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Evaluation antibacterial activity in vitro of the ethanol extract from the peel fruit of Syzygium cumini (L.) - Skeels
Abstract: Antimicrobial activity of medicinal plants has been searched in several species worldwide. The aim of this study was to evaluate antibacterial activity in vitro of the ethanol extract from the peel fruit of Syzygium cumini (L.) - Skeels. To this end, were used four bacterial strains standard American Type Culture Colle..
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..
Modeling Gout or Gouty (Acute) Arthritis in Biomedical and Biochemical Infophysics
Abstract: Gout or gouty (or acute) arthritis is one of the most painful diseases experienced by humans. The gouty patients are estimated more than 10 millions in the world. Recent clinic trials have demonstrated the manual therapy or massage (joint mobilization) is significantly more effective than the control treatments for pat..
Association between bariatric surgery and tooth decay: a literature review.
Abstract : The obesity and overweight affects together, an estimated one-sixth of the world population. At first, the treatment is behavioral and clinical, however, these treatments become difficult due to low patient compliance across the long time needed to obtain more meaningful results. Bariatric surgery then emerged as a pla..
Retrosternal goiter with posterior mediastinal extension surgery in a patient with superior vena cava obstruction through a classic neck incision; Case report
Abstract : Intrathoracic goiters are usually located anteriorly, in the superior or anterior mediastinum, and are termed substernal or retrosternal goiters. Posterior mediastinal goiters are rare, about 10% of all intrathoracic goiters. Patients with retrosternal goiter usually have a visible or palpable cervical mass. In additio..
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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..
Diabetes mellitus: a complete ancient and modern historical perspective
Abstract : Diabetes mellitus is one of medical conditions that have been extensively investigated. Despite these enormous developments cure for diabetes still remains virtual. The history is backdated to the Egyptian antiquity. As the history became unravelled with regard to the pathophysiological and biochemical bases, medical a..
Old un reduced posteromedial elbow dislocation: A rare case report
Abstract : Posteromedial elbow dislocation is a rare injury when compared to posterolateral elbow dislocations.In developing countries like India old unreduced dislocations are not uncommon due to lack of medical facilities in villages. When elbow dislocation are old, management options include conservative, closed or open reduct..
Endometriosis masking as an intra abdominal malignancy. A case report and literature review
Abstract: A patient with atypical symptomatology due to endometriosis, clinical features were strongly suggestive of an intraabdominal malignancy. The patient had right sided haemorrhagic pleural effusion, ascitis and a serum CA-125 level of 62 U/ml..
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- Retrosternal goiter with posterior mediastinal extension surgery in a patient wi... on 22nd May 2015
- Modeling Gout or Gouty (Acute) Arthritis in Biomedical and Biochemical Infophysi... on 19th May 2015
- Diagnostic laparoscopy for missed perforated duodenal ulcer; case report ... on 18th May 2015
- Herpes Simplex Virus-Associated Dermatitis with Either High or Normal IgE Respon... on 17th May 2015
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