05/03/2019
Research Article

Cytogenetic and clinical features of longlivers with osteoarthritis from Precarpathian region (West Ukraine) for 1998-2014yy

Kozovyy R*, Kovalchuk L and Kitsera N

Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis, affecting millions of people worldwide.

Aim of our study was to assess the clinical and the cytogenetic characteristics in longlivers with osteoarthritis from Precarpathian region (Ukraine).

Methods: Cy...

05/31/2019
Research Article

Urinary NGAL incorporation into Renal Angina Index for early detection of acute kidney injury in critically ill children

Ali Mohammed Abu Zeid, Doaa Youssef Mohammed*, Amal Saeed AbdAlazeem, Anas Saad Elsayed mohammed Seddeeq and Ashraf Mohamed Elnaany

Background and objectives: New AKI biomarkers (on the top of it NGAL biomarker) have demonstrated better performance for prediction of AKI in critically ill patients with heterogeneous illness. Renal angina index was recently reported to enhance prediction of severe AKI at the...

05/15/2019
Case Report

Autoimmune encephalitis associated with an ovarian teratoma in a 29-year old woman

A Plaikner*, A Jacob, J Rother and C Kohler

Abstract

NMDA receptor encephalitis is a rare disease first described in 2007. Anti-NMDA receptor encephalitis affects mostly young women as neoplasms, mostly ovarian teratomas, are the underlying cause. The disease is caused by antibodies binding to extracellular epitopes of neuronal...

05/14/2019
Research Article

Frequency of cytomegalovirus infection in children with Nephrotic Syndrome

Doaa Mohammed Youssef*, Mohammed Hassan Mohammed, Eman Mohammed EL-Behaidy and Asmaa EL-Sayed Abo-warda

Introduction and aim: Idiopathic nephrotic syndrome (INS) is the most common type of this disease during childhood. Minimal change nephrotic syndrome (MCNS) is the most common histopathological lesion (80 – 90%) of INS in children and about 90% of patients are steroid respon...

05/27/2019
Research Article

Investigation and analysis of fracture failure and fatigue cracking in Highrise pavement using simulation software of ABAQUS

Seyed Masoud Hadian*

Abstract

Assuming that the road infrastructure has been implemented in accordance with specifications and standards, poor adhesion between the two layers of asphalt mix can be a significant cause of pavement problems. The general problem observed with the weak adhesion between the lay...

05/15/2019
Research Article

Asynchronous flowering in clonal seed orchards - An effective strategy for alternative management

Soma Mondal*, Ashutosh Srivastava, Geeta Joshi and HC Yashavantha Rao

Tropical forests have long been of interest to biologists because of their high species diversity and their complicated patterns of community organization. The recent ecological studies which have demonstrated that tropical trees are diverse in their reproductive biology and dynamic population...

05/23/2019
Research Article

Postural and Kynematic effect of a new custom-made foot insole called “Prodynamic” in a cohort of patients affected by extrapiramidal disease

Maurizio Falso*, Matilde Grillo, Anna Righetti, Franco Lopa, Lisa Rocco and Emanuela Facchi

Background: The use of a custom-made orthotic plantar device is referenced as a true sensor-motor facilitation tool for the control of the postural orthostatic and orthodynamic position in patients with Parkinson’s disease.

Aim: To outline the pos...

05/22/2019
Research Article

Kinesio taping in patients with shoulder impingement

Sorin P*, Ramirez FJ, Joly A, Patino O and Terrasa S

Study Design: Prospective Observational Study

Background: Physical therapy is one of the primary treatment options for these patients, however, we were unable to identify previously published research that objectively assesses the impact of taping o...

05/13/2019
Case Report

The forgotten player in the surgical history

Yves Cirotteau*

The research concerning a preventive treatment of an osteoporitic femoral neck fracture started in 1990 because the surgical procedure of unstable femoral neck fractures is difficult. After effects are frequent and their number will increase in the next decade. The goal is to reinforce the fem...

05/07/2019
Case Report

A successful case report in woman: A gender medicine?

Emilio Laviscio, Tiziana Ciarambino*, Annita Imbriani, Mauro Giordano and Filippo Topo

Introduction: Abdominal hernia is a pathological condition resulting from abnormal protrusion of abdominal viscera. In particular, internal hernias (IH) represents about 0.2-0.9% of all cases with para- duodenal hernias while obturator hernias accounting for only 0.07% of all ...

05/02/2019
Research Article

A model of the 2014 Ebola virus: Evidence of West Africa

Nadhem Selmi*

Outbreaks of Ebola virus can cause substantial mortality in affected countries. The largest outbreak of Ebola to date is currently underway in West Africa, with 3944 cases reported as of September 5, 2014. For the sake of deriving a better understanding of the Ebola transmission
dynami...

05/08/2019
Review Article

Pharmacodynamics of cannabinoids

Alexandra Sulcova*

“Pharmacodynamics of cannabinoids “(i.e. a set of biological effects elicited in the living organism by interaction with its biochemical and biophysical functions up to the cellular level) is studied for a long time during both, physiological and pathological conditions.

05/14/2019
Case Report

Hypertriglyceridemia induced acute pancreatitis in pregnancy: Learning experiences and challenges of a Case report

Sufia Athar*, Joohi Ramawat, Mohammad Abdel Aziz and Vincent Boama

Summary

Hyperglyceridemia induced pancreatitis in pregnancy accounts for 4% of all cases of acute pancreatitis. Though rare, hypertriglyceridemia induced pancreatitis may lead to fatal maternal and fetal complications, even maternal death. Its management during pregnancy remains a cha...

05/09/2019
Case Report

Giant cellular angiofi broma of the vulva: case report

Ana Ribeiro*, Isabel Ferreira and Filomena Ramos

Cellular Angiofibroma is a rare benign mesenchymal tumor without gender preference. It is usually a small (<3cm), well-circumscribed, mostly asymptomatic and typically slow growing. Surgical removal of the mass with its capsule is the preferred treatment, not only helps guarantee complete exci...

05/09/2019
Mini Review

An analysis of wild animals with respect to French Ethics and Law

Jean Claude Nouet* and Jerome Brigaudeau

Before discussing the crux of the matter, it is important to understand what “wild” signifies and the characteristics that define a wild animal.
 

As contrasted to domesticated animals, a wild animal can be defined as an animal living freely in his natural habitat, inde...

05/07/2019
Research Article

Medical coverage of the 29th “Tour du Faso”

Abdoul Rahamane Cisse, Jean Marie Vianney Hope* and Abdoulaye Ba

Purpose: Medical coverage of the 29th “Tour du Faso” primarily aimed to report the experience of the medical coverage of the 2016 International Cycling Tour of Burkina Faso.
Methods: This is a prospective study of the medical coverage of the 2016 I...

05/08/2019
Research Article

Is secondary prevention information before discharge adequate after percutaneous coronary intervention?

Catrin Henriksson* and Joep Perk

Introduction: Implementation of prevention strategies for patients with coronary artery disease (CAD) is essential, but many fall short of reaching their goals. Patients often perceive themselves as healthy and are less motivated to change lifestyle. To obtain better results p...

05/02/2019
Research Article

Prevalence of premarital sexual practice and associated factors among Goba town high school students, Southeast Ethiopia

Shemsu Nuriye Hagisso* and Tilahun Beyene Handiso

Background: Premarital sexual practice significantly attributes for increase adolescent’s risk of unintended pregnancy, early marriage, abortion and STIs. In Ethiopia adolescents were intended to engage at early initiation to sexual intercourse without having proper protecti...

05/03/2019
Case Report

Reversal of pure red cell aplasia by varicella zoster virus infection

Al-Anazi KA*, Kanfar S, Aldayel A, Abduljalil O and Sayyed AH

Background: Pure red cell aplasia is characterized by anemia, reticulocytopenia and diminished bone marrow erythroid precursors. It has multifactorial etiology and consequently several therapeutic interventions.

Case: In August 2017, a young patient...