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Volume 13

Research Article

Advancing Mortality Prediction in Critical Care for Cirrhosis Patients: A Novel Approach

1. Summary The origin of a coronary artery in a sinus other than the usual one is a rare cause of congenital anomaly, estimated at 0.05% to 0.1% for right coronary arteries originating from the left coronary sinus, with an important potential to cause sudden cardiac death.

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Case Report

Myocardial Revascularization in an Anterior Descending Coronary Artery of Anomalous Origin Next to the Right Coronary Artery Ostium: Case Report

1. Summary The origin of a coronary artery in a sinus other than the usual one is a rare cause of congenital anomaly, estimated at 0.05% to 0.1% for right coronary arteries originating from the left coronary sinus, with an important potential to cause sudden cardiac death.

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Research Article

Do Placement of Orthodontic Mini-Implants in Different Locations Improve Skeletal Effects in Herbst Appliance?

1. Abstract 1.1. Introduction: The purpose of this study is to compare dental and skeletal effects in Herbst appliance treatment without anchorage, with interradicular skeletal anchorage and with skeletal anchorage in the external oblique line.

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Case Report

Compound Volvulus in Pregnant Lady with Intra-Uterine Fetal Death-A Case Report

1. Abstract Compound volvulus or double volvulus, is a rare surgical emergency causing a closed-loop intestinal obstruction that involves the sigmoid and ileum. In pregnancy, compound volvulus is very rare, ranging from 3.2% to 5.9% of all compound volvulus cases. The mean mortality rate in compound volvulus is 35.5%.

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Research Paper

Number and Roots Type Differences Between Genders: A Comprehensive in-vivo CBCT Study in a Yemeni Population

1. Abstract 1.1. Objective: This study used cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) analysis to examine the root number and types of maxillary third molars in Yemen.

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Case Report

A Case Report on Twin Reversal Arterial Perfusion Sequence in a Resource Poor Setting – Diagnostic and Management Challenges

1. Abstract Twin reversal arterial perfusion sequence is rare, and the most extreme complication of monochorionic monozygotic multiple gestation. Characteristically, there exists a recipient “acardiac” fetus that depends on the other donor, “Pump” fetus.

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Case Report

Opioid-Free Anesthesia in Coronary Revascularization Surgery Monitoring with Nol®: A Case Report

1. Introduction The integrated nociception index (NOL, Medtronic®) provides an alert to the presence of pain, as well as its severity, integrating and evaluating physiological responses in response to it.

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Research Article

Application of Anatomical Feature Principal Component Distance in Skull-Face Matching

1. Abstract 1.1. Objective: To explore the application value of the principal component distance of anatomical features in skull-face matching. Materials and Methods50 cases of human head CT data, including 25 males and 25 females.

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Case Report

Endoscopic-Assisted of Transanal Recto-Anal Anastomosis for The Treatment of Rectal Atresia: A Case Report

1. Abstract Rectal atresia is a rare subtype of anorectal malformations in which the patients are born with a normal anal canal but have complete atresia located few centimeters proximal to the dentate line.

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Case Report

Myocardial Revascularization in an Anterior Descending Coronary Artery of Anomalous Origin Next to the Right Coronary Artery Ostium: Case Report

1. Summary The origin of a coronary artery in a sinus other than the usual one is a rare cause of congenital anomaly, estimated at 0.05% to 0.1% for right coronary arteries originating from the left coronary sinus, with an important potential to cause sudden cardiac death.

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