Category: medical and medicine

The Determining the Role of Endothelium and Extracellular Matrix in Thoracic Aortic Aneurysm

The goal of this research was to look at the pathophysiology of thoracic aortic aneurysms from a morphological standpoint. Thoracic aneurysms are more prevalent in the ascending aorta and arch, accounting for 60% of all cases, and 40% in the descending aorta, however the etiological causes are different in each area. While atherosclerosis, bicuspid aortic […]

Single-cell Whole RNA Sequencing from Tumor-Infiltrating Lymphocyte

The paper presents a genetic method that combined single-cell mRNA differential display and RNA subtractive hybridization 10 years ago to uncover CD8 T-cell quiet. We utilised one comparable RNA specimen from the amplified RNA to execute RNA high-throughput transcriptome sequencing to investigate the viability of whole RNA sequencing technology (RNA-seq) for gene expression at a […]

Perceptions of Self as Influencers of Sexual Debut among Secondary School Students in South Western Kenya

The goal of this study is to use the theory of reasoned action to examine how social constructions influence self-perceptions that may lead to sexual debut among in-school teenagers in Nyamira County. An early sexual debut is linked to mental discomfort. The researchers used a mixed-methods approach to data collecting, which included both quantitative and […]

Hydrogen Sulfide Relaxes Human Uterine Artery by Activating Smooth Muscle BKCa Channels: A Recent Study

Background: Vasodilation is mediated by hyperpolarizing smooth muscle (SM) plasma membranes when large conductance calcium-activated and voltage-dependent potassium (BKCa) channels open, which is a critical mechanism for mediating uterine artery (UA) dilatation during pregnancy. Despite the fact that H2S has recently been discovered as a novel UA vasodilator, the mechanisms behind H2S-induced UA dilation remain […]

Duct-Road Sign”: Differentiating Pancreatic Neuroendocrine Tumors from Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinomas

The current study hypothesis emphasises the existence of possible indications of the main pancreatic duct (MPD) in this scenario, especially in atypical (nonhypervascular) PNETs, which would assist in differential diagnosis and avoid misinterpretation. As a result, the current investigation was carried out to look for possible MPD imaging signals in MRI for PNETs. The institutional […]

Laser Refractive Modeling of the Cornea: New Perspectives

The need of developing novel techniques to refractive modelling of the cornea using laser radiation is undeniable from a scientific and practical standpoint. The goal of this research is to create novel refractive modelling methods for the cornea based on riboflavin saturation and exposure to radiation from an argon-fluorine excimer laser. The researchers looked at […]

Executive Summary on Combating COVID-19: A Perspectives and Challenges from Nigerian Nurses

With the designation of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) as a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC) on January 30, 2020, governments used a variety of tactics to decrease the virus’s propagation. Transmission reduction strategies such as social/physical distancing, stay-at-home orders, schools, and nonessential business closure, bans on public gatherings, travel restriction, aggressive case identification, […]

Religion and Contraceptive use among Sexually Active Adolescent Girls in Kenya

The goal of this study was to see if religious affiliation was linked to the use of contemporary contraception among Kenyan sexually active adolescent females. According to the Kenya Demographic Health Survey (KDHS) from 2014, half of Kenyan women aged 20 to 49 had their first sexual encounter before the age of 18. Early sexual […]

Bone Augmentation with Simultaneous Implant Placement and Immediate Loading

In this paper, we offer a methodology for treating edentulous individuals who require a bone graft in a timely but safe way. We want to see if simultaneous extractions, bone grafting, IPI installation, and rapid loading in both jaws are feasible. Following this initial step, the procedure is repeated with the implantation of final dental […]

Efficacy of Non Surgical Measures for Managing Pancreatic Ascites

Pancreatic ascites (PA) is an uncommon condition characterised by exudative fluid accumulation in the peritoneal cavity and high levels of amylase. Pancreatic ascites can occur as a result of pseudocyst rupture or ductal disruption in chronic calcific pancreatitis caused by alcohol misuse, tropical calcific pancreatitis, and other causes. The goal of this case series is […]

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