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Application of alvarado scoring system in diagnosis of acute appendicitis.
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Alvarado scoring system is easy, simple and cheap complementary aid for supporting the diagnosis of acute appendicitis especially for junior surgeons.
with rheumatoid arthritis in a young boy
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An 11-year-old boy has Degos' disease, a progressive, small- and medium-size arterial occluding disease, leading to tissue infarction and initially involving the skin.
Prospective study of pattern of breast diseases at Nepalgunj Medical College (NGMC), Nepal.
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It is concluded that benign breast diseases (BBD) were the most frequent breast lesion and breast carcinoma cases were less frequent and reached to the hospital in very late stage of the disease.
Efficacy and tolerability of tegaserod in constipation dominant irritable bowel syndrome.
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Tegaserod given in a dose of 6 mg b.d. is effective and well tolerated in IBS-C patients and is equally effective in males and females in relieving the symptoms of abdominal pain, bloating, straining at defecation as well as increased in the mean number of bowel movements per week.
Ivermectin in the treatment of scabies
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Ivermectin seems to be a safe and effective alternative to permethrin in patients with scabies, with the striking advantage of oral administration and low cost.
Kindler’s syndrome: a case report
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A 48-year-old patient with classical features like blistering and photosensitivity since childhood and the subsequent development of poikiloderma is described, who had classical cutaneous features of Kindler syndrome with dysphagia as a complication.
The Efficacy, Safety and Complications of Litholapaxy for Bladder Stones
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The study shows that litholopaxy has reduced post operative complications and morbidity rate, shorter operative time and reduced period of hospitalization, therefore it is safe, convenient and cost affective method for treatment of bladder stones.
Management of Viable Sigmoid Volvulus by Mesosigmoidoplasty
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Mesosigmoidoplasty is a definitive procedure for viable sigmoid volvulus with low rates of mortality, morbidity and during 6 months follow-up, only 1 patient had recurrence and was dropped from the study.
An atypical fatal Babesia caballi infection in a stage coach mare.
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An atypical, fatal Babesia caballi infection in a carriage mare during a winter month is described and important post mortem findings were generalized icterus, haemorrhagic parenchymatous organs, hepatomegaly, splenomesgaly and lobular and lobar pneumonia.
Drug‐associated linear IgA disease mimicking toxic epidermal necrolysis
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A case of phenytoin‐associated LAD clinically mimicking TEN in a 57‐year‐old woman shows the necessity of investigating TEN patients for autoimmune bullous diseases, using immunofluorescence studies.
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