Issue 1 Articles

PET Imaging Performed Immediately After COVID 19 Vaccination: What A Radiologist Should Know

1. Editorial An interesting article titled “Frequency and Characteristics of Nodal and Deltoid FDG and 11-C Choline uptake on PET imaging performed after COVID-19 vaccination” was recently published in American Journal of Roentgenology. In this Editorial, I will like to discuss important pertinent findings of this study. 67 patients were recruited (66 had undergone PET/CT …

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Schizophrenic Patient with Drug Induced Liver Injury Initially Misdiagnosed as Wilson’s Disease with Final Diagnosis of Celiac Disease

1. Abstract Associations between psychiatric symptoms in patients with celiac disease have been described in the literature. We report the case of a schizophrenic patient initially suspected of Wilson disease that was diagnosed with celiac disease in our hepatology unit. http://dx.doi.org/10.47829/ACMCR.2021.61803

Whole Blood Gene Expression Profiling in Response to Treatment for Septic Shock: A Case Report

1. Abstract Septic shock develops as a result of the rapid progression of sepsis due to the massive release of proinflammatory mediators, and is characterized by severe hypotension and tissue hypoxia. While early goal-directed therapy (EGDT) and polymyxin B direct hemoperfusion (PMX-DHP) have shown effectiveness in the treatment of septic shock, no biomarkers are available …

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Rural Healthcare in Light of a Multinational Pandemic: A Global Perspective

1. Abstract Rural healthcare recently came into international spotlight, with recent reported influx of the COVID-19 into rural regions. This article focuses on susceptibilities of the rural population to pandemics and mitigating measures to prevent formation of disease epicentre. Rural Healthcare is by far one of the most neglected areas of medicine. The discrepancies in …

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Syringoma

1. Abstract Syringoma is a benign eccrine sweat gland tumor affecting mostly females at puberty projected with multiple soft papules usually 1-2 mm in diameter. During puberty, syringoma appears among females; it is presented as multiple soft papules, 1-2 mm in diameter, as a benign eccrine sweat gland tumor. The sites of predilection are lower …

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Megacalycosis with Ipsilateral Segmental Mega-Ureter – A Rare Entity

1. Abstract Congenital megacalycosis of Pugivert is a rare clinical entity which denotes presence of dilated calyces most often without any functional abnormality and Segmental mega-ureter implies large, focal segmental ureteral dilatation producing a distorted ureter. Megacalycosis with an ipsilateral segmental mega-ureter is a rarer association of which only a few cases have been reported …

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