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A high incidence rate of urinary tract cancer in the Acre District among the Jewish population compared with the non-Jewish population has been studied. The dietary and environmental factors identified and the possible mechanisms of the protective effect that may be conferred by fluid intake, olives and olive oil, cumin, and pepper (chili pepper and pepper)… (More)
BACKGROUND Mycoplasma synoviae is an important avian pathogen which can cause both respiratory disease and synovial joint inflammation (synovitis) in poultry. Mycoplasmas spp. may cause the respiratory system infection in ostriches with symptoms such as inflammation of the nose, trachea and also damages of lungs. OBJECTIVES The current study aimed to use… (More)
BACKGROUND AND AIM Testicular damage due to ischemia during torsion is aggravated after reduction and reperfusion. The severity of the damage depends on the degree and duration of the torsion. Hypothermia has been successfully used in preserving the viability of ischemic organs for a prolonged period. Our aim is to evaluate the effect of external scrotal… (More)
Five cases of Prader-Willi syndrome were found in an inbred south Louisiana family. Pedigree data strongly support autosomal recessive inheritance of the syndrome in this family.