January, 2020


Review Article

Phosphorylation of 5-LOX: The Potential Set-point of Inflammation

Inflammation secondary to tissue injuries serves as a double-edged sword that determines the prognosis of tissue repair.

Published 10 Jan, 2020


Editorial

What is the Meaning of the Circumferential Resection Margin Involvement by Lymph Nodes Detected by Magnetic Resonance?

Sometimes, at the colorectal cancer multidisciplinary meeting, patients with rectal cancer with the Circumferential Resection Margin (CRM) involved by a suspicious metastatic lymph node by magnetic resonance are presented.

Published 08 Jan, 2020


Review Article

Parathyroid Glands - A Sacrosanct During Thyroidectomy

Understanding parathyroid gland anatomy and intraoperative attention to detail facilitates the identification of normal parathyroids during thyroidectomies.

Published 08 Jan, 2020


Case Report

The Type of this Study of the EBM Level was Level IV: This is a Case Study. And Evidence Obtained from Multiple Time Series with the Intervention

Background: Neurofibromas are benign peripheral nerve sheath tumors. Solitary neurofibromas may be quite large.

Published 06 Jan, 2020


Case Series

Anterior Sensory Myelopathy: A Retrospective Observational Case Series of an Overlooked Neurological Disorder

Background: Individuals with cervical myelopathy can sometimes present with more subtle signs and symptoms of loss of pain and temperature sensation from compression of the anterolateral spinothalamic tract without involvement of other spinal cord tracts.

Published 01 Jan, 2020


Research Article

Evaluation of Laparoscopy in Undiagnosed Acute Abdomen

Background: Nearly 35% cases of acute abdomen presenting to the emergency settings remain undiagnosed even after abdomino-pelvic CT.

Published 01 Jan, 2020


Research Article

Changes in Oral Health-Related Quality of Life for Patients Undergoing Orthognathic Surgery - A Review

Objective: To identify current knowledge of changes in quality of life including Oral Health-Related Quality of Life (OHRQoL) for patients undergoing orthognathic surgery based on validated questionnaires.

Published 01 Jan, 2020





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