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Effect of DNA repair deficiencies on the cytotoxicity of resveratrol
Abstract: Numerous preclinical studies have shown that the naturally-occurring polyphenol resveratrol may produce health-beneficial effects in a variety of disorders, including cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer, and cardiovascular diseases. Resveratrol has entered clinical trials for the prevention and treatment of several of these di..
A rare injury of posterior four part fracture dislocation of shoulder following electrical injury- Did infection had role in humeral head salvage?
Abstract : Posterior dislocation of shoulder and fracture dislocations are rare injuries. Seizure disorders, high energy trauma and electrical shock are important etiologies for such injuries especially in bilateral cases. In four part fracture dislocations and in electrical shock injuries, chances avascular necrosis of humeral h..
Diagnostic laparoscopy for missed perforated duodenal ulcer; case report
Abstract : Perforated peptic ulcer is a common abdominal disease that is treated by surgery. Despite the use of proton pump inhibitors, perforated peptic ulcer remains a frequent surgical emergency with an average mortality rate of 5.8%. This is a report of a 77 year old Saudi diagnosed as acalculus cholecystitis and upon laparos..
Microbiological Analysis of reconfigured rice
Abstract: In Chile, rice industry generates important volumes of by-products of low commercial value. Many of such by-products present nutritional properties similar to those of whole grains and, therefore, the main cause of their little valuation would be the form that conditions their destination. For such a reason, extrusion ..
Pathogen Traffickers: Disease causing pathogens do not have legs
Abstract: The Ebolavirus is introduced into the human population through close contact with the sweat, blood, secretions, organs or other bodily fluids of infected animals such as chimpanzees, gorillas, fruitbats, monkeys, forest antelope and porcupines. It first surfaced in1976, and today thousands ofdeaths have been recorded. ..
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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...
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..
Laproscopic and open surgical impact in patients treated with Anti aggregant therapy
Abstract : Background The increase of surgical procedures in older patients requires a standardization in preoperative evaluation and management of patients affected by ischemic cardiopathy under antiplatelet therapy. Methods The sample of 552 patients is represented by the only patients operated on the abdomen and was split in t..
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