Issue 3 Articles
Mental State Alterations and Transient Bradypnea Resulting from Pneumocephalus After the Application of Epidural Anes- thesia: A Case Report
Case Report
Pneumocephalus is a very rare complication after the application of epidural anesthesia.Pneumocephalus can cause headache, convulsions, altered state of consciousness, and hemo-dynamic instability or cardiac arrest. This..
Understanding Anchorage in Orthodontics -A Review Article
Review Article
Before starting active treatment of any orthodontic case, anchorage must be planned well to get rid of the problems that might accompanied the treatment procedures. This article re-viewed the anchorage from all aspects starting from the definition, sources, types, planning, anchorage loss and how to avoid it...
Abnormal Renal Mass in Adult Polycystic Kidney Disease: A Diagnostic Dilemm
Clinical Image
The incidence of renal cell carcinoma (RCC) in patients with polycystic kidney disease (PCKD) has shown to be higher compared to the general population [1, 4]. However the incidence of RCC in young individuals (<40 years old) is extremely rare compared to older patients...
Subconjunctival Bleeding As Uncommon First Hemorrhagic Sign in Patient with Acquired A Haemophilia
Case Report
Acquired A haemophilia (AHA) is a rare disease resulting from autoantibodies (inhibitors) against coagulation factor VIII that leads to bleeding. It occurs mostly in elderly but can be associated with pregnancy and autoimmune...
Intraosseous Access Under Adverse Circumstances
Short Communication
This presentation displays the case of a 5-year old child suffering from severe pneumonia. No antimicrobial drugs had been given in the pre hospital setting so far. The boy lived in a remote home caring for children with innate, severely disabling musculoskeletal disorders. The rescue services were called in the...

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