SCIREA Journal of Clinical Medicine (ISSN: 2706-8870)

SCIREA Journal of Clinical Medicine is an international, scientific peer-reviewed open access journal published online by SCIREA.

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Dragutin Novosel, Petar Žuljević, Matija Alanović, Robert Žunac, Tina Bečić
Abstract: In a publication from 2015, Gaetano D. Gargiulo (1) describe a novel device for the ECG recordings with various parameters, which were used for the sophisticated analysis of the ECG recordings – in this particular, he analyse and discuss the concept of the Wilsnon Central Terminal (2), including as a minor topic the esti
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Atul Kapoor, Aprajita kapur
Abstract: Introduction: Alcohol and Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) are the commonest causes of advanced chronic liver disease (ACLD) worldwide. Various imaging are commonly used in the diagnosis and follow up of these patients. Child Pugh and Model of end stage liver disease systems are used for survival and three
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Mufutau Mosunmade AZEEZ, Frederick Olusegun AKINBO
Abstract: Background: The interrelationship between pregnancy, Plasmodium falciparum infection and antimalarial drug resistance serve as recipe for adverse outcomes that impact on the mother and the foetus, hence the adoption of intermittent preventive treatment in pregnancy (IPTP) using sulphadoxine-pyrimethamine (SP). Antifo
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Mariam Erradi
Abstract: Congenital tuberculosis is rare and fatal. The delay in diagnosis is very common in most cases. We report a premature infant born after 30 weeks of gestation; the diagnosis was suspected in front of otorrhea at 5 weeks of life with the announcement of the death of the mother following multifocal tuberculosis. The mycobacter
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Marina Gabrielle Epstein, Gabriel Garbato, Gabriel Maccapani, Camille Diem Benatti, Ivan Carlos Batista, Luis Henrique Barreto Chaves, Amanda Domit Dall'Alba
Abstract: Achalasia is an esophageal motor disorder characterized by the failure of the lower esophageal sphincter (LES) to relax and the loss of peristalsis in the esophageal body. Treatment options aim to alleviate the elevated pressure of the LES and include direct botulinum toxin injection, pneumatic dilation, per-oral endoscopic
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Thiago D. Gennari, Marilia O. C. D. Leal, Rubens G. Teixeira, Claudio R. P. Jodas
Abstract: PURPOSE: This article aimed to report a clinical case of a patient, a 26-year-old, caucasian man, who sought surgical treatment due to esthetic and functional complaints related to facial features. METHODS: The initial diagnosis was a standard dentofacial deformity, short face, mandibular hypoplasia, deep mento labial sulcu
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Akeem Opeyemi AKINBODE, Basira Rabiu IDRIS
Abstract: INTRODUCTION: Food safety affects everyone worldwide. Individuals and the public can experience health problems when proper food safety measures are compromised in any country. Food production needs to be conducted safely to optimize individual and public health. Food safety entails the protection of food supply chai
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Ali H. EL Masri
Abstract: Elevated blood pressure and consequently systemic hypertension (HTN) are common. HTN was divided into either essential, which counts for more than 90% of cases (where the patient needs a medication for life), and secondary (less than 10% of cases). In clinical practice, when we Look at blood pressure as a vital sign, the el
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Tandilava R.Z., Tebidze T.I., Bakhtadze T.I, Tandilava Z.R.
Abstract: We describe the clinical case of a 9-year-old girl operated for diaphragmatic hernia. The probable cause of the diaphragm defect in the girl is a blunt abdominal injury with the subsequent formation of a false diaphragmatic hernia with clinic of acute respiratory failure, making it difficult for early diagnosis. A complex o
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Alejandro L. Villalobos-Rodríguez, Rafael del Carmen Cárdenas-Núñez, Júder Narváez-Palacios, Yadira Hernández-Fuentes, Corina Bibiano-Rodríguez, Martín de Jesús Novelo-Salazar, Arturo Alfaro-Palma, Guillermo Padrón-Arredondo
Abstract: INTRODUCTION. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the prevalence of obesity worldwide has nearly tripled since 1975. According to 2016 data, 39% of the global adult population was overweight, and 13% was obese. A recent study, including 20 European countries, concluded that 53% of adults were overweight
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