Category: Medical Science

Adult Sigmoid Volvulus in a Referral Hospital in East Africa

The purpose of this study was to report the presentation and management of a case of uncomplicated sigmoid volvulus in a referral hospital in East Africa. Sigmoid volvulus occurs due to twisting of the enlarged loop of the sigmoid colon about its mesenteric axis, resulting in acute colonic obstruction...
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Assessment of Pregnancy Outcomes with Maternal Age: A Retrospective Study

This study specifies placental and neonatal percentage growth trajectories in different maternal age groups. One of the most important factors for successful pregnancy outcome is maternal age. Extreme maternal age adversely affects fetal and placental growth patterns. This study was conducted on 391 placentas obtained from her 6-month consecutive...
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Do Hubs Exist in the Brain?

This bankruptcy investigates the community hubs` lifestyles and vital position withinside the brain. More specifically, we purpose to apply useful magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to validate the presence of community hubs. Then, we are able to use pharmacology and optogenetic gear to look at their causal position in behavior....
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Determining Transfusion Needs: Global Expectations and Realities

The  clinical transfusion therapy process consists of three processes: the ordering process, the selection and matching process, and the transfusion process. To determine the actual need for blood, these procedures must be analyzed and understood as components of the clinical process by patient, discipline, and hospital. The need for...
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Ultrasonics in Endodontics: A Brief Overview

Endodontic remedy has benefited in latest a long time from the creation of latest methods and era which have progressed end result and predictability. Important traits consisting of the running microscope and ultrasonics (US) have grow to be essential in a whole lot of dental operations in periodontology, to...
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Radiation-induced Trismus and Related Measures of Patient Life Quality

Radiation therapy (RT) and concurrent chemoradiotherapy (CCRT), with or without surgery, are the established current standard treatment modalities for patients with head and neck cancers (HNC). Radiation-induced trismus (RIT), a serious side effect of RT or CCRT, can affect 5% to 69% of HNC patients, depending on the primary...
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