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    Mass media information can facilitate early diagnose of hereditary angioedema: Case series study

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    Published On: September 14, 2018 | Pages: 019 - 022

    Author(s): Isao Ohsawa*, Daisuke Honda, Yuya Nakamura, Hiromichi Gotoh, Yoshikazu Goto, Yusuke Suzuki and Yasuhiko Tomino
    Background: A patient’s motivation for consulting a physician is paramount to the first steps of achieving an early diagnosis of hereditary angioedema (HAE). Understanding what triggers this motivation can help in the design of strategies to increase the number of visits to a specialist physician following early symptoms of HAE. The aim of the present study was to ide ...
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    The Role of Dr. Colonel Vance H. Marchbanks in developing an oxygen delivery system: A “Forgotten First” in Aviation and Aerospace

    DOI Logo 10.17352/2455-5282.000062

    Published On: June 30, 2018 | Pages: 016 - 018

    Author(s): L Ray Matthews*, Zellie Rainey Orr, Latasha Oaks, Omar K Danner, Kahdi F Udobi, Assad Taha, Jonathan Nguyen, Kenneth L Wilson, Ronald Hoard and Ed W Childs
    In our series of unsung or forgotten medical heroes, we first published a manuscript on Alvin Blunt, Jr, M.D. who was the first African American MASH physician in the Korean War. Dr. Kenneth L. Wilson’s manuscript changed United States military history. Our second manuscript in our series, Medical Miracle in Indianola, Mississippi: The Untold Story of Dr. Clinton Batt ...
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    Primary Amenorrhea due to Craniopharyngyoma

    DOI Logo 10.17352/2455-5282.000061

    Published On: June 20, 2018 | Pages: 014 - 015

    Author(s): Vanremmawii*
    Amenorrhoea is a very common complaint in obstetrics and gynecology outdoor patient department, but primary amenorrhea is not a common complaint. ...
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    The Anemia that Halted Treatment: A case of Complicated Hyperlipidemia

    DOI Logo 10.17352/2455-5282.000060

    Published On: March 22, 2018 | Pages: 010 - 013

    Author(s): Mark M Mokhtar*, Catherine E Lempke and Ruth Agwuna
    Familial hyperlipidemia is defi ned by abnormal levels of the following: low density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C); high density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL); triglycerides (TAG); or any combination of the three. ...
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    The Heart That Wasn’t Attacked: A Case of Transverse Myelitis

    DOI Logo 10.17352/2455-5282.000059

    Published On: March 16, 2018 | Pages: 007 - 009

    Author(s): Mark M Mokhtar*, Ahmed Ibrahim and Catherine E Lempke
    Transverse myelitis is an autoimmune demyelination disease of the spinal cord that can present with a myriad of symptoms ranging from altered sensations, weakness, loss of bowel control and so forth. There are approximately 1400 new cases reported each year in the United States, but this is likely an underestimation, without a gender bias or familial predisposition a ...
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    Spontaneous Rupture of the Kidney Due to Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia: The First Episode and a Glance on the Literature

    DOI Logo 10.17352/2455-5282.000058

    Published On: February 05, 2018 | Pages: 003 - 006

    Author(s): Sami Mahjoub Taha*, Awad Al Kareem Abd El Geyoom, Mohammed El Imam M Ahmed, Nada Osman and Musab Mahjoub Taha
    Spontaneous rupture of the kidney consists of the atraumatic disruption of the renal parenchyma, followed by hemorrhage or leakage of urine into the perinephric space. ...
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    A giant abdominal well differentiated Liposarcoma: A rare etiology of abdominal mass

    DOI Logo 10.17352/2455-5282.000057

    Published On: January 31, 2018 | Pages: 001 - 002

    Author(s): Soukaina EL Yazal*, Abdelouahed Louzi, Fatima Z Lairani, Soukaina Jiddi, Imane Haraki, Sofi a Oubaha, Zouhour Samlani Sebbane and Khadija Krati
    Liposarcoma is the most common retroperitoneal sarcoma and represents more than 15% of all sarcomas. Well differentiated liposarcoma is usually located in the extremities. We report the case of a patient with a giant retroperitoneal liposarcoma revealed by an abdominal mass. ...
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