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Francesco Loria | Editor-in-Chief

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2021-04-15 Review Article

Current status, complications and prospects of fecal microbiota transplantation therapy

Tadashi Ohara*


Currently, the emergence of highly virulent mutants in Europe and the United States has caused refractory recurrent Clostridium difficile infection (RCDI) to be a problem in clinical practice. In 2013, the Netherland group demonstrated breakthrough therapeutic efficacy in fec...

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2021-03-03 Case Report

The creative self in anorexics

Dalmotto M* and Fassino S


The article describes the interaction of anorexic patients, hospitalized in the Regional Pilot Psychiatric Service for the treatment of Anorexia in the Molinette Hospital of Turin, with the reading volunteering group. On the basis of said interaction, the Creative Self is sea...

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2020-09-30 Research Article

Emergency care sick palliative and problems oncology in emergency department during the COVID-19 pandemic

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Emergency medical care in palliative patients during the COVID-19 pandemic, it is important to provide a consistent treatment for stable patients that should be consistent with the goals and benefits, the perspective of these patients, but avoiding palliative patients with a ...

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2020-09-17 Research Article

Detection of IDH mutations in cerebrospinal fluid: A discussion of liquid biopsy in neuropathology

Ming Lee1*, Gek San Tan, Chee Kian Tham and Kiat-Hon Tony Lim


Isocitrate dehydrogenase (IDH) mutations are a common event in secondary glioblastoma multiforme and lower-grade adult infiltrative astrocytomas and independently confer a better prognosis [1,2]. These are highly conserved mutations during glioma progression and thus also a us...

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2020-04-24 Research Article

Molecular analysis of immunoglobulins related to salmonella typhi in pediatric patients

Farah Qudsia, Muhammad Rehan and Samreen Riaz*


Typhoid fever is a systemic infection caused by Salmonella enterica serotype typhi. It is of major concern in tropical regions of the world. Highest episodes of typhoid fever occur in Asia i.e.93%. Early diagnosis of the disease is mandatory to lower the mortality rate associ...

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2020-01-14 Research Article

Uterine precursor lesions in patients with incidental nodal lymphangioleiomyomatosis: A report of 4 cases

Charles M Lombard*


Uterine sections from 6 patients with incidental nodal lymphangioleiomyomatosis (LAM) were examined for LAM lesions by screening these sections with cathepsin K immunohistochemistry (IHC) stains. The hysterectomy specimens were all concurrent with the lymph node dissections i...

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2019-12-24 Research Article

Pregnancy and childbirth in women aged 40 and over at befelatanana maternity, Madagascar

Rakotomalala Nivoarimelina Zoly*, Rakotozanany Besaina, Razafindraibe Andriatompoina Felanarivo, Ramarokoto Malalafinaritra Patrick Marco, Rafamatanantsoa Jean Florent, Kapche Wato Edith and Randriambololona Domoina Malala Aurelia


Objective: Pregnancy after age 40 remains a concern as it exposes to particular obstetrical complications. Our study aims to determine the risks of complications related to pregnancy and childbirth of women aged 40 and over.

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2019-12-03 Letter to the Editor

Effect evaluation of vitamin D level amongst patients with chronic hepatitis B

Freshteh Osmani*


Vitamin D has immunomodulatory and antifibrotic properties, and therefore used for treatment of many of chronic liver disease [1]. Although there are many reports on the relationship between serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D3 levels and chronic liver diseases, but the relationship betwee...

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2019-07-23 Research Article

Longitudinal and transverse dimensions of Hypertrophied Cardiomyocytes in human Left Ventricle (LV) at autopsy; Heart failure might result from changes in chamber geometry without contractile weakening

Richard E Tracy*


The shapes and sizes of human cardiomyocytes are accessible to systematic observation under most circumstances only at autopsy. This constraint has seriously curbed the study of these topics, thereby leaving a crippling gap in our understanding of heart failure. In recent yea...

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2019-03-18 Case Report

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