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Bilateral Chest X-Ray Shadowing and Bilateral leg lesions - A case of Pulmonary Kaposi Sarcoma
Abstract : We report a case of a 30 year old gentleman seen on the respiratory ward with no significant past medical history presenting with a three week history of worsening dyspnoea, productive cough, fever, bilateral leg swelling and bilateral leg swelling. Initial differential diagnosis included community-acquired pneumonia, ..
The Glycoprotein Mucin-Like Domain (MLD) in the Zaire ebolavirus (EBOV) may be responsible for the manifestations of Post-Ebola Virus Disease Syndrome (PEVDS)
Abstract: The incidence of various ocular, CNS, and musculoskeletal complaints in the convalescent period following recovery from Ebola Virus Disease (PEVDS) has become an intense area of interest in the aftermath of the recent West Africa outbreak 2014-2015. A review of past outbreaks involving EBOV, SUDV, TAFV, and BDBV reveal..
Is Mobile-Health the answer to Anti-retroviral therapy non-adherence in sub-Saharan Africa: A Systematic Review
Abstract: Background: Literatures have shown that mobile phone technology can improve treatment adherence of most chronic diseases, but its impact on ART adherence is not clear. Although the uptake of cell phone in sub-Saharan Africa is high, there are few studies of high evidential value (randomized control trials) on the use o..
Bakri balloon for the management of placenta praevia: Retrospective study (Protocol)
Abstract: Placenta previa is frequently associated with severe obstetric hemorrhage. According to the degree of invasion of the placenta into the uterine wall placenta previa may be accreta, increta or percreta. Incidence of adherent placenta is 1 in 2500 deliveries. Added to that, there is a dramatic increase in the incidence o..
Sclerosing mesenteritis presenting with abdominal mass: Case Report
Abstract : Sclerosing mesenteritis is a rare disorder characterized by a tumor-like expansion of the mesentery due to variable degrees of fat necrosis, chronic inflammation and fibrosis. It usually involves the root of the small bowel mesentery, but it can also involve the mesocolon, the peri-pancreatic and omental fat, and infre..
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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..
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 ..
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