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Med Discoveries (ISSN 2993-1142) is an open access journal of science and medicine. The journal publishes articles covering all areas of science and medicine. The open access publication model enables the international readers to read, share, and download the content without subscription. Every article undergoes rigorous peer review and only the accepted/approved articles are published in the journal. The journal focuses on different special issues for greater understanding of the latest research topics in medicine. All the accepted articles are published in PDF & HTML formats. The journal is partnered with CrossRef for registering DOIs to all the published articles. The published articles are permanently archived on this website and get indexed in various national and international databases.

Med Discoveries is an international scientific journal that aims to promote research in all the areas of science and medicine. The journal welcomes manuscripts from authors throughout the year. The aim of the journal is to publish original research articles, reviews, case reports, images and presentations in the areas of science and medicine.

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Med Discoveries is an international scientific journal that aims to promote research in all the areas of science and medicine. Few topics are listed here:

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Med Discoveries tries hard to process manuscripts as thoroughly, and rapidly as possible. Peer reviewer's comments and recommendations are an ...

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Latest Articles

Short Report

Stent-Assisted Coil Embolization of MCA Bifurcation and Literature Review

Xiao-Dong Wang*

Coil embolization of aneurysms, after more than 20 years of clinical practice shows that several conditions must be met: 1. After the necessary interval, the entire aneurysm can achieve and maintain effective hemostasis.

Case Report

A Case Study of Comorbid Psychogenic Non-Epileptic Seizures and Epileptic Seizures in an Adolescent Female with Depression

He Yangliuqing; Liang Fenrong; Wang Yiming*; Wei Yuhan; Ma Tianpei

Among patients with Psychogenic Non-Epileptic Seizures (PNES), about 10% to 30% have epilepsy, which brings some difficulties in diagnosis. Usually, psychogenic non-epileptic seizures and epileptic seizures occur independently at different points in time, and their performance is similar, but rarely seizures can occur several times in a row.

Review Article

Counseling for Diabetes

Michael F Shaughnessy*; James Devlin

Individuals who have been diagnosed with either Type I or Type II diabetes face a number of emotional challenge. Children and adolescents are faced with self-monitoring and trips to the local physician and adults are faced with dietary and self-medication challenges. This paper explores some of the issues faced by counselors who work with children/adolescents and adults with diabetes.

Research Article

Photoluminescence of L-Valine Irradiated with Small Doses

Yu А Bandurin*; Yu V Fedurtsja; А V Rusin; Sh B Molnar; О Yu Bandurin

The measurement technique and the results obtained by optical spectroscopy during excitation of L-valine molecules by photons described. The photoluminescence spectra of L-valine studied in the wavelength range 400-700 nm during excitation by photons of different energies 3.26-4.51 eV.

Review Article

Investigating Microbial Dynamics and Bacterial Vaginosis Susceptibility in Women who have Sex with Women

Julia Vinagolu-Baur; Kelly Frasier; Vivian Li; Darianne Zimmer; Abigail Zimmer; Michelle Sobotka

Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) remains a prevalent gynecologic health concern, with emerging research indicating a potential association between women who have sex with women (WSW) and an increased susceptibility to BV infections.


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Division of AIDS National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases National Institutes of Health, United States

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Lyn Stein

Department of Psychology University of Rhode Island, United States

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Marina Charitou

Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine Department of Endocrinology SUNY Stony Brook Medicine, United States

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Yoshiya Toyoda

Professor of Surgery Vice Chief, Cardiovascular Surgery Temple University School of Medicine, United States

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Robert A. Sikorski

Assistant Professor Department of Anesthesiology University of Maryland, United States

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Charles Stephen Foster

Founder and President Massachusetts Eye Research and Surgery Institution (MERSI) Ocular Immunology & Uveitis Foundation Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology and Immunology Harvard Medical School,

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Miguel A Materin

Director, Department of Ophthalmology & Visual Science Yale University, Ocular Oncology Section , USA Yale University, United States

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Maurizio Chiriva-Internati

Director of the Basic and Translational research, Division of Hematology and Oncology Texas Tech University, United States