Case Report

Wilms Tumor in an Adult Male

Wilms’ tumor (nephroblastoma) is the most common renal tumor in children.

Published on 15 Jul, 2019


Case Report

A Giant Cervical Fibroid: Case Report

Leiomyomas are the most common uterine and pelvic tumors.

Published on 25 Jun, 2019


Clinical Image

Filamentary Keratitis Caused by Hemifacial Spasm

Filamentary keratitis is a condition in which filaments are present on the corneal surface.

Published on 24 Jun, 2019


Short Communication

Pain: Physical and Emotional

The only way to be released from pain is to cure the cause of the pain.

Published on 29 May, 2019


Case Presentation

Acute Pulmonary Thromboembolism with Associated Right Atrial Thrombus Extending Across Patent Foramen Ovale

Acute Pulmonary Thromboembolism (PTE) can be associated with free floating thrombi in right heart with substantial increase in mortality.

Published on 27 May, 2019


Editorial

Retinoblastoma Patient with a Unique Population of Ultrashort Single Stranded DNA Fragments in Blood Plasma

A 5 year old male retinoblastoma (2A) patient and four same age/sex healthy donors were taken for blood plasma cfDNA extraction [1].

Published on 15 May, 2019


Clinical Image

A Case Study of Radial Nerve Injury after Segmental Humeral Fracture, Followed by Primary Intramedullary Nailing

Radial nerve injury is one of the most common mononeuropathies of the upper limb, especially as a result of traumatic injuries or fractures, surgical interventions, or compression effect.

Published on 09 May, 2019


Case Report

Case Report of Acute Necrotizing Pancreatitis Associated with Treatment of Ginseng Compounds

A 29- year-old woman was admitted to the hospital without a past medical history.

Published on 19 Apr, 2019


Case Report

The Application of a New Model of Paradox Therapy for the Treatment of Illness Anxiety Disorder: A Case Report

The present case report introduces the principles and techniques of a new approach to psychotherapy, shortly named PTC (Paradox + Timetable = Cure), for the treatment of psychological disorders.

Published on 16 Apr, 2019


Case Report

Schistosomiasis Mansoni Cerebral Pseudotumor

We describe a case report of a potentially treatable condition of Schistosomiasis mansoni cerebral pseudotumor in Uganda, an ectopic form of the disease that is mainly associated with Schistosoma japonicum.

Published on 11 Apr, 2019


Case Study

Metastatic Malignancy Mimics: A Rare Case of Traumatic Splenosis Mimicking Intra-Abdominal Malignancy

A case of incidental finding of multiple enhancing peritoneal and hepatic nodules is described, the differentials considered and the causative aetiology reviewed.

Published on 08 Apr, 2019


Case Report

Removal of a Bent Tibial Intramedullary Nail: A Case Report and a Review of the Literature

Intramedullary nailing is the gold standard for the management of tibia fractures.

Published on 25 Mar, 2019


Case Report

Combination of Diuretics and SSRIs Leading Severe Hyponatremia: A Case Report

Hyponatremia is one of the most encountered electrolyte imbalances among all medical fields.

Published on 18 Mar, 2019


Case Report

Azithromycin-Induced Acute Kidney Injury in an Elderly Patient

Background: Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) is a condition where renal function is deteriorated and serum creatinine level is increased.

Published on 14 Mar, 2019


Short Communication

IL-33 and the Role of Genetics and Cytokines in Allergic Reactions

Allergy was originally defined by Clemens Von Pirquet as “an altered capacity of the body to react to a foreign substance.”

Published on 12 Mar, 2019


Case Report

The Effectiveness of Extracorporeal Shock Wave in Pediatric Renal Stones

Introduction: Renal stones are endemic in low income countries among children below 15 years old.

Published on 08 Mar, 2019


Case Report

Multidisciplinary Approach to Scheduling Surgery for Diabetic Foot: A Case Report

Background: The treatment of diabetic foot ulcers in this case is complex and multidisciplinary, and an interdisciplinary team is extremely beneficial.

Published on 06 Mar, 2019


Case Report

Lighting Up While On Oxygen: Emergent Intubation in the Setting of Self Induced Airway Fire

Airway fires can result in respiratory compromise and have fatal consequences if quick evaluation and appropriate interventions are delayed.

Published on 21 Feb, 2019


Case Report

Probiotics-Induced Acute Urticaria in a Pediatric Patient: A Case Report

Background: Acute urticaria is a suddenly developed pruritus, pale red bump on the skin as a result of an allergic reaction which is triggered by a stimulus, such as a drug and can be disappeared within 48 hours.

Published on 14 Feb, 2019


Case Report

Recurrence of Pilocytic Astrocytoma Responding to Chemohormonal Treatment

Background: Pilocytic astrocytoma or juvenile pilocytic astrocytoma or cystic cerebeller astrocytoma is a brain tumour that occurs more often in children and young adults.

Published on 06 Feb, 2019


Clinical Image

Leptospirosis- Induced Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase Deficiency

A 32-year-old male patient was found with laptospirosis by testing his serum anti-leptospira (Laptospira-IgM level: >100 U/mL) and later on, hospitalized due to respiratory distress, high grade fever and muscle weakness.

Published on 04 Feb, 2019


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A Rare Foreign Body Aspiration: A Deciduous Tooth

Foreign body aspiration (FBA) is an important problem with high morbidity and mortality which is encountered especially before 3 years of age during childhood Acute-onset cough, wheezing and unilaterally reduced respiratory sounds are among the most common signs in foreign body aspirations.

Published on 04 Feb, 2019


Case Report

Group A Strep Pyomyoma Rapidly Causes Septic Shock in a Non-Gravid Female

Background: Pyomyoma is a rare complication of leiomyoma, presenting with a triad of sepsis, leiomyoma and no other source of infection that can lead to death or significant morbidity if left untreated.

Published on 09 Jan, 2019


Commentary

Nurses Duty to Care and Nurses Phobia to Care Tuberculosis (TB) Patients

A fifty year old man admitted in medical ward of a hospital with open Tuberculosis (TB) and patient received full evaluation of tuberculosis.

Published on 08 Jan, 2019





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