Medical Science

Editor Papa Research March 2, 2020

Autoimmune hemolytic anemia Red blood cell (RBC) autoantibodies are a relatively uncommon cause of anemia. However, autoimmune hemolytic anemia (AIHA) must be considered in the differential diagnosis of hemolytic anemias, especially if the patient has a concomitant lymphoproliferative disorder, autoimmune disease, or viral or mycoplasmal infection. Classifications of AIHA include warm AIHA, cold agglutinin syndrome, […]

Editor Papa Research February 18, 2020

Background: Abdominal wall endometriomas are quite uncommon. They are usually misdiagnosed by both the surgeon and the gynaecologist. Awareness of the details of this rare condition is therefore essential for prompt diagnosis and adequate treatment. Introduction: Endometriosis though a condition commonly seen in the pelvic region can also occur at extrapelvic sites giving rise to […]

Editor Papa Research February 18, 2020

Objective: The objective of current study to evaluate the outcome results of the surgical correction and as well as the effects of some factors on the outcome and surgical response of primary exotropia. Study Design: Retrospective Clinical Study. Place and Duration of Study: Hamad Medical Corporation– Tertiary Hospital in Qatar, study done over six months. […]

Editor Papa Research February 17, 2020

The prevalence of patients infected with Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus present different problems of nosocomial infections diseases in addition to multidrug resistance. This work aim to evaluate the antibacterial effect of four polyphenolic extracts from honey against Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus. An extraction of polyphenol was carried out from different honey samples collected from different […]

Editor Papa Research February 17, 2020

Uterine leiomyomas are common and can affect up to 30% of women older than 35 years. Despite this, leiomyomas of the vulva are rare, masquerading and usually misdiagnosed as Bartholin cyst preoperatively. These smooth muscle tumors are typically painless, solitary and well circumscribed and can affect female of any age group. We present a case […]

Editor Papa Research February 17, 2020

Subacute sclerosing panencephalitis (SSPE) is a progressive degenerative disease caused by measles infection with overall poor prognosis in spite multiple modalities of treatment. The course of the disease is characterized by progressive neurological decline in the form of behavioral and personality changes followed by a stage of characteristic periodic myoclonic spasms followed by a stage […]

Editor Papa Research February 17, 2020

The presence of putative periodontal pathogens is crucial to the development of inflammatory periodontal disease, but host immunity and other risk factors may also play a role in its progression. Genetic factors may act as a protective or risk factor. ABO blood groups are the most investigated erythrocyte antigen system. The presence or absence of […]

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