Volume 3 Issue 7

Issue 7 Articles

Synchronous Primary Hepatosplenic Diffuse Large B-cell Lymphoma and Early Gastric Adenocarcinoma Hongzhen

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A 66-year-old man presented with belching for 3 weeks and all physical examinations were unremarkable. The patient is a hepatitis C virus carrier and his liver enzymes and tumor markers was normal. Gastroscopy revealed a type IIa + IIc lesion at the gastric body with irregular microsuface under narrow band Imaging with magnification endoscopy (NBI-ME) (Figure 1) and the biopsy showed high-grade intraepithelial neoplasia. Computed Tomography (CT) scan demonstrated multiple low-density lesions in liver and...

Suggestions on Prevention and Treatment of 2019 Novel Coronavirus with Traditional Chinese Medicine

Short Communication
In fact, most of the patients are in the early stage of infection, if given reasonable treatment, they can recover quickly. On the other hand, there is a recurrence of infection after rehabilitation that is also a risk factor for healthy people. In Henan Province of China, 14 patients were treated with integrated traditional Chinese and Western medicine after 2019-nCoV infection was diagnosed. We found that the final cure rate was 100% and there is...

An Asymptomatic Pedunculated Nodule of the Forehead

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Fibrous histiocytoma is a benign tumor made up of a mixture of fibroblastic and histiocytic cells. The tumor most often occurs in the skin of the extremities and mainly affects women. Here, we present an original case by its location and its clinical aspect.

Physiologic Papillomatosis of the Penis Mimicking Genital War- ts: Role of Dermoscopy

Case Report
Physiologic papillomatosis of the penis is a benign, non-infectious affection that may be confused to genital warts and it is assimilated to the vestibular papillomatosis in the woman. A young man of 21 years old, came to our department with a history of non protected sexual activity. Our examination found small and regular mini-papules sitting in the coronal groove, without deboarding it (Figure 1). The dermoscopy supported our diagnosis by showing a transparent papilla with...