A Retrospective Study of Mechanical Hepaticojejunostomy: Can We Use a Circular Stapler as a Viable and Safe Alternative?

Background: Some writers have described the use of mechanical staplers to establish anastomosis in biliary surgery since the early 1980s. However, in the following decades, the usage of these devices did not proliferate,…

Radiotherapy in Elderly Patients with Low-Risk Breast Cancer

Few studies on the treatment of older women with low-risk breast cancer have been conducted. Despite the fact that their clinical behaviour is identical to that of younger patients, they are frequently undertreated,…

Influence of Abnormal Thyroid Hormone Changes on Lipid Peroxidation and Antioxidant Imbalance in Hypothyroid and Hyperthyroid Patients

The thyroid gland is the body’s main metabolic regulator. Normal organ development necessitates thyroid hormones. Thyroid hormones in high doses have been shown to change oxygen metabolism in cells and accelerate the formation…

Left Atrial Appendage Occlusion as an Alternative to Anticoagulation

Because blood clots form largely in the left atrial appendage in non-valvular atrial fibrillation, there is a greatly increased risk of embolic stroke (LAA). Anticoagulant therapy on a long-term basis or interventional LAA…

Self-Assessment of Dental Anxiety in Patients Visiting Comprehensive Rural Health Service Project, Ballabgarh

The goal of this study was to determine the prevalence, severity, and relationships of dental anxiety in a sample of adults visiting the Ballabgarh, Haryana, Comprehensive Rural Health Service Department. Dental anxiety is…

Secure Automated In-home Patient Monitoring

Early detection and prevention of diseases rely heavily on in-home patient monitoring. The construction of a wireless sensor network to monitor a patient in his or her home is presented in this study….

Transmesenteric Hernia in a Peripartum Patient: A Case Report

 Adult intestinal obstruction due to a congenital transmesenteric hernia is a rather uncommon occurrence. The intestinal loops are strangulated once they protrude through the defects in the mesentery in this type of internal…

Empty Sella [Presenting as Hypopituitarism] and Platybasia Secondary to Essential Fatty Acids Deprived Diet: A Retrospective Analysis

Background: An increased prevalence of morbidity and mortality is a global concern; due to a lack of understanding, the world has implemented non-evidence-based medical practise, without therapeutic indication, therapeutic protocols, policies-contraception, abortion, annihilating…

Neurovascular Syndrome—Secondary to Endemic Subacute (Fruits Borne) Viral Infection, Consequent to Global Aborted Blood, Contraceptives Menstrual Blood Pollution and Consumption of Waterliving Toxinous Mammals: A Retrospective Demographic Analysis

After the initial onset of the identified Nipah viral infection (fruits borne virus) epidemic in adjacent state in the middle of 2018, 15 patients with fever, acute coma, delirium, and movement disorders required…

Complex Physical Prevention and Rehabilitation of Cervical Myofascial Pain and Headache, Due to Spine Malposition in Users (Abusers) of Smart Phones

Introduction: The introduction of portable gadgets into everyday life necessitated an assessment of the potential implications (of misuse) on the spine and central nervous system, as well as the development of programmes to…

Kasabach-Merrit Syndrome with Congenital Hemangioma: A Case Report

Haemangioma, a vascular disease produced by excessive blood vessel proliferation, is the most common paediatric neoplasm. Haemangiomas are congenital lesions that affect newborns, children, and infants. They’re usually harmless and go away on…

Relaxation Rate Dispersion of Blood due to Paramagnetic Ions: An Implications for Magnetic Resonance Relaxation Dispersion Imaging

The Field cycling approach was used to investigate the proton relaxation rate dispersion of paramagnetic ions in blood samples over a frequency range of 10 kHz to 10 MHz. We used a relatively…

Correlation between Edentulism, Nutrition, and Diabetes: A Review

With the growing global population comes an increase in the number of older persons, which leads to an increase in edentulism. Furthermore, the elderly are susceptible to systemic and metabolic disorders, the most…

Study on Conversion Rate and Complications of Laparoscopic Myomectomy

The goal of this study was to determine the conversion rate and complications associated with laparoscopic myomectomy. Material and Methods: From December 2015 to March 2018, a retrospective review of 43 laparoscopic myomectomy…

Study on Reproductive Performance of Women with Fibroids

Although there is a link between fertility and fibroid, there is no clear cause-and-effect relationship. Infertility clinics and referral hospitals provide the majority of the research. A retrospective investigation was conducted in a…

Ovarian Insufficiency: Psychosomatics of Sexuality and Conception

The chapter looks at sexuality and conception, using ovarian insufficiency as a focus. Fertility can be considered as heavily influenced by intrapsychic and interpersonal factors because psychosomatics encompasses issues of psyche and soma…