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  • Abdallah, Nadhem
    This task was done in aim of reviewing the relevant literature pertaining to Intra Abdominal Hypertension and Abdominal Compartment Syndrome with a focused regard to the etiology of Acute Pancreatitis in order to gain ...
  • Gupta, Divya
    Among the 40 million abortions carried out worldwide.90% of these abortions in developing regions of the world like India and sub-Saharan Africa.20,000 indian women dying from abortion related complications.of Misoprostol ...
  • Hassan, Henna
    This thesis looking into the production and management of migraine. An overview of the various theories that give rise to migraine. Acute management of migraine in relation to the theories. Understanding how many known ...
  • Eigbe, Zion
    APBI has become the mainstay of breast cancer treatment. The short duration of therapy reduced total cost and positive result makes it a favourable option in the treatment of breast cancer.
  • Nwidaa, Igwe Mecha
    The data from clinical trials investigating Accelerated Partial Breast Irradiation (APBI) have shown that with the proper patient selection, strict adherence to established guidelines and implementation of quality assurance ...
  • Abu Ghazaleh, Mohammad
    The thesis explains in detail the pathophysiology of heart failure and the role of Ace inhibitors in slowing the progression of heart failure by directly and indirectly slowing cardiac myocytes remodeling and ventricular ...
  • Fahdawi, Othman Affan
    Angiotensin-converting-enzyme inhibitors are a phmaceutical drugs used to treat several diseases such as hypertension and heart failure. During the passage of vessels in the lungs and renal vasculature, Ang I is generated ...
  • Eriksson, Annica
    Although initially considered of low pathogenic potential in healthy individuals, Acintobacter baumannii is now largely considered as an important pathogen implicated in nosocomial infections. Acinetobacter baumannii was ...
  • Thorrason, Valtyr Aron
    With tears of the ACL in the youngest age groups occurring more frequently than ever, the demand has never been higher for prompt diagnosis and accurate management of ACL tears in children which takes into account the ...
  • Shakeel, Areebah
    Acne is a condition characterized by chronic inflammation of the pilosebaceous unit. The inflammation can be caused by abnormal keratinization which blocks the pore, excess sebum production, and the presence of Cutibacterium ...
  • Naim, Pedram
    Acne is a multifactorial and complicated dermatological condition, Due to it's complexity there lies many facts and fiction in it's pathology and treatment. This review aims to clarify and review the treatment options and ...
  • Freidman, Hannah
    Acne is a common skin disease that affects most individuals at some point in their lives. It is classified into different forms which vary in severity, lesion type, and localization, with the face commonly involved. The ...
  • Abramov, Chen
    The case study is of a patient suffering from acquired (anti-body) haemophilia caused by ureteral tumour. There was no mention of haemophilia neither in her own nor in her family anamnesis. During the medical check-up ...
  • Noori, Mohammad Saeid
    Adenosine, the endogenous purine, through its action on four adenosine receptors, is involved in various processes in the heart, such as regulation of the oxygen demand, decrease in sympathetic tone, cell pre-conditioning, ...
  • Levy, Toot Viktoria
    Several types and subtypes of medications are available to treat ADHD (attention deficit hyperactive disorder). The most prevalent prescribed treatment is with CNS stimulatory drugs (stimulants) which include methylphenidate ...
  • Mehrsefat, Ali
    adipokines are products of lipid tissue and they are responsible to vast number of functions in the body, including cardiovascular diseases and insulin resistance. in case of lipid tissue dysfunction more pro-inflammatory ...
  • Dickson Tunde, Damilola
    Insulin is a peptide hormone produced and secreted by the beta cells of the pancreas, and it is the primary anabolic hormone utilized by the body for major metabolic processes. Insulin aids tissues such as white adipose ...
  • Kim, Minho
    Gout is a systemic disease that results from the deposition of monosodium urate crystals in tissues. Increased serum uric acid above a specific threshold is a requirement for the formation of uric acid crystals. The central ...
  • Shin, Chulho
    The resistant hypertension (RH) population, defined as uncontrolled BP with 3 different class of anti hypertensive drugs(ARBs, CCB, ACEI), is exposure to higher risk for target organ damage and cardiovascular disease, ...
  • Elsaygh, Jude
    Type 1 DM continues to be a disease that affects a good percentage of our population. The majority of patients are young children or teens. Before the invention of the first man-made insulin in 1978, dealing with diabetes ...
 
 

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