Journal of Clinical and Medical Images, Medical Imaging Journal

Issue 2 Articles

Isolation and Characterization of a Novel Duck Hepatitis A Virus Genotype 3 in Hebei Province, China

The HBGT/China/2014 strain of duck hepatitis A virus (DHAV) was isolated from infected ducklings with clinical symptoms in Hebei province, China. Pairwise comparisons and phylogenetic analyses demonstrated that the HBGT/China/2014 strain belongs to duck hepatitis A virus genotype 3, and it was most closely related to China isolate EY (98.5%) from geese, and was adjacent …

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Tension Pneumocephalus after Dacrocystorhinostomy

A 63-year-old female known case of diabetes and hypertension had an elective procedure of right dacryocystorhinostomy present to the emergency department the next day with a loss of consciousness. Urgent Computed Tomography (CT) head showed air in the cranium (pneumocephalus). Tension Pneumocephalus had a diverse clinical presentation that includes altered mentation, loss of consciousness and …

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Nanomedicine Approach for the Rapid Healing of Diabetic Foot Ulcers with Silver Nanoparticles

We present the use of silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) for 3 the treatment of Diabetic Foot Ulcers (DFU) of grade 2 and 3 of Wagner classification. 1.2. Methods: Ulcers were daily treated by topical administration of AgNPs (at 1.8mg/mL of metallic silver) in addition to conventional antibiotics. 1.3. Results: In all three cases presented here, a …

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A Cutaneous Mastocytosis with an Unusual Presentation

A 13 year-old patient presented with a 4 years history of skin lesions on the trunk and upper arm. The patient reported episodic increase in redness without any identified trigger factor. Physical examination showed erythematous ill-defined macula with negative Darier sign on the right side of the chest (Figure 1A) and the upper arm (Figure …

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Tumoral Calcinosis as a Bone Pseudotumor

The radiographic findings of tumoral calcinosis in a 2- years old girl with limping include periarticular ovaloid calcifications or calcified cysts with calcium layering in the dependent portion giving the appearance of sedimentation sign. Tumoral calcinosis is a rare condition in which there is calcium deposition in the soft tissue in periarticular location around joints. …

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