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Reporting a Case on Good Response of Lupus Hepatitis to Mycophenolate Mofetil and Belimumab as of Lupus Exanthema to Rituximab

We face several patients with multiple forms of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) in clinical practise. They are generally managed to inhibit systemic inflammatory processes with immunosuppressive drugs. Corticosteroids are often first-choice medications because they work promptly, which in emergencies such as lupus nephritis or serious neuropsychiatric disorders can be helpful. 15 years ago, a 66-year-old…
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Advanced Study on Preparation, Physical-Chemical Characterization, and Cytocompatibility of Polymeric Calcium Phosphate Cements

Background: Much attention has recently been paid to calcium phosphate cements (CPCs) because of their advantages in terms of in situ handling and forming capabilities compared to calcium phosphate bioceramics. Mechanical and in vitro biological physicochemical properties of novel polymeric calcium phosphate cement (CPC) formulations have been investigated. Methods: to obtain Forms I, II and…
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Investigating the Prevalence and Risk Factors for Hypertension, Diabetes and Obesity among Lecturers and Support Staff of Bishop Stuart University in Mbarara, Uganda

Objective: To evaluate the prevalence and risk factors among teaching and non-teaching staff of Bishop Stuart University of Mbarara-Uganda for hypertension, diabetes and obesity. Context: Among the Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) affecting the developed and developing world are diabetes, hypertension and obesity. These disorders are mostly correlated with older age groups, but data suggests that between…
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A Detailed Review of Literature on Mercury Toxicity and Treatment

Mercury is a poisonous heavy metal that in nature, is widely spread. Fish consumption or dental amalgam results in most human exposure. Mercury appears in many chemical types, with pharmacokinetics that are complex. A broad range of clinical presentations can be induced by Mercury. Mercury toxicity diagnosis can be complicated but can be achieved with…
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Medical Scientific Research, Human and Animal Experimentation, and Ethics

In contemporary science and medical research, a survey of the moral and ethical conditions is suggested and an alarm clock is rung about the restriction currently placed on the imagination and accountability of the researchers. Author(s) Details V. Coulic Laboratory of Translational Research of the Brussels Free University, Brussels, Belgium. View Book :- https://bp.bookpi.org/index.php/bpi/catalog/book/322


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A Detailed Study on the Effects of Corona

The Covid-19 crisis that we are witnessing right now has been a significant turning point in the lives of many of us, but it will definitely bring a drastic change in our lives. Through adaptation and harmony, we will live well enough that we can alter the way we interact with the same effect on…
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Discussing the Diffusion Tensor Imaging without Complex Statistical Analysis Could Be Helpful for Diagnosis

Objective: The visualisation of fibre tracts in the brain is possible thanks to rapidly evolving technology. Yet data processing and analysis are becoming more complicated with the latest technologies. Currently, interpretations are mainly in-group research in these areas and are therefore not useful on the basis of individual patient assessments. In this regard, we investigated…
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Investigation of Hepatitis B and C virus Co-Infection in Pregnancy at a Tertiary Hospital, Yenagoa, Bayelsa State, Nigeria

A fair proportion of liver diseases worldwide are caused by hepatitis B virus (HBV) and hepatitis C virus (HCV) infections. Co-infection of both viruses is not rare since identical modes of transmission are shared by the two viruses. The aim is to establish the coinfection of the Hepatitis B and C viruses in pregnancy, their…
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OSPE, OSVE and OSCE in Anatomy

We may wonder how it is possible to apply OSPE (objective structured practical examination), OSVE (objective structured viva examination) and OSCE (objective structured clinical examination) in Anatomy. These are the different evaluation approaches which are focused on objectivity. These approaches are accepted internationally and are applied worldwide because they carry out impartial assessment of students…
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Investigation on Tubal Infertility and Chlamydia Trachomatis in a Congolese Infertile Population

Tubal-origin infertility is the most common in the sub-Saharan region. It is primarily due to infection, especially sexually transmitted infection, due to tuboperitoneal lesions. Worldwide, the major pathogen is Chlamydia trachomatis. Some studies have failed to establish the connection between tubal infertility and chlamydia trachomatis in our setting. The goal of the current study was…
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