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Research Article

Relationships between Assessment of Diabetes Therapy, Self-Care Behaviors, and Glycemic Control in Outpatients with Type 2 Diabetes Treated with Glucose-Lowering Agents

Katahira M*1, 2, Ogata H2, Asano Y3 and Ito Y3

Objective: The purpose of this study is to investigate the assessment of therapy of Type 2 diabetes (T2D) patients, as well as their self-care behaviors, and clarify how these are related to glycemic control...

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Short Communication

Differential Diagnosis of Asthma: Bronchial Candidiasis.

Benali A*, El Ouazzani H, Rhorfi IR, Souhi H and Abid A.

Bronchial candidiasis are rare respiratory infections whose diagnosis is difficult and often life-threatening, the occurrence of its infections in immunocompetent is rare and it can pose a problem of differential diagnosis with other pathologies such as asthma and bronchial neoplasia...

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Case Report

Risk Factors for Malignant Melanoma in Romania

Monica Deac L*

In all ages of population in the recent decades, Malignant melanoma is the most dangerous type of skin cancer in the whole world. Its incidence has increased worldwide and that for and earlier diagnosis programs, who reduce the morbidity and mortality of the malignant disease...

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Research Article

Mediastinal Haemorrhage Secondary to Spontaneous Perforation of An Aneurysm of A Saphenous Vein Graft to Right Coronary Artery

Hein YP*, Ekladious A, Wynn S

Mediastinal haemorrhage caused by rupture of a saphenous vein coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) is a potentially life-threatening complication following the grafting procedure...

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Research Article

Inflammation of Organs in Autistic Children

Shui Yin Lo*

Following the previous paper "Diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of Autism via Meridian theory" 2012, we continue our work on three aspects of inflammation of organs in autistic children...

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Short Communication

Clinical Characteristics and Management of Cancer Patients with COVID-19

Jingmao Y, Xiaofei L, Liping C, Zhenyu F, Jun L, Rong T and Jilin C*

The epidemic of new coronavirus pneumonia that broke out in Wuhan in December 2019 is beyond doubt a disaster especially for cancer patients. There are limited data on the clinical characteristics of cancer patients with SARS-CoV-2 infection, and treatments based on this aspect are rarely mentioned...

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Case Report

Immunotherapy in Endocrine Responsive Metastatic Breast Cancer

Tabane K MD1* and Vorobiof D, MD2

Immunotherapy has shown great benefit in multiple tumour types like melanoma and lung cancer. Although breast cancer was previously not considered an immunogenic disease...

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Case Report

Nerves Paralysises Associated to Nasal Obstruction : What Is Your Diagnosis ??

Ilham Rkain1,2*, Safaa Touihmi1 and Hicham mimouni3

A 60 year old man presented with complaints of nasal obstruction (left side), smell disorder , headache and neuralgia on the left side of his face for 2 years, ptosis and diplopia followed by reduction vision of the left side...

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Research Article

Relationship between Patient Understanding and Compliance with Rheumatic Heart Disease Prevention Programs in American Samoa

Jennifer H. Huang MD1*, Callia Elkhal MD2, Ipuniuesea Eliapo-Unutoa3, Laurie R. Armsby MD4 and Erin J. Madriago MD5

Objective: While mostly eradicated in developed nations, rheumatic heart disease (RHD), is still the leading cause of preventable cardiovascular disease in children...

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Research Article

Nutrition Labelling: We Need a New European Algorithm

Roberto Volpe1* and Stefania Maggi2

People often choose and buy foods depending on factors such as personal preferences, price, their age, economic and socio-cultural position...

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Case Report

Chronic Pancreatitis-Induced Colonic Obstruction Mimicking a Stenosing Neoplasm at the Proximal Descending Colon: Treatment by Diverting Colostomy and Serial Pancreatic Duct Stenting

Ying Lun Wei, M.D and Kevin A. Wang*

Large bowel obstruction mimicking colon cancer is a rare complication of acute or chronic pancreatitis. We present a case of a 42-year-old male patient with chronic alcoholic pancreatitis presenting with abdominal distension for two months...

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Review Article

Candida-Associated Gastric Ulcerrevisited

Kenji Sasaki*

Candida-associated gastric ulcer occurs not only in debilitated but healthy individuals. Though had been reported to demonstrate nothing but nonspecific endoscopic features, it occasionally exhibits a typical finding I designated a candidarium...

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Review Article

Enhancing Reproductive Performance in Dairy Buffalo

Luigi Zicarelli*

The aim of the review is to report on some of the factors affecting fertility in buffalo and the techniques that allow an improvement of the reproductive performance...

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Mini Review

Enhancing Medical Treatment Support in Geriatrics and Further Reducing the Mortality of Elderly Novel Coronavirus Disease Patients

Li-Hua Li*

The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has evolved into a serious global emergency and led to a large number of deaths.Elderly COVID-19 patients have a higher mortality rate than those with younger age...

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Research Article

Pulmonary Embolism Associated With Thrombi of the Right Heart: What Appropriate Care? Clinical Case and Literature Review

Taryètba A. Arthur Seghda1*, Miguel A.M Lopez1, Théodore Boro2, Issa Sawadogo1, Aminata Niakara3, Saidou Dimzouré1, Georges R.C Millogo4, Nobila V Yaméogo4, Elodie Sib5, André Samadoulougou1 and Patrice Zabsonré4

Pulmonary embolism associated with right heart thrombi mainly in the atrium, raise therapeutic dilemmas. Their relative rarity does not allow the development of a consensus recommendation for standardized treatment...

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Case Report

Novel ATP2A2 Gene Mutation c.118G>A Causing Keratinocyte and Cardiomyocyte Disconnection in Darier Disease

Andrea Frustaci, MD1,2*, Alessandro de Luca, PhD3, Romina Verardo, BSB2, Claudia Grande, BSB2, Valentina Guida, PhD3, Maria Alfarano, MD1, Francesco Petrizzelli, PhD4, Tommaso Biagini, PhD4, Camilla Calvieri, MD1, Matteo Antonio Russo, MD2,5 and Cristina Chimenti, MD, PhD1,2

Objective: Darier disease (DD) is an autosomal dominant disorder due to mutation of ATP2A2 gene causing an isolated skin manifestation based on keratinocyte disconnection and apoptosis...

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Case Report

Kleine Levine syndrome (Sleeping beauty): A case report from Saudi Arabia

Wadha Alotaibi, MD1 and Gawahir Mukhtar, MD2*

Background: Kleine – Levin syndrome (KLS), also called “Sleeping beauty syndrome” is a rare sleep disorder characterized by recurrent episodes of hypersomnia, hyperphagia, cognitive disturbances, and hypersexuality.

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Review Article

Viruses: Genetically Encoded Alarm Messages for Communication between Individuals

Alejandro Sousa*

According to the present alert information theory, viruses are not microorganisms external to our body, but their genetic material is already contained in the DNA/RNA of our cells, in what we know as endogenous retroviruses (ERVs)...

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Research Article

Takotsubo Syndrome - A New Algorithm with Insights in Susceptibility, Evolution, and Aftermath

John Pantazopoulos MD* and Stavros Zinonos, PhD

Background: Takotsubo syndrome [TTS] at presentation, raises significant questions of differential diagnosis...

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Research Article

Computer aided Screening of Phytocompounds from Trigonella foenumgraecum (Fenugreek) Targeting Mutual Sub-cellular Proteins of Bacillus subtilis and Escherichia coli

Sameer Sharma, Supriya Jadhav and Sibi G*

Objective: The prediction of bacterial sub-cellular proteins can be considered aid to biotechnological research. Bacterial proteins play a major role in cell division as well as in virulence...

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Research Article

Combined FDG-PET/Contrast-Enhanced CT in the Diagnosis of Recurrent Colorectal Cancer: A Prospective Monocentric Study

Jenny Tannoury1*,5, Sebastien Mule2,3,5, Emmanuel Itti2,5, Alain Luciani2,3,5, Isabelle Baumgaertner, Hugo Rotkopf1,5, Julie Assaraf1,5, Charlotte Gagniere1, Aurelien Amiot1,5, and Iradj Sobhani1,5

Contrast-enhanced CT scan and 18FDG-PET are used in the staging and surveillance of colorectal cancer (CRC). We here evaluate the feasibility of combined FDG-PET/contrast-enhanced CT in one diagnostic session in the diagnostic of recurrent colorectal cancer...

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Case Report

Voriconazole-Related Myopathy in a Liver Failure Patient: A Case Report

Min Jiang1,2, Sujuan Wang1,2, Miao Yan3,4, and Min Zhang1,2*

Voriconazole (VRC) is a broad-spectrum triazole antifungal drug and first-line choice for invasive pulmonary aspergillus (IPA) even in patients with liver failure. But it is limited when used in these individuals due to hepatoxicity and supratherapeutic trough plasma concentrations that could lead to severe adverse events appear or aggravate.

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Review Article

Cardiac Arrest in STEMI-Like Aortic Dissection and in STEMI-Like Pulmonary Embolism

Oscar Jolobe MRCP(UK)*

This is a review of clinical characteristics in 25 dissecting aortic aneurysm patients and 26 pulmonary embolism patients with the association of cardiac arrest and an electrocardiogram simulating ST elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI)...

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Case Report

Delayed Rupture of Left Ventricular Aneurysm with Resultant Coexisting Pseudoaneurysm

Shwe Yee Oo1, Adel Ekladious2* and Yee Phyo Hein2

A 60 year old gentleman was transferred to a regional hospital following an admission for non-ST elevation myocardial infarction (NSTEMI) complicated by true left ventricular apical aneurysm and pyopericardium...

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Research Article

Vegetable Intake Days in Total Day on School was Higher than that on Non-School Days For Japanese Children Aged 6–9 Years

Tatsuya Koyama*

Vegetables consumption is associated with a reduced risk for chronic diseases. Vegetables consumption is a key behavior to target during childhood. However, little is known about dietary intake for Japanese children...

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Case Report

Mitral Valve Infective Endocarditis with Intracranial Septic Emboli and Haemorrhage

Shwe Yee Oo1, Adel Ekladious2* and Yee Phyo Hein2

A 70-year-old man presented with fever and delirium. His past medical history included mitral regurgitation, palindromic rheumatoid arthritis, autoimmune haemolytic anaemia, and thrombocytopenia. The main positive examination findings included harsh systolic murmurs in the mitral area and at the lower sternal border...

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Case Report

Angiolymphangioma at Femoral Neck: How to Diagnosis and Which Surgical Method is better for Children with Femoral Neck Pathological Fracture

Xiangyu Deng, Wenbo Yang, Hang Liang, Zhicai Zhang, and Zengwu Shao

Hemolymphangioma is a rare vascular developmental error. It comprises malformed venous and lymphatic component in various proportion. To the best of our knowledge, only a few cases have been reported in the literature so far...

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Review Article

The Characteristic of Morphology Created at Different DC Voltage

Xiao-Quan Mao* and Zhi-Ping Zheng
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Objective: To investigate the physicochemical properties that titanium morphology was created with micro arc oxidation at different DC voltage...

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