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Ultrasonographic Examination Of The Forelimb Joint Regions In Normal 1- To 2-Month-Old Holstein Calves: OAJBS Publishers

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Ultrasonographic Examination Of The Forelimb Joint Regions In Normal 1- To 2-Month-Old Holstein Calves by Marion Fusellier* in Open Access Journal of Biomedical Science (OAJBS)



Many studies have described the normal and pathologic ultrasonographic appearance of the musculoskeletal system in cattle. However, these previous studies present few images and descriptions of the aspect of this system in calves. The aim of this anatomic study was to describe the normal ultrasonographic examination of the forelimb joints in 1- to 2-month-old Holstein calves, as well as to present the techniques used to acquire the images. The joint regions of the forelimbs of four cadaver calves were studied. Six forelimbs were evaluated by ultrasonography using a 13.0MHz linear transducer. The images acquired were compared with those acquired with other imaging techniques (six forelimbs were x-rayed, three forelimbs were scanned using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)) and compared with anatomical pieces (one f…

Codon 249 P53 Gene Mutation Among Hepatocellular Carcinoma Patients In Western Kenya: OAJBS Publishers

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Codon 249 P53 Gene Mutation Among Hepatocellular Carcinoma Patients In Western Kenya by Colins O Oduma* in Open Access Journal of Biomedical Science (OAJBS)



Alteration(s) on P53 gene adversely affects their regulatory functions resulting to cancers. To our knowledge, no previous studies have analyzed mutation in codon 249 of P53 gene in hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) patients in Kenyan population. In our study, we investigated for these mutations in HCC patients presenting with stage one cancer in the Kenyan population.


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Rapid Restoration Of Immunity Using The Molecular Method Of Bio-Cybernetic Clavi-Therapy: OAJBS Publishers

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Rapid Restoration Of Immunity Using The Molecular Method Of Bio-Cybernetic Clavi-Therapy by Ferdynand Barbasiewicz* in Open Access Journal of Biomedical Science (OAJBS)



Chronic infections with edema lead to activation of destructive psychosomatic mechanisms whereas painkillers administered over several days worsen the restricted circulation of blood within the infected venules. If the infection and swelling area involves the second or the third branch of the trigeminal nerve, enzyme metabolic function may be impaired at sub molecular level due to insufficient blood supply. This leads to the failure of aggregation of peripheral blood interferons acting as bio-cybernetic mediators responsible for subsequent aggregation of lipids, cytokines, endorphins, and other molecular complements making up the myelin sheath into the oligodendrocyte loss zone.


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Case Of Giant Condyloma Acuminatum Of Buschke- Löwenstein: OAJBS Publishers

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Case Of Giant Condyloma Acuminatum Of Buschke- Löwensteinby Selma Benkirane* in Open Access Journal of Biomedical Science (OAJBS)



An 89-year-old patient, does not report the notion of unprotected sexual intercourse, treated for years by touching with trichloroacetic acid for genital warts, presenting a budding mass extending from the pubis to the glans evolving for 2 years. Clinical examination revealed an exophytic budding ulcerating 7 cm tumor, papillomatous in perineal cauliflower with damage to part of the glans, fetid and painless (Figure 1). Dermoscopic examination showed a papillomatous appearance, keratin, and polymorphic vascularity surrounded by whitish halos (Figure 2). The lymph nodes were free. The HIV, syphilitic and hepatitis B and C serologies were negative. The histological examination of a biopsy sample revealed an epitheliomatous hyperplasia made of an acanthosic, papillomatous malpighian coating, overcome by a parakeratotic hyperkeratosis with presence of koilocyte,…

Biological Activity And Applications Of Pyocyanin Produced By Pseudomonas Aeruginosa: OAJBS Publishers

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Biological Activity And Applications Of Pyocyanin Produced By Pseudomonas Aeruginosaby Diaa A Marrez* in Open Access Journal of Biomedical Science (OAJBS)



There is growing interest in microbial pigments due to their natural character, safe to use, medicinal properties and rich in nutrients like vitamins. Production of these pigments is independent of season and geographical condition. Moreover, microbial pigments can be produced from waste material reducing water and environmental pollutions. Pseudomonas aeruginosa produce a wide variety of pigments as secondary metabolites, which play an important role in interactions between Pseudomonas species and other organisms.


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Major Aphthosis And Macrocheilite, Think About Crohn Diseases: OAJBS Publishers

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Major Aphthosis And Macrocheilite, Think About Crohn Diseases by Mounia Bennani* in Open Access Journal of Biomedical Science (OAJBS)



Orofacial lesion is found in 8-9% of Crohn’s disease (CD) and they are considered as contiguous lesions in the general CD cutaneous disease, we report the case of a young man of 28 years, who presents during a push of his Crohn’s disease a macrocheilitis associated with extensive buccal aphtosis in general CD cutaneous disease. Crohn’s disease; Oral granulomatosis; Macrochelitis; Major aphtosis.


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