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Jul 11, 2016

Austin Journal of Clinical Neurology

Recurrent fall in Parkinson Disease: Possible Role of the Proprioceptive and Vestibular Systems

Abstract: Falls are a major risk for Parkinson disease patients (PD). We sought to understand why some patients fall once and some more than once (recurrent fallers). Recurrent fallers had PD significantly longer, 12.6 + 7.0 versus 5.9 + 4.5...


Jul 11, 2016

Austin Journal of Reproductive Medicine & Infertility

Could Luteinizing Hormone be Involved in the Maladies of Elderly Women?

Abstract: Women are living longer in industrialized societies due to better health care, diet, healthy life style choices, regular exercise, etc. As a result, a greater number of women are surviving into their 80s, 90s...


Jul 11, 2016

Austin Journal of Forensic Science and Criminology

Identification of Suspect by Bite Mark Analysis in a Dead Woman: A Case Report

Abstract: Human bite marks are unique and can provide precise biter identification. When a dead woman was found with a thoraco abdominal bite mark, the first step was tried to recognize the owner of the guilty teeth. A suspect was found...


Jul 11, 2016

Austin Journal of Infectious Diseases

Ebola Patients Air Evacuation in Isolation Bubble

Abstract: For the past five years Medic'Air Int'l Doctors have been working to improve an internal process: Biorisk Air Transport (B.A.T.) for any request of evacuation of contagious patient needing isolation. During 2015 & 2016, Medic' Air performed...


Jul 11, 2016

Annals of Translational Medicine & Epidemiology

Conjugation of Cholesterol to HIV-1 Fusion Peptide CP32M Improves its Antiviral Potency and Retainment at the Host Cell Membrane

Abstract: Peptides derived from the C-terminal heptad repeat (CHR) of the HIV-1 gp41 can effectively block viral entry by binding to the trimeric viral N-terminal heptad repeat (NHR) coiled-coil core. CP32M, a peptide modified from the CHR...


Jul 12, 2016

Austin Anaplastology

Thimble - Type Prostheses: A Successful Option for Distal Finger Loss

Abstract: Anaplastology is a branch of medicine dealing with the prosthetic rehabilitation of an absent, disfigured or malformed facial or body parts. The custom-made finger prosthesis is esthetically acceptable and comfortable for...


Jul 12, 2016

Austin Hypertension

Gut Microbiota and Cardiovascular Disease

Abstract: Microbiota w ithin the intestines and the host interact with each other and there by affect the host's health status, which in turn affects the structure of gut microbiota. With advances in metagenomics, metabolomics and...


Jul 12, 2016

Austin Journal of Vascular Medicine

Pathogenesis, Diagnosis and Treatment of Splenic Artery Aneurysms

Abstract: Splenic Artery Aneurysm (SAA) remains rare pathology. Although rare, the SAA is the most common visceral artery aneurysm with 4:1 female-to-male predominance, commonly located in the distal third of the splenic artery (75% of...


Jul 12, 2016

Annals of Hematology & Oncology

The Management of Spinal Cord Compression in Multiple Myeloma

Abstract: Multiple myeloma (MM) is a hematopoietic disorder which is characterized by accumulation of monoclonal plasma cells with the most common localization being the spine. Spinal cord compression (SCC) occurs approximately 5% of...


Jul 12, 2016

Austin Dental Sciences

Cerebral Palsy Oral Health: Impact of Drooling and Dental Caries

Abstract: Cerebral Palsy (CP) is defined as a group of disorders of development of movement and posture, causing activity limitations that are attributable to non progressive disturbances, which...


Jul 12, 2016

Austin Internal Medicine

Hyponatremia in Congestive Failure: Evidence Based Management

Abstract: Hyponatremia frequently complicates management of Congestive Heart Failure (CHF), either due to disease severity and/or due to diuretic use. It is an independent predictor of increased morbidity and mortality in CHF. Evidence...


Jul 12, 2016

Chronic Diseases - International

Evaluation of the Results of Repair of Flexor Digitorum Superficialis and Flexor Digitorum Profundus Tendon Injury of the Hand at Zone-V

Abstract: Hand is the most important organ of a man. For proper functioning of hand intactness of tendons (both flexor and extensor) are essential. Injury to the tendons in hand produces nonfunctioning or deforming hand. Deformity...



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