Issue 3 Articles
Intradural Langerhans’ Cell Histiocytosis Invading Frontal Bone of Skull: A Case Report with A Brief Review
Case Report

1. Abstract
In Langerhans Cell Histocytosis (LCH), there is a slow and abnormal proliferation of histiocytes. It is also called as Eosinophilic granuloma. In the case of bone involvement, there is an expansion of bone along with a lytic reaction. We present a 22 years male who presented with headache and solitary swelling over the right of the skull’s frontal bone. In this case, the CH was originating from dura with secondary involvement of the bone. The X-Ray showed an osteolytic lesion of the frontal bone of the skull.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.47829/ACMCR.2020.5301

Mucocutaneous Involvement in Behcets Disease
Original Article

1. Abstract
Behçet’s disease is a chronic inflammatory disease characterized by its clinical polymorphism associating mucocutaneous involvement to systemic manifestations. The mucocutaneous lesions are considered the hallmark of the disease, being the most common symptoms presenting at the onset of disease. Our objective was to determine the characteristics of this skin involvement during Behçet’s disease. We conducted a descriptive study over a period of 30 years, having collected all patients with Behçet’s disease.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.47829/ACMCR.2020.5305
Thoracic Spinal Epidural Hematoma
Clinical Image

Clinical Image
An 8 year old male presented to the emergency department with back pain. The pain was non-radiating, located in the midthoracic region, progressively increasing and made worse with walking. He reported a fall from a trampoline. An episode of urinary inconti- nence was observed while in the Emergency Department. Exam- ination was significant for 3/5 strength in the bilateral lower ex- tremities and a positive Babinski sign bilaterally.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.47829/ACMCR.2020.5302

Pseudo-Abdominal Hernia: A Retrospective Study with A Review of The Literature
Case Report

1. Abstract
Pseudo-abdominal hernia presents as a localized compressible bulge without an actual paresis of muscles. Pseudo hernias can occur after ventral nerve root damage secondary to excision of radiculopathy, Lyme disease, poliomyelitis, syringomyelia, diabetic truncal neuropathy, polyradiculoneuropathy, prolapsed L1-L2 intervertebral disc, and rarely due to Herpes Zoster (HZ). Due to multiple causes of pseudo-abdominal hernias, there is a diagnostic dilemma.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.47829/ACMCR.2020.5303

Female Emotional Processing: Hydrogen Peroxide & Alzheimer’s Disease
Review Article

1. Abstract
This paper continues the authors investigation into AD. We find that hydrogen peroxide appears to be the culprit in attacking the Papez circuit, especially in women. Familiarity with AT Math is assumed.
2. Introduction
I recall that women respond to emotional stimulus 7 times fast that do men. In this paper, we will attempt to answer why.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.47829/ACMCR.2020.5304