Volume 4 Issue 9

Issue 9 Articles

Inverted ILM Flap Technique Combined with Prophylactic Chorioretinectomy For Retinal and Choroidal Injury by A Macular Foreign Body

Case Report
1.1. Aim: In the majority of patients with an intraocular foreign body located in the macula, the prog- nosis is poor already upon the traumatic event. None of the hitherto used treatments have yielded sat- isfactory results.

A Novo SCN1A Mutation Identified in a Chinese Family with Dravet Syndrome: A Case Study

Case Report
Dravet syndrome (DS), also known as severe myoclonic epilepsy of infancy (SMEI), is one of the rare early childhood intractable epileptic encephalopathies associated with pleomorphic seizure activity, cognitive decline, motor, and behavioral abnormalities. The convulsive seizure is the most common type seen in DS [1]. After the first episode of seizure-like activity, be- havioral disorders and cognitive decline are progressive and long-lasting. The most common etiology identified in patients with DS is a de-novo genetic...

Cutaneous Eruption as First Manifestation of COVID-19

Clinical Image
A 71-year-old woman presented to the Emergency Department, complaining of fever and shortness of breath. Two days before, she noted a transient non-pruritic blanching rash. The patient was healthy with no co-morbidities, medications or previous adverse drug reactions. Physical examination found bilateral diminished breath sound and a non-pruritic purpuric rash on legs (Figure 1) and arms (Figure 2). She was febrile 38.1°C and hypoxemic (a PaO2/FIO2 ratio <140 mm Hg with FIO2 of 100%).

CT Chest Imaging Features of Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia: A Case Report

Case Report
Case Report A forty old female patient, who presented with chief complaints of “cough and shortness of breath for past several days.” The novel coronavirus nucleic acid test was positive [3]. It was not- ed that patient has a recent history of foreign travel. Conservative management was initiated. After two weeks in the intensive care unit patient improved as was able to be successfully be discharged after having two negative covid-19 tests

Linked Color Imaging Increases the Color Difference Between Normal Mucosa and Colorectal Polyps

Research Article
1.1. Introduction: HD-White Light Endoscopy (WLE) is the gold standard in the detection of colon adenoma. Recently, Linked Color Imaging (LCI) was developed which combines special light and computational post processing in one imaging modality.