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Volume 13

Short Communication

The Writing: Method to Work with the Interiority

I have never associated the term “therapeutic” with the meaning of a resolutory and definitive act for the person, but I have always glimed between it aims the indication of a path to the support and protection of those who live a precarious balance, both in Relation to their physical …

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Research Article

The DTR Technique – Drilling Through Roots of Posterior Teeth for Anatomically Guided Implant Placement – Case Series with 8 Year Follow Up

1. Introduction The surgical placement of dental implants for damaged or missing teeth is a well-established technique that has been well-documented in the literature, demonstrating a high percentage of success. In recent decades, there has been an increasing acceptance of immediate implant placement (IIP) following the first evidence of placing …

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Research Article

Reproductive Outcomes after Myomectomy: Intracapsular Rotary-cut Procedure (IRCP) Versus Conventional Myomectomy(CM)

1. Abstract 1.1. Objective: There is a substantial body of literature on fertility outcomes following conventional myomectomy (CM), whereas limited research exists regarding fertility outcomes after Intracapsular Rotary-cut Procedure (IRCP).Our aim was to compare the reproductive outcomes between IRCP and CM.

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Research Article

Age, Gender, and Liver Enzyme Impact Hospital Stay in COVID-19 Minority Patient with Cancer in the USA: Does Race Matters in the Pandemic?

1. Abstract Patients with cancer are known to have a poor prognosis when infected with SARS-CoV-2 infection. We aimed in this study to as- sess health outcomes in COVID‑19 patients with different cancers in comparison to non‑cancer COVID‑19 patients from different centers in the United States (US).

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Review Article

Borderline Ovarian Tumors – Diagnostic and Treatment Modalities

1. Summary Ovarian tumors occur in one third of all women gynecology organs. Out of that borderline ovarian tumors occur in 10 – 15% out of all ovarian tumors. They are tumors with low malignant potential, which are different from benign lesions and malignancies by its’ biological behavior and by …

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Research Paper

The Efficacy and Safety of Convalescent Plasma for COVID-19 Patients: A Meta-Analysis Based on Double-Blinded Parallel-Arm Randomized Placebo-Controlled Trials

1. Abstract 1.1. Background: Convalescent plasma (CP) was demonstrated promising benefit for clinical practice involved in efficacy and safety in previous coronavirus pandemics, however, the efficacy of CP from COVID-19 sufferers are still controversial and unascertainable based on current randomized controlled trials (RCTs). The urgent needs for affirmative replies on …

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Case Report

Traumatic Brain Injury Presenting as Paraparesis Revealing Fahr’s Disease: A Case Report

1. Abstract Background Fahr’s disease is a progressive neurological degenerative disease characterized by abnormal calcification of basal ganglia. The prevalence of this disease is < 1/1.000.000 people of the general population with those in the age of 40 – 60 being the most prevalent age group.

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Review Article

Borderline Ovarian Tumors – Definition and Classification

1. Summary Borderline ovarian tumors (BOT) usually occur in women in reproductive age. In comparison with invasive ovarian cancers, the borderline tumors occur in younger patients, approximately around 50 years of age, but invasive ovarian carcinoma around age 60. Positive prognosis depend on the facts, that in 80% of cases …

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Review Article

Breast Carcinoma and Treatment Modalities

1. Summary Breast cancer is a disease in which abnormal breast cells grow out of control and form tumours. If left unchecked, the tumours can spread throughout the body and become fatal.

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Case Report

PRGF and Calcium Sulphate Graft as an Alternative Treatment for Odontogenic Keratocyst: Case Report

1. Abstract Odontogenic Keratocyst (OK) derives from remnants of dental- lamina, aggressive behaviour and recur tendency, mandibular mainly located, ascending angle/branch. Ideal one block surgical resection or physical decompression.

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