A Retrospective Clinicopathological Study of Cervical Cancer

Cervical cancer remains the most common gynaecological cancer among women in developing countries. The purpose of this study was to look at the clinical presentation and histological pattern of cervix carcinoma over the course of three years. The research was

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Application of an Innovative Technique for Fabrication of Silicone Auricular Prosthesis

The goal is to create a silicone auricular prosthetic for a unilateral auricular defect that completely matches the healthy contralateral ear. Background: Facial structure loss, whether congenital or acquired, has a substantial negative impact on a person’s life. In prosthetic

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Alveolar Bone and Epithelial Attachment Status following Two Different Closed-eruption Surgical Techniques for Impacted Maxillary Central Incisors: A Recent Study

Aim: There are two basic surgical techniques for the treatment of upper impacted central incisors (ICIs): open and closed. Because it delivers the best cosmetic and periodontal benefits, the closed-eruption surgical approach (CEST) is currently the most preferred. The goal

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Investigating the Effects of Standardised Treatment Protocols for Opportunistic Infection in Children Living with HIV/AIDS on Their Clinical Profile

Introduction: AIDS has spread throughout the world. Pediatric HIV/AIDS, like adult HIV/AIDS, is on the rise all throughout the world. Since 1981, over 25 million people have died as a result of HIV around the world. The risk of HIV

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Determination of Climatic Impact of Temperature in Presence of Avian Respiratory Infections in Villa Clara Province, Cuba

The goal of the study was to see how temperature affected avian respiratory diseases in the region of Villa Clara, Cuba. During the period 2005-2007, retrospective data were used to acquire epizootiological statistical information on susceptible and deceased chickens about

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Clinical Outcomes of Short Same-segment Fixation in Thoracolumbar Junction Fractures

Short same-segment posterior fixation reduces the number of vertebral levels involved in mending a spine fracture (SSPF). Short same-segment posterior fixation with pedicle fixation at the fracture level has biomechanical benefits for kyphosis correction maintenance, lowering failure rates, enhancing spinal

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Placenta Accreta Presenting as a Placental Polyp: A Rare Case Report

A polypoidal or pedunculated mass of placental tissue that stays in the uterus for an indefinite duration after delivery or abortion is known as a placental polyp. There are few references in the literature due to its rarity, and there

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Perspectives Associated with an Increase in the Incidence of Colorectal Adenocarcinoma in Uganda: An Advanced Study

This study provides a current assessment of studies on colorectal adenocarcinoma in Uganda, with a focus on the implications of the increased prevalence of cases seen in our hospitals. This study also highlights differences in tumour site compared to the

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Study on Nasopalatine Duct Cyst: A Common Lesion with Uncommon Presentation in a Young Girl

Nasopalatine cysts can grow into non-odontogenic cysts. They show as a protrusion in the front maxillary region and are the most common asymptomatic cysts in the oral cavity. Men in their fourth to sixth decades of life are more likely

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News Update on Tomato Production: September 2021

HISTORY OF TOMATO PRODUCTION FOR INDUSTRY AROUND THE WORLD Greetings to all participants and guests of the “Symposium on Production of Tomatoes for Processing”! As chairman of the Symposium’s Session No 1, I would like to express my deepest gratitude

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