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2019-12-17 Clinical Image

A rare case of abdominal pain and hematuria from retroaortic left renal vein

Perez J* and Pozo D

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A 62-year-old female with a history of arterial hypertension, attended the emergency department due to pain in the left flank. On physical examination no showed signs of peritoneal irritation. Urinalysis was indicated, that reported microscopic hematuria and negative ab...

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2019-09-19 Case Report

Occipital lobe ependymal cyst with unusual presentation

Okacha Naama*, Abdelilah Idir and Omar Boulahroud


Intraparenchymal cysts without communication to the ventricles or the subarachnoid space are named ependymal or epithelial cysts. The estimated ratio of their incidence compared with arachnoid cysts is 1:10. Neurologic deficit can occur when the cyst exerts mass effect on its...

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2019-06-04 Review Article

A few observations of clinical importance

Syed Abdul Kader*


This article reflects the opinion on a few of my clinical experiences involving symptoms and signs which are not mentioned in standard textbooks on medicine or clinical methods. These are clinical and a few radiological signs which I think worth discussing by clinical communi...

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2019-02-07 Clinical Image

New technique of imaging cellular change to squmous cells metaplsia of cervix

Salwa Samir Anter*

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Flexible magnifying endoscopy with narrow band imaging (ME-NBI) has outstanding diagnostic correctness for gastrointestinal metaplsia and is hope for to be highly useful for imaging stage cervixcal metaplsia beginning by imaging the first stage of metaplasia by imaging ...

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2018-02-22 Clinical Image

The Death of a Baby from the Congenital Anomalies of the Urinary Tract

Astrit Gashi M*, Gent Sopa, Ilir Kadiri, Majlinda Balaj and Petrit Pupa

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A 36-year-old woman pregnant, G2 P1, presented at 27 weeks of gestation after two previous visits elsewhere, as an outpatient in a gynecological clinic. An ultrasound examination revealed bilateral hydronephrosis. Also, ureteral dilation and bladder overdistension was p...

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2017-09-22 Clinical Image

Andy Gump deformity

Pirabu Sakthivel*, Chirom Amit Singh, and Suresh Chandra Sharma

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A 63 year old gentleman presented with ulcer over the lower alveolus for the past 4 months duration. The patient also had pain, loose lower central incisors and occasional bleeding from the ulcer while brushing. On examination an ulceroproliferative growth was seen invo...

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2017-04-25 Case Report

Secondary Onychomycosis Development after Cosmetic Procedure-Case Report

Mariusz Dyląg*, Emilia Flisowska, Patryk Bielecki, Maria Kozioł-Gałczynska and Weronika Jasinska


The authors describe the unusual case of subungual onychomycosis, due to fluconazole and itraconazole resistant Candida albicans after using the hybrid and acrylic lacquers and nail tips. The etiology of these atypical changes was supported by isolation of the fungus from the...

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2017-03-27 Research Article

Magnetic Resonance Imaging Can Detect Symptomatic Patients with Facet Joint Pain. A Retrospective Analysis

Wolfgang Freund*, Frank Weber, Reinhard Meier and Stephan Klessinger


Background: Low back pain has recently been reported as the leading cause for disability worldwide. The diagnostic value of imaging has been estimated low. Led by own positive experience, however, we hypothesized that MRI can detect signs of facet joint pain....

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2017-03-23 Research Article

The Risk Factors for Ankle Sprain in Cadets at a Male Military School in Iran: A Retrospective Case-control Study

Farzad Najafipour*, Farshad Najafipour, Mohammad Hassan Majlesi and Milad Darejeh


Introduction: Ankle sprain is a widespread impairment in sport groups; this impairment leads to an absence from the workplace. The ankle sprains incidence rates are induced by height, weight, BMI, physical fitness, level of match, classification of sport, and...

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2017-01-30 Case Report

Tumours of the Uterine Corpus: A Histopathological and Prognostic Evaluation Preliminary of 429 Patients

Jorge F Cameselle-Teijeiro*, Javier Valdes-Pons, Lucia Cameselle-Cortizo, Isaura Fernandez-Perez, MariaJose Lamas-Gonzalez, Sabela Iglesias-Faustino, Elena Figueiredo Alonso, María-Emilia Cortizo-Torres, María-Concepcion Agras-Suarez, Araceli Iglesias-Salgado, Marta Salgado-Costas, Susana Friande-Pereira and Fernando C Schmitt


A histopathological review preliminary of 429 patients diagnosed with tumours of the uterine corpus (TUC) cancer between 1984- 2010 in the Vigo University Hospital Complex (Spain) were evaluated prospectively for over 5 years. Of these 403 (93.9%) were epithelial tumours: 355...

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