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2021-07-16 Research Article

Management outcome of intestinal obstruction done by integrated emergency surgical officers and its associated factors in selected district hospitals of South Wollo Zone, North East Ethiopia in 2019 G.C

Sewunet Ademe*, Afework Edmealem, Belachew Tegegne and Zemen Mengesha


Background: Intestinal obstruction (IO) is defined as a partial or complete blockage of the bowel that results in the failure of intestinal contents to pass through. It is a common cause of emergency surgical problems. IO has been the leading cause of acute abdomen in several...

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2021-07-09 Research Article

AsdamarinTM relieves functional dyspepsia in healthy adults in only 7 days: A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled pilot study

David Daguet*, Sudeep Heggar Venkataramana, Justin V Thomas and Shyam Prasad Kodimule


Functional dyspepsia (FD) is a prevalent global health concern increasing with years. Inspired by the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) liver-stomach disharmony syndrome in order to find a quick natural alternative treatment, a Ferula asafoetida-Silybum marianum (Asdamarin&t...

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2021-03-17 Case Report

Giant hepatic cystadenoma mimicking a hydatid cyst: A challenging preoperative diagnosis

Mosaab Ghannouchi, Amina Chaka*, Seifeddine Ben Hammouda, Mohamed Ben Khalifa, Asma Chaouech, Karim Nacef, Kamel Hleli and Moez Boudokhane


Biliary cystadenoma is a rare cystic tumor of the liver. It has a high recurrence rate and malignant transformation risk in middle-aged women. Pre-operative diagnosis is difficult because of the lack of clinical, biological and radiological specificity. The confirmation of th...

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2021-02-15 Case Report

Recurrent hydrothorax due to diaphragmatic perforation post hepatocellular carcinoma radiofrequency ablation: A case report

Laia Aceituno*, Alba Prió, Fernando L Ascanio, Xavier Serres-Créixams, Beatríz Mínguez, Joan Genescà, Lluís Castells and Ares A Villagrasa


Radiofrequency ablation is one of the most commonly used therapies for potentially curative small hepatocellular carcinoma. Although radiofrequency is usually a safe procedure, severe and potentially fatal complications can happen. This is a case of a 72 years old woman with ...

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2021-02-01 Review Article

Systematic review and meta-analysis of drug induced liver injury secondary to biologic medications in inflammatory bowel disease

Eyad Gadour* and Zeinab Hassan


Introduction: Drug-induced Hepatotoxicity and biologic drugs have historically been challenging in IBD. We aim to study the prevalence of hepatotoxicity in adult patients using biologic medications.

Methodology: With the guidelines described by PRISMA-P, a detailed ...

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2021-01-11 Mini Review

Stem cell therapy in children with acute liver failure: The dream could come true

Riham Rabie Issa*, Ahmad Mohamed Sira and Mostafa Mohamed Sira


Acute liver failure (ALF) in children is a severe disease with a high mortality rate. The current treatment strategies are still defective, with many cases die when liver transplantation is unavailable. The current protocol of steroids therapy improved the survival rate of he...

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2020-10-20 Review Article

Liver disease in the Era of Coronavirus Disease 19 (COVID-19) pandemic

Siddesh Besur*, Rehana Begum, Vikraman Gunabushanam and Herbert L Bonkovsky

Coronavirus infections have caused outbreaks in humans: SARS-COV ((Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) and MERS-CoV (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome) resulting in significant mortality and morbidity.

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2020-10-05 Research Article

Percutaneous abdomino-pelvic abscess drainage in complicated Crohn’s disease

Alberta Cappelli*, Silvio Laureti, Nunzia Capozzi, Cristina Mosconi, Francesco Modestino, Giuliano Peta, Silvia Lo Monaco, Antonio Bruno, Giulio Vara, Caterina De Benedittis, Paolo Gionchetti, Fernando Rizzello, Gilberto Poggioli and Rita Golfieri


Purpose: Percutaneous abscess drainage (PAD) is the first-line approach for abscess in Crohn’s disease (CD) since it procrastinates or avoids surgery especially in postoperative abscesses [within 30 days post-operative (p.o.)]. We retrospectively evaluated the effective...

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2020-06-04 Research Article

Biomarkers in Enteropathic Arthritis

Luis Arturo Gutiérrez-Gonzalez*, Eillen Macias, Freddy Herrera-Vivas, Franz Otaiza, Juan Carlos Gonzalez Duran and Guillermo Veitia


Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)-associated arthritis is called Enteropathic Arthritis (EA) which is classified among the group of Spondyloarthritis (SpA), because its presentation is variable. The current trend is to classify them as autoinflammatory rather than autoimmune d...

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2020-06-02 Case Report

Transcatheter arterial chemoembolization combined with molecular targeted therapy for a patient with hepatocellular carcinoma with intrahepatic metastasis and main portal vein tumor thrombus: A case report and literature review

Yu Zhong Wen, Shi Jie Dai, Su Fen Cheng, Jun Shi and Jun Hua Ai*


Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is characterized by high morbidity, high recurrence, and high mortality rates. In China, the morbidity of HCC is fifth among all malignant tumors and HCC is the third most common cause of cancer-related deaths. Most HCC patients also have liver ...

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