Journal of Clinical and Medical Images, Medical Imaging Journal

Editorial

Multiple Sclerosis-Associated Uveitis: Which outcome?

Editorial Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disease that causes demyelization of the central nervous system affecting often the vision [1]. The most commonly associated ocular inflammation is optic or retro bulbar neuritis; however, uveitis has rarely been reported. We reported 3 different cases of uveitis in MS patients and we describe outcomes.   DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.47829/JCMI.2022.6104

A Senior Citizens Silent Killer Which Still Remains Ghost to Many

Editorial The Silent Generation has slowly become the Forgotten Generation to both researchers and physicians. Pharmaceutical companies make millions, if not billions of dollars off of them by developing more and more expensive drugs which are generously handed out to them by well-meaning physicians and care givers. Research, however, slowly moves away from them and …

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Executive Functions and Operating Communication in Aphasia

Executive function among people with aphasia has also been linked to their level of functional communication, affecting the macro level of speech organization rather than the level of word/ phrase structure [1,2]. A similar relationship between executive functions and speech skills has also been shown for people with traumatic brain injury in whom storytelling skills …

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Risk of Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma Mortality among Hispanic HIV Adults in the CART Era

Non-Hodgkin malignant neoplastic disease (NHL) type of cancer, Abnormal cell growth that can’t be controlled by the body’s natural defenses. Cancerous cells will grow and eventually kind tumors that affects the body fluid system. The channels, tissues and organs that store and carry lymphocytes that fight infection and alternative diseases, typically found within the body …

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