, emotions, the brain, behavior and physical discomfort, a syndrome perhaps
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Stephan Eyer
Abstract: Objectives and Design – This case report describes the disturbing symptom of mirror self-misperception, a delusion known as Capgras syndrome.
Setting and Participant – A video recording captures the confusion of a demented patient who does not recognize himself in his reflected image, and instead perceive
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Natalie Wen, Muath Aldosari, Sang E. Park
Abstract: The aim of the study was to evaluate the association between emotional intelligence (EI) and the non-cognitive components of student data, such as age, gender, gap year prior to starting dental school, and number of adversities experienced in life. A validated EI questionnaire was sent to the dental students from the gradu
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Volume 6, Issue 3, June 2021

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Abstract: We report a case of atrial fibrillation associated with cardiac accessory tissues in a 36-year-old patient. The clinical symptomatology was dominated by recurrent palpitations and right heart failure. Doppler echocardiography revealed a couple of cardiac accessory tissues causing dilatation of right cardiac chambers.
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Brown Holy, Enyi Alice Ruhuoma, Davies Tamunoemine
Abstract: This study examined the distribution of the E23K allele variant of the KCNJ11 gene in type 2 diabetes mellitus and non- diabetics in a Nigerian population. The E23K polymorphism of the KCNJ11 gene results from a substitution of the amino acid lysine to glutamate at codon 23. This alteration causes a critical inhibition of g
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Daniel Benharroch, Roberto Umansky
Abstract: The recognition of a cascade stomach, based on imaging, is not usually disputed by the clinician. Except for initiating therapy for reflux symptoms or for dyspepsia, a specific treatment is seldom required. Thus, a cascade stomach rarely attracts the interest of the gastroenterologist. Occasionally, more disparate features
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Angel San Miguel Rodríguez, Alicia Armentia Medina, Blanca Martín-Armentia, Sara Martín-Armentia, Angel San Miguel Hernández, Blanca Martín Armentia, Carmen Lozano Estevan, Irene Iglesias Peinado
Abstract: Background. Spain occupies the first positions in the world in consumption of edible bulbs (garlic and onion), however there are hardly any references about its ability to cause allergic symptoms.Our objective was to study the allergic sensitization and clinical symptoms associated with garlic and onion in a large sa
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Marlene Morais Ribeiro
Abstract: Framework: The health service organizations expect manager nurses develop activities that foster the best quality scores both in terms of assistance and in terms of management. To do so, the managers have to master management skills.
Purpose: To understand the activity carried out by the manager nurses in
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Zhou-feng Wang, Heng Fan
Abstract: Objective: To investigate the relationship between early sedation depth and clinical outcomes in mechanically ventilated patients with sepsis.
Methods: A prospective cohort study was conducted in an adult intensive care unit (ICU), and detailed clinical data of septic patients were collected. Multivariable
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Jibon Sharma, Gautam Goswami
Abstract: The assessment of mean glandular dose is important to reduce and control the potential risk of radiation induced carcinogenesis during mammography procedure. The quantity which describes amount of risk for glandular tissue caused by application of radiation in mammography is called mean glandular dose (MGD). The purpose of
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Huijuan Chen, Qiqi Liu, Gang Wu, Shengqi Wang
Abstract: Carbapenem-reistant enterobacteriaceae (CRE) have been significant increasing recently and are highly endemic in China. Several studies demonstrated the prevalence of antibiotic resistance determinants (ARD) in CRE clinical isolates, but there was no comprehensive overview based on ARDs among CRE clinical isolates in Mainla
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Ludmila Pavlovna Pivovarova, Mikhail Ivanovich Gromov, Aleksandr Nikolaevich Tulupov, Vladimir Nikolaevich Lapshin, Aleksandr Valeryevich Nikitin, Irina Viktorovna Osipova, Olga Borisovna Ariskina
Abstract: A single-center efficacy study of sodium deoxyribonucleate in 54 patients with polytrauma was conducted. The main/control group consisted of 27/27 patients (21/20 males), aged 39(29;51)/40(26;53) years with the Injury Severity Score of 26(22;34)/25(20;29). Sodium deoxyribonucleate is hydrophilic fragments of native DNA. Ra
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Volume 6, Issue 2, April 2021

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Aydın Kant, Hacer Kuzu Okur, Zerrin Pelin, Hatice Türker
Abstract: Objective: Obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS) is a disease that causes recurrent episodes of apnea, disrupting sleep integrity, significantly impairing functionality and causing neuropsychiatric disorders. In our study, it was aimed to determine whether there is a relationship between theseverity of OSAS and anx
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Dinesh Naidoo
Abstract: A patient with a presumed cerebellar haemangioblastoma was referred for stereotactic radiosurgery after initially undergoing an unsuccessful attempt at surgical excision. The lesion subsequently proved to be a cystic adenocarcinoma
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Jessica Oliveira, DMS, MSPA, Daniel Hu, Eleanor Lawrence, MPH, Taraneh Shirazian, MD
Abstract: COVID-19 will negatively impact maternal health outcomes in low-resource, rural communities. The indirect effects of the pandemic on the health of women and girls are significant and concerning. Many factors contribute to poor maternal health outcomes during the COVID-19 pandemic, including travel restrictions, limited fina
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Junming Gong, Li Qiu, Fumin Zhao, Xiaoqin Jiang
Abstract: An 11-month-old child experienced a severe life-threatening airway obstruction due to an accidentally inhaled foreign body that had become lodged in his tracheal carina. He showed shortness of breath, continued to groan, and had three positive concave signs when he came to our emergent department. The blood gas analysis sho
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Volume 6, Issue 1, February 2021

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Kabala K.E, Chukwu O.P, Gavi O, Matsela L, Monokoane S.T
Abstract: Background: Fetus in fetu is a rare malformation in which a parasitic twin is within a more mature twin. Most of the fetus in fetu are located in the retroperitoneum and are acardiac and anencephalic. Case presentation: Here, a presentation is made of an oropharyngeal fetus in fetu, which was a referral from
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Yehao Luo, Donghan Xu, Luqiu Wei, Geer Chen, Yuzhou Pang
Abstract: Systemic lupus erythematosus(SLE),known as lupus,is a chronic autoimmune disease and there is no cure for SLE.The western medication can improve syndromes to some extent,however,severe adverse drug reactions appear at the same time.Recently,it is confirmed that Chinese medicine also can have an excellent clinical efficacy o
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Yun Zhang, Hongtao Liu
Abstract: Since the outbreak of novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in China, Chinese nurses have undertaken most of the tasks to nursing severe COVID-19 patients, so they take a huge risk of exposure. Therefore, personal prevention and protection are of great importance.This article will introduce advantages of a new type of isolat
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Yang-Ming Lee, Chew-Teng Kor
Abstract: Aim: The etiology and epidemiology of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) has been linked to the entero-ecosystem, involving microbiome and entero-hepatic endocrine system. The human appendix, a microbial reservoir for repopulating the gastrointestinal tract, has currently been considered a crucial part of the immune syst
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Luis E.Voyer, Caupolicán Alvarado
Abstract: Maillard reaction. Pathogenic effects. Certain organoleptic modifications by way of processing and cooking foods at high temperatures in dry heat, make them especially appetizing and object of addiction. It results from Mayllard reaction, or glycation, consisting on the non-enzymatic union between carbonyl groups, mainly fr
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Fan Zhu, Sonal Paul, Eric Miller, Chathula Kumarasinghe, Bahaa Mokhtar, Madhumathi Kalavar
Abstract: Introduction: Granular cell astrocytoma (GCA) does not have defined radiological criteria/appearance for diagnosis. Here we present a case of GCA that was initially diagnosed as primary CNS lymphoma before pathologic diagnosis was available.
Case Description: We report a 73 year old male patient who prese
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Volume 5, Issue 6, December 2020

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Mphahlele M.J., Motswaledi M.H., Towobola O.A.
Abstract: OBJECTIVE: Pericardial effusion has become a common clinical condition and consequent to human immunodeficiency virus pandemic, the condition has been on the increase. Its effects on the heart often present as an emergency requiring early recognition and interventions to prevent disability and death. This study evaluated th
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P.T. Moshane, M.A. Mogale, A. Adu, O.A. Towobola
Abstract: Background: Despite widespread availability and use of statin lipid lowering drugs in the management of diabetic dyslipidaemia (DD), many patients with Type-2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) do not reach the lipid targets recommended by most diabetic management guidelines. This study, highlights the prevalence and patterns of DD a
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Lineo Matsela, Olakunle A. Towobola, Ephraim T. Mokgokong
Abstract: ABSTRACT Objective: Loss of bone mineral density follows as a consequence of hormonal changes, as women transit from perimenopause to menopause. This study investigated the effect of such a transition on bone demineralisation among Black South African women.Methods: Two groups of women stratified by their menstrual history
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Shaadaiti·Wufuer, Anaguli·Ababaikeli, Gulina·Ababaikeli
Abstract: Objective: To discuss the feasibility and therapeutic efficacy of the three types of treatment methods for Gestational trophoblastic tumor(GTT).
Methods: 72 patients diagnosed as GTT were selected and divided into three groups according to different treatment styles including single chemotherapy (group A)
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Volume 5, Issue 5, October 2020

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Hryhorieva O. A., Guminskiy Yu.Yo., Chernyavskiy A. V., Tavrog M.L., Zinich O.L.
Abstract: In modern literature, there are sufficient data concerning clinical manifestations of connective tissue dysplasia, its diagnosis, principles of correction, but works devoted to factors that lead to dysplasia, and morphological manifestations of this condition are insufficient.The aim: to establish a reactive morphological c
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Eduardo Mejia, Eric F. Reichman
Abstract: An orbital compartment syndrome is an ophthalmic emergency characterized by an acute rise in orbital pressure that can cause damage to ocular and intraorbital structures. It can result in irreversible blindness if not reversed quickly. Decompression via a lateral canthotomy and cantholysis is often required as a quick metho
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Kodkin Vladimir
Abstract: The paper presents the results of experimental studies that suggest the existence of cause-effect relationships between the process of changing the level of human blood glucose and its electrocardiograms (ECG)
During the studies, the ECG of several people of different ages and physical conditions was recorded simultaneo
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Volume 5, Issue 4, August 2020

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Gang-Huang, Bin Lai Lin, Jian Hui Hu, Fu Hua Qiu, Wen Ya Zhang, Zhi Liang Zhang, Hong Fan, Min Lu, Jiang Bo Li
Abstract: This study aimed to explore the differences between the effectiveness of using a combination of rehabilitation and acceptance commitment therapy (ACT), and rehabilitation therapy alone for the treatment of spinal cord injury (SCI). The newly admitted patients with spinal cord injury whose post-traumatic stress disorder (PTS
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Mark Jaradeh, Brett Curran, Wickii T. Vigneswaran
Abstract: Resection is the principal mode of treatment for early stage non-small cell lung cancer and the only treatment that is potentially curative. As such, surgical approach can be a crucial factor in successful treatment. Over the past three decades, the surgical modalities within thoracic surgery have undergone massive changes,
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Volume 5, Issue 3, June 2020

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Zhou, Fang-Qiang
Abstract: The focus of present review is on the proposal that pyruvate may be a potential candidate in treating critical care patients with Covid-19 virus infection. The pyruvate anion has beneficial properties to protect organ function by increase of hypoxia/anoxia tolerance, correction of hypoxic lactic acidosis, exertion of anti-o
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Volume 5, Issue 2, April 2020

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Xun Tang, Pan Jiang, Huanhuan Chen, Jun Wu, Xiaodong Xie, Xuelian Mao, Dongping Mo, Li Tang, Feng Yan
Abstract: tRNA derived fragments are differentiated expressed in human breast cancer( BC) tissues. Among of them, 5-tRF-His attracted our attention due to its potential role in breast cancer progression. PCR and in situ hybridization were used to measure the expression and location of 5-tRF-His. The role of 5-tRF-His in vitro was exp
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Lai Xiong, Xiao Qi Xie, Wei Ming Li, Xin Wu, Yong Luo, Ping Ai, Feng Wang, Deng Bing Wu, Yuan Zhao Liu, Jing Bo Kang, RuoYuWang, Bao Lin Qu, Xian Feng Li, Jun Jie Wang
Abstract: Glioma is a primary brain tumor with a high incidence and a poor prognosis. Although it is treated by surgery, radiotherapy and other methods, the prognosis of patients is still not satisfactory. With the continuous development of medical technology, more and more Many biological molecular markers are recognized.The combine
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Volume 5, Issue 1, February 2020

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Kai Xing, Zefeng Kang
Abstract: Purpose: To assess the efficacy and safety of intravitreal conbercept injections in patients with macular edema (ME) secondary to branch retinal vein occlusion (BRVO).
Methods: The study included 33 patients (38 eyes) with ME secondary to BRVO who received intravitreal conbercept 0.05mL injections. The op
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Volume 4, Issue 6, December 2019

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Penttilä Ilkka, Penttilä Karri, Ranta Päivi, Törrönen Jukka, Savonen Kai
Abstract: In this report the use of the units, diagnostic limits and the quality aspects of hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) were studied in worldwide clinical laboratory practice. In addition, the quality aspects were calculated for the target values from the surveys of Labquality Ltd. and ERLGH. The use of HbA1c units and the diagnostic limi
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Dr. H.D.W.S Kudagammana, Dr. R.M.C.J Rathnayaka, Mr. B.W.M.S.B Weerasooriya, Dr. K.M.A.G Karunathilaka, Mr. J.A.C.N Kumara
Abstract: Knowledge on Group B Streptococcus (GBS) carriage among Sri Lankans is very low compared to other countries of the South Asian region. A descriptive cross-sectional study was carried out to determine GBS colonization among consecutive 50 pregnant mothers at or beyond 35 weeks of gestation at T H Peradeniya attending obstetr
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Wen-chao Li, Ning Ruan, Yuan Tian, Wei Zu, Hai-jie Guan, Yang Lin, min-Qiang Zhao, jiang Xu
Abstract: AbstractBackground: Unicystic ameloblastoma (UAB) is a relatively rare type of Ameloblastoma (AB) and often occurs in adolescents. The technique of decompression by fenestration can help to preserve the appearance and function of the jaws. Purpose: The aim of this study is to validate the efficacy of the decompression by fe
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NONG Yuan, XIAO Hai, CHEN Kui, ZHANG Tai-peng, LI Xiu-fen
Abstract: Objectiv:To analysis of the influence factors of thrombolytic therapy of urokinase in patients with acute cerebral infarction in order to predictive the thrombolytic therapy.Methods:From January 2012 to June 2016, 129 patients with acute cerebral infarction treated with intravenous urokinase thrombolysis therapy were divide
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Eduardo Jorge da Fonseca Lima, Maria Anáide Zacchê de Sá Abreu e Lima, Eduardo Just da Costa e Silva
Abstract: Background:Despite the 2001 standardized interpretation criteria established by the World Health Organization, the radiological identification of pneumonia in childrenremains challenging, with significant inter-observer variability persisting.Objectives: To describe the epidemiological and clinical characteristics of commun
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Zhong Weiwei, Li Chunyu, Zhang Hailian
Abstract: With the transformation of China's medical system reform in recent years, it has changed from the patient-centered nursing model to the human health-centered nursing model. The scope of work extends to the prevention of disease, the promotion of health, the freedom from physical and mental pain throughout the life process,
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Hongtao Xiong, Yuzhou Liu, Yongqing Zhuang, Jie Lao, Chunling Chen
Abstract: Background To introduce a new surgical approach for Achilles tendon repair and analyze its clinical effect and postoperative complications compared with the traditional long incision approach. Methods A retrospective control study of 43 patients treated with Achilles tendon rupture using two different approaches carried out
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Volume 4, Issue 5, October 2019

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Asha K Rajan, Vedha pal Jeyamani.S, Swarna Priya Basker, Kaviya.U, Merlin Joan Of Arc. M.C, Elizabeth Benita.S
Abstract: Sexual hormones are of essential importance for reproduction and later in life for metabolism, cardiovascular system and general well being of women. Menopause leads to a multiple loss of functions with decrease in estrogen, progesterone levels particularly in regions of brain, bone, skin, connective tissue, peripheral vess
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Wang Hui
Abstract: Infrastructure projects are always in a changing environment and are full of risks.In view of the shortcomings of the current single TOT financing model and the failure of the project, this paper proposes an innovative TOT integrated financing model from the perspective of comprehensive integration, aiming to strengthen its
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Gulyuk A.G, Grigorieva E.А., Varzhapetian S.D., Stroganova T.V.
Abstract: We assume that the nature of the pathological changes in the mucous membrane of the maxillary sinus should also depend on the nature of the stomatology procedures that were carried out before the development of maxillary sinusitis. The literature suggests that changes in the composition of glycoconjugates correlate with the
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Xiao-Dong Shao
Abstract: Pancreatic cancer is projected to become the second most common cause of cancer-related death in the United States in 2030, overtaking deaths from breast and colon cancers. Although increased screening has led to improvements in the detection of certain cancers such as colorectal cancer, the same is not true for pancreatic
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Kawtar Nassar, Wafae Rachidi, Saadia Janani, Ouafa Mkinsi
Abstract: Autoimmune thyroid disease (AITD), also called chronic lymphocytic thyroiditis or Hashimoto thyroiditis, is an inflammatory thyroiditis that is characterized by thyroid lymphocytic infiltration. It's one of the commonest causes of hypothyroidism, that has been associated with several autoimmune diseases including rheumatolo
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Ibrahim S. Yar’Zever, Ibrahim Rabiu
Abstract: Background: In Nigeria generally and Kano in particular pregnant mothers increasingly attend antenatal clinics but utilization of skilled delivery service remains very low. The individual or health system factors that affect women’s preferences for delivery places are not clearly well known. Method: A case control study wa
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Roshanak Baghaei Roodsari, Ali Esteki, Gholamreza Aminian, Esmaeil Ebrahimi Takamjani, Mohammad Ebrahim Mousavi, Basir Majdoleslami
Abstract: Background: Current knee braces are not being used for extended periods by knee OA patients due interface problems; so compliance is an issue. The aim of this study was to design a new orthosis which could be providing the required correction to reduce medial compartment loading. Case Description and Methods: A new knee ort
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Cristina Roque Ferreira, Pedro Gil Oliveira, Manuel Cruz, Manuela Gonçalo, Paulo Donato
Abstract: In our institution, two cases of granular cell tumor of the breast described in this document were observed. Both share a similar clinical-radiological aspect, very similar to a carcinoma; so, in both cases, the VTIQ study was carried out. In one of the cases, after VTIQ study, the characteristics of malignancy were reinfor
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Shi Hui, Ye Lei, Lu Hen, Yang Miaofang, Liu Chang, Wang Fangyu
Abstract: Objective To improve the understanding of Delayed systemic reactions to infliximab retreatment.Method Two cases of anaphylactic reaction following infliximab infusion in patients with active Crohn’s disease(CD) were reported. Both had previously received infliximab treatment over more than one year ago. Related literature
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Volume 4, Issue 4, August 2019

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Elshedoudy Sahar, Taha Fatma, Adel Mona, Taha Fatma
Abstract: Background: Right ventricular (RV) dysfunction in atrial switch patients has an important prognostic significance. The quantitative echocardiographic modalities (strain & strain rate) enhanced RV function noninvasive assessment. Methods: 28 patients with complete TGA who underwent Senning procedure were included and divided
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Ni Qianxi, Wong Peifong, Zhang Jiutang, Chen Ni
Abstract: Purpose: This study aimed to analyze the dose attenuation caused by four kinds of commonly used commercial treatment couches (Elekta iBEAM evo Couch, Varian Exact Couch (Standard Couch), Varian Exact IGRT Couch, and BrainLAB imaging Couch) in IMRT and VMAT. Method: Six patients with prostate cancer were planned with both
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Volume 4, Issue 3, June 2019

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Abstract: Inorganic oxidants have rarely been used for the oxidation of alcohls to the corresponding carbonyl compounds.This paper deals with the kinetics of oxidation of industrially important secondary cyclic alcohols,Cyclopentanol,Cyclohexanol and Cyclooctanol by K2S2O8 in acidic medium,under first order kinetic conditions with re
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Wilczyńska Tacjana, Semivolos Andriy
Abstract: Background: Pediatric palliative care services in the world are provided through two principal models: institutional and home-based. Integration of those models is also applied.
Aim: To assess the effectiveness of home-based pediatric palliative care model in the developing economy setting of Ukraine.
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Kai Sung, Hsu Sheng Cheng
Abstract: Current methods for detecting and identifying respiratory viruses in patient samples are based on viral amplification in cell culture followed by antibody detection. These methods are time-consuming, costly and depend upon complex and expensive equipment as well as resources. DNA-based microarrays have the potential and u
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Dr. Shaherzad Sohail., Dr Lubna Raiz Dar., Dr Wajeeha Asghar Ali.
Abstract: The causes of maternal mortality are direct or indirect. It is important to investigate the causes of maternal mortality as maternal mortality is an indicator of nation health. Reviewing and analyzing the causes of maternal deaths we can find out areas to improve our health care system and this is crucial for reduction in m
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Volume 4, Issue 2, April 2019

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MD, FACC, FESC, Valentina Bucciarelli, Piergiusto Vitulli, Sabina Gallina
Abstract: The Coumadin/Warfarin ridge (CWR), also known as “Q-tip” sign in cardiac magnetic resonance (CMR) imaging, consists in a prominent muscle ridge lying in the left atrium, in-between the left atrial appendage and the insertion of left upper pulmonary vein; due to its shape and position it is often misdiagnosed as a left atria
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Yuanhong Xiao, Gang Wang, Xuan Zhang, Guodong Zhao, Qu Liu, Zhipeng Zhou, Minggen Hu
Abstract: Background Congenital splenic cyst of children is an uncommon lesion. Robotic manipulations for congenital splenic cyst of children have not been reported.
Methods A nine-year-old girl with cystic neoplasm originating from the middle-lower pole of spleen was performed robotic cystectomy and partial sp
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Volume 4, Issue 1, February 2019

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Li-fa Xu, Chang-hao Hou, Xiao-huan Lu
Abstract: Background: According to WHO estimates, more than 2 billion people worldwide have been infected with Hepatitis B Virus, and hepatitis B has seriously harmed human health.Objective: This study aims to understand the current status of hepatitis B infection in college students, to explore the performance patterns and compositi
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Huang Z.Q., Gao M.J., Feng G.Q, Ma X.S, Wang R
Abstract: Abstract: Aims: In view of the current study on the fingerprint of panax pseudo-ginseng, panax ginseng and panax quinquefolium, the identification features can not be clearly distinguished. HPLC and NIRS analysis technologies were used to establish the fingerprint of p. notoginseng flower, p. ginseng flower and p. quinquef
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Volume 3, Issue 3, June 2018

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Yingchun Zhu, Xuewen Jia, Zhanping Jin, Yunfeng Mi, Zheyang Wang, Yufeng Zhu, Chunxiao Gu, Jihong Zhang, Cui Wang, Dongdong Xia
Abstract: Objective. To evaluate functional outcomes and complications in a consecutive group of patients with elbow osteochondritis dissecans(OCD) treated with arthroscopic procedure. Methods. Twenty-seven patients who had undergone arthroscopic procedure for elbow osteochondritis dissecans (OCD) were recruited from May 2013 to July
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Volume 3, Issue 2, April 2018

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LI Le-le
Abstract: Objective:The main target of interest and behavior through the analysis of the government, the hospital, the insured persons in the medical insurance reform, related conclusions of game theory analysis of individual interests. Study design:According to the equilibrium point of the incentive compatibility principle for the
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Volume 3, Issue 1, February 2018

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Abd Elrahman M. A.Osman, Shingray O., H, Mohammed , A. M, Omer M. Tahir, Ahmed A. Mohamedani
Abstract: This study was a descriptive study to assess the bacteriological quality of Port Sudan drinking water sources and its subsidiary network until it reaches the consumers; in the period October 2005 and April 2007.Ten samples as negative control, and ninety samples were collected from seven different sources and examined bacte
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Mateja Primožič, Željko Knez, Jitendra Kumar Pandey, Maja Leitgeb
Abstract: Nanotechnology advances in drug delivery deal with the development of synthetic nanometer sized targeting delivery systems for therapeutic agents. Nanoparticles (NPs) as drug delivery system have received much attention in recent years. They can provide a selective targeting and can be tailor-made with the desired character
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Volume 2, Issue 3, June 2017

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Ntombizodwa Makurira Nyoni, Sikukumwa Ellion
Abstract: Abstract: This paper presented evidence from 50 self administered-questionnaires and interviews with a sample of Rundu men who participated in a mixed descriptive research study. The purpose of this study was to describe the knowledge, attitude and practice of men who came for voluntary male medical circumcision: A case of
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Volume 2, Issue 2, April 2017

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Babur M. Shakirov, M.D., Komil R. Tagaev, M.D., Erkin A. Hakimov, M.D.
Abstract: Acute renal failure is one of the major complications of burns and it is accompanied by a high mortality rate. Most renal failures occur either immediately after the injury or at a later period when sepsis develops. Fifty four materials of autopsies of died patients being treated at Burn Department of Samarkan
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Volume 2, Issue 1, February 2017

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Abstract: BACKGROUND: In this study, association of between drop-out and inflamation were investigated in peritoneal dialysis (PD) patients with end-stage renal failure (ESRF) .METHOD: Of the 150 ESRF patients who were started with or switched to PD, 46 drop-out patients were evaluated retrospectively. Patients demographic characteri
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Volume 1, Issue 2, December 2016

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Abstract: Aims: Fever is a common event occurring in 14%–91% of postoperative patients. Most cases of fever immediately following surgery are self-limiting. For greater temperature increases, evaluation of postoperative fever can entail a lengthy differential diagnosis that must be narrowed by the interpretation of available data. Th
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A.Sedky, Ahmed Abdel-Rahim, Eslam Sedky
Abstract: We reported here the concepts, applications and side effects of radiotherapy on the human tissue. The properties of x and γ rays, and their applications on the tumor tissues such as radiation therapy, gamma camera and gamma Knife are presented. Further, the physics of laser and its applications such as photo-coagulation, ph
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Hsin-Li Liu, Chuan-Mei Chen, Liang -Guei Huang, Horng -Mo Lee, Yueh-Chin Chung
Abstract: Background: The incidence of juvenile fibromyalgia (JFM) in Taiwan has yet to be documented. As such, we investigated the incidence, risk factors, and comorbidities of JFM in this country.Methods: We analyzed the 2000–2010 claims data of outpatients diagnosed with JFM (ICD-9-CM codes 729.1) from the National Health Insuranc
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Antonio Corvino, Orlando Catalano, Fabio Corvino
Abstract: The occurrence of intracystic hemorrhage in benign liver cysts is usually seen in huge solitary cysts and in older individuals. We report a case of multiple simple hepatic cysts with intracystic hemorrhage complicating one of the cysts in whom the correct diagnosis was accurately made by Contrast-Enhanced Low-MI Real-Time U
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Fabio Corvino M.D., Antonio Corvino M.D., Luca Centore M.D., Emilio Soreca M.D., Alfonso Bencivenga M.D
Abstract: Pseudoaneurysms secondary to pancreatitis, acute or chronic, are a rare complication (reported incidence in a range from 1.3% to 10%), potentially lethal. An early detection and intervention, either surgical or by minimally invasive interventional procedure, is vital for the patient. Multidetector Computed Tomography is the
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Shahajahan Banu, Sarah Abdullah Mobarak
Abstract: Prevalence of Obesity among Nursing Students at College of Applied Medical Sciences, Wadi Al Dawasir. This study aimed to determine the prevalence of obesity among female nursing students by using body mass index and to find the obesity prevalence according to their age. Adopting a descriptive design, 100 female nursing stu
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María de la Caridad Menéndez-Sainz, Sergio González-García, Alina González-Quevedo, Marisol Peña-Sánchez, Rebeca Fernández-Carriera, Anay Cordero-Eiriz
Abstract: Background. Lysosomal storage diseases (LSD) are a group of more than 50 genetic disorders and demonstrating deficiency of enzyme activity (EA) should be the first step in its diagnosis. Referral for molecular studies when an LSD is suspected is mainly based in the measurement of the percent relative enzyme activity; never
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Odey Daisy Mary, Amos Dangana, Idris Abdullah Nasir, James Adisa
Abstract: AbstractBackground: The frequent use of herbal preparations for treatment of infections and diseases have led to the need to investigate possible side effects that could be associated with these plants. Objective of study: This study was designed to investigate the effects of aqueous leaf extracts of Albizzia lebbeck on the
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Volume 1, Issue 1, October 2016

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Kaixuan YAN, MD, Heng Gao, MD, PhD
Abstract: Background and importance We describe a patient who occurred intraoperative aneurysm ruptured (IAR) of aneurysms neck and the surgeon use a piece of endocranium to assisted clip and achieve a good result.Clinical presentation A 62-year-old women was admitted with an acute subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH). She underwent, after
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houjun Zheng, Ke Ma, Xiao-Ji Wang, Li-Mei Wang
Abstract: Polyphenol resveratrol (RSV) has been associated with Silent Information Regulator T1 (SIRT1) and AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK) metabolic stress sensors and probably responds to the intracellular energy status. Our purpose is to investigate the neuroprotective effects of RSV and the association with SIRT1 and AMPK sig
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Alfonso Lagi MD. PhD, Simone Cencetti MD
Abstract: Introduction: the association between chronic constitutional hypotension (CCH) and symptoms is uncertain both as pathophysiological correlation as a statistical link. The study was undertaken in order to investigate the existence of a significant association between CCH and symptoms and identify the most represented ones.Me
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Paul H. Hartel, MD, Donald R. Fleming, MD
Abstract: While targeted therapies are available for breast cancer patients whose tumors express ER, PR, or show HER-2 overexpression, no such treatment exists for “triple-negative” cases. As immunohistiochemistry (IHC) expression of Cyclin D1 has been shown concordant with Cyclin D1 gene amplification, we evaluated Cyclin D1 IHC exp
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Karavay A., Karavay P., KaliadaT., Nefyodov L.
Abstract: The creation methodology of pathogenetic compositions of amino acids and their derivatives on the basis of their physiological concentration for practical application in oncology of their regulatory effects discussed.
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Kobra Shiasi Arani, Kobra Shiasi Arani, MD
Abstract: Background— the prevalence of overweight and obesity among children and adolescents is increasing worldwide. Concordantly with the increase in obesity the prevalence of the metabolic syndrome is raising in children and youth. The metabolic syndrome imposes a substantial risk for type 2 diabetes mellitus and premature corona
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Kobra Shiasi Arani, Sedighe Asgarian
Abstract: Introduction:Short stature is one of the most common causes of referral to the endocrinology and pediatric clinics and in most cases is due to normal variants of growth such as familial short stature or constitutional growth delay, but it may be due to some treatable and important diseases. In this study we investigate the
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Mahmoud Edessy, Abdel Aziz G. El Darwish, Ahmed Ali M. Nasr, Manal G. Abd El Aty, Mahmoud I. El Rashedy, Hosam H. El Katatny, Fawzya M.
Abstract: Background: Chronic pelvic pain (CPP) is cyclic or noncyclic, intermittent or constant discomfort in the pelvic region for at least 6 months. It is a common complaint in female adolescents that may be overlooked.Objective: To evaluate CPP in adolescents using transvaginal ultrasound (TVS) and laparoscopy.Study design: This
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Mahmoud Edessy, Abd El Aziz G. Al Darwish, Hosam H. El Katatny, Manal G. Abd El Aty, Ahmed Abd El Hamed, Osama Abd El Azeem
Abstract: Background: It is estimated that 150–200 million people, or 3% of the world's population, are living with chronic hepatitis C. Objective: to identify the prevalence of HCV among pregnant women and infants of infected women and detect risk factors and the rate of vertical transmission.Methods: 3000 births of pregnant women a
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Naser A. ElSawy, Abdullah G.Alkushi, Amal Almattry, Hataba A.A
Abstract: Toxoplasma gondii (T. gondii) is found worldwide in many species, including carnivorous and herbivorous mammals and birds. The definitive host of this parasite has been shown to be cats, which have been associated with the transmission of the parasite in every population investigated. Serum samples were examined for antibod
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Ieda Regina Lopes Del Ciampo, Luiz Antonio Del Ciampo
Abstract: Dietary fiber (DF) is a polymer of high molecular weight carbohydrates which are not hydrolyzed by endogenous enzymes in the intestine of human beings, which are found in food and which have physiological effects beneficial for health. The major sources of DF are of plant origin: cereals, legumes, fruits, vegetables and tub
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