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The place of US for the diagnosis of clinically suspected abdominal bleeding in trauma patients
Abstract: Purpose: We present our experience in the diagnosis,follow-up and planning therapy of free abdominal collections in trauma patients using conventional and interventional ultrasound. Methods and Materials:195 emergency trauma patients/136male and 59 female/ were examined by US for a period of 3 years. The right and left..
Comparison of Orthodontic Techniques used for treating patients with severe form of scissor bite: a systematic review
Abstract : Background: Severe forms of scissor bite or Brodie syndrome is rare orthodontic malocclusion that occurs with a frequency of 0.01% in general population. Several methods have been described to obtain a correction from a dental, skeletal and soft tissutal points of view. In literature it was described: jaws osteotomies,..
Toward Surreptitious Remote Sensing of Blood Alcohol Concentration: Results with Integrated Near-Infrared Spectral Imaging and Laser Speech Detection
Abstract: Alcohol abuse is a major problem in the United States. The most common measurement tool used in law enforcement for the determination of alcohol concentration in subjects is the breath analyzer (BrAC), and subjects know when they are being measured. However, when surreptitious measurements of BrAC in freely moving huma..
Mythology may NOT be Just A Myth: Theoretical Biology may NOT be Just A Theory: Connecting The Dots: Was "Sanjeevani" Naloxone?
Abstract: Steve Jobs, the co-founder of Apple Inc., once spoke that the connection among the past-dots happens in the present times, that explore the past in the retrospect. Henceforth, in the below-mentioned and elaborated text, the focus is on the possibility to explore the science underplayed when "Sanjeevani" (the reviver) w..
"Paid" Medical Research For Students: Time For Minimum-Wage Medical Research Internships
Abstract: As a researcher myself, I have always wondered about what drives the pursuit of research. There is data to suggest the positive impact of medical student research for future evolution as academic physicians or physician-scientists. The data from undergraduate student research, however, suggests that pre-medical student..
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Induction of labour in women with nonscarred uterus using balloon catheter: Randomised controlled trial
Abstract : Induction of labour is a common obstetric procedure. At present, different methods are used for induction of labour in women. One of these methods is Foley catheter, which is a low cost method that can induce labour with less risk to the fetus. This is one of the first studies in the Middle East aiming to study efficac..
Crossed Steinmann Pin Fixation In Supracondylar Femur Fractures In Adults A Case Series
Abstract: Supracondylar femur fractures in adults is a complex fracture constitutes approximately 1% of total fractures and 4-7% of all femoral fractures (Kolmert, 1982)1. There is a bimodal distribution, with young patients with high energy trauma and elderly patients with low-energy falls. Approximately 85% of these fractures ..
Gait Analysis in Uner Tan Syndrome Cases with Key Symptoms of Quadrupedal Locomotion, Mental Impairment, and Dysarthric or No Speech
Abstract: Introduction: Uner Tan syndrome (UTS) consists of quadrupedal locomotion (QL), impaired intelligence and dysarthric or no speech. Previously, I described the walk of cases with UTS as diagonal sequence (DS) because of ipsilateral limb interference, mostly observed in nonhuman primates with DS QL. The only gait analysis..
Iatrogenic Coccydynia (Coccyx Pain) After Chiropractic Actuator Treatments: Case Report
Abstract : Coccyx pain (also called coccydynia, or tailbone pain) has a broad range of etiologies, including traumatic and non-traumatic causes. Iatrogenic etiologies of coccydynia are rarely reported. This is the first report of iatrogenic coccydynia due to the use of a chiropractic actuator. An actuator (also known as an activa..
Stress symptoms among students in an elementary school in Kashan, Iran
Abstract: Background Some people think that children’s world is full of games and free from any tension. However, children might feel mental and emotional pressure due to different stressors. Therefore, this study was conducted to assess the stress symptoms among students in elementary school in Kashan, Iran. Methods A cro..
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