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Jun 20, 2016

Austin Journal of Infectious Diseases

The Epidemiology of Variola Major

Abstract: Good studies of the epidemiology of smallpox (Variola major) were conducted in Asia, Africa, and Europe in the late 1960's and early 1970's. These studies showed that transmission is fairly slow and generally to susceptible persons...


Jun 20, 2016

Gastrointestinal Cancer: Research & Therapy

Hepatocellular Carcinoma - Is NAFLD Getting Stifled?

Abstract: Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC) is the second leading cause of cancer death in the world among adult men. In recent years, the incidence of HCC has been escalating, especially in men [1]...


Jun 20, 2016

Annals of Depression and Anxiety

The Facts of Antidepressant Target Serotonin and Its Role in Reducing Depression

Abstract: Modern day people are subjected to great stress irrespective of the work they do and many reasons add to this. Stress was an important factor in the past as well, but the intensity is growing more in the...


Jun 20, 2016

Annals of Nursing Research and Practice

Using a Patient-Centered Approach: Research Done Differently

Abstract: Nursing has been described as both an art and a science. In order to continue to advance nursing science and practice, it is up to us as nurse scientists, clinicians and scholars to advance nursing in...


Jun 20, 2016

Austin Journal of Endocrinology and Diabetes

Berberine, Quercetin and O-Coumaric Acid Phytochemicals Ameliorate the Impact of Experimentally Fed High-Fat/High-Sucrose Diet on Pancreas ?-Cells and Glycemic Control Indices

Abstract: Background: The worldwide growing pandemic of diabetes necessitates much attention to combat the pathogenetic metabolic syndrome. Aim: The present study aimed at investigating the possible ameliorative...


Jun 20, 2016

Austin Journal of Radiation Oncology and Cancer

Inter-Fraction Variations of D2cc Brachytherapy Dose Received By Bladder and Rectum in Patients with Inoperable Cervical Cancer

Abstract: Purpose: To examine the inter-fraction variations of the D2cc of the brachytherapy dose applied to bladder and rectum in patients with inoperable cervical cancer on the CT basis. Methods and Materials. This prospective...


Jun 20, 2016

Austin Internal Medicine

Minocycline-Associated Pancreatitis: A Rare Adverse Effect of a Commonly used Drug

Abstract: Minocycline is an antibiotic used increasingly in a variety of situations including MRSA infections and also known for its anti-inflammatory properties. Its side effects are usually benign and well known. We report a first of its kind...


Jun 20, 2016

Austin Journal of Neurological Disorders & Epilepsy

Selective VMAT Inhibitors for Tourette Syndrome

Abstract: The search for improved treatment options for patients with Tourette Syndrome (TS) has led to exploration of additional pharmacologic means of modulating dopaminergic pathways in the brain. Specifically, the goal has been...


Jun 17, 2016

Austin Journal of Pulmonary & Respiratory Medicine

Air Pollution and Lung Function Loss: The Importance of Metabolic Syndrome

Abstract: A multinational study spanning over 20 years showed that approximately 5.5 million deaths were attributed to airpollution [1]. Even brief ambient Particulate Matter (PM) exposure significantly...


Jun 21, 2016

Austin Journal of Autism & Related Disabilities

Mutation Screening and Copy Number Detection of NRXN1 in Chinese Han Patients with Autism

Abstract: Objective: To explore whether the coding and regulatory regions in the Neurexin1 (NRXN1) gene are varied in Han Chinese children with autism, and to predict the possible function of these mutations...


Jun 21, 2016

Austin Journal of Autism & Related Disabilities

Mutation Screening and Copy Number Detection of NRXN1 in Chinese Han Patients with Autism

Abstract: Objective: To explore whether the coding and regulatory regions in the Neurexin1 (NRXN1) gene are varied in Han Chinese children with autism, and to predict the possible function of these mutations...


Jun 22, 2016

Austin Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Radiotherapy

Giant Hydrocele in a Decompansated Cirrhotic Patient: Not Always Up Sometimes Down

Abstract: Hydrocele denotes a pathological accumulation of serous fluid in a body cavity. Ascites is the most common complication of cirrhosis and it causes an increase in the intra abdominal pressure. Here in we report an alcoholic cirrhotic...



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