Jul 24, 2017

Annals of Depression and Anxiety

The Inuit Youth Suicide Epidemic in Arctic Canada

Abstract: Across Arctic Canada, Inuit youth have one of the highest suicide rates in the world. Suicide rates are also high among Indigenous youth in Siberia [1], Alaska [2], and Greenland [3]. In Canada the suicides began in the mid-1980s and have continued to rise....

Jul 24, 2017

Austin Journal of Clinical Neurology

A Rare Cause for Migraine with Aura

Abstract: We report a 32-year-old anxious male who presented to us with history of intermittent throbbing unilateral headache for past 7 years. Headache was episodic and usually lasts for 6 to 24 hours....

Jul 24, 2017

Austin Journal of Clinical Neurology

Multiple Unilobar Bleeds in a Case of Retroviral Disease

Abstract: Central Nervous System complications of retroviral infection are common. The pathophysiology of many of these complications is still not well understood. In 10-20% of symptomatic retroviral infections, neurological disease is mostly the primary manifestation of AIDS....

Jul 21, 2017

Austin Journal of Otolaryngology

Epidermal Choristoma Presenting as an Enlarging Tongue Mass

Abstract: Epidermal choristoma is an extremely rare entity characterized by histologically normal-appearing skin with associated hair follicles, sebaceous glands, and adnexa in an abnormal location. When localized to the oral cavity, this lesion presents most-commonly.....

Jul 21, 2017

Austin Journal of Nephrology and Hypertension

Contrast-Induced Nephropathy due to Coronary Intervention in a Diabetic Patient: A Case Report

Abstract: Contrast-induced nephropathy (CIN) is a possible complication of coronary diagnostic and interventional procedures. Here, we present a diabetic patient admitted to our emergency department and diagnosed with CIN after repeated coronary interventions for myocardial infarction.....

Jul 21, 2017

Austin Endocrinology and Diabetes Case Reports

Globalization, Obesity and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: What We Pay?

Abstract: Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a heterogeneous disorder of unknown etiology. During last decade several studies have been conducted to identify the underlying causes of PCOS that includes multi-genetic and environmental factors. In laboratory animals.....

Jul 21, 2017

Austin Endocrinology and Diabetes Case Reports

Insights into the Topology of Antibody by Gamma Function

Abstract: Along with the rapid development of genetic engineering technology and antibody engineering technology, humanized monoclonal antibody has been rapidly developed and gradually replaces the rat sourced monoclonal antibody In this paper.....

Jul 21, 2017

Austin Journal of Clinical Neurology

Restless Legs Syndrome, the Pitfall: Hardly Diagnosed and Rarely Treated Neurological Disease

Abstract: Restless legs syndrome is a chronic progressive sleep associated sensory motor disorder which develops within the neurological disorders like Parkinsonism, Neuropathy pain and possible dementia.....

Jul 21, 2017

Austin Journal of Forensic Science and Criminology

A Fatal Case of Body Packing: The Usefulness of the Postmortem CT before the Autopsy

Abstract: The term body packing refers to the act of swallowing a high number of packages containing a great amount of illicit drugs, and concealing them in the lumen of the gastrointestinal tract in order to transport the illegal substance without being caught by security officers.....

Jul 21, 2017

Austin Journal of Business Administration and Management

America’s Public Infrastructure: A 2017 National Report Card!

Abstract: The term “infrastructure” refers to the basic facilities and installations necessary for society to operate. These include public transportation and communication systems (highways, airports, bridges, telephone lines, cellular telephone towers, post offices); educational and health facilities;......

Jul 21, 2017

Austin Journal of Autism & Related Disabilities

Use of Parent - and Child Self-Report in the Assessment of Social Anxiety in Autism Spectrum Disorder

Abstract: Assessment of disorders such as social anxiety often includes input from multiple informants, with reported symptoms and their severity typically varying between sources. When assessing individuals who are on the Autism Spectrum......

Jul 20, 2017

Austin Journal of Surgery

The Role of Anatomical Location of Parotid Tumors in the Incidence of Post-Operative Facial Nerve Paresis

Abstract: The parotid part of the Facial nerve dividing the parotid gland into the superficial and deep lobe. This close relation of the facial nerve to the parotid gland making the facial nerve at high risk of injury during parotid gland surgery......

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