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Sep 14, 2016

Austin Journal of Cardiovascular Disease and Atherosclerosis

Long-term Favorable Course of Aspergillus Endo-, Myo-, and Pericarditis

Abstract: Thirty year old healthy male with no medical history, who tested negative for human immunodeficiency virus antigens, was affected Aspergillus pancarditis. A case of this kind is extremely rare, and this is the first report of Aspergillus...


Sep 14, 2016

Annals of Surgery and Perioperative Care

The Perspectives in the Management of Obstructive Left Colonic Carcinoma

Abstract: Colonic carcinoma is the most frequent gastrointestinal malignancy. It is believed that almost 53% of colonic carcinoma are located on the sygmoid colon and the rectum and that around 20%...


Sep 14, 2016

Austin Emergency Medicine

Editorial Commentary: Warning Sign in Aortic Dissection

Abstract: Last month my colleague saw a 41-year-old lady who presented to our emergency department (ED) with initial syncope and general weakness. Although she was clear conscious at the triage, sudden...


Sep 14, 2016

Austin Emergency Medicine

The Diagnostic Challenge of Pulmonary Embolism in Elderly Patients: Shifting the Context behind the Emergency Department

Abstract: Pulmonary Embolism (PE) is a life-threatening disease state associated with a mortality rate of approximately 30 % that may cause sudden death within few hours [1-3]. Its clinical presentation...


Sep 14, 2016

Austin Emergency Medicine

Country Border, Immigration Control and National Security in this Era of Terrorism

Abstract: No home in any civilized society can show, it lacks a secure door/ entrance to a house. In some cases, especially in the case of those most affluent, where there is the presence of an additional outer perimeter...


Sep 14, 2016

Austin Journal of Endocrinology and Diabetes

Control of Food Intake by Oral Administration of Leptin to Dogs

Abstract: Upon demonstrating that long term oral administration of leptin to mice led to reducing food intake and control of body weight, we decided in the present study to evaluate the effect of short term oral administration of leptin to dogs. An...


Sep 14, 2016

Austin Journal of Clinical Case Reports

An Unusual Case of Rectal Metastasis from Ovarian Cancer

Abstract: Rectal metastasis is a rare localization from ovarian cancer. We report a case of ovarian adenocarcinoma that had rectal metastases at the releapse, diagnosed by cytomorphological features and immunocytochemical staining....


Sep 14, 2016

Austin Journal of Clinical Case Reports

Cerebral Vasculitis in a Middle - Aged Woman with Multiple Sclerosis and Interferon Treatment

Abstract: Cerebral vasculitis coexisting with multiple sclerosis is very rare. A middle aged woman was diagnosed to have multiple sclerosis from the typical clinical presentations, white matter lesions disclosed on brain magnetic resonance....


Sep 13, 2016

Annals of Depression and Anxiety

Combined Caffeine and Lecithin Induces Anxiogenic-Like Behaviours via Oxidative Stress

Abstract: Caffeine and lecithin were documented with many different contradictory effects in the body. In these studies, we set to investigate possible ameliorating effect of lecithin on anxiogenic effect of caffeine, possible mechanism of...


Sep 13, 2016

Austin Internal Medicine

Using Nanowire Sensor for BioFET Applications

Abstract: The development in the field of bio sensing of biochemical molecules has been rapid during the recent years. Among many sensing technologies, Silicon Nanowire (SiNW)-based Field-Effect...


Sep 13, 2016

Austin Journal of Public Health and Epidemiology

Attitude and Perception on the Impact of Female Genital Mutilation on Health and Sex Drive among Married Women in Ebenebe, Awka North L.G.A., Anambra State

Abstract: Background: Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is a kind of practice which involves the partial or complete removal of female genitalia for non-medical reasons and it leads to so many health problems like infection, keloid formation, difficulty in delivery, shock, etc....


Sep 13, 2016

Austin Journal of Vascular Medicine

Analyzing the Surgical Resection of Lung Cancer

Abstract: Background: Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths worldwide, compounded by late diagnosis. Tumor resection by surgery has been performed for selected lung cancer patients in specialized centers over the last century....



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