04/19/2018
Case Report

The Case of the Phantom Trophoblastic Tumor

Benedict B Benigno*

Summary

This report provides an insight into a very unusual problem in the First trimester of pregnancy, and describes the unfolding of a series of potential blunders.

We all know that most problems in gynecologic oncology become terribly magnified when the patient is pregna...

04/19/2018
Research Article

Pathological Findings on Dental Panoramic Tomograms of Edentulous Patients Seen at a University Hospital

Ouma DO, Cyril Nyalik Ogada* and Mutave RJ

Objective: To describe pathological findings on pre-treatment dental panoramic tomograms of edentulous jaws taken before complete denture treatment.

Design: Descriptive cross-sectional study.

Setting: Prosthetic division,...

04/20/2018
Mini Review

Spinal muscular atrophy counteracted by Agrin biological NT-1654

Jes Paul*

Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) is a genetic and gravely disease, portrayed by motor neuron (MN) death, thereby leading to progressive and accelerating muscle fragility, respiratory collapse, and, in the most severe cases, it even pave the way to death.At the neuromuscular junction (NMJ), abnorm...

04/20/2018
Research Article

Stem cells in patients with heart failure experience

Benetti Federico* and Natalia Scialacomo

Between 2003 and 2011, 17 patients with heart failure were treated with stem cells as part of our Foundation’s Regenerative Medicine program. In several centers and countries 4 with ischemic cardiomyopathy of which 3 were surgically implanted with autologous bone marrow stem cells (ABMSC) pl...

04/24/2018
Case Report

Meige Trofoedema: A form of primary lymphedema

Carlos Al Sanchez Salguero*

The lymphatic system consists of small non-contractile lymph vessels which collect fluid from the interstitial space and carry it to the major contractile lymphatic vessels with valves that maintain a unidirectional flow to the lymph nodes and is responsible for returning proteins, lipids and ...

04/25/2018
Research Article

The Immunitary role in chronic prostatitis and growth factors as promoter of BPH

Mauro luisetto*, Behzad Nili-Ahmadabadi, Ghulam Rasool Mashori, Ram Kumar Sahu, Farhan Ahmad Khan, Cabianca luca and Heba Nasser

In the actual medical therapy of BPH, we can see: antibiotics, alpha blockers, 5-ARI, fitotherapeutics/natural products (Serenoa repens) with different which display clinical activities and other molecules such as FANS (local or systemic dosage forms) cortisones and others. Relationship betwee...

04/24/2018
Review Article

Responding to Disasters More than economic and infrastructure interventions

David Crompton OAM*, Ross Young, Jane Shakespeare-Finch and Beverley Raphael AM

Objectives: Natural disasters confront individuals, communities and governments with the challenge of rebuilding and addressing psychosocial sequelae. With the increasing number of natural disasters it is timely to evaluate the efficacy of interventions and strategies to addre...

04/27/2018
Research Article

Biomechanical analysis of Sit-To- Walk movement in Parkinson’s patients

Moataz M El Semary*, Nawal A Abou Shady, Hayam Mahmoud Sayed and Mohamed El Said Al Awaady

Aim: The aim of this study was to evaluate the ankle-knee-hip interaction during sit-to-walk (STW) movement and clinical functional abilities of the lower limbs in Parkinson’s patients.

Methods: Twenty male patients, ages ranged from 55 to 70 year...

04/16/2018
Research Article

The short and mid-term effects of Mulligan concept in patients with chronic mechanical neck pain

Konstantinos Zemadanis*

Background: Mechanical chronic neck pain is very common musculoskeletal dysfunction among people, manifesting one or more pain-induced movements and disability impairments. Clinical guidelines suggest passive cervical mobilization and thoracic manipulation as manual therapy interventions.Mulli...

04/04/2018
Research Article

Screening of Gestational diabetes mellitus

Gehan Farid*, Sarah Rabie Ali* and Reem Mohammed Kamal

Abstract

Gestational diabetes mellitus is becoming a very common medical disorder associated with pregnancy especially so in the Middle East and more so in Saudi Arabia, thus putting the women and fetuses at an increased risk of maternal and neonatal morbidity and mortality.

04/05/2018
Mini Review

Significant influence for vitamin K on different metabolic diseases according to positive effect on levels of both vitamin D, and calcium

Walaa Fikry Elbossaty*

Vitamin K was discovered as nutrient of blood clotting. There are two main types of vitamin K, vitamin K1, and vitamin K2. Although the structure of vitamin k is stable but also, there are differences between them. Vitamin k1 is mainly present in dark green leafy plant; while vitamin k2 presen...

04/09/2018
Research Article

Effects of carazolol on electrocadiographic and trace element status in sheeps

Remzi Gonul, Lora Koenhemsı, Handan Aydın Vural*, Tevfik Gulyasar, Hasret Demırcan Yardıbı, Erman OR and Bora Barutcu

Carazolol is a non-specific β-adrenargic reseptor blocking agent. It ıs structurally analogous to catecholamins, in that, when administered, it forms reversible bonds with β-adrenergic, however, induce adrenergic effects, and it inhibits the actions of the catecholamins in times of stres by...

04/10/2018
Research Article

Bergamot Polyphenolic Fraction supplementation improves metabolic balance, endothelial function and maximal oxygen uptake in athletes

Rocco Mollace, Micaela Gliozzi, Annamaria Tavernese, Vincenzo Musolino, Cristina Carresi, Miriam Scicchitano, Ernesto Palma, Saverio Nucera, Francesca Bosco, Federica Scarano, Francesca Oppedisano, Alessia Maretta, Jessica Maiuolo, Saverio Muscoli, Santo Gratteri, Francesco Romeo and Vincenzo Mollace*

Abstract

Background: The study aimed to evaluate the effects of a 4-week Bergamot Polyphenolic Fraction (BPF Gold; Bergamet Sport) supplementation on serum nitric oxide (NO), asymmetric dimethyl-arginine (ADMA), Endopat indices of endothelial function and maximal oxyg...

04/09/2018
Review Article

The properties of nonlinear excitations and verification of validity of theory of energy transport in the protein molecules

Pang Xiao-Feng*

Based on different properties of structure of helical protein molecules some theories of bio-energy transport along the molecular chains have been proposed and established, where the energy is released by hydrolysis of adenosine triphosphate (ATP). A brief survey of past researches on differen...

04/09/2018
Case Report

Predicament of classification: Multisystem small vessel vasculitis with cresentic Glomerulonephritis

Awad Magbri*, Shaukat Rashid and Balhinder Brar

The patient is a 28-year old Caucasian man with six month history of arthralgia and crampy abdominal pain who presented with acute dyspnea and cough for 6 months associated with migratory polyarthralgias involving his knees, ankles, wrists, and shoulders.

04/09/2018
Review Article

Guidelines that are just for guidance

Swethika Sundaravel*, Jonathan Nieves and Seth Baum

Hypertension (HTN) is a widely prevalent disease across the globe. Recent reports from National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys (NHANES) indicate that the prevalence of HTN is 29% in adults more than 18 years in the US [1]. This is about 72 million adults. Worldwide, about 1.3 billion...

04/09/2018
Research Article

The Role of Tau Protein in Diseases

Bhaskar C Das*, Sribidya Pradhan, Devi Prasana Ojha, Arpita Das, Narayan S Hosmane and Sasmita Das

Abstract

Amyloid-β peptide (Aβ) and tau protein deposits in the human brain are the pathological hallmarks of Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Tau is a class of proteins that are abundant in nerve cells and perform the function of stabilizing microtubules. However, in certain...