Tagged: Annals of Medicine and Surgery

Facial infiltrating lipomatosis, a rare cause of facial asymmetry to be known: Case report and literature review

Annals of Medicine and Surgery, Volume 73, 2022 Jan, Article 103118 | Harouna, M. Siradji; Belgadir, Hasna; Fadoul, Achta;…AbstractFacial infiltrating lipomatosis is a rare lipomatous lesion, first described by Slavin in 1983. It is a benign pseudotumor pathology. It corresponds to a non-encapsulated collection of mature adipocytes infiltrating the local tissue and hy… Go to Source This article was first shared by INDoximity

Capitate fracture nonunion in association with triquetrum avulsion fracture: Rare injury with massive effect on hand function, a case report

Annals of Medicine and Surgery, Volume 73, 2022 Jan, Article 103169 | AR Altamimi, Anas; Alisi, Mohammed; Al-Odat, Osama;…AbstractIntroduction and importanceCapitate fractures are rare and usually occur due to high-energy trauma. They are often associated with other wrist injuries or dislocations. An isolated occurrence of capitate and triquetral fractures due to hig… Go to Source This article was first shared by INDoximity

The role of whole exome sequencing in the UBE3A point mutation of Angelman Syndrome: A case report

Annals of Medicine and Surgery, Volume 73, 2022 Jan, Article 103170 | Triono, Agung; Iskandar, Kristy; Nugrahanto, Andika Priamas;…AbstractIntroductionAngelman Syndrome (AS) is a rare disorder with a relatively well-defined phenotype caused by lack of expression of the maternally inherited ubiquitin-protein ligase E3A ( UBE3A) gene in the brain. This article describes the rol… Go to Source This article was first shared by INDoximity

A rare presentation of peripheral edema and ascites in a 10-year-old child with brucellosis: A case report

Annals of Medicine and Surgery, Volume 73, 2022 Jan, Article 103196 | Shebli, Baraa; Batal, Rand; Chihab, Mtanyous;…AbstractIntroductionand importance: Brucellosis is a common infection in Mediterranean region that manifests with various symptoms. Brucellosis should be considered as a possible cause of recurrent fever even if the symptoms are not suggestive of … Go to Source This article was first shared by INDoximity

Potential benefit of olive leaf extract in cervical spondylotic myelopathy model

Annals of Medicine and Surgery, Volume 73, 2022 Jan, Article 103040 | Ibrahim, Sabri; Adeputra Nasution, Iqbal Fahlevi; Danil, Mahyu;…AbstractIntroductionCervical spondylosis is the most common cause of myelopathy in the cervical due to chronic compression of the spinal cord in patients aged 55 years or older. Recent studies suggest that olive extracts suppress inflammation and … Go to Source This article was first shared by INDoximity

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