January, 2019

Clinical Image

Ondine's Curse Caused by Brainstem Glioma

A 60 year old male presented to the emergency room from his nursing home with hypoxia.

Published on 31 Jan, 2019


Clinical Image

Unexplained Anemia and Signet Ring Cell Carcinoma

A 32-year-old male presented with fever, weakness and weight loss since five months.

Published on 31 Jan, 2019


Case Report

IgG4-Related Interstitial Lung Disease and Lymphadenopathy: Report of a Case

IgG4-related disease is an immune-related condition that can affect multiple organ systems.

Published on 31 Jan, 2019


Case Summary

Chronic Cough due to Fish Bone Incarcerated in the Bronchi Diagnosed by Bronchoscope - A Case Report

Introduction: The causes of chronic cough are complicated, bronchoscope plays an important role in diagnosing specific types of chronic cough.

Published on 31 Jan, 2019


Case Report

A Rare Case of Cerebral Venous Sinus Thrombosis (CVST) Induced by Norethisterone Enanthate: Report from a Medical University Hospital in Bangladesh

Cerebral Venous Sinus Thrombosis (CVST) is a rare condition and the association between norethisterone enanthate and CVST in the literature has very seldom been reported.

Published on 25 Jan, 2019


Clinical Video

Technical Aspects of Microsurgical Dissection of Sylvian Fissure

Multiple intracranial pathologies including aneurysms of middle cerebral artery, distal basilar artery and suprasellar pathologies require sylvian fissure opening. Safety of venous, arterial and neural structure is the key to successful surgery through sylvian fissure corridor.

Published on 28 Jan, 2019


Short Communication

Thoracic Vertebra Metastasis Mimicking Thyroid Nodule

A patient with previously known bone metastases was referred to bone scintigraphy, however, compared to his initial scintigraphy a focally increased uptake of radioactivity in anterior neck region was newly observed.

Published on 25 Jan, 2019


Research Article

NutriDia-Nutritional Decision Support between Cancer Patients at Risk of Weight Loss and Healthcare Staff

Introduction: Malnutrition is common in patients with cancer, as between 15% to 80% of all patients experience significant weight loss during disease and treatment.

Published on 21 Jan, 2019


Short Communication

Now Phenibut! What’s Next?

A 30-year-old woman started using Phenibut around 48 months ago to self-medicate for depression and anxiety disorder in the background of emotionally unstable personality disorder.

Published on 14 Jan, 2019


Clinical Video

Frenectomy with Diode Laser LASER HF

A male patient at the age of 10 year appeared at the Department for Pediatric and Preventive Dentistry at the University Dental Clinical Center St. Pantelejmon, where we diagnosed diastema mediana between the central upper incisives.

Published on 21 Jan, 2019


Case Study

Reorganization of the Workspace in Tunisian Companies

In this paper, we have chosen to study in particular situations of tension and crisis in Tunisian companies, not only because they seem relevant to the object of study, but also because they offer possibilities to reorganize workspace.

Published on 18 Jan, 2019


Short Communication

Buprofezin: An Unusual Insecticide Poisoning

A 44-year-old male presented with deliberate self-harm using buprofezin, an unknown substance in human toxicology.

Published on 14 Jan, 2019


Clinical Image

MRI Imaging of Craniopharyngioma

It is a benign epithelial tumor arising from squamous cell rests in the sellar or suprasellar region arising from involuted Rathke-hypophyseal duct [1,2].

Published on 10 Jan, 2019


Surgical Technique

Design and Application of Glenn Fenestration - A Novel Hybrid Fontan Pretreatment

Objective: To reduce the difficulty of the second stage of intervention in Hybrid Fontan surgery, we designed a novel Glenn fenestration.

Published on 10 Jan, 2019


Case Report

Triple Tick Attack

Tick borne diseases are frequently seen in tick endemic areas. Lyme disease is the most common tick-borne illness.

Published on 08 Jan, 2019


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An Uncommon Congenital Hernia Called Morgagni Hernia and Its Repair

A 52-year-old female, previously healthy, was incidentally diagnosed with a Morgagni hernia by computed-tomography.

Published on 03 Jan, 2019


Case Report

Ganglioneuroblastoma: Spinal with Thoracic Extension- A Rare Diagnosis

Background: Ganglioneuroblastoma are rare tumors with origin from the neural crest cell.

Published on 03 Jan, 2019


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Emphysematous Cystitis

This case describes a 62-year-old female with type 2 diabetes mellitus who presented to the department of Emergency with abdominal pain, nausea, and vomiting.

Published on 07 Jan, 2019





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