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Squamous cell cancer of the anus and vulva

Crohns Disease

Crohns Disease is a chronic inflammatory disease, affecting the whole of the alimentary tract from mouth to anus, and all layers of the gut wall. The most commonly affected sites are the terminal il...

Huntington's Disease

Huntington's disease is a hereditary disease caused by a defect in a single gene on Chromosome 4 that is inherited in an autosomal dominant fashion. The defect causes a part of DNA, called a CAG...

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Uveitis

There are many different types of Uveitis. This is because: * The Uvea is made up of different parts. So if the iris is affected, the condition and its treatment could be totally different to when...

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The Next Frontier for Protein Crystallization

When working to solve a puzzle, it is often beneficial to study the picture on the box before dumping the pieces onto the table to assemble the puzzle. The same approach, looking at the picture first,...

Rectal prolapse

Dropping down of the rectum outside the anus.

The Bigger Picture Campaign Brings Attention to Type 2 Diabetes Bringing a Giant Diabetes Soda Can to Thurgood Marshall High School During Lunch Hour

SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --  WHAT: The Bigger Picture will raise awareness of Type 2 Diabetes at Thurgood Marshall High School in San Francisco using a giant coke can...

Cellular sequencing technology provides deeper look at mitochondrial inherited disease risk

A new sequencing technique may provide a clearer picture of how genes in mitochondria, the "powerhouses" that turn sugar into energy in human cells, shape each person's inherited risk for diabetes, he...

Management of a 53-Year-Old Anal Cancer Patient

A 53-year-old man treated for squamous cell carcinoma of the anus presents 4 weeks post-treatment with a 2-cm anal mass. What is the most appropriate next step in his management?

RCN questions 'positive picture' painted by NHS Scotland annual report

The positive picture painted by NHS leaders in Scotland is hard to “reconcile” with the experiences of nursing staff under pressure at the frontline, according to the Royal College of Nursing.

Cell powerhouse sequencing technology provides deeper look at inherited disease risk

A new sequencing technique may provide a clearer picture of how genes in mitochondria, the "powerhouses" that turn sugar into energy in human cells, shape each person's inherited risk for diabetes, he...

Study of “Acupressure” for Constipation

A recent study  in the Journal of Internal Medicine evaluated a treatment for constipation.  It tested whether training patients to massage the perineum (the area between the vagina or scrotum and t...

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An accessory limb with an imperforate anus.

Congenital accessory limbs are very rare anomalies with many causative factors. We describe the case of a 1-day-old female neonate-born to a healthy, 27-year-old mother-who presented with an accessory...

The Importance of Pericentric Inversions in the Karyotypic Diversification of the Species Loricariichthys Anus and Loricariichthys Platymetopon.

Abstract Catfishes of the genus Loricariichthys are widely distributed in the Platina Basin. Considering that the cytogenetic knowledge of Loricariichythys is underestimated, this study assessed Loric...

Postoperative Megarectum in an Adult Patient with Imperforate Anus and Rectourethral Fistula.

This report presents a surgical case of postoperative megarectum in an adult patient with imperforate anus/anorectal malformations. A 71-year-old Japanese male presented with a mass in the lower abdom...

Getting the Picture: Iconicity Does Not Affect Representation-Referent Confusion.

Three experiments examined 3- to 5-year-olds' (N = 428) understanding of the relationship between pictorial iconicity (photograph, colored drawing, schematic drawing) and the real world referent. ...

Unusual presentation of a rectovestibular fistula as gastrointestinal hemorrhage in a postmenopausal woman.

Background. Anorectal malformations (ARMs) are extremely rare and are usually identified neonatally. It is unusual for these cases to present in the postmenopausal period. This case report describes a...

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