Journal of Clinical and Medical Images, Medical Imaging Journal

Issue 1 Articles

Intrathecal Baclofen in Brain Injury and Recovery from Vegetative State

Patients with brain injury (BI) and spasticity are candidates to Intrathecal Baclofen Therapy (ITB) when maximal dose of oral antispastic drugs fail. Some authors describe an improvement in the level of consciousness (LC) in patients with BI and Disorder of Consciousness (DOC) treated with ITB for spasticity. We present the case report of a 43 …

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Clinical Significance of BRCA Gene Testing in Ovarian Carcinoma Patients: Can Advanced Stage Be an Obstacle for Acceptance of Counseling?

BRCA mutation screening is known to play an important role in terms of cancer prevention and target treatment for ovarian carcinoma patients. However, there are barriers to persuade patients to accept genetic counseling according to adjuvant treatment and disease severity. We undertook this study to investigate the clinical significance between advanced stage patients and their …

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Definitive Human Studies Showing Indisputable Proof of Clinically Significant Sestamibi Redistribution

The manufacturers and distributors of Sestamibi have long held that two doses of isotope are required for Myocardial Perfusion Imaging (MPI), based upon their representation to physicians, hospitals, clinics, insurance companies including Medicaid and Medicare, the FDA and the Federal Courts, that Sestamibi does NOT redistribute. If these corporations are correct, then the Key words …

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Role of Pharmacogenomic Testing in Managing Acid Reflux Esophagitis Refractory to Antiacid Therapy

12 years old girl with gestro-esophageal reflux disease (GERD) presented with persisten heartburn, vomiting and dysphagia for few years despite being on appropriate dose of omeprazole twice daily and ranitidine before bed time. She underwent esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD) which showed significant esophagitis in the lower two thirds of the esophagus (Figure 1). Imped-ance probe testing showed …

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Chinese Employees Suffer from Telepressure: How Can Employers Contribute to Solutions

The expanding use of modern communication technologies drastically changes the traditional Accepted model of work, blurring the lines between “job hours” and “family hours”. Employees suffer Published from such telepressure even when they are not physically working. This paper focuses on exploring telepressure issues and the impact on Chinese employees from psychodynamic 2. Key words …

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