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Azhar Al-Ankoshy

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ABSTRACT Back ground and objective: There are no studies on mental health in Yemen in general and schizophrenia in particular. Thus, the aim of this study was to study and identify the clinical symptoms, associated mental disorders, and associated factors among a selected sample of schizophrenia patients in Al-Amal Hospital for Psychiatric Diseases...
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Background and aims: Circulating C-reactive protein (CRP) provides a window to investigate periodontal status such as levels of inflammatory mediators, the consequences of which due to increased local destruction of connective tissue structural elements are ideal markers of disease activity that can be estimated in CRP in circulation. This study ai...
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Background and aims: Circulating C-reactive protein (CRP) provides a window to investigate periodontal status such as levels of inflammatory mediators, the consequences of which due to increased local destruction of connective tissue structural elements are ideal markers of disease activity that can be estimated in CRP in circulation. This study ai...
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ABSTRACT Background and aims: Tuberculosis (TB) is a critical problem of public health. Diagnosis and screening of latent Mycobacterium tuberculosis infections (LTBI) are essential to control their spread. The goal of the study was to clarify the prevalence and risk factors for LTBI using IGRA among healthcare works (HCWs) in Sana’a city, Yemen. Me...
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ABSTRACT Background and objective: Gingival crevicular fluid (GCF) affords a exceptional window for investigation of periodontal condition as the levels of inflammatory mediators, which consequences owing to the increased local destruction of connective tissue structural elements. This study aimed to explore the interleukin 1β (IL-1β)) levels in th...
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ABSTRACT Background and aims: Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is an autoimmune chronic inflammatory disease with damage to many organs due to the production of auto-antibodies, including auto-antibodies to renal antigen, vascular tissue antigens, brain antigens, ribosomes, nuclear antigens, and phospholipids. This study was conducted to determin...
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Peer review, which is the evaluation of work by one or more persons who have similar qualifications to the producers of work on which our beloved journal (UJPR) has relied from the first day of its inception. This method works as a form of self-regulation by members who are qualified for a profession in the relevant field and our journal has select...
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ABSTRACT Background and objective: Antenatal care (ANC) is a health care intervention designed to ensure the safety of pregnancy for the mother and fetus. This system recommends a minimum of four preconception care visits for a healthy pregnancy, according to the World Health Organization. It is not known whether this recommended number of visits w...
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Background and objective: Antenatal care (ANC) is a health care intervention designed to ensure the safety of pregnancy for the mother and fetus. This system recommends a minimum of four preconception care visits for a healthy pregnancy, according to the World Health Organization. It is not known whether this recommended number of visits was follow...
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The study aimed to assess the oral health condition and its impact on the quality of life (QoL) among a sample of Yemeni population. The study including 256 individuals who responded to the Oral Health Impacts Profile (OHIP) through completing a face-to-face survey of the OHIP-14 Arabic version. The data were collected by one dentist trained in the...
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Background and objectives: Celiac disease is a multisystem autoimmune disease that is triggered in genetically susceptible individuals by eating products containing gluten. It affects approximately 1% of the population worldwide, although a significant proportion of patients remain undiagnosed. The prevalence of celiac disease has not been well est...
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ABSTRACT Background: Cholera, caused by Vibrio cholerae O1 or O139 serotypes, is one of the most important healthcare associated infections (HAI) among patients in Yemen. Aim: This study aimed to determine the risk factors associated with cholera outbreaks, clinical presentations, and antibiotic susceptibility of the V. cholerae strains isolated am...
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Background and objectives: Vulvovaginal candidiasis is known to be a global issue of concern due to its association with economic costs, sexually transmitted diseases, and the escalation of genital tract infections. This study aimed to determine the prevalence, species distribution and risk factors associated with Candida species causing vulvovagin...
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ABSTRACT Background and Aims: Trachoma has historical and continuing significance as a major cause of vision loss, with an essentially disproportionate impact on the poorest individuals in the poorest communities as in Yemen now under siege and war especially in rural areas. There is no awareness among local and national governments of this disease...
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Background: Surgical site infections (SSIs) are infections that occur one month after a surgical operation or one year after implant surgery and a surgical procedure, either at the injury site or near the injury site. Despite SSIs are still a major problem causing increased morbidity and mortality globally, especially in developing countries, there...
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Medical and Pharmaceutical Journal Ranking In this article, I will discuss the methods of evaluating the medical and pharmaceutical journal and the obstacles that researchers face in countries similar to the situation in Yemen. To begin with, we should know the Medical Journal; a medical journal is a peer-reviewed scientific journal that conveys me...
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ABSTRACT Background: In Yemen there are only a few special epidemiological studies dedicated to malignancy, and for this motivation it is necessary to strengthen, update, construct and continue to afford studies on tumor comportments with the plan of achieving better influence on public health, with early diagnosis and suitable treatment with the p...
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Nipple discharge (ND) is a common presentation in breast medicine and comes as the third reason for consultation after breast pain and palpable masses. The aim of the current study is to determine the independent association of prolactin, T3, T4, TSH with female characteristics, clinical prognosis, etc. in a group of affected women with ND syndrome...
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Antibiotics have great benefits, however, not free from side effects. Its side effects, especially those related to liver damage and increased levels of liver enzymes, have prompted the world to search for a traditional medicinal plant such as Rutin to find preventive and curative agents against multi-organ dysfunction (unwanted effects) of Ciprofl...
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In spite of the relevance of (BRCA2) breast cancer gene 2 which gene for suppression of cancer in hereditary malignancies of breast and ovarian is well recognized. The discovery of EMSY, a recent protein binding to BRCA2, as a possible Oncogene implies that the (breast cancer gene 2) system has a role in non-hereditary (sporadic) malignancies. The...
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Background and objectives: Brucellosis continues a most important health problem in numerous parts of the world and in the Middle East regions is a significant origin of acute febrile illness. This study was conducted to determine Brucella antibodies among patients with PUO, the association of brucellosis with demographic characteristics, identify...
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Background and Aim: Beta thalassemia is characterized by abnormal synthesis of the hemoglobin β chain, resulting in variable phenotypes, ranging from severe anemia to asymptomatic individuals. There is an increased risk of thrombotic complications in thalassemia major. The purpose of this study was to evaluate protein C, protein S and protein D-dim...
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Kala-azar (visceral leishmaniasis) is a major cause of fever in the world, and is estimated to affect 100 million people worldwide.1 Kala-azar was first reported from the northern part of Yemen over 90 years ago.2 Sporadic cases of the disease, however, are now widely reported from all over the country, including the governorates of Sana'a, Taiz, I...
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Intestinal schistosomiasis is a neglected tropical disease, causing morbidity and mortality in tropical and subtropical countries. Despite the frequent implementation of mass drug administration with praziquantel, the reinfection with Schistosoma mansoni is still common in Yemen. In addition, there is a scarcity of information on the impact of S. m...
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Background: Ophthalmia neonatorum (ON) is the most widespread eye infection occurring in the first 28 days of life. Although most of these cases are benign, some may progress to systemic complications or blindness if left untreated. Objectives: The current study was conducted with the aim of revealing the bacteriological causes of conjunctivitis in...
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For many years at our Ann Case Report, we made sure to bring the voices of researchers, clinicians and medical scientists by publishing their studies research but in this article we would like to bring patients' voices to Ann Case Report by publishing personal opinions and comments by patients in addition to normal scientific research. The present...
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Abstract Red Sea represents one of the most remarkable marine ecosystems. However, it is also one of the world's least explored areas of marine biodiversity. The aims of this investigation were therefore, to isolate marine microorganisms from the seashore sediments and water in shallow region from west Yemen coast, to assess their antimicrobial pot...
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Introduction: Carcinoma of the prostate, or Prostate cancer, has a multi genetic factors. HOXB13 is one of this factors ,specifically the G84E gremlin mutation of HOXB13, which is ported on chromosome 17.The role of HOXB13 in the development of prca was researched in this study.
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Background: Among the measures involved in the control of endodontic infection, irrigation is an important factor in the elimination of microorganisms present in the open root canal. It is known that mechanical debridement alone does not result in a complete or permanent reduction of bacteria; therefore antimicrobial agents are used as an aid to me...
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Background: The emergence and extend of antibiotic resistance, together with the development of new strains of illness causes, are of enormous alarm to the global health community. Successful treatment of a illness involves the development of new pharmaceuticals or some promise source of novel drugs. Universally make use of medicinal plants of our...
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Background and objectives: Brucellosis continues a most important health problem in numerous parts of the world and in the Middle East regions is a significant origin of acute febrile illness. This study was conducted to determine Brucella antibodies among patients with PUO, the association of brucellosis with demographic characteristics, identify...
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ABSTRACT Background: Wilms' tumor is a malignant tumor that contains metanephric blastema, stromal and epithelial derivatives. The characteristic is the presence of abortive tubules and glomeruli surrounded by the stroma of a spindle cell. The stroma may include striated muscle, cartilage, bone, adipose tissue, and fibrous tissue. Aims: The study a...
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Back ground and objectives: Liver disease causes major public health problems international, especially in poor countries, and it is associated with poor long-term clinical outcomes and results in the deaths of millions worldwide annually. The aim of this study is to ascertain the virtual frequencies of liver disease and to assess etiological facto...
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Objectives: This study was conducted in Sana'a city, Yemen to detect the prevalence of early loss of primary teeth and its consequence on malocclusion. Materials and methods: This cross-sectional observational study included 1079 school children aged 7-12 years, and for the detection of the following characteristics, the samples were clinically exa...
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Objectives: There is increasing interest in the use of quantitative PCR (q-PCR) for diagnosis of H. pylori infection. However, the assay remains largely unstandardized, making comparison between studies unreliable. The objective of this study was to assess accuracy of a normalized q-PCR assay for diagnosis of the infection. Subjects and methods: Se...
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Background and objectives: Celiac disease is a long-standing autoimmune illness that principally affects the small intestine. Typical symptoms comprise digestive problems such as chronic diarrhea, flatulence, malabsorption, loss of appetite, and failure of children to grow normally. The prevalence of celiac disease has not been established in Yemen...
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Background and objectives: At the present time, antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a major public health hazard, with antimicrobial resistance bacteria increasing exponentially. This study estimates the epidemiological profiles and antimicrobial resistance of Gram-positive bacteria (GPB) and Gram-negative bacteria (GNB) isolated from clinical sample...
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Background: No information is available on the antimicrobial sensitivity pattern and guidelines for oral antibiotic therapy for Yemeni patients for those with localized aggressive periodontitis (LAP) due to Porphyromonas gingivalis, a condition that often requires complementary antibiotic treatment. Aim: The primary aim of the current study was to...
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Editorial Message IS Dr. KAIJIAN HOUSHANTOU CAPABLE OF KNOWING THE UNSEEN AND THE FUTURE? Prof. Dr. Kaijian HouShantou from traditional Chinese medical hospital, in China says in volume 1 – issue 1 of the Universal Journal of Pharmaceutical Research (UJPR) 6 years ago in his prophecy (Editorial Message) "I am pleased to announce the publication o...
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Background: Trachoma is a contagious infection caused by Chlamydia trachomatis. The disease causes roughness of the inner surface of the eyelids which in turn leads to eye pain, collapse of the outer surface and scratching of the cornea, and ultimately blindness. Objectives: This study was designed to determine Trachoma prevalence and associated ri...
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Background and aims: Natural products, in particular plant extracts, have opened up great chance in the area of drug progress owing to their chemical variety. The Aloe genus has long been known to be used for medicinal uses in countless parts of the world. This study was planned to inspect the phytochemicals and anti-cancer capabilities of Aloe rub...
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Intestinal schistosomiasis is a neglected tropical disease, causing morbidity and mortality in tropical and subtropical countries. Despite the frequent implementation of mass drug administration with praziquantel, the reinfection with Schistosoma mansoni is still common in Yemen. In addition, there is a scarcity of information on the impact of S. m...
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Background: FBSS is a term that groups the conditions with recurring low back pain after spine surgery with or without a radicular component.
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Background and aims: Hepatitis B virus infection is a significant public health crisis global. Hepatitis B virus genotyping is an important tool in epidemiological studies to determine the category and extent of treatment and to predict the outcome of chr onic infections, for instance hepatocellular carcinoma and cirrhosis. The study designed to de...
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ABSTRACT Background and objectives: Vulvovaginal candidiasis is known to be a global issue of concern due to its association with economic costs, sexually transmitted diseases, and the escalation of genital tract infections. This study aimed to determine the prevalence, species distribution and risk factors associated with Candida species causing v...
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PREVALENCE OF DIFFERENT HEPATITIS B VIRUS GENOTYPES AND RISK FACTORS ASSOCIATED AMONG SELECTED YEMENI PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC HEPATITIS B INFECTION
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Abstract Introduction and aims: Leukemia is a heterogeneous group of hematological disorders that is made up of several diverse and biologically distinct subgroups. Leukemia is the eleventh and tenth most common cause of cancer morbidity and mortality worldwide, respectively. There are insufficient data on the hematological parameters counts of leu...
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Background and aims: Toxoplasmosis is caused as a result of intracellular protozoan organism, Toxoplasma gondii, and is a widespread disease. Toxoplasmosis can progress to a serious systemic disease (congenital form); once a mother becomes infected for the first time for the period of pregnancy, a transient haematopoietic parasite can appear with f...
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Background: Trachoma is a communicable infection of the eye by certain strains of the Chlamydia trachomatis. It is the principal cause of loss of sight globally. Mass drug administration (MDA) with Azithromycin is a foundation stone of World Health Organization (WHO)'s global struggle to eradicate trachoma by 2020. Aims: The main objectives of the...
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Background and objectives: At the present time, antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a major public health hazard, with antimicrobial resistance bacteria increasing exponentially. This study estimates the epidemiological profiles and antimicrobial resistance of Gram-positive bacteria (GPB) and Gram-negative bacteria (GNB) isolated from clinical sample...
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Background and objectives: At the present time, antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a major public health hazard, with antimicrobial resistance bacteria increasing exponentially. This study estimates the epidemiological profiles and antimicrobial resistance of Gram-positive bacteria (GPB) and Gram-negative bacteria (GNB) isolated from clinical sample...
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Background: Urinary bladder cancer (UBC) is the ninth most common cancer in the world, and the third most common cancer among men in West Asian countries, including Arab countries. Despite the increasing prevalence of UBC in developing countries, many places, including Yemen, do not have representative studies showing the true impact of these tumor...
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Background: Ophthalmia neonatorum (ON) is the most widespread eye infection occurring in the first 28 days of life. Although most of these cases are benign, some may progress to systemic complications or blindness if left untreated. Objectives: The current study was conducted with the aim of revealing the bacteriological causes of conjunctivitis in...
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Abstract: Introduction: Carcinoma of the prostate, or Prostate cancer, has a multi genetic factors. HOXB13 is one of this factors ,specifically the G84E gremlin mutation of HOXB13, which is ported on chromosome 17.The role of HOXB13 in the development of prca was researched in this study. Method: 60 patients diagnosed with prca in addition to 63 co...
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Adherence to anti-TB treatment (ATT) remains an unresolved challenge in treating paediatric tuberculosis. To better understand barriers to adherence, we explored beliefs in medicines among the carers of children on ATT in the SHINE trial in India, South Africa, Uganda, and Zambia. Note: A. Al-Ankoshy was not involved in this poster and will be rem...
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Introduction. Thyroid cancer is usually associated with genetic alterations. Papillary thyroid carcinoma (PTC) was found to be accompanied by point mutation occurs in a part of exon 15 in specific gene called BRAF which is a part of pathway that responsible for cell main functions such as division. The role of BRAF gene point mutation (V600E) in th...