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Long Term Prevention and Vector Control of Arboviral Diseases: What does the future hold?

Arboviral diseases are a global growing problem due to climate change, urbanization, population density, global transportation. However, new technologies currently being developed in research labs are expected to play a relevant role in combatting arboviral diseases in the future, reducing the health and economic burden imposed by these diseases.


Anti- Seropositivity in the Patients with Eye Diseases in Ophthalmology Clinics in Tehran, Iran.

Eye diseases, including, Uveitis, inflammation of the retina, and choroid are caused by different agents in humans and has a variety of anterior medial and posterior types. The agent of eye diseases is very different from simple bacterial to acute viral, fungal and parasitic infection. There is limited information regarding the type of eye diseases and .

Neuropathy of Connective Tissue Diseases and Other Systemic Diseases.

Peripheral neuropathy is associated with numerous systemic diseases. It is often the heralding finding, which can lead to earlier diagnoses and better outcomes. An understanding of the epidemiology and clinical features of these diseases is paramount to their diagnosis and management. This article will focus on neuropathy associated with connective tissue diseases, monoclonal gammopathies, paraneoplastic disorders, medications including chemotherapeutic agents, nutritional deficiencies, alcohol, and toxins.


Non-Communicable Diseases: Yet Another Challenge for HIV Treatment and Care in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Prevention and control of oral diseases via "Common Risk Factor Approach".

People are generally more aware of infectious diseases, cardiovascular diseases, trauma and other fatal diseases rather than oral diseases. In fact, the oral disease as a whole is ranked the third among the chronic diseases of human beings. There have been accumulating evidences that oral health plays a significant role in general health and quality of life. There is a wide recognition that oral health shares common risky/pathogenic factors with other Non-Communicable Diseases (NCD). Oral microorganisms may...

TeleMedicine Based Infectious Diseases: Outcomes and Impact.

Career Prospects for Young Physicians in Infectious Diseases.

Infectious Diseases are a cross-sectional area connected to various medical disciplines and offer interested physicians multiple working opportunities. The spectrum of infectious diseases covers both out- and inpatient care as well as basic, clinical and epidemiological research. The need for infectious diseases specialists is increasing, thus career prospects are promising. Working conditions in infectious diseases are comparatively family-friendly. With this article we intend to arouse interest for workin...

Career Prospects for Young Physicians in Infectious Diseases.

Infectious Diseases are a cross-sectional area connected to various medical disciplines and offer interested physicians multiple working opportunities. The spectrum of infectious diseases covers both out- and inpatient care as well as basic, clinical and epidemiological research. The need for infectious diseases specialists is increasing, thus career prospects are promising. Working conditions in infectious diseases are comparatively family-friendly. With this article we intend to arouse interest for workin...

A human-on-a-chip approach to tackling rare diseases.

Drug development for rare diseases, classified as diseases with a prevalence of

Effects of childhood psychological trauma on rheumatic diseases.

The etiology of rheumatic diseases is unclear, but it is thought that environmental factors added to immunogenetic mechanisms in chronic inflammatory diseases play a role. Many inflammatory disorders, autoimmune diseases, and painful conditions have been shown to be associated with the psychological trauma of childhood. The aim of the present study was to investigate childhood psychological trauma that is considered to be one of the environmental factors that initiate inflammation on patients with rheumatic...

Urban-associated diseases: Candidate diseases, environmental risk factors, and a path forward.

Cities are home to over half the global population; that proportion is expected to rise to 70% by mid-century. The urban environment differs greatly from that in which humans evolved, with potentially important consequences for health. Rates for allergic, inflammatory and auto-immune diseases appear to rise with urbanization and be higher in the more urbanized nations of the world which has led some to suggest that cities promote the occurrence of these diseases. However, there are no syntheses outlining wh...

Noncompletion and nonpublication of trials studying rare diseases: A cross-sectional analysis.

Rare diseases affect as many as 60 million people in the United States and Europe. However, most rare diseases lack effective therapies and are in critical need of clinical research. Our objective was to determine the frequency of noncompletion and nonpublication of trials studying rare diseases.

The epidemiology of 32 selected communicable diseases in Iraq, 2004-2016.

The 2003 invasion of Iraq significantly undermined population health. However, there is a lack of understanding of how it has undermined communicable disease control. We assessed incidence trend of 32 communicable diseases in post-conflict Iraq.

Occupational Diseases in General Practice.

This article shows an overview of occupational diseases. You can find a lot of these diseases in family practice. For treatment of occupational diseases specialists can be consulted. It is a big challenge to detect diseases caused by work influence. This is what you should do: inquire specifically about newly diagnosed illness after work. Ask about the current occupation and previous occupational activities. Already report the suspicion of an occupational disease to the competent authority. For every occupa...

Clinical Application of Metabolomics in Pancreatic Diseases: A Mini-Review.

Metabolomics is a powerful new analytical method to describe the set of metabolites within cellular tissue and bodily fluids. Metabonomics can uncover detailed information about metabolic changes in organisms. The morphology of these metabolites represents the metabolic processes that occur in cells, such as anabolism, catabolism, inhomogeneous natural absorption and metabolism, detoxification, and metabolism of biomass energy. Because the metabolites of different diseases are different, the specificity of ...

Takotsubo Syndrome and Inflammatory Bowel Diseases: Does a Link Exist?

Takotsubo syndrome (TTS) is an acute cardiac dysfunction in the absence of viral causes or obstructive coronary disease completely reversible within 4-8 weeks. Inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) are a group of diseases caused by the interaction between immune system, genetic, and environmental factors against intestinal mucosa. Both these syndromes are characterized by complex mechanisms involving endothelial dysfunction and affective disorders.

Comparison of vascular-related diseases in their associations with carotid femoral pulse wave velocity: from the Beijing Vascular Disease Patients Evaluation Study (BEST Study).

Carotid femoral pulse wave velocity (CF-PWV) is associated with vascular-related diseases. However, this association has rarely been compared in the same study population, which would improve our understanding of the role of these diseases in developing arteriosclerosis. This study was designed to assess arterial function in different vascular-related diseases and the potential interrelationships between these diseases and arteriosclerosis.

Introduction: One health and emerging infectious diseases.

Those infectious diseases that have increased in the past two decades or that threaten to emerge are considered emerging infectious diseases. Many of these diseases are acquired through contact with plants, insects and animals. "One health" acknowledges the interconnectedness of environment, plant, animal and human health. The introduction to this issue of Seminars in Diagnostic Pathology gives the definition of emerging and reemerging infectious diseases, explores the concept of "One Health", explains the ...

Classic Findings, Mimickers, and Distinguishing Features in Primary Blistering Skin Disease.

Blistering diseases comprise a large group of clinically polymorphic and sometimes devastating diseases. During the past few decades, we have developed an elegant understanding of the broad variety of blistering diseases and the specific histopathologic mechanism of each.

Intestinal microbiota: relationship to age-associated diseases (review of literature).

In connection with the increase in life expectancy, the number of people of older age groups is increasing, and with it the age of associated diseases, which are of tremendous medical and social importance. Such diseases include Alzheimer's disease, osteoporosis, sarcopenia, atherosclerosis and other cardiovascular pathology. The role of the gut microbiota in the pathogenesis of these nosologies is widely discussed in the literature. In addition, a number of studies have shown the effectiveness of the use o...

Out-of-pocket health spending among Medicare beneficiaries: Which chronic diseases are most costly?

Little is known about the impact of different types of chronic diseases on older adults' out-of-pocket healthcare spending and whether certain diseases trigger higher spending needs than others.

Burden of non-tuberculous mycobacterial diseases in Saudi Arabian children: The first nationwide experience.

Non-tuberculous mycobacteria (NTM) causing pulmonary and extra-pulmonary diseases are increasing worldwide. A large paucity of data related to pediatric NTM diseases exists globally and particularly in Saudi Arabia.

Aspects of nutrition for prevention and treatment of chronic neurological diseases.

Chronic neurodegenerative and neuroinflammatory diseases, such as idiopathic Parkinson's syndrome, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and multiple sclerosis, represent a therapeutic challenge. Their pathophysiology is not well understood and a cure for any of these diseases is not possible. Over the past decades lifestyle and nutritional habits in modern industrial nations have changed and evidence is increasing that the prevalence of chronic diseases as well their clinical presentation are also changing. Epid...

Prevalence of Rheumatic Diseases and Quality of Life in the Saraguro Indigenous People, Ecuador: A Cross-sectional Community-Based Study.

Rheumatic diseases are more prevalent and aggressive in indigenous population groups, providing medical attention for which poses a challenge for the rheumatologist.

"A Battle You Would Never Choose to Fight": The Management of Neurodegenerative Diseases as a Societal Challenge.


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