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Nuclear medicine

PET/CT Ties Ischemia Risk to Artery Inflammation

The study find that PET/CT images are offering evidence of a link between vascular patterns at the time of diagnosis for giant cell arteritis and a patient’s risk of an ischemic event; therefore Spanish researchers explain in a study publish online on 12 May in the European Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging. Because…

Body

Health Risks Of Steroid Abuse In Pursuit Of The Body Beautiful

Men continue to abuse steroids despite knowing that they have serious; life limiting and potentially lethal side effects, according to findings to be present in Lyon; hence at the European Society of Endocrinology annual meeting, ECE 2019. The study findings indicate that men using anabolic steroids to improve strength and physical performance are often aware…

Asthma Treatment

Inhaled Steroids Consider As Standard For Asthma Treatment

Study of patients with mild persistent asthma find that inhaled steroids long consider the gold standard for asthma treatment were no more effective than placebo in nearly three fourths of the study patients, all over age 12. Inhale steroids were better than placebo for a subset of the patients who had high levels of a…

General surgery

Surgery Improve Type 2 Diabetes, Blood Pressure

Surgery (from the Greek: χειρουργική cheirourgikē, via Latin: chirurgiae; meaning “hand work”) is a medical specialty that uses operative manual and instrumental techniques on a patient to investigate and/or treat a pathological condition such as disease or injury; to help improve bodily function or appearance, or sometimes for some other reason. An act of performing surgery  call a surgical…

Vaccination

Canonical Path Can Guide Vaccination Strategies

A country’s progress towards measles elimination can be mapping on a “canonical path”; that in turn can guide vaccination strategies; according to a study from scientists at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. The researchers found that the trajectory countries; follow to eliminating measles is driven by their birth rate and vaccination coverage.…

Children's Life

Common ENT Disorders Which Effects The Children’s Life

Children between the ages of six months and two years old are more prone to ear and nose infections than older children’s Life and adults because of their undeveloped immune system to fight common viruses and bacteria. Children’s ENT ailments can range from colds and flu to allergies and ear aches. Ear, nose and throat…

Maternity and child health

Mothers With Higher Quality Diets Have Slimmer

The study find that Obesity is a growing problem among toddlers, children and adolescents in the United States. Gaining weight and fat mass rapidly during the first six months of life is one risk factor that can lead to obesity in children. The National Diet of Japan  is Japan’s bicameral legislature. It is compose of…

Ophthalmology

View on How Retinal Cells in Mammals Process Light

The new experiments with mouse eye tissues strongly suggest that a longstanding “textbook concept” about the way a mammal’s retina processes light needs a rewrite. The enduring concept took root more ;than 30 years ago when researchers doing experiments in frog retinas find that when a single particle of light; known as a photon; is…

Medical genetics

Gene linked to rare progressive brain disease

The study find  that a group of mutations in a gene previously linked only to a rare progressive brain disease has been discovered by an international team co-led by Saudi investigators. Because The disorder congenital hypotonia, epilepsy, developmental delay, digit abnormalities; or CHEDDA is characterized by intellectual disability; reduced muscle tone and facial abnormalities. Progressive…

Leprosy in Nepal

Millions of Cases of Nepal’s Hidden Leprosy

Almost two decades ago the World Health Organization declared leprosy eliminated, but millions of cases go undiagnosed. One summer’s morning Paniya Sardar noticed a strange mark on her leg. It was the size of her palm, light in color and feeling numb to touch. She had no idea what had caused it. The family took…

Vital Signs Of Body

Vital Signs Of Body Can Now Be Monitored Using Radar

A radar system developed at the University of Waterloo can wirelessly monitor the vital signs of patients; but eliminating the need to hook them up to any machines. Housed in a device smaller than a cellphone, the new technology records heart and breathing rates using sensitive radar waves; but that are analyzing by sophisticated algorithms…

Alzheimer's Research

Machine Learning Tool Immensely Scales UIp Alzheimer’s Research

Researchers at UC Davis and UC San Francisco have found a way to teach a computer to precisely detect; one of the hallmarks of Alzheimer’s disease in human brain tissue; delivering a proof of concept for a machine-learning approach to distinguishing critical markers of the disease. Amyloid plaques are clumps of protein fragments in the…