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Vice President, Western University of Health Sciences, CA, USA
Psychiatrist and Psychotherapist, NHS
Department of Mental Health, Italy
Chief, Orthopaedic Department, General Hospital, Patras, Greece
Professor, Central Lisbon University Hospital, Portugal
Adjunct Professor, Department of Biomedical and Dental Sciences, University of Messina, Italy
Head of Oncology, Bnai Zion Medical Center, Haifa, Israel
Medical-Surgical Consultant, Physiological Research Laboratories/Medtronic Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota, US
Distinguished Professor, Chia Nan University of Pharmacy and Science, Taiwan
COVID-19 is a worldwide public health problem that has attracted much attention due to its clinical and para-clinical findings. In the western Asia, Qom was the first city to report COVID-19 cases on a large scale. We report gastrointestinal (GI) manifestations, as the only primary signs of COVID-19 infection have been reported. Data were obtained from patients, referred to GI clinics in Qom city, from February 25th to March 15th, 2020 who had refractory GI symptoms but there was no detection of digestive diseases after typical medical examinations. They were requested to do follow up tests, eventually the patients were tested for COVID-19. The presence of COVID-19 was confirmed based on the WHO guidelines.
The aim of this study was to assess, identify and have a better understanding of the importance of patient safety culture within the healthcare organization and to create insights on the impact of cultural management systems regarding patient safety. The research method of this study is an integrated literature of the patient safety culture and perspectives of healthcare workers, assessed using the Modified Stanford Instrument (MSI) and Manchester Patient Safety Framework (MaPSaF).
Everybody is born with the mammary gland. Mammary gland development occurs through various stages throughout embryonic, and stays dormant for males. Although it is uncommon, male also gets breast cancer, occasionally. Male breast cancer accounts for approximately 1% of all breast cancer cases, and it is increasing. When compared with other rare diseases, male breast cancer is understudied. Typically, male breast cancer is treated in the same way as female breast cancer. In this article, the various aspects and attributes of male breast cancer and its treatment methods are reviewed.
The appendix testis may be involved in the normal testicular descent and there are reports of decreased incidence of appendix testis in children with undescended testis. The aim of this study was to evaluate the incidence of appendix testis in children with undescended testis in comparison to the incidence in children with normally descended testis.
Outcome of most of the biliary and pancreatic malignancy is not good. Demography and involvement of different sites of these malignancies by endoscopic retrograde cholagiopancreatography (ERCP) are not widely studied in Bangladesh. We have studied ERCP based different biliary and pancreatic malignancy and their demographic characteristics.
We experienced a rare case of 9-months-old girl with an abdominal neuroblastoma that exhibited radiographic evidence of tumor extension into the mesenteric artery. Imaging studies were suggestive of neuroblastoma which also confirmed by the histologic analysis that show a diagnosis of neuroblastoma too. The patient never underwent initial chemotherapy for the treatment of neuroblastoma but experienced operation for tumor and resection was successfully achieved. This case and the treatment strategy are discussed in this paper.
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