Issue 7 Articles
The Diagnosis and Treatment of Robert’s Uterus: A Case Report and Literature Review
Review Article
1.1. Background: Robert's uterus is a very rare malformation and are associated with a severe dys- menorrhoea. It is rarely reported.1.2. Case history: A 15-year-old girl was referred to our hospital for dysmenorrhoea. She was sus- pected of Robert's uterus due MRI and ultrasound, which showed an asymmetric septate uterus...
My Experience with Ketamine Therapy
Editorial Article
Ketamine is a drug with a long clinical history as an anesthetic and is approved by the US Food andDrug Administration (FDA) for that use. More recently, it’s been getting attention as a drug that maybe of value in the treatment of depression, anxiety disorders, PTSD, OCD and other mood...
Forearm Cutaneous Metastasis of Rectal Adenocarcinoma: A Case Report
Case Report
Cutaneous metastases are a rare entity and those resulting from metastatic colorectal cancer ac- count for 4-6, 5% of cases. Many mechanisms of cutaneous metastases have been hypothesized. They could occur through lymphatic and hematogenous spread, direct extension of tumor and surgical implantation.
Eumycotic Mycetoma (Madura’s Foot), Case Report and Literature Review
Case Report
Madura foot is a rare disease in our country caused by chronic infections either bacterial or fungal organisms that involve skin and underlying soft-tissue of the foot, The diagnosis is made by clinical picture, microscopic examination confirmed by special stains or culture.
Aorto-Esophageal Fistula and Metallic Stent
Case Report
Esophageal metallic stents are indicated in the palliative treatment of malignant dysphagia [1]. The ones usually used are covered or partially covered. They have a low mortality rate directly asso- ciated (0.5-2%) [2]. As with any endoscopic therapeutic procedure, it can get complicated.