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  • Case report - Medical Published: Aug 15, 2015

    Baló's Concentric Sclerosis

    BCS occurs more in young adults and is more common in Asiatic populations than in Caucasoids. It is histopathologically characterized by larger white matter lesions with concentric alternating layers of myelin preservation and loss, which present with onion-like appearance with a minor mass effect on MRI. It may occur as…

    -Fei Wei, Jia F. Chen

  • Research article - Medical Published: Jul 30, 2015

    Biocompatibility of Temporary Anchorage Devices Using an in vitro Cell Culture Model

    A cell culture system using commercially available human gingival fibroblasts was utilized. Miniscrews/temporary anchorage devices obtained from Ormco, Ortho Organizer, 3M Unitek, American Orthodontics, and Rocky Mountain Orthodontics were immersed in culture medium for either 48 hours or two weeks. The surface area to volume character of the eluates produced…

    -Jeffrey Birg, Michelle Wheater

  • Research article - Medical Published: Aug 10, 2015

    Epidemiology and Factors Associated with Road Traffic Crashes in Zambia

    Road traffic crashes are a public health concern in Zambia. Literature review reveals a dearth of research data on the epidemiology and factors associated with road traffic crashes (RTCs) in Zambia. This paper documents the epidemiology of RTCs and factors associated with these RTCs in order to inform road safety…

    -Biemba G, Chanda-Kapata P, Ngosa W, Metitiri M, Kanchele CC, Kanyenda E, and Munalula Nkandu E

  • Editorial - Medical Published: Feb 24, 2015

    Environmental Modifiers of Mitochondrial Disorders

    Currently, there are no cures or effective treatments for mitochondrial disorders and the fact that treatment options are severely limited and primarily supportive, understanding the environmental modifiers that can negatively or positively impact the course of the disease is crucial for the management of these devastating disorders. In this context,…

    -Ali Naini

  • Review article - Medical Published: Aug 10, 2015

    Optimal Treatment for Early Glottic Carcinoma

    The management of early glottic cancer has evolved significantly over the past two decades, with transoral laser microsurgery and radiotherapy emerging as the two favored modalities of treatment. Although the role of Open partial conservative surgery has reduced but there are still some specific indications. The preference of one modality…

    -Arsheed Hussain hakeem, Imtiyaz Hussain Hakeem, Fozia Jeelani Wani