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Volume 1 (2022)

Case Report

A Rare Case of Testicular Seminoma with Unique Histomorphological Features

Leishangthem Anita

Seminomas are the most common testicular Germ Cell Tumors (GCT) accounting for almost 50% of all testicular GCT with a median age of presentation in the 5th decade [1,2]. Seminomas are believed to arise from Germ Cell Neoplasia In Situ(GCNIS) which rarely occurs in the pre pubertal age. After puberty the transformed germ cells can either progress to Seminoma or other non seminoma tumors as a result of gain ...

Research Article

Impact of patient counselling on quality of life in patients under treatment with sublingual immunotherapy with house dust mite allergen

Amruthesh N*; Faisal Ahmed Mohammed; Fatima Syed Khaja Naseeruddin; Mohamad Fabil; Shobha Rani R Hiremath; Prema latha; Nagendra Prasad; Paranjothy Kanni

An allergy is an exaggerated immune response by human immune system on exposure to certain foreign harmless substance. Sublingual Immunotherapy (SLIT) is a newer form of treating house dust mite allergy that is promising for a permanent cure. The Quality of Life (QoL) in patients on SLIT is a highly significant consideration for therapy continuity & ultimately the cure from allergy. Patient counselling plays a major role in patients on SLIT as it improves ...

Review Article

Recent insights on cockroach allergy disorders, diagnosis and management strategies

Leishangthem Anita*; Venkatesh DP; Roopa Karki; Paranjothy Kanni; Nagendra Prasand Komarla

Globally there has been a rise in allergy conditions, posing significant health as well as a financial burden. The effectiveness of environmental treatments aimed at minimising exposure to cockroach allergen has given contradictory outcomes. Hence, this review aims to expedite an informative account of allergy disorders associated with cockroaches, diagnosis ...

Short Commentary

Do you know how important the tetanus vaccine?

Anjan kumar Gaddala

Everyone has experienced muscle creams and the occasional cramps and other unexplained pains that come with it. Now, imagine every single muscle in your body undergoing cream for weeks, sometimes with enough force to break a bone and pull a tendon from its original place! If you don't get treatment ...

Clinical Image

Atypical presentation of cutaneous lymphoma

Luciano Zogbi*; Pamella Folador Romeu; Simone Heckler de Lima; Fabiano Rodilei Vendrasco; Aline Kosinski; Sabrina Gehrke; Camila Juliano

A 74-year-old Caucasian man presented to a local clinic with an exudative ulcerous process in the medial region of the left leg, measuring about 2 cm. He reported that this lesion had appeared 20 days before, initially presenting as a purplish, painless, slightly itchy nodule that evolved over the weeks to ulceration with active bleeding and elaboration of pus. The initial treatment consisted of applying dressings without any improvement in the condition. ...

Short Commentary

Improved polyethylene terephthalate shield and the mitigation of COVID-19 aerosols during airway manipulation

Norihiro Sakai, MD, EDRA; Junko Yoshida, MD; Sakura Kinjo, MD

We continue to encounter on a daily basis, a significant number of patients with, or suspected of having a COVID-19 infection. It is important therefore to take proper steps to avoid viral transmission during airway manipulation. During this pandemic, different types of protective devices have been introduced to mitigate exposure to droplets and aerosols from a patient's airway. In this paper, we describe an intubation shield made from polyethylene terephthalate ...