Journal of Clinical and Medical Images (ISSN 2640-9615)

Author name: Clinical and Medical Images

The Management of Excessive Pleural Fluid in the Pleural Cavity in a Poor Hospital Setting

1. Abstract Patients with spontaneous hemothorax or pleural effusion in the absence of trauma or disease- related causes are commonly encountered in poor hospital settings without a cardiothoracic surgeon or underwater seal draining connecting system. In these case reports, a 56-year-old and 25 years patient who presented with dyspnea was diagnosed with spontaneous hemothorax and […]

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A Mirror-Image Artifact Mimicking Heterotopic Pregnancy Observed at Two Different Time-Points: A Case Report

1. Abstract We report a case of a 25-year-old woman showing two gestational sacs at obstetric ultrasound at 12 weeks of gestation. Thus, diagnosis of heterotopic pregnancy or a double uterus with a twin pregnancy was suspected.

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Book Review ‘Health Research Methods’ (Indonesian Version)

1. Introduction Written by Dr. H. Miftahul Munir, Dwi Kurnia PS, Suhartono, S.Kep., Nurus Safaah, SSt. and Aris Puji Utami, SST, this book is intended as reference material for students, health workers and health researchers. This book is written concisely but can fulfills the reader’s need to understand the study process.

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Chariot of the Gods? No, Simply Fermionic Condensates of Relativistic Neutrons Explaining the Cambrian Explosion

1. Abstract The formation of life is a complex process for which few theories have allowed to describe precisely the mechanics. Relativistic neutrons offer a pattern that allows to explain the popular theories related to “ancient astronauts” without the need for extravagant hypotheses. A precise pattern is proposed for the evolution from invertebrates to vertebrates.

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Fat Embolism with no Specific Clinical Presentation: Multimodal MRI is the Solution

1. Abstract Fat embolism syndrome (FES) is a rare syndrom which leads to systemic inflammatory cascade affecting multiple organ systems, with high morbidity and mortality rate. It is caused by embolization of fat particles into multiple organs including the brain. No symptom or investigation is completely specific and cerebral multimodal MRI may be the solution.

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Effects of Hyper Methionine (HM) Feeding on Biochemical Indicators in Streptozoto- cin (STZ) Induced Diabetes Rats

1. Abstract Elevated Hcy levels are associated with diabetes mellitus and its complications, though a high methionine (HM) diet can lead to hy- perhomocysteinemia (HHcy), few have investigated the impact of the HM diet other than HHcy.

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Sudden Fetal Deterioration in Severe Intrahepatic Cholestasis of Pregnancy

1. Abstract 1.1. Background: Intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy is a reversible cholestasis typically beginning in the second or third trimester and associated with increased rates of stillbirth, preterm birth, fetal asphyxia, and neonatal care unit admission. The etiology of adverse outcomes in gestational cholestasis seems related to maternal bile acids levels, but recommendations for management,

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A Rare Location of Kimura’s Disease in a Greek Male Patient with a Right Thigh’s Lump (First Case in Europe): Case Report-Review of Medical Literature

1. Preamble Kimura’s disease is a benign rare inflammatory disorder of unknown aetiology which might mimic neoplastic’s lesion. Epidemiologically this condition, affects young Asian males. Early diagnosis of kimura’s disease may spare the patient from unnecessary invasive diagnostic procedure (surgery-biopsy).

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