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A 83 years old man was operated due to the acute abdominal findings and left strangulated inguinal hernia. On the exploration, trapping of sigmoid colon in the left inguinal canal observed and colonic wall was partly necrotic. After reduction, when the peritoneum cove...Read More
Nearly 80% of people with diabetes live in low- and middle-income countries. It increases healthcare expenditure and imposes a huge economic burden on the healthcare systems. The International Diabetes Federation estimated more than 7 million people with diabetes in B...Read More
An Unusual Presentation of Congenital Hypothyroidism in a Newborn: Transient Pseudo-Obstruction
Congenital hypothyroidism is mostly asymptomatic at birth. It is usually detected by targeted neonatal screening for CH that is performed after birth. Nonetheless, there are reports of rare and vague presentations of CH, as protracted icterus, abdominal distension, sk...Read More
In the prone radiograph, a left pneumothorax may outline part of the upper descending aorta with a sharp interface (similar to the sharp edge of the lateral cardiac margin seen in supine radiographs). The sign is illustrated in a 2 month-old male infant with considerable bilateral lung disease.
Background: The worldwide incidence of diabetes has increased significantly, with the number of people of all ages with diabetes expected to approximately double between 2000 and 2030, and is seen as a major source of disability and health costs. The ...Read More
Liddle′s Syndrome Case Report-Unusual Presentation with Hypertension in Children
Increased blood pressure in children is usually secondary to a known cause. It is very important to discover the cause of high blood pressure, to treat it before the development of complications, and to prevent morbidity and mortality at this age. In this article, we will present a case of a 10-y...Read More
Analysis of Therapeutic Efficacy of Clinically Applied Varnish
Purpose: Our study aims to evaluate and analyze the effect of a mineralizing varnish on the progression of the initial caries of the enamel in the primary dentition.
Materials and methods: Subject of observation - there are 200 chi...Read More
Motivational Interviewing for Poorly Controlled Type 2 Diabetics in a Rural South African Community
Difficulty adhering to lifestyle changes required for effective management is rife among patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM). Motivational interviewing may prove a useful tool for healthcare providers when supporting patients. Thirteen poorly controlled T2DM...Read More
Aspirin is one of the widely-used, cheap and over-the-counter available non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. It has anti-platelet, analgesic and anti-pyretic effects which can result in its indiscriminate ingestion. The liver is the organ of drug metabolism, bio-reg...Read More
Setting: A private Azerbaijan Medical University, Department of Surgical Diseases-I and Modern Hospital Azerbaijan.
Objective: To investigate the results of various types of bariatric surgical operations in patients with overweight...Read More