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A rare presentation of triple a syndrome with priminent neurological and hematological Features: A case report
Abstract : Triple A (AAA) syndrome was first described by Jeremy Allgrove in 1978 as uncommon. We reported a 30-year-old woman who presented in our clinic with symptoms of Adrenal Failure, Achlasiacardia and alacramia with a rare hematological manifestation rarely seen...
C-Kit and Bcl-2 Expression in Testicular Cancer
Abstract: Alterations of C-Kit and Bcl-2 have been shown to play important roles in many types of human cancers. Although there are emerging studies of C-Kit in testicular cancer biology, the significance of Bcl-2 in testicular neoplasms has not been well understood. We studied C-Kit and Bcl-2 expressions by immunohistochemist..
Comparative study between Stapled Hemorrhoidopexy and LigaSure Haemorrhoidectomy
Abstract : This is a prospective study aimed to compare the results of stapled hemorrhoidopexy with LigaSure Haemorrhoidectomy. This study included 50 patients who were divided into 25 patients underwent stapled hemorrhoidopexy and 25 patients underwent LigaSure Haemorrhoidectomy. Operation time and postoperative progress was ass..
The prevalence of needle stick injury among healthcare personnel in a tertiary care hospital in Kolkata
Abstract : Backdrop: Globally, NSIs are the most common source of occupational exposures to blood and the primary cause of blood-borne infections of HCWs. The greatest threats are hepatitis B and C viruses followed by HIV. Studies from India have reported a high rate of NSI amongst resident doctors and nurses. The objective of th..
Uterine fibroids: Repeat myomectomy converted to supracervical hysterectomy. A case report and literature review.
Abstract : Uterine Leiomyomata or fibroids as they are more commonly referred to are the most common benign neoplasm affecting females within the reproductive age bracket. This is more so amongst women of African descent. A plethora of treatment options exist however this must be individualized. A case of a 38 year old nulliparou..
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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..
The risk factors for hypertension among medical and dental students at a private medical college: Findings from a cross-sectional study
Abstract : Background: Prevalence of hypertension in medical students in Nepal is not well defined. Risk of hypertension depends on life style, which is the result of person’s knowledge and practice adopted at a young age. This study aims to determine the risk factors of hypertension among first and second year medical and ..
Impact of hygienic caring of the umbilical cord in the prevention of neonatal tetanus
Abstract: Background: Neonatal tetanus (NNT) remains among the leading causes of deaths among neonates in the developing countries with a recorded 130,000 neonatal deaths in 2004. In addition to immunizing pregnant women with 3 doses of tetanus toxoid vaccine, hygienic delivery of the newborn and caring of the umbilical cord are..
Improving esthetics to improve behavior through enhancing phonetics
Abstract : Denture characterization according to individual clinical findings has seen an upsurge in the recent decade with advances in techniques and dental materials. Increased aesthetic demands of the geriatric patients have in turn contributed to fuller understanding of psychosocial factors associated with denture aesthetics...
Herpes Simplex Virus-Associated Dermatitis with Either High or Normal IgE Responded Well to Antiviral Therapy: A Study of 787 Quick-Tzanck-Test-Positive Patients
Abstract: Background: The overall age-adjusted seroprevalence of herpes simplex virus(HSV) type 1 is 62.6% and of HSV type 2 is 17%. If a test could diagnose more than HSV immunoglobin G-positive patients, at least these serologically positive patients will benefit from antiviral agents, as do patients with HSV-associated erythe..
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