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  • Research article - Medical Published: Oct 05, 2015

    Monitoring Quality of Care in Men Diagnosed with Prostate Cancer: Developing Consensus Quality Indicators Using Modified-Delphi Methodology

    A modified Delphi study involving interviews of key informants and two rounds of survey to obtain consensus on the indicator set.A literature review was undertaken to identify potential quality indicators. Interviews were undertaken to ensure completeness of the set and explore potential for inclusion of novel indicators. Survey of Delphi…

    -Sue M Evans, Denise Lin, Dragan Ilic, Jeremy Millar, Declan Murphy, Joanne Dean

  • Research article - Medical Published: Oct 10, 2015

    Sleep Apnea Syndrome in a Type 2 Diabetic African in Benin: Prevalence and Associated Factors

    This was a cross multicenter, descriptive and analytical study which has as framework, the insulin Bank of Cotonou, the Polyclinic of Atinkanmey and the Departmental Hospital of Oueme-Plateau (CHUD-OP). The study covered six-month (March to August 2014), and included all type 2 diabetics who have given their consent for the…

    -Amoussou-Guenou KD, Agbodandé KA, Wanvoegbe FA, Gnonlonfoun R, Tchabi Y, Eyissè Y, Mousse L

  • Editorial - Medical Published: Oct 05, 2015

    Epigenetic Regulation and Aging

    The role of epigenetic alteration in the pathophysiology of many diseases and its age-associated impacts on the course of an individual’s life is striking! There is a strong and crucial ongoing dynamic interaction between genetics and epigenetics that is associated with the complexity of aging processes. Epigenetic mechanism is referred…

    -Satyajit Patra

  • Case report - Medical Published: Oct 05, 2015

    Osteoma of Mandible - A Rare Existence

    Osteoma is a benign bone tumor which rarely occurs in the maxillofacial region. Its incidence is rare in the jaws and mandible is more affected than the maxilla. Surgery with complete removal of the lesion is the most adequate treatment. It occurs predominantly in the second decade, with a tendency…

    -Surej Kumar LK, Sumesh Chandran, Varun Menon.P and Vinod Mony

  • Research article - Medical Published: Oct 05, 2015

    Eyelid Sebaceous Gland Carcinoma – Devastating Masquerader Revisited

    A retrospective consecutive case record analysis of 94 patients, clinico-pathologically diagnosed as sebaceous gland carcinoma was performed. The patients whose first consultation for the eyelid lesion at our centre ware grouped as ‘Primary visitors’. All the other patients, who had received medical treatment elsewhere before coming to our centre, were…

    -Apjit Kaur, Ankur Yadav