Volume 1 Issue 7

Issue 7 Articles

Malignant Pleural Effusion – An enigma!

Case Report
We report a case of 45 years old lady who presented with respiratory symptoms of breathlessness and chest pain of 15 days duration. On evaluation, she was found to have left sided exudative pleural effusion with lymphocytosis and low ADA level. Malignant cells were not found in the pleural fluid on 3 occasions. She was put on anti-tubercular treatment elsewhere on the presumptive diagnosis of tubercular effusion. However, her serum LDH: pleural fluid ADA ratio...

Vanadium in Diabetes Mellitus Therapy: Re-evaluation

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Compounds of the element metallic element vanadium are shown to mimic internal secretion in in vitro and in vivo systems. These compounds are found to exert anti-diabetic effects in gnawing animal models of sort one and kind two Diabetes Mellitus yet as in an exceedingly restricted variety of studies in human diabetic subjects. Thus, metallic element compounds have emerged as agents for potential use in polygenic disorder medical care. Diabetes Milletus results from associate absolute...

Now-a-Days, End-of-Life Issues Have Became the Most Common and Prominent Part of Healthcare

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Around the world there's growing interest within the manner within which care is delivered to individuals at the top of life. However, there's very little agreement on what constitutes a ‘good death’ and also the acceptable social responses to the problem of delivering culturally relevant and property types of finish of life care in numerous settings aren't subjects of broad agreement. during this crucial abstract paper we have a tendency to specialize in the rising...

Recent Advancements for Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia in Immunotherapy

Short Communication
Recent advances have evaluated the decades-old need to harness the ability of the system to eradicate malignant cells. It's currently indisputable that therapy will give edges for cancer patients that can't be achieved with ancient cancer medical specialty. The efficiency of therapy has been notably stated in B-cell acute lymphocytic leukemia (B-ALL), wherever chimeric antigen receptors (CARs) targeting CD19 and therefore the CD3-CD19 bispecific T-cell engager blinatumomab each demonstrate spectacular effects...

Abnormal Pulmonic Venous Draining into Left Brachiocephalic Vein: Incidental Finding With Clinical Significance

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The imaging of pulmonic blood vessel anatomy has historically been performed with diagnostic procedure and tube pulmonic angiography. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and notably multi-detector row CT (CT) have refined the same old imaging techniques. Abnormal pulmonic venous drainage (APVD) is that the emptying of one or a lot of pulmonic veins outside the atrium cordis. Its detection is crucial thanks to the sturdy association with nonheritable cardiopathy still as different viscus and metabolic process...