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  • April 17, 2021
    Women with high-risk pregnancies experience changes in their personal, family, and social lives that can affect their quality of life and depression. Pregnancy, along with other predisposing factors, can cause or exacerbate depression. Eventually, 15% of depressed people commit suicide...
  • April 05, 2021
    Historical experience in any discipline is invaluable for its future, as the study of the results of previous practice allows you to use and develop on a new level previous successes and achievements, but at the same time avoid the mistakes of the past. Looking from these positions at the state of the problem...
  • September 23, 2019
    Monosodium Urate Monohydrate urolithiasis became a serious problem since a wide distribution of metabolic syndrome with overweight and hyperuricemia [1]. Our experience shows that massive excretion of the urate stones may encounter in patients with gout, mild hyperuricemia without uricosuric agents...
  • April 11, 2018
    The aim of the work was to investigate the correlation of cathepsin K with radiological destruc-tion in bone and cartilage. We studied 40 rheumatoid arthritis patients varied in disease severity and 10 healthy blooddonners of matched age and sex as control. All subjects in the study were subjected to the following: Full history taking: particularly for age, sex, disease duration and extra articular manifestations, through clinical examination including joint examination with stress on Disease Activity Score (DAS-28)...
  • March 04, 2018
    Post heart transplant is a period where the recipient’s body and the donor heart are both in a state of adaptation fraught with several hazards. It requires the a comprehensive involvement of the transplant surgeon and team, and the patient for mitigating the post transplant mortality and morbidity as well as increasing the chances of success and quality of the recipients life...