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Superior Mesenteric Vein Trombosis: Two Sample Cases

There are several types and causes of mesenteric ischemia, one of which is superior mesenteric vein thrombosis, which is a rare and controversial condition. If a patient has a clinical picture of superior mesenteric vein thrombosis, the patient’s medical history should be reviewed and the patient evaluated for underlying disease. In this section, we will…
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January 24, 2022 0

Prosthodontic Management of Completely Edentulous Patient with Unilateral Facial Paralysis: A case Report

The rehabilitation of severely ill patients has always been a difficult task for doctors. It’s tough to care for a totally edentulous patient with unilateral facial paralysis. This implies a shift in standard operating methods. Facial paralysis can strike suddenly or develop progressively over several months. The example of a fully edentulous patient who suffered…
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December 20, 2021 0

Study of Cutaneous Manifestations in Neonates: A Clinical Approach

The neonatal period encompasses the first four weeks of life outside of the womb. Because neonates have a wide range of clinical symptoms ranging from physiological to severely diseased, it’s important to distinguish between benign and clinically significant skin abnormalities. It’s crucial to diagnose temporary skin lesions in infants and distinguish them from more significant…
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December 9, 2021 0

Prevalence of Extended Spectrum Beta Lactamase (ESBL) Producing Gram Negative Isolates in Neonates

The emergence of clinical isolates capable of manufacturing extended spectrum beta lactamase (ESBL) has posed treatment problems. As a result, ESBLs are becoming a growing clinical problem around the world because they transmit resistance to broad range -lactam antibiotics. Because neonates are more susceptible to infections, infections are a serious issue in Neonatal Intensive Care…
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November 19, 2021 0

Determining the Relationship between Platelet Indices and Microvascular Complications in Type 2 Diabetic Patients

Diabetes is a prevalent metabolic illness that affects the entire world’s population and causes a large amount of morbidity and mortality, owing to its micro- and macrovascular consequences. The link between platelet indices such as mean platelet volume, platelet distribution width, plateletcrit, and total platelet count in diabetic patients with and without microvascular issues is…
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November 11, 2021 0

A Rare Complication of Poorly Controlled Diabetes Mellitus: Testicular Necrosis

In this case, a 45-year-old male patient with diabetes was diagnosed with testicular necrosis. Past medical history suggests diabetes, with treatment taken seldom. The patient’s right testicular enlargement has been gradually rising for three weeks. In the right testis, ultrasonography revealed an abscess with no vascularity. The orchiectomy on the right side was completed. Histopathology…
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November 11, 2021 0

Determining the Outcome of Gastrointestinal Perforations Due to Blunt Abdominal Trauma

Background: During acute abdominal trauma, solid organ injuries are the most common type of injury (BAT). Hollow viscus injuries are significantly more common than non-hollow viscus injuries. The most critical problem with these illnesses is that they are frequently missed or identified too late, despite sophisticated methods such as focused abdominal sonography for trauma (FAST),…
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November 11, 2021 0

Study on Preoperative Predictive Factors for Difficult Laparoscopic Appendectomy

The surgical removal of the appendix is referred to as an appendectomy. The appendectomy procedure can be performed laparoscopically or openly. It must be done right away, or the organ would burst, allowing bacteria and faecal particles to spread throughout the abdomen. Patients can resume normal activity in less time with laparoscopy than they can…
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November 11, 2021 0

Profiles of Serum and Urine Electrolytes Following Dual Pharmacotherapy with Amlodipine and Hydrochlorothiazide in Hypertensive Nigerians

Aims: To assess changes in electrolyte profiles in hypertensive Nigerians receiving dual medication with amlodipine (AML) and hydrochlorothiazide (HCZ). Introduction: Hypertension is the most frequent noncommunicable disease in Nigeria, and it is the leading cause of hospitalisation and mortality among the indigenous people. Trial Design: This was a 48-week randomised, open-label, prospective, two-center, outpatient study.…
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November 11, 2021 0

Gray Zone Patients in Our Clinical Data: Prospective and Retrospective Analyses

The goal of this study was to see if there was a link between prostate volume and PSA levels in the blood of individuals in the “grey zone,” who were divided into age groups. Methods and Materials: Both prospective and retrospective research A total of 1420 individuals with LUTS were studied, divided into four age…
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November 11, 2021 0