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Malaria – a continuous challenge

Abstract: Malaria, whose history is almost as old as humanity’s itself, constitutes a permanent challenge and reason of concern for the medical community. The involvement of the fifth pla.. read more..

Triple therapy in HCV chronic hepatitis

Abstract: As chronic HVC infection is one of the most common infections worldwide, with significant impact on morbidity and mortality, it is important to study the possible curative treatmen.. read more..

Breast cancer incidence and treatment

Abstract: Breast cancer is a topical issue in oncology due to the fact that illness frequency is maintained at a high level and evolution is especially severe in advanced stages. Reducing mo.. read more..

Treatment of hepatitis C in children

Abstract: Chronic hepatitis C represents a worldwide viral epidemic. Children represent only a small proportion of the hepatitis C virus (HCV)-infected population. The natural course of hepa.. read more..

Cerebral palsy management

Abstract: At this moment there are no treatment guidelines for cerebral palsy, and also no treatment for the brain lesion that leads to characteristic motor dysfunctions. Therefore the thera.. read more..

Palliative care in AIDS cases

Abstract: Terminal stages of AIDS must benefit from special attention and care for both patients and their relatives. Objectives. Establishing a team and protocols of palliative care for the.. read more..

Colorectal adenosquamous carcinoma

Abstract: Adenosquamous carcinoma (AdSqCa) is a rare aggressive subtype of colorectal carcinoma with interesting issues concerning histogenesis, prognosis and appropriate management. We anal.. read more..

Calcium needs in childhood

Abstract: Childhood is defined as a dynamic growth process with a variable rate depending on age. Estimations state that osseous mass grows 7 times from birth to puberty. The calcium needs f.. read more..

The Disseminated Kaposi Sarcoma

Abstract: Kaposi sarcoma, a vascular proliferate malignant disease (a malignant, multi-focal systemic disease that originates from the vascular endothelium), associated with the HIV infectio.. read more..

Candidal endocarditis

Abstract: Candidal endocarditis is an inflammatory and proliferative disease of the endocardium that mainly affects valvular structures. Fungal aetiology is uncommon and appears less frequen.. read more..

Tricuspidal staphylococcal endocarditis

Abstract: Infective endocarditis (IE), relatively uncommon disease could have a clinical presentation of sepsis and could be a clinical and therapeutic challenge. The tricuspid valve rarely .. read more..

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