A Rare Case of Lateral Nasal Wall Haemangioma in a Young Female

Hemangiomas are benign tumours that arise from the body’s circulatory systems. They are classified as capillary, cavernous, or mixed histologically. Although it is frequent in the head and neck area, it is uncommon in the nasal cavity, nasopharynx, and paranasal

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Overview of the Current Therapeutic Options in the Management of Pancreatic Pseudocysts

Pseudocysts of the pancreas are commonly seen in a variety of clinical circumstances. In cases of severe and persistent symptoms, complications, or a strong suspicion of malignancy, surgical therapy is recommended. While many of the classic treatments are now regularly

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A Prospective Study on Evaluation of Salivary Gland Tumors: An Approach to Clinical Radiology and Pathology

Due to their overlapping appearances, salivary gland cancers are difficult to identify based purely on clinical presentation or cytological results. Inadequate cytology samples can make preoperative diagnosis difficult. The gold standard for diagnosing these malignancies is histopathology. The goal of

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A Rare Case Report on Epistaxis in Pregnancy

Introduction: Pyogenic granuloma is a benign skin and mucous membrane lesion with an unclear cause. It has been recorded as a common oral cavity lesion and a less common nasal cavity lesion. Despite the fact that its cause is unknown,

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Understanding Serotonergic Regulation of Inhibition in Cortical Activity (U-SRICA)

Our suggestion focuses on determining the causal role of serotonin (5-HT) in controlling inhibition in cortical activity and its implications for working memory maintenance. 5-HT controls inhibition in the prefrontal cortex (PFC) via various receptors that are expressed preferentially in

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Secretor Status and Taste Perception of Phenylthiocarbamide (PTC) are Risk Factors for Pulmonary Tuberculosis

The goal of this study is to see if non-secretion of ABH chemicals and non-tasting of PTC are TB risk factors with positive interactions. The study enlisted the participation of 210 people, including 110 tuberculosis sufferers (test group) and 100

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Blood Transfusion and Jehovah’s Witnesses. The Doctor’s Posture, the Courts’ View and Two Case Report

The general public is generally aware that blood and blood products transfusions can save lives, but that they can also pose substantial hazards of infection transmission. Jehovah’s Witnesses have traditionally been profoundly pious people who resist blood transfusions. According to

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Study on Simple Detection of Bacillus anthracis Spores by Precipitation Method with Goat Antibody Anti Anthrosa

Bacillus anthracis could be utilised as a biological weapon or as a kind of bioterorism in the future. Attacks by Bacillus anthracis are extremely fatal, and spore transfer is simple and cheap. The purpose of this study was to find

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Determining the Prevalence and Distribution of Gingival Pyogenic Granuloma in Sulaimani Population, Kurdistan Region, Iraq

Pyogenic granuloma is a mouth-based inflammatory hyperplastic lesion. The gingiva is where it is most commonly found. The study’s objectives were to assess the prevalence of gingival pyogenic granuloma in the population of Sulaimani, Iraq, as a function of gender,

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A Review on the Application of Remineralizing Means and Methods of Early Diagnostics of Caries in the Process of Enamel Maturation

In the stage of macula cariosa, non-mineralized enamel is a risk factor for the development of caries. According to some writers, tooth enamel matures completely in 1-2 years after eruption, and then the process continues only in the fissure area

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