Case Report: Osteolysis of unknown origin

Case Report: Osteolysis of unknown origin

Sarcoidosis is a granulomatous disease that may affect any organ of the body. Localisation of the disease and clinical manifestations are highly variable between affected patients.

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Research Article: Which Vitamin D in CKD-MBD? The Time of Burning Questions

Research Article: Which Vitamin D in CKD-MBD? The Time of Burning Questions

The rationale for the prescription of vitamin D sterols in chronic kidney disease (CKD) is rapidly increasing due to the coexistence of growing expectancies close to unsatisfactory evidences.

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Research Article: Tuberculous Dactylitis – An Uncommon Presentation of a Common Infection

Research Article: Tuberculous Dactylitis – An Uncommon Presentation of a Common Infection

Tuberculous dactylitis is an unusual form of osteoarticular tuberculosis involving the short tubular bones of hands and feet, which is uncommon beyond 6 years of age. Case presentation and history:

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Research Article: Prosthetic Valve Replacement in Indigents with Rheumatic Heart Disease

Research Article: Prosthetic Valve Replacement in Indigents with Rheumatic Heart Disease

Biprosthetic valves despite higher structural failure rate may be best suited especially in child bearing age females and the late complications in survivors were primarily anticoagulant related.

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Research Article: Utility and threshold values of Ankle-brachial pressure index (ABPI) in identification of peripheral arterial disease

Research Article: Utility and threshold values of Ankle-brachial pressure index (ABPI) in identification of peripheral arterial disease

This study investigated the utility of ABPI as a non-invasive method for identification of peripheral artery disease (PAD); and demonstrated 0.89 as the ABPI cutoff value for PAD identification.

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Research Article: Why Do Physicians Diagnose Gout in Young Adults with Perfect Kidney Function!!

Research Article: Why Do Physicians Diagnose Gout in Young Adults with Perfect Kidney Function!!

Detection of high levels of uric acid in young adults should not be considered as risk factor of pre-gouty illness unless kidney function is examined and association of H. Pylori is excluded by specific tests.

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