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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...

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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...

Gaucher's disease

Gaucher's (go-SHAYZ) disease occurs when certain harmful fatty substances accumulate to excessive levels in your liver, spleen, lungs, bone marrow and, less commonly, brain. This accumulation of...

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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,...

Picture perfect: Researchers use photos to understand how diabetes affects kids

(University of Florida) If a picture is worth a thousand words, UF Health Type 1 diabetes researchers and their colleagues have tapped into an encyclopedia, revealing new insights into how young peopl...

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?

Medical News Today: Online dating: how does your profile picture affect perceptions of trust?

Enhancing a profile picture on an online dating site may boost attractiveness, but it also influences how trustworthy a person is perceived to be, according to new research.

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...

New genetic clues emerge on origin of Hirschsprung's disease

(Johns Hopkins Medicine) Genetic studies in humans, zebrafish and mice have revealed how two different types of genetic variations team up to cause a rare condition called Hirschsprung's disease. The ...

New genetic clues on origin disease

Genetic studies in humans, zebrafish and mice have revealed how two different types of genetic variations team up to cause a rare condition called Hirschsprung's disease. The findings add to an increa...

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Sacral nerve stimulation for faecal incontinence due to imperforate anus in VATER/VACTERL association.

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...

Prevalence and concordance of human papillomavirus infection at multiple anatomic sites among HIV-infected women from Chennai, India.

Human papillomavirus (HPV) infection at the cervix, anus and oropharynx has been rarely concurrently estimated among HIV-infected women. Using multiplex polymerase chain reaction testing, we prospecti...

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...

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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