Medical Science

Editor Papa Research November 18, 2019

Complete genital self-mutilation (GSM), mostly a non-suicidal behavior, is a rare occurrence among patients with psychotic and non-psychotic disorders. This case report is on a patient who, in the shadow of severe bizarre psychotic manifestations with overwhelming socio-cultural contents, completely self-mutilated his external genitals with a sharp blade. Emergency surgical and psychiatric management improved his […]

Editor Papa Research November 18, 2019

Background: Traditional cautery is a well-known healing practice used in many diseases in diverse cultures of the world since ancient times. Traditional healers, practitioners and professionals continuously improved several structural and procedural perspectives of this practice over centuries. However, numerous modern cauteries and related devices used in modern surgery began to be developed by Bovie […]

Editor Papa Research November 18, 2019

A case of a 48-year-old female, who presented with refractory haemetemesis. Her oesophago-gastroduodenoscopy showed only a healing ulcer but profuse bleeding was seen from duodenum. In spite of a negativeoesophago-gastroduodenoscopy she was bleeding profusely with hemodynamic decompensation. Doppler coeliac trunk showed a supra pancreaticcystic lesion with yin-yang pattern of blood flow confirming a pseudo aneurysm […]

Editor Papa Research November 18, 2019

Aims: Guillain Barre Syndrome (GBS) is an auto-immune mediated demyelination polyradiculoneuropathy. Clinical features include progressive symmetrical ascending muscle weakness of more than two limbs, areflexia with or without sensory, autonomic and brainstem abnormalities. The purpose of this study was to determine subclinical neurological changes of CNS with GBS & to establish the presence of central […]

Editor Papa Research November 18, 2019

Approximately one out of every 600-1,000 births results in an extra chromosome of the twenty first group called Trisomy 21 or Down syndrome. Usually most of the dental treatment for persons with Down syndrome can be carried out in a general dental office with relatively minor adaptations. In undergraduate dental training there is usually little […]

Editor Papa Research November 18, 2019

Introduction: Human papillomavirus (HPV) is a known cancer-causing virus that has been primarily linked to cervical cancers. Recent studies have shown that HPV may also induce cancer in other tissues, including oral epithelia and mucosa. To determine the presence of oral HPV infection among pediatric patients, salivary samples were assessed to determine oral prevalence of […]

Editor Papa Research November 18, 2019

Background: Globally, ethical issues in research are becoming of major importance, being well established in developed countries with little information about research ethics committees (RECs) in Africa. It is essential to promote the efficiency of the ethics review committee to protect participants and guarantee the successful implementation of good clinical research.  Objective/aim: To describe the […]

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