Case Report

Wriggling Infestation: Myiasis Sepsis by Myroides Odoratus

Maggot therapy is a recognized treatment modality of acute and chronic wounds that should be applied by specialist healthcare professionals. Complicat... Read more


Research Article

Obesity and Kidney Disease: Hidden Consequences of the Epidemic

Obesity has become a worldwide epidemic, and its prevalence has been projected to grow by 40% in the next decade. This increasing prevalence has impli... Read more


Review Article

Pancreatic Cancer - The Role of Hypoxia

Pancreatic cancer has very poor prognosis and has a very low five-year survival rate of the order of 5%. This is so because of the lack of major clini... Read more


Case Report

Unusual Nasal Foreign Body in a Cleft Palate Children: A Case Report

Nasal foreign bodies are frequent in children; nevertheless those who include palate and nasal cavity are rare. We present an unusual foreign body tha... Read more


Case Report

Ovarian Cancer with Leptomeningeal Involvement

Ovarian cancer usually spreads locally. Leptomeningeal involvement is very rare with poor prognosis. We reported two cases with leptomeningeal metasta... Read more


Original Article

Patient Empowerment in Neuro-Oncology: New Perspectives on an Emerging Concept

Patient empowerment focuses on the control the individual patient exerts on his/her own health and illness. The empowerment approach is based on the r... Read more


Case Report

Description of a Tumefactive Demyelinating Lesion Studied with Advanced Magnetic Resonance Techniques: A Clinical Report and Review of Literature

Tumefactive Demyelinating Lesions (TDL) is atypical presentation of various demyelinating diseases like Multiple Sclerosis (MS). They can mimic brain ... Read more


Short Commentary

From a "Eureka Insight" to a Novel Potential Therapeutic Target to Treat Alzheimer's Disease

It has been almost 4 years since we revealed the solution for the enigma of the so-called "calcium paradox". Our discovery of the involvement of Ca 10.36959/734/371

Case Report

Difficult Direct Laryngoscopy Followed by Easy Video Laryngoscopic Intubation in a Patient with Bilateral Mandibular Tori: Should the Patient be Labeled as Having a "Difficult Airway?"

Mandibular tori are intraoral bony prominences which can make direct laryngoscopic intubation difficult. We present a case where we were unable to int... Read more


Review Article

Improving Tissue Integrity in Intensive Care Unit Patients

Throughout clinical experiences in western Kentucky intensive care units, it has been observed that critically ill patients are not receiving fully im... Read more