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Research Article Open Access Pages: 7 - 16 Japan

Biomechanical Analysis of Jaw Bone with Cyst Using CT-Image Based Finite Element Method

A three-dimensional jaw bone model consisting of maxilla and mandible was constructed using CT- images. The distribution of Young’s modulus was also estimated from the bone density distribution. The developed model was then applied to analyze the effect of a sph...Read More

Research Article Open Access Pages: 51 - 64 India

Maternal Anthropometric measurements, Pre-pregnancy Body Mass Index, and Fetal Growth Parameters - A Rural Experience

Background: Low pre-pregnancy BMI is considered a marker for minimal nutrient reserves, fetal growth restriction and adverse pregnancy outcome. This study was conducted to evaluate the influence of pre pregnancy BMI on fetal growth parameters. ...Read More

Research Article Open Access Pages: 232 - 242 Nigeria
Comparative Microbial Analysis of Borehole Water and other Sources of Water in Benin Metropolis, Edo State

The comparative microbial analysis of borehole water and other sources of water in Benin metropolis, Edo state was carried out to ascertain the variation of the water quality of the different sources using standard microbiological techniques. Eight different water sou...Read More

Case Report Open Access Pages: 1 - 6 Israel

Full Recovery of the Patient With Bell’s Palsy Within Two to Six Weeks After Single Course of Pulsed Electromagnetic Therapy-Case Reports

Bell’s palsy (BP) is the one of the most common causes of facial nerve neuropathy cause facial paralysis. Etiology of the BP is not known. Diagnosis made according to anamnestic data and clinical examination. Other pathology as CVA, Lyme disease, viral infection...Read More

Case Report Open Access Pages: 6 - 9 Lebanon

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

Case Report Open Access Pages: 84 - 88 Turkey

Paraneoplastic Pemphigus in A Patient with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia: A Case Report

Paraneoplastic pemphigus (PNP) is a rare and autoimmune mucocutaneous disease associated with underlying neoplasia. The diagnosis of PNP is often difficult since skin manifestations maybe initially similar to other dermatological disorders. The case is here reported o...Read More

Case Report Open Access Pages: 63 - 68 Spain
Relapse of Multiple Myeloma in the Thyroid Gland

Multiple myeloma (MM) relapse following allotransplantation is rare, and when it does occur, it tends to be located in the bone marrow. Thyroid gland invasion by plasma cells is an uncommon finding in the literature. It is important to be aware that in some patients t...Read More

Research Article Open Access Pages: 28 - 32 UK

Nurse Led Follow Up: Is It The Best Way Forward for Post-Operative Endometriosis Patients?

The benefits of nurse led follow-up are well documented in the wider literature and include higher patient satisfaction rates, improved information delivery and quicker discharge rates. Unfortunately there is a paucity of data when it comes to benign gynaecology and t...Read More

Short Communication Open Access Pages: 57 - 59 Japan

We Must Judge Analgesic Effect of Analgesic Medicine

Analgesic medicine that does not provide analgesic effect in each patient is merely a toxic substance for the patient. The judgement of analgesic effect after analgesic medicine administration is the most basic of pharmacological treatment for pain. The judgment is classified into four categories...Read More

Research Article Open Access Pages: 196 - 209 Cameroon
Assessment of the Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Pygmies towards the Transmission of Ebola Viral Disease in the Congo Basin: A Descriptive and Analytic Cross-Sectional Study

Background: Ebola virus disease (EVD) or Ebola haemorrhagic fever is a fatal illness in humans and non-human primates caused by the Ebola virus. Several outbreaks of the EVD have occurred in sub-Saharan Africa, especially in the Congo Basin. We therefore sought to ass...Read More

Research Article Open Access Pages: 123 - 134 P R China

Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease with Collaborative Diabetes Study in the Efficacy of Statins: Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials

Context: A recent meta-analysis demonstrated the use of statin therapy in an association of ischemic conditioning of high-risk T2DM development. Objective: The purpose of this research is to investigate the effectivene...Read More

Review Article Open Access Pages: 112 - 126 UK
Hygienic - To Be or Not To Be? An Investigation into The Most Recent Evidence

The continual advancements in major technological sectors and their immediate relevance to society has led to significant changes in the way people interact in their homes and in society. Similarly, and consequently, advances in science have considerably improved our ...Read More

Research Article Open Access Pages: 221 - 231 South Africa
A Cross-Sectional Study On Caregivers Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices about the Routine Immunisation Program in Tshwane Sub-District 2, Gauteng, South Africa: 2015

Introduction: Despite childhood immunisation services being free in South Africa, Tshwane sub-district 2 continues to have the lowest vaccine coverage rate of all the Tshwane sub-districts in Gauteng province which is below the 90% national target. For measles, the im...Read More

Research Article Open Access Pages: 168 - 178 China
Remediation of Petroleum Hydrocarbons Contaminated Soil by Fenton's Oxidation

The study was conducted by Fenton oxidation to efficiently remove contaminants from total petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated soil. IR spectrometry was used to determine the TPH level during soil treatments. In Fenton reaction, using hydrogen peroxide as the catalyst t...Read More

Case Report Open Access Pages: 183 - 188 Nigeria
Amitryptilline Induced Intestinal Obstruction (Ogilvie Syndrome) In A 70 Year Old: Medical And Legal Issues: A Case Report

Introduction: Anticholinergic side-effects of Tricyclic antidepressants, such as blurring of vision, dryness of the mouth, constipation and retention of urine are common are well reported. Fewer studies report that acute abdomen due to the use of antidepressants is ra...Read More

Research Article Open Access Pages: 45 - 50 India

Incidence, Management and Outcome of Atonic Postpartum Haemorrhage at Tertiary Care Hospital

Aim: To study incidence, management and outcome of atonic postpartum haemorrhage. Methods: Cross sectional study design. Analysis of delivery data of one year at Pravara Rural Hospital. Results: There ...Read More

Mini Review Open Access Pages: 179 - 182 Russian Federation

Participation of Src-kinase in Age Changes of the Brain Central Zone

In germinal loci of a brain, as well as in tissues of peripheral organs there are morphofunctional zones in which a proliferation and differentiation of cambial cells occur. The hypothalamus with hypophysiotropic region represents the central zone. One of the key prot...Read More

Research Article Open Access Pages: 28 - 33 Nigeria
Histopathological Effect of Varying Dose of Acetylsalicylic Acid (Aspirin) on Liver of Adult Wistar Rats

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

Review Article Open Access Pages: 53 - 57 India
Piezosurgery in Third Molars-A Review of Literature

Piezosurgery is the current advanced technology used in bone cutting, which enables a selective cut of mineralized tissue while being cautious of the soft tissue. Previously used for osteotomies and for harvesting bone grafts, piezosurgery is more recently used for si...Read More

Case Report Open Access Pages: 32 - 37 Greece

Paraffin Oil Pneumonitis During Pregnancy: A Case Report

Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) is a rare occurrence in pregnant patients and, when it occurs, it usually raises diagnostic dilemmas as it is attributed to many causes. We present the case of a 32-year-old G1P0 woman at 31 weeks of gestation who was hospita...Read More

Research Article Open Access Pages: 111 - 122 Turkey

Patients with Normal Coronary Arteries Via Angiography: The Relationship Between Slow Coronary Flow and Serglycin

Background: Slow coronary flow (SCF) is an angiographic finding characterized with delayed opacification of epicardial coronary arteries without obstructive coronary disease. Several mechanisms have been proposed for SCF phenomenon, including inflammation. Serglycin has an import...Read More

Research Article Open Access Pages: 167 - 182 UK
Stiffness of Cell Micro-Environment Guides Long Term Cell Growth in Cell Seeded Collagen Microspheres

Mesenchymal stem cells are widely implicated as a cell source for tissue engineering of skeletal tissue in cell-based therapy. Physical and mechanical cues are potent controlling factors in cell differentiation and can be implemented as a guide to study cellular respo...Read More

Research Article Open Access Pages: 22 - 28 Bulgaria

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

Case Report Open Access Pages: 65 - 71 India

Management of Giant Cervical Fibroid By “Hybrid Technique”

Cervical fibroids are a rarity as compared to fibroids arising from other parts of the uterus. These rare fibroids account for 1-2% of all fibroids. They arise from supravaginal or vaginal portion of cervix. They can be either anterior, posterior, central or lateral. ...Read More

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