February, 2019


Clinical Image

Neuronal Convolutional Networks for Early Diagnosis of Breast Carcinoma using Thermography

Breast cancer is one of the main causes of female mortality in developed countries.

Published 04 Mar, 2019


Case Report

Skin Metastases from Ovarian Carcinoma

Skin metastases from malignant ovarian carcinoma are very uncommon.

Published 04 Mar, 2019


Research Article

Acute Myeloid Leukemia with Marrow Mastocytosis: Does It Affect Prognosis?

Introduction: Mastocytosis can be associated with a hematological neoplasm of non mast cell lineage which is most commonly myeloid neoplasm.

Published 15 Feb, 2019


Research Article

Two to Nine Year Review of Breast Conservation Therapy (BCT) for Breast Carcinoma: Clinico-Pathological Features and Outcomes in a Single Centre in East Africa

Introduction: Breast conservation therapy compares to mastectomy in terms of overall survival and disease free survival.

Published 15 Feb, 2019


Case Study

Effects of Platelet Count in Patients Undergoing Total Pneumonectomy

There are lots of indirect evidence that lung disease plays an important role in platelet release or Thrombopoiesis [1-4].

Published 15 Feb, 2019


Case Study

The Influence of Racial and Socio-Economic Aspects on Physician-Patient Interaction

The tobacco use has been identified as having the main part in the development of lung carcinoma is given.

Published 14 Feb, 2019


Editorial

Substantial Role of Infrared Spectroscopy in Lung Cancer Detection

Exploration of innovative approaches for ex vivo and in vivo diagnosis and imaging of cancer has resulted in the technological advances that has improved and prolonged human condition and life.

Published 14 Feb, 2019


Review Article

The Critical Overview and Provisions of a Survivor in the Depressive Condition

Depression is a psychotic disorder that can lead to emotional and psychological problems, including depressed mood, loss of interest or pleasure, losing energy and concentration, worthlessness feelings or inappropriate responsibility, loss of appetite and libido, insomnia, and persistent thoughts of death or suicide.

Published 14 Feb, 2019


Case Report

Pulmonary Artery Sarcoma Intimal Mimicking Embolism Lung

The intimal sarcoma of the pulmonary artery (SIAP) is a rare tumor of mesenchymal origin that primarily affects the large glass.

Published 14 Feb, 2019


Research Article

Which to Choose? Surgery or Upper GI Endoscopy in Symptomatic Gallstones

Background: Gallstones are common; they do not cause any symptoms in many people.

Published 13 Feb, 2019


Editorial

Solutions for the Looming Cancer Wave in the Developing World: Moving from Compassion to Commerce

The horizon ahead for cancer care is not bright for my friend Linh from the Bac Ha village high in the mountains of northern Vietnam, recently found to have breast cancer.

Published 13 Feb, 2019


Case Presentation

Doege-Potter Syndrome and How a Benign Tumour Spreads: Case Report

Solitary Fibrous Tumors of the Pleura (SFTP) are rare tumors, usually benign.

Published 13 Feb, 2019


Editorial

Allogeneic Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation at Fifty: Is it Facing an Existential Crisis in the Midst of Newer Innovations in the Field of Hematological Malignancies!

When feasible, advanced epithelial ovarian cancer is treated with primary cytoreductive surgery to resect all macroscopic disease followed by Platinum-based chemotherapy to achieve the best survival.

Published 13 Feb, 2019


Case Report

Rapid Postoperative Growth of Ovarian Cancer- Two Case Reports

When feasible, advanced epithelial ovarian cancer is treated with primary cytoreductive surgery to resect all macroscopic disease followed by Platinum-based chemotherapy to achieve the best survival.

Published 12 Feb, 2019


Clinical Image

SPECT-CT and Planar Image of Incidental Struma Ovarii through I-131 Whole-Body Scan in Follow-up of Well-Differentiated Thyroid Cancer

A 47-year-old female underwent total thyroidectomy for papillary thyroid cancer.

Published 12 Feb, 2019


Research Article

Peri-Areolar Administration of Methylene Blue Dye as an Independent, Cost Effective and Reliable Technique for Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy in Early Breast Cancer

Background: Sentinel Lymph Node (SLN) biopsy is the standard technique of pathologically staging a clinically negative axilla for decisions on adjuvant treatment.

Published 12 Feb, 2019





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