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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 years the only publis...

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2019-03-18 Case Report

Rosai-Dorfman disease presenting as a breast mass

Dai D, Cai Q, Vohra NA, Wong J, Therien ZP, et al.

Rosai-Dorfman disease (RDD) is an idiopathic, benign proliferation of histiocytes that can be present in multiple organs such as lymph node, skin, soft tissue, orbit, central nerve system and bone; however, it rarely occurs in the breast. In general, RDD is a painless, firm and poorly defined ...

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2019-01-29 Case Report

Prostatic inflammatory myofibroblastic tumor: 2-case report with literature review

Dai D, Cai Q, Sutton A

Inflammatory myofibroblastic tumor is rarely seen in the prostate. Most of prostatic tumors are benign. However, local aggressively invading the adjacent organs and recurrence are frequent. Rarely, the malignant transformation and metastasis occurs, especially in elderly patient. The

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2018-12-14 Research Article

Receptor pharmacology and other relevant factors in lower urinary tract pathology under a functional and toxicological approach: Instrument to better manage antimicrobials therapy

Luisetto M, Almukhtar N, Nili-Ahmadabadi B, Mashori GR, Khan KR, et al.

In various patients conditions involved in lower urinary tract disease LUT (like overactive bladder, bladder neck sclerosis, dis –synergy (with our synenrgic contraction between bladder detrusor and bladder neck, BPH, recurrent cysytitis, interstitial cystitis, chronic prostatitis, uretr...

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2018-10-05 Research Article

Amyotropyc Lateral Sclerosis and Endogenous -Esogenous Toxicological Movens: New model to verify other Pharmacological Strategies

Luisetto M, Nili-Ahmadabadi B, Meghani NM, Mashori GR, Sahu RK, et al.

In 1874 J.M. Charcot was the first to describe ALS amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, a disease with an high non response therapy rate also to the actual therapy.

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2018-08-28 Research Article

Histological clonal change - A feature for dysplasia diagnosis

Zhang L, Lubpairee T, Laronde DM, Guillaud M, MacAulay CE. et al.

Aims: Histological diagnostic criteria are used for the assessment of the degree of dysplasia and hence the risk of cancer progression for premalignant lesions. Clonal changes in the form of hyperorthokeratosis and hyperchromasia that are sharply demarcated from adjacent areas...

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2018-07-10 Research Article

In at the deep end: Psychosocial aspects of developing autonomy in histopathology training

Finall AI

Medical postgraduate trainees are given increasing levels of responsibility during training in the apprenticeship-model of training [1-3]. Responsibility is said to be a key driver of deep learning and understanding [4-7]. Trainees with greater levels of responsibility for decision making have...

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2018-06-20 Research Article

Pathological Effects of Cypermethrin on the Testes and Accessory Sexual Glands of Yankasa Rams

Simon U, David O, Peter R, Joseph R, Ijeoma C, et al

An investigation into the pathological lesions of Cypermethrin on the testes, accessory sexual and pituitary glands of Yankasa rams was carried out. Sixteen Yankasa rams aged 18 - 30 months and weighing between
21.5 - 46.5kg were used.

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2018-04-09 Case Report

Predicament of classification: Multisystem small vessel vasculitis with cresentic Glomerulonephritis

Magbri A, Rashid S, Brar B

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.

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2017-07-17 Case Report

A great mimicker of Bone Secondaries: Brown Tumors, presenting with a Degenerative Lumber Disc like pain

Zuhal Bayramoglu*, Ravza Yılmaz and Aysel Bayram

This report presents an adult patient suffering from sacroiliitis like low back pain, lumbosacral radiculopathy and elbow swelling. Multimodality imaging revealed multiple lytic bone lesions located in supra acetabular iliac bone, sacrum, and distal end of radius. Painful numerous lesions due ...

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