July, 2020


Case Report

Pacinian Corpuscle Neuroma: A Rare Case Report with Review of Literature

The authors discuss an interesting case of a Pacinian corpuscle neuroma in the finger of a young woman who presented with severe digital pain.

Published 20 Jul, 2020

Research Article

Assessment of Knowledge Base of Primigravida about Pregnancy and Antenatal Care at the Time of Booking in a South West Nigerian Tertiary Hospital

Background: It is pertinent for the pregnant woman to understand the concept of what she is embarking on.

Published 20 Jul, 2020

Research Article

Radiotherapy Enhances Kupffer Cell Function and Modifies the Spleen Macrophage Clearance

Introduction: Although the effects of X-ray irradiation, used in megavoltage radiotherapy are wellknown, literature investigating their influence on the cell defense system is still scarce.

Published 20 Jul, 2020

Research Article

The Importance of Multidisciplinary Spina Bifida Clinic in Eastern Province, Saudi Arabia

Due to the complexity of spina bifida syndrome, patients need special attention to medical, family and social challenges.

Published 14 Jul, 2020

Research Article

Standards for Case Reports Regarding Gummy Smile Treatment in Literature: A Systematic Review

Background: Excessive gingival display, also known as gummy smile, represents a serious aesthetic problem that could be related to various etiological factors.

Published 14 Jul, 2020

Research Article

Medium Term Results in Meniscal Repair: Can Lifestyle Influence the Clinical Outcome?

Purpose: To improve the current knowledge of factors influencing the success and the clinical outcome of meniscal repair, focusing on patients’ lifestyle and on the surgical techniques applied.

Published 14 Jul, 2020

Case Report

Severe Postoperative Anemia after Repair of Type A Aortic Dissection in a Jehovah’s Witness

We report successful surgery for acute type A aortic dissection in a Jehovah’s Witness (JW) patient without the use of transfusion of allogeneic blood or blood products despite perioperative severe anemia.

Published 14 Jul, 2020

Research Article

Gender Inequality in Surgical Training Selection: A Systematic Review

Background: This study aimed to evaluate gender inequality within the Surgical Education and Training (SET) programmer selection process to identify barriers to gender equality and to outline solutions to bridge this divide.

Published 14 Jul, 2020

Research Article

Internal Hernia Repair as an Emergency after Primary and Revisional Bariatric Surgery: Results from a High-Volume Referral Center

Background: Reduction and closure of internal hernia has become a frequent emergency bariatric procedure at high-volume centers to treat complications after primary and revisional bariatric surgery.

Published 13 Jul, 2020

Editorial

Zoo: An Ignored Area for Outbreak of COVID-19

Since December 2019, a total of 49,912 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Wuhan city, Hubei Province, China.

Published 08 Jul, 2020

Case Report

Spinal MRI is not a Complete Replacement for Spinal Cord Angiography, a Rare Case of Spinal Canal Neoplasia in the Spinal Canal that Causes Paralysis: Case Report and Literature Review

Objective: One case of acute spinal cord injury was confirmed by spinal myelography, and the application of spinal angiography in patients with special spinal cord injury was explored.

Published 08 Jul, 2020

Case Report

Primary Tuberculosis of the Oral Cavity Presenting as the Ulcers: A Case Report

Tuberculosis is an infectious and chronic granulomatous disease, which involves almost any organ in the body.

Published 08 Jul, 2020

Research Article

A Retrospective Review of Surgery for Skull Base Tumors in a Nigerian Tertiary Hospital

Background: Surgery for skull base tumors is often a challenge due to difficult surgical corridor and multiple cranial nerve and neurovascular involvements, but a different set of challenges exist in this emerging practice environment.

Published 07 Jul, 2020

Review Article

Tumorigenesis and Its Neovascularization

The hunt and understanding for tumorigenesis is a critical process: its identification might highlight the perspective for the direction of future investigations and could pave the way for the development of new strategies.

Published 07 Jul, 2020

Research Article

Analysis of the Cesarean Index in Patients Primigests of Different Age Groups

Introduction: Cesarean section as a birth route is associated with an increased risk of long-term complications, such as placenta previa, placental accretion, and post-operative, such as endometritis, dehiscence, and/or surgical wound infection.

Published 07 Jul, 2020




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