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A collision tumor is a neoplastic lesion comprised of two or more distinct cell populations with distinct borders. Desmoid fibromatosis (DF) is a rare musculoaponeurotic tissue tumor that grows deep in the connective tissue and shows locally aggressive behavior. Only two cases of collision tumors with desmoid fibromatosis are reported in the Englis...
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Background Glycogen storage diseases (GSDs) are inherited glycogen metabolic disorders which have various subtypes. GSDs of type I, III, IV, VI, and IX show liver involvement and are considered as hepatic types of GSDs. Thus, liver transplantation (LT) has been proposed as a final therapy for these types of GSD. LT corrects the primary hepatic enzy...
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Background Perforation of Meckel Diverticulum (MD) is a rare cause of pneumoperitoneum in neonates. We hereby report six cases of perforation of MD in neonates, with addition of 53 cases from systematic review of the literature. A systematic review was performed using Mesh terms “Neonate, Meckel Diverticulum, Perforation, Pneumoperitoneum.” All rep...
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Background Neck dissection is an integral component of the treatment of head and neck cancers. The present meta-analysis aimed to compare the use of endoscope-assisted neck dissection (END) with conventional neck dissection (CND) in the existing English literature. Methods A search of PubMed (MEDLINE), Embase, and the Cochrane Library for articles...
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Myxoid liposarcoma is the most frequent form of liposarcoma, frequently localized in the extremities. Abdominal liposarcomas more commonly arise from the retroperitoneum. However, primary mesenteric localization is extremely rare. To the best of our knowledge, 22 cases have been reported in English literature. The diagnosis is often delayed by the...
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A termesztők számára sok bosszúságot okozhatnak a váratlanul fellépő abiotikus betegségek. Különösen ha egy viszonylag kevésbé ismert és sokszor csak a tárolás során fellépő jelenségről van szó, mint a káposztafélék fekete pöttyösödés tünete esetében is, mely hazánkban is évtizedek óta jelen van. Ez a rendellenesség 1919 óta ismert. Az 1960-as, '70...
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We are nearing the centenary of the publication of 'The Waste Land' written by the early twenties year old British-American author T.S. Eliot (died 1965) My thesis was presented at the end of the last century when Eliot's reputation was at a low point. In my work I try to unravel the claims of anti-Semitism, fascism and misogyny levelled against El...
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This study explored self-assertiveness of Jordanian students and its relationship with student engagement and academic self-efficacy in Arab Open University students. The sample consisted of 35 participants out of 109. Seventy-four students were removed due to the lack of seriousness of the respondents. The Rathus Assertiveness Scale (RAS), Self-ef...
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Objective: The aim of the study was to systematically review the overall outcomes of studies comparing the misfit of yttria-stabilized zirconia (Y-TZP) CAD-CAM implant-supported frameworks with frameworks fabricated with other materials and techniques. Methods: An electronic literature search of English literature was performed using Google Scholar...
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It is this dehumanization and ‘otherness’ of Africa as a land and of Africans as a community in the Western world’s consciousness that, according to Achebe, Conrad also emulated, propagated, and accomplished in his classic novella - Heart of Darkness (1899). Therefore, for Achebe, this critical work of Modern English Literature, despite its numerou...
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Michael Edwards, professor of English literature at the Collège de France in Paris, poet, critic, and the first British subject to be elected to the French Academy, has turned his attention in recent years to biblical literature. In 2016 he published Bible et poésie (Paris, Fallois). A translation of the sequel, Pour un christianisme intempestif (P...
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Background Performing a single-port laparoscopic pancreatectomy is technically challenging. Single-port laparoscopic pancreaticoduodenectomy (SPLPD) is rarely reported in English literature. Methods Eighty-seven cases of laparoscopic pancreaticoduodenectomy (LPD) were performed by a single surgical team in the Department of Pancreatic Surgery, Wes...
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William Butler Yeats is regarded as one of the most important representative symbolist of the twentieth century English literature. Yeats is the greatest poetical figure of his age: a transitional age, as it may come to be regarded, between William Morris and Ezra Pound, Swinburne and T. S. Eliot, being himself responsible for much of the ease of t...
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Background: Mesalazine is the first-line inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) treatment. However, it can cause fatal cardiotoxicity. We aimed to analyze the clinical characteristics of mesalazine-induced cardiotoxicity and provide evidence for clinical diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. Methods: We collected Chinese and English literature on mesalaz...
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With the development of globalization and the mobility of academics, there is an increasing opportunity for cooperation in intercultural research. This however raises questions about the advantages and disadvantages of being a cultural insider and outsider in such an endeavour. This paper considers the methodological complexities of intercultural r...
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Introduction South Asia is responsible for more than 40% of the stroke burden and stroke mortality in the developing world. South Asia, which is home to one-fourth of the world's population, is the most densely populated and one of the poorest regions. The majority of patients in this region are unable to afford intravenous thrombolysis (IVT) for a...
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RESUMO: Este trabalho analisa as caracterizações das irmãs Elizabeth e Jane Bennet como representações da subversão e da submissão na Inglaterra Oitocentista. No romance Orgulho e Preconceito (1813), de Jane Austen, a investigação se baseou nos aspectos discursivos e comportamentais das personagens irmãs, a partir de leituras de Millett (1970), Mur...
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Purpose of Review We summarize the current status of neuromuscular blockade monitoring and reversal strategies in children, and the gaps that exist in our knowledge and approach compared to adult practice. Recent Findings Children experience residual neuromuscular blockade and are at risk of subsequent complications, though this is less well studi...
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Purpose This review aimed to summarize the treatment outcomes of percutaneous radiofrequency ablation (RFA) and microwave ablation (MWA) for metastatic liver tumors based on the findings of published studies over the last decade. Materials and methods Literature describing the survival outcomes of ablation therapy for liver metastases was explored...
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Background: COVID-19 is caused by SARS CoV-2 and it seen that it is more severe in Diabetics patients as compared to non-Diabetics. Diabetes Mellitus is not just a disease but a syndrome with many complications, which attracts more other diseases which is a major deciding factor in COVID-19 patients. Purpose: There is significant dearth of data ava...
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Under the current theme of environmental protection, the effect of English literature classroom teaching reform cannot be analyzed qualitatively. Based on BP neural network, we present an analytical model of the impact of College English Literature Classroom Teaching Reform on environmental protection based on artificial intelligence technology. We...
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The study aims to systematically review the available literature to evaluate the changes in oral microbiota in patients after bariatric surgery (BS) and correlates these alterations in microorganisms with common oral manifestations. Relevant Electronic databases were systematically searched for indexed English literature. The Preferred Reporting It...
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Climate change communication is a crucial strategy for addressing the major challenges of climate change, and the knowledge mapping analysis and overview of it helps to clarify research progress. Based on CiteSpace, 428 pieces of domestic and foreign literature are collected to clarify the basic status of climate change communication research and s...
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In patients with infective endocarditis and neurological complications, the optimal timing for cardiac surgery is unclear due to the varied risk of clinical deterioration when early surgery is performed. The aim of this review is to summarize the best evidence on the optimal timing for cardiac surgery in the presence of each type of neurological co...
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Background Acute pancreatitis is a disorder of reversible inflammation of the pancreas. Only a few cases are related to infections and the most common pathogens are the viruses responsible for mumps, parotitis, and influenza. Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)-associated acute pancreatitis is a rare condition and it may occur in children and adults. Case pr...
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The estimation of coverage probabilities, and in particular of the missing mass, is a classical statistical problem with applications in numerous scientific fields. In this paper, we study this problem in relation to randomized data compression, or sketching. This is a novel but practically relevant perspective, and it refers to situations in which...
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Background: Antimicrobial resistance is a worldwide and highly quantified risk to global health and is more prevalent than resistance developed in vaccines as both antimicrobial resistance and vaccine resistance develop in alternate settings and because of alternate mechanisms. [1,2,3,4] Purpose: The main purpose of this research was to find out th...
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Background: The development of vaccinations against the SARS-CoV-2 virus has marked a new dawn for the war against corona virus disease (COVID-19). [1,2] Purpose: First generation intramuscular COVID vaccines have dwindling efficacy and confer little immunity against the new variants and produce various side effects.[3] Hence, there is a need to de...
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Resumen Esta investigación tuvo como objetivo explorar los tipos de preguntas que varios profesores de Literatura Inglesa, utilizando el inglés como medio de instrucción, les hacían a sus alumnos, durante sus lecciones, en una universidad del norte de México. Fue un estudio cualitativo en el cual se analizaron las transcripciones de las lecciones d...
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Background As the global population ages, the issue of frailty in older people is gaining international attention. As one of the major subtypes of frailty, cognitive frailty is a heterogeneous clinical manifestation characterised by the co-existence of physical decline and cognitive impairment. The occurrence of cognitive frailty increases the risk...
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Left atrial (LA) structure and function in heart failure with reduced (HFrEF) versus preserved ejection fraction (HFpEF) is only established in small studies. Therefore, we conducted a systematic review of LA structure and function in order to find differences between patients with HFrEF and HFpEF. English literature on LA structure and function us...
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Langerhans cell histiocytosis (LCH) and Adult-onset xanthogranuloma (AXG) are rare disorders characterized by the accumulation of macrophage, dendritic cells, or monocyte-derived cells in various tissues of the body. Many researchers now consider LCH a form of malignancy, but this classification remains controversial. As per our knowledge, there ar...
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The Covid 19 pandemic has caused problems and progress in learning. Issues related to the online learning process are faced by educators related to technology use. On the one hand, due to the demands of the situation, the online learning process during the pandemic led to progress in learning using technology. One of them is by using a blog. This s...
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Purpose Total knee arthroplasty is one of the significantly evolving procedures with different knee designs available in the market. The continued development of these prosthesis resulted in improvement of the implant survivorship and patient satisfaction. This study is an RCT-based meta-analysis aimed to compare two designs of total knee replaceme...
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Objective: This systematic review was able to evaluate the clinical evidence of JSBC in the randomized controlled trial (RCT) of diabetic nephropathy. Methods: The Chinese and English literatures published in PubMed, Cochrane Library, VIP, Wanfang Data, CNKI, and CBM before July 30, 2019, were retrieved. This study includes only randomized contr...
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In this paper the idea of Englishness and the ecumenical in the work of the British writer V.S. Naipaul’s (1932-2018) The Enigma of Arrival (1987) is analysed. To do so the author traces the beginnings of the relationship between the international and the so-called “British element” in English Literature in the second half of the twentieth century....
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this article goes all over the main and most determining influences on the first stage of the literary career of the Anglo-American writer Christopher Isherwood, doubtlessly, one of the most representative figures of the English literature of the twentieth century. We don’t limit ourselves to the realm of literary influences, but analyse those infl...
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Objective: Fat loss theory under various oxygen conditions has been disputed, and relevant systematic review studies are limited. This study is a systematic review and meta-analysis to assess whether hypoxic exercise training (HET) leads to superior fat-reducing compared with normoxic exercise training (NET). Methods: We searched PubMed, Web of Sci...
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Background: 2-Deoxy D-glucose is a novel drug. [1,2] It is an analogue of glucose which has innate therapeutic uses due to both its antiviral properties as well as its antineoplastic action. [3] Purpose: It is clearly evident that a substantial dearth in information surrounding the role of 2-Deoxy D-glucose in the treatment of SARS-CoV-2. This rese...
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Background: Corticosteroids are widely used for treatment of various complications of COVID-19 such as ARDS (acute respiratory distress syndrome) [1,2] and cytokine storm but extensive use has led to substantial adverse effects [3,4,5]. Purpose: It is evident that there is a dearth in data regarding avascular necrosis caused by corticosteroids in t...
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Background: The novel coronavirus or (COVID-19) which surfaced in Wuhan, China, in 2019 subsequently led to the current global pandemic.[1] The novelty of the virus and its rapid propagation has caused many health systems to be overwhelmed and has propelled the entire global community into a sense of panic and fear.[2,3] Purpose: This research aim...
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Background: Long COVID is described as a persistent, long-term state of poor health following an infection with COVID-19. The effect of Long COVID is multisystemic in nature with a wide array of signs and symptoms. [1,2] Purpose: It is clearly evident that a substantial dearth in information surrounding the SARS-CoV-2 virus and its long-term effect...
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All this time, most scholars prefer to analyze the popular literary works from famous authors, whether of the past and nowadays era, using various brilliant theories and approaches that then create scientific opinion-direct or neither-to strengthen the theories. Then, is it going to happen the same when the author and the researcher are the classma...
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Dear Authors/Professors/Scholars/Enthusiasts, Greetings of the Day! We are pleased to announce that the Volume 6 | Issue 32 | July 2022 has been successfully published and it is now online available for all the readers and enthusiasts of English Literature/ELT/EFL/ESP/EST: https://www.jrspelt.com/archives/volume6/ ==================== CFP: Our next...
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Clear cell carcinoma (CCC) is usually seen in tissues originating from the paramesonephric (Müllerian) ducts such as the kidneys, the ovaries, the cervix and the vagina. The pathogenesis has not yet been elucidated. The diagnostic hallmark is the clear cytoplasm. Primitive CCC of the colon is a very rare entity. There are two types of CCC of the co...
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9811105761 M.A. (English), B.Ed, B.A.(English Hons.), Advance Diploma (French). CTET Certified. A highly motivated and flexible professional with 7 years of experience in the domain of English Literature. Has so far been involved in imparting knowledge of basics of language and vocabulary, classic and modern literature, business communication and p...
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Background and Objectives: Supplementary motor area (SMA) syndrome is a common post-operation complication in intra-axial brain tumors, such as glioma. Direct damage to parenchyma or scarification of the major vessels during an operation are the main causes. However, it is rarely reported as a postoperative complication in extra-axial tumors. Mater...
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ManjulaPadmanabhan's projection of women is analysed in her play Lights Out. She has portrayed the traditional woman, the rebellious woman and the new woman who adopt their situations and act according. In Padmanabhan's play, one can see a steady change in the female character. In other words, the character does not remain the same as she appears i...
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Dalit (untouchable) Literature is a literary works written by Dalit writers about the lives of Dalit and downtrodden masses of the society. Dalit movement arises in the decade of 1950-60s in Indian Writing in English Literature. Especially, Dalit movement arises in Marathi literature of deprived masses is known as ‘Dalit Literature’. The term ‘Dali...
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Immigration is not a new phenomenon in Indian English Literature. The writers of Indian origin have been migrated to the foreign land for the security and economic development purpose. These immigrant writers are trying to escape form the chaotic situation created within country by the particular people. These writers belong to minority community w...
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Introduction: Isolated splenic metastasis emanating from colorectal cancer is an extremely rare finding, which usually indicates widely disseminated and multiple metastatic cancer. There have only been 39 cases of isolated splenic metastasis reported in the English literature to date. Patient concerns: An 84-year-old female patient presented to...
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Osteomas of the maxilla and the mandible are rare, benign, and slow-growing tumors arising from the bone cells. They are more frequently located on the mandible than the maxilla, with mandibular body, angle, and condyle being more frequently affected. The development of a peripheral osteoma at the mandibular ramus is a rare occurrence, and few case...
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English Literature as a subject challenges the traditional notion of accuracy and demands negotiation between teachers and learners. It is a discipline that requires discussion, innovation and enquiry. Therefore, teaching and learning English Literature requires an environment that facilitates and accommodates engaging pedagogies as opposed to clas...
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3 3r rd d I In nt te er rn na at ti io on na al l C Co on nf fe er re en nc ce e o on n A Ap pp pl li ie ed d R Re es se ea ar rc ch h i in n L La an ng gu ua ag ge e S St tu ud di ie es s ABSTRACT The advancement of studies in pragmatics underscores the undeniable role of cultural awareness in expressing various communication functions like speech...
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Anita Nair as a fiction writer continuously writes about women's issues. Her novels take stand against the secondary position of women in society. She has presented a critique of the position I women holds in Indian family and social milieu. Ladies Coupe is her second novel published in 2001. This text is relevant to understand the discourse of soc...
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Objectives The primary objectives were to evaluate Surgical Site Occurrences (SSO) and Surgical Site Occurrences requiring procedural Intervention (SSOPI) after open transversus abdominis release and to study various factors affecting it. Secondary objectives were to evaluate Surgical Site Infections (SSI), recurrence rates and overall complication...
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COVID19 has resulted in the digitalization of teaching and learning process in Pakistan. Online education has become a new need in the wake of the pandemic. Pakistani universities are teaching English literature through online classes. It is believed tha t online teaching causes difficulty in the development of critical understanding of literature...
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Purpose Vascular fenestrations are mostly seen in the arterial system and cerebral vessels, but they can be seen rarely in the venous system. In this article, we aimed to present the first case of left renal vein fenestration, which has not been previously reported in the English literature to the best our knowledge. Methods Computed tomography an...
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Charles Lamb, an English essayist, poet, fiction writer and critic form the Romantic period is best known for his Essays of Elia (1823-1833). He is the supreme essayist in English Literature. Lamb is the true inventor of Essay. In his own style he has woven together into one charming whole the quaintness of the Elizabethan manner, and the clearness...
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Laparoscopic cholecystectomy (LC) is one of the most commonly performed general surgical procedures worldwide. Common bile duct (CBD) injuries are occasionally seen after this procedure and manifest as biliary peritonitis or bile collection; however, retroperitoneal bile leak is an extremely rare phenomenon manifesting as yellow discoloration of th...
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Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is the most common primary hepatic cancer. Although it usually presents as a liver mass, rarely HCC can have an initial presentation at an extrahepatic site before the diagnosis of the primary lesion in the liver. Even rarely was that brain metastasis as initial extrahepatic presentations. Furthermore, the initial pre...
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Purpose: Petroclival meningioma (PM) is a challenging neuro oncology case and stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) is proposed as one treatment option. This systematic review aimed to examine the role of SRS in treating PM cases. Methods: We constructed a systematic review using the PRISMA guidelines using peer-reviewed English literature until 16 Fe...
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Charles Lamb, an English essayist, poet, fiction writer and critic form the Romantic period is best known for his Essays of Elia (1823-1833). He is the supreme essayist in English Literature. Lamb is the true inventor of Essay. In his own style he has woven together into one charming whole the quaintness of the Elizabethan manner, and the clearness...
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Dural arteriovenous fistulas (DAVFs) located within superior sagittal sinus (SSS) wall with direct cortical venous drainage are rare. They are also known as variant DAVF (vDAVF) and form a special subgroup of DAVFs. Their chance of presenting with aggressive features is high compared with transverse sigmoid sinus fistula. They drain directly into c...
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Introduction Melanosis peritonei is an exceptionally benign condition of uncertain origin marked by the deposition of dark pigments on the peritoneal cavity. It's usually associated with other abnormalities and must be differentiated from metastatic melanoma. Case presentation We report this case of a 67-year-old female presented for abdominal dis...
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Background Bilateral parotid gland tumors account for up to 3% of cases. In this group, the vast majority are Warthin’s tumors. However, bilateral presentations of other parotid gland tumor entities is also possible, an example of which is a basal cell adenoma (BCA). Bilateral BCA is extremely rare, which could cause misdiagnosing it as a Warthin t...
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Background Nasal sinus cholesteatomas are uncommon slow-growing lesions that are frequently misdiagnosed preoperatively. They can develop due to embryologic remnants or iatrogenic factors (surgical trauma or nasal sinus trauma). In addition, they can cause bone destruction resulting in intracranial or intraorbital complications as well as malignant...
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The COVID-19 pandemic has had serious implications on educational systems worldwide and, hence, online courses have been organized. It is expected that the use of online learning in higher education promote knowledge sharing among students and the sharing of knowledge result in the improvement of reflective thinking among them. As such, we examined...
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Religious leaders play an important role in increasing religious awareness of the environmental crisis and its solutions. Climate change is the biggest threat to human life, causing direct and indirect impacts on health. Therefore, religious teachings can be used to protect the environment by emphasizing the role and responsibility of humans on the...
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Comics are gateway drug to literacy' (Art Spiegelman) "Research done by professionals in the field and real-life experience of librarians have shown that there is one format that covers a variety of genres, addresses current and relative issues for teens, stimulates the young people's imagination, and engages reluctant readers: graphic novels" (Gor...
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Comics are gateway drug to literacy' (Art Spiegelman) "Research done by professionals in the field and real-life experience of librarians have shown that there is one format that covers a variety of genres, addresses current and relative issues for teens, stimulates the young people's imagination, and engages reluctant readers: graphic novels" (Gor...
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Background: Alopecia Areata (AA) is a common autoimmune disease leading to non-scarring hair loss. Previously, AA had been noted following various vaccinations including influenza virus, hepatitis B virus, herpes zoster virus, human papillomavirus, Japanese encephalitis, and Clostridium tetani. During this pandemic, AA following SARS-CoV-2 vaccine...
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With the continuous development of new media technology, the spiritual needs of the masses have been greatly satisfied and the aesthetic ability has also been significantly improved compared with the past. From the current point of view, “literary works,” as the spiritual food of contemporary people, are promoting social spirit. The use of natural...