Diagnostic Dilemma Associated with Rhinomaxillary Mucormycosis: A Case Report of a Non COVID-19 Patient

Mucormycosis is a life-threatening opportunistic infection that scientists are trying to figure out how to diagnose and treat. It’s an illness that affects the sick. The most prevalent type of mucormycosis is rhinocerebral mucormycosis. The fungus normally starts in the nasal mucosa or palate, then spreads to the surrounding tissues, producing widespread necrosis. If an […]

Maxillofacial Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma

Noncommunicable diseases, such as cancer, have devastating consequences in terms of morbidity and mortality. Tobacco, alcohol, radiation, chemicals, viral infections, obesity, and immunosuppression have all contributed to an increase in cancer rates around the world. Humans are affected by a variety of malignancies, including Non-Lymphoma. Hodgkin’s The incidence of NonHodgkin’s Lymphoma has increased due to […]

An Experimental Study on Histological Evaluation of the effect of Pure Nicotine and Pentoxifylline Gel on Oral Ulcers

Background: Ulcerative conditions are widespread, affecting about 25% of younger generations, including children and young adults, necessitating immediate intervention. Pure nicotine is one of the topical treatments that can be used to treat mouth ulcers. It’s an alkaloid generated from and found in Solanaceae plants that works by suppressing the inflammatory system. Pure nicotine’s medicinal […]

Surrogate Motherhood-An Act of Violation or Protection of Human Rights

Surrogacy brings the joy of motherhood to the intended pair, but the irony is that in order to spare one woman from being labelled childless, the surrogate takes on the duty of bearing her child, causing her to be stigmatised by society. Despite the fact that many forms of exploitation have gotten attention, some, such […]

A Case Report on Persistent Mullerian Duct Syndrome

In male patients with undescended testes, persistent Mullerian duct syndrome (PMDS) is generally discovered by chance during orchidopexy or normal inguinal hernia treatment. It is a rare form of internal male pseudohermaphroditism caused by a failure in the synthesis or activity of Mullerian inhibitory factor, which results in the presence of Mullerian derivatives in 46XY […]

Epidemiology of Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) in South Sudan: A Review

To provide key epidemiological data on the illness status in South Sudan, a study of Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) was conducted. FMD virus serotypes A, O, C, SAT1 and SAT2 were discovered in cattle, goats, and sheep. In seven states across the country, serotypes O and SAT 2 appeared to be the most common. […]

Determination of Clinical Profile and Causality of Cutaneous Adverse Drug Reactions among Patients Attending Tertiary Care Teaching Hospital in South India

Background: A cutaneous adverse drug reaction (CADR) is any unfavourable alteration in the structure or function of the skin and its appendages that is caused by a drug eruption, regardless of the cause. CADRs have a wide range of morphological patterns, ranging from minor urticaria to life-threatening forms including SJS and TEN vasculitis. CADRs (non-severe […]

Study on Evaluation of Laparoscopic Retroperitoneal Approach for Management of Various Renal Calculi

Background: The use of laparoscopic surgery as an alternative to open surgery has increased in recent years, owing to the increased usage of laparoscopy in urology and the inherent limitations of Percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL). To determine the efficacy of the technique based on the calculus and renal morphology, a Laparoscopic retroperitoneal method for the management […]

Ocular Manifestations of Diabetes Mellitus in Patients Attending Tertiary Care Hospital in Pondicherry, India

Introduction: The goal of this study was to determine the ocular signs of diabetes mellitus in diabetics who presented to a Pondicherry tertiary health care centre. Aims: The study’s goals are to (1) investigate socio-demographic factors in relation to DM ocular symptoms. (2) To see if there is a link between ocular signs and diabetes […]

Metastatic High-grade Ovarian Sarcoma: Complete Response with Trabectedin in a Haemodialyzed Patient. A Case Report and Review of the Literature

Ovarian sarcomas are extremely rare tumours with a dismal prognosis. Surgical treatment is primarily based on debulking procedures used in epithelial ovarian cancer, whereas chemotherapy is based on data extrapolated from research in sarcomas of various primary sites. In the second-line situation, trabectedin has been established as a standard of care for the treatment of […]