May 2019| Vol 8| Issue 3
Preoperative embolization of skull–base tumors: Indications, utility, and concerns
Skull-base tumors are generally difficult to access compared with many other cranial lesions. Usually surgery remains the gold standard treatment for the majority of these tumors. However, in many cas...
Acute cholecystitis and helminthic infestation
Acute cholecystitis is an important acute medical problem, so acute disorder of the gall bladder requires good clinical management. There are several etiologies of acute cholecystitis. Although it is ...
Pneumococcal meningitis in Iran: a systematic review and meta–analysis
Objective: To estimate the frequency of pneumococcal meningitis among patients with bacterial meningitis in Iran.
Methods: PubMed, Embase, Web of Science and Scientific Information Data...
Utilization of accident and emergency department at a semi-urban Nigerian hospital: a preliminary prospective study
Objective: To assess emergency department utilization at a semi-urban (resource-limited) Nigerian hospital.
Methods: A systematic random sampling technique was adopted. A proforma was u...
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Integron frequency of Escherichia coli strains from patients with urinary tract infection in Southwest of Iran
Objective: To investigate the frequency of integrase genes intI1, intI2 and intI3 of Escherichia coli strains, and their association with resistance to routinely used antib...
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