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Volume 1 Issue 1

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    Case Report
    Published: 04/25/2017 | Pages: 1(1): 037-045

    Secondary Onychomycosis Development after Cosmetic Procedure-Case Report

    Mariusz Dyląg*, Emilia Flisowska, Patryk Bielecki, Maria Kozioł-Gałczyńska and Weronika Jasińska

    The authors describe the unusual case of subungual onychomycosis, due to fl uconazole 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 nail lesions, and its consistent identifi cation by means of morphological and molecular diagnosis. In the presented case, topical treatment with ciclopirox 8% nail lacquer allow to fi ght the pathogenic fungus but did not restore the natural appearance of the nails.

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    Research Article
    Published: 03/27/2017 | Pages: 1(1): 027-036

    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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    Research Article
    Published: 03/23/2017 | Pages: 1(1): 20-26

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

    Farzad Najafi pour*, Farshad Najafi pour, 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 fi tness, level of match, classifi cation of sport, and personal exposure to sport.

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    Case Report
    Published: 01/30/2017 | Pages: 1(1): 011-019

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

    Jorge F Cameselle-Teijeiro*, Javier Valdés-Pons, Lucía Cameselle-Cortizo, Isaura Fernández-Pérez, MaríaJosé Lamas-González, Sabela Iglesias-Faustino, Elena Figueiredo Alonso, María-Emilia Cortizo-Torres, María-Concepción Agras-Suárez, 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 (82.7%) were adenocarcinomas of the endometrioid type, 5 (1.1%) mucinous adenocarcinoma, 10 (2.3%) serous adenocarcinoma, 17 (3.9%) clear cell carcinomas, 11 (2.5%) mixed adenocarcinoma, 4 (0.9%) undifferentiated carcinomas and 1 (0.2%) squamous cell carcinomas. A total 20 (4, 6%) were mesenchymal tumours: 4 (0.9%) endometrial stromal sarcoma, 7 (1.6%) Leiomyosarcoma, 9 (2%) Mixed endometrial stromal and smooth muscle tumour.

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    Case Report
    Published: 01/30/2017 | Pages: 1(1): 007-010

    Recurrent Peripheral Ameloblastoma of the Mandible: A Case Report

    Angela Jordão Camargo*, Mayara Cheade, Celso Martinelli and Plauto Christopher Aranha Watanabe

    Ameloblastoma is the second most common odontogenic tumor being back only for the odontoma. An unusual case of recurrent peripheral ameloblastoma in the mandible from the site of previous occurrence, reducing oropharyngeal space due compression by lesion. Panoramic radiography not showed presence of lesion, except one step in left side of mandible angle. Multislice CT scans revealed presence of hypoattenuated image, well-defined, histopathological exam suggesting Ameloblastoma Follicular.

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    Clinical Image
    Published: 01/30/2017 | Pages: 1(1): 005-006

    Pulmonary Infarction Mimicking An Aspergilloma In A Heart Transplant Recipient

    Antonacci F*, Belliato M, Bortolotto C, Di Perna D, Dore R, Orlandoni G and DArmini AM

    This patient (male, 59 years old) underwent cardiac re-transplantation for chronic rejection. Prior to re-transplantation, the patient was in NYHA class IV, with a clear chest x ray. On 14th postoperative day, he presented hemoptysis. On chest x-ray, a left lower lobe opacity was seen.

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    Case Report
    Published: 01/20/2017 | Pages: 1(1): 001-004

    Cystic Micronodular Thymoma. Report of a Case

    Mona Mlika*, Adel Marghli and Faouzi Mezni

    Micronodular thymoma is a rare subtype of thymoma with less than 20 cases published in the English literature. These tumours have been reported with thymoma or thymic cyst. The authors describe a new case of micronodular thymoma in a 68-year-old-patient which is well documented and particular by its cystic degeneration which hasn’t been described yet. Micronodular thymoma is a rare variant of thymoma with a challenging diagnosis. Clinicians must be aware of this entity in order not to confuse it with a thymic cyst.

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