December, 2017


Clinical Image

Lung Adenocarcinoma Mimicking Interstitial Lung Disease

Lung adenocarcinoma can have highly variable clinical presentation, and range from a small solitary nodule or limited number of nodules, to more extensive miliary disease, or diffuse parenchymal infiltrates that are similar in appearance to bacterial pneumonia.

Published 23 Dec, 2017


Case Report

Evaluation of Anticancer Potential of the Unorthodox Homeopathic Nosode, HIV-30c, in A549 Cancer Cells: a Commentary on our Recently Published Research

A homeopathically prepared remedy, HIV nosode 30c was tested for its possible anticancer potential and therapeutic use against cancer as revealed from a recent study on A-549 lung cancer cells conducted in our lab by deploying certain molecular biology protocols that yielded some interesting and promising results.

Published 17 Dec, 2017


Letter to Editor

New Challenges of Urothelial Carcinoma

Urothelial carcinoma (UC) of the bladderis a major cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide, causing an estimated 150,000 deaths per year [1].

Published 28 Dec, 2017


Clinical Image

Secondary Soft Tissue Sarcoma after Carbon Ion Radiotherapy for Sacral Chordoma

Highly malignant sarcomatoid areas rarely observed in cases of chordoma are post-radiation, sarcomatoid chordoma, dedifferentiated chordoma.

Published 05 Dec, 2017


Short Communication

Can Advances in Immunotherapy Improve the Survival in Women with Recurrent Cervical Cancer?

Cervical cancer is the second leading cause of female cancer related deaths in the world with an estimated 266,000 lives lost each year [1,2].

Published 15 Dec, 2017


Short Communication

Experience of Early Gastric Cancer at Dual Energy CT with Iodine Map

The patient was a 77-year-old man in whom posterior wall thickening of the lower gastric body was shown in abdominal CT.

Published 31 Dec, 2017


Mini Review

Tarpgaard et al is: Repurposing of Drugs in Chemotherapy Resistant Colorectal Cancer

Chemotherapy resistance remains a major clinical problem in the current treatment of cancer patients and chemotherapy resistance almost inevitably occursin metastatic cancer patients.

Published 11 Dec, 2017


Short Communication

Patient Early-Risk Assignment: A Rational Approach to Personalized Medical Cancer Prevention

The cancer burden is projected to increase in Europe from 3.6 million cases in 2015 to 4.3 million cases in 2035; an annual increase of approximately 20% or roughly 716,000 new cases.

Published 11 Dec, 2017


Case Report

Simultaneous Tubulovillous Adenoma with Focal Adenocarcinoma and Neuroendocrine Tumor in Ampulla of Vater: Report of One Case

A 56 year-old male with medical control for diabetes for years, was referred to our hospital due to abdominal discomfort accompanied with body weight loss 10 kg within 6 months.

Published 08 Dec, 2017


Case Report

Organizing Pneumonia in a Patient with Myelodysplastic Syndrome Who was Treated with Azacitidine

A 75-year-old male was referred to our hospital due to anemia.

Published 03 Dec, 2017


Research Article

The Incidence Rate of Leukaemiain England, United Kingdom: an Observational Descriptive Epidemiological Analysis of Data from National Statistics Office 2000-2015

Background: This study provides a descriptive epidemiological data on leukaemia cases diagnosed from 2000 to 2015 among male and female British in England, United Kingdom, including the frequency number of cases, the age specific incidence rate, and the age-standardised incidence rate (ASIR) stratified by the age group, region, gender and year of diagnosis.

Published 29 Dec, 2017


Case Report

Magnetic Resonance Lymphangiography: Clinical and Radiological Correlation

Purpose: To find correlation between the clinical and pre and postoperative findings and magnetic resonance lymphangiography (MRL) images of the lower extremities.

Published 05 Dec, 2017


Review Article

Lactate: Metabolic Hallmark of Cancer in 21st Century

Current understandings of lactate and tumor metabolism indicate that lactate acts as both a potent fuel (oxidative) and signaling molecule (angiogenesis and immune-suppression) in the body.

Published 06 Dec, 2017





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