Sep 13, 2016

Austin Journal of Vascular Medicine

Massive Hematoma after a Rupture of the Descending Scapular Artery: Case Report

Abstract: Clinical Presentation: An 87-year-old man was diagnosed with a massive hematoma on his right hemithorax due to a rupture of the DSA. Several months earlier he was diagnosed with a distal clavicle fracture on the right side.....

Sep 13, 2016

Austin Journal of Gastroenterology

A Case of Pancreatic Hemangioma in Adult which Mimics Adenocarcinoma of the Pancreas

Abstract: Pancreatic hemangiomas are benign tumors extremely rare in adults, rarer than in children. Although were reported a small number of pancreatic hemangiomas, mostly were proved to be hyper vascular tumors....

Sep 13, 2016

Austin Journal of HIV/AIDS Research

Incidence of Discontinuation or Modification of Antiretroviral Therapy due to Toxicity of Treatment Stratified by Age

Abstract: Purpose: To evaluate the incidence of discontinuing or modifying of active Anti Retroviral Therapy (ART) due to toxicity of treatment stratified by age in a real practice cohort....

Sep 13, 2016

Journal of Cardiovascular Disorders

A Case of Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy

Abstract: A 72-year-old female with history of COPD presented to the ED for evaluation of shortness of breath. Her daughter was at the bedside during the interview and reported the patient became acutely short...

Sep 12, 2016

Austin Journal of Cerebrovascular Disease & Stroke

The Orthoptists' Role in Stroke Management

Abstract: Background: Visual problems following stroke are multifaceted, cause significant impairment and can be a barrier to rehabilitation. Orthoptists specialize in the management of ocular motility disorders, including strabismus,...

Sep 12, 2016

Austin Food Sciences

Yield and Quality Response of Chickpea Cultivars to Different NPK Levels

Abstract: There is a wrong perception with the farmers that gram being a legume crop does not need any nutrition. They usually grow it without supplying any fertilizer and get very low yield. The study was planned to observe the effects...

Sep 12, 2016

Austin Food Sciences

Biochemical and Agronomic Traits of Chickpea Cultivars Response to Drought Stress

Abstract: The drought is one of the foremost a biotic stress in agriculture in the world. This study was planned to explore the effect of water stress on the proline content, the chlorophyll content and yield traits in three cultivars of...

Sep 12, 2016

Austin Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

Focusing on Strengths of the Heart in Understanding Success and Psychological Well-Being of High-Ability Students

Abstract: In our research lab at Florida State University, and previously, in my work at Duke University, my students and I have focused on three related areas of investigation: how to identify high-ability...

Sep 12, 2016

Austin Journal of Clinical Medicine

Targeted Therapy Advances in Metastatic Non Small Cell Lung Carcinoma

Abstract: Non Small Cell Lung Carcinoma (NSCLC) remains a major health burden worldwide; it is the leading cause of cancer death in the world. In the last decade, stereotypical treatment has given way to the concept of personalized...

Sep 12, 2016

Journal of Stem Cells Research, Reviews & Reports

Counting on Mesenchymal Stem Cells: A Hope for Treating Parkinson's Disease

Abstract: Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs) are reported to take part in tissue regeneration both in cellular and molecule levels. Here, we have reviewed the potential role of MSCs for the treatment of Parkinson's Disease (PD). MSCs,...

Sep 12, 2016

Austin Journal of Dentistry

Parotid Gland Tuberculosis: A Clinical Rarity

Abstract: We describe a case of Parotid gland tuberculosis which is a rarely encountered clinical entity. The condition is often misdiagnosed as a neoplasm or other inflammatory diseases of salivary gland and leads to unnecessary...

Sep 12, 2016

Journal of Family Medicine

Shifting Attention to the Family Caregiver: The Neglected, Vulnerable, At-Risk Person Sitting at the Side of Your Patient and Struggling to Maintain their Own Health

Abstract: Family caregivers are spouses, partners, family members, or friends who provide extraordinary uncompensated care yet are themselves a vulnerable and at-risk population, who must be recognized as "care recipients in their...

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