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Bone Heterogeneity in Relation to Functional Requirements
10th Dec 2019
Introduction: Bone heterogeneity in relation to functional requirements Abstract The adult human skeleton has a total of 213 bones in multiple forms: long, short, flat and irregular. Bones serve many physiological...

Activity-Related Bone Stress Injury of the Pubis
10th Dec 2019
Introduction: Activity-related bone stress injury of the pubis (e.g. affecting an athlete in a running-kicking sport such as soccer or AFL) as compared to an acute, high-energy pelvic fracture (e.g. secondary to t...

Ulcerative Colitis and 5-Aminosalicylates
10th Dec 2019
Introduction: Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) extends into two major chronic idiopathic conditions, Ulcerative Colitis (UC) and Crohns Disease. Ulcerative Colitis occurs due to the bowels being under constant infl...

Plantar Fasciitis Patient Case Study
10th Dec 2019
Introduction: This case presents a 47 year old traffic warden who had pain on the sole and heel of the foot. The patient had previously suffered a fracture in the right big toe, 4 months ago to which no treatment ...

HIV Overview and Treatment Strategies
10th Dec 2019
Introduction: HIV Trafficking AIDS appeared in 1981, Luc Montagnier from France and Robert Gallo from the United States, discovered the virus, now known as Human Immunodeficiency virus (HIV), and the disease known...

Tumor Targeting Strategies Advances and Limitations
10th Dec 2019
Introduction: Abstract Cancer has been becoming among the leading causes of mortality globally. The major challenges of conventional cancer therapy were the failure of most chemotherapeutic agents to accumulate se...

Types of Stroke and Risk-Factors
10th Dec 2019
Introduction: Stroke is a leading cause of adult disability. Describe the pathological sub-types of stroke, including relevant risk factors, and differences in their outcomes. (50%) Based on their main pathologi...

A Conceptual Model for Symptom Management
10th Dec 2019
Introduction: CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION AND PROBLEM STATEMENT CHAPTER 2: LITERATURE REVIEW Fibromyalgia: clinical and social construct Pathophysiology Peripheral and Central Nervous System Mechanisms of Pain Peripher...

Literature Review on Dengue Fever and Vaccine
10th Dec 2019
Introduction: CHAPTER 2: LITERATURE REVIEW 2.1  Introduction Prevalence of Dengue, knowledge and attitude regarding Dengue fever have been extensively being describe in many study from Asia and South America. How...

Evaluating Programs Offered for Pharmacy Residents
10th Dec 2019
Introduction: BACKGROUND While recruitment and retention of qualified faculty members are critical for the success of an academic program, the faculty shortage remains a recurring challenge in the schools /college...

Neonatal Male Circumcision Debate
10th Dec 2019
Introduction:  The Circumcision Debate: Modern Discourse of an Ancient Procedure Neonatal male circumcision is a surgical procedure during which some or all of an infant male’s penile foreskin is removed. Male ...