Report on the Cryptococcal Meningitis in Patient with Chronic Myeloid Leukemia

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This study aimed to report the case of a female patient with chronic myeloid leukemia affected by cryptococcal meningitis. ML, white, 48 years old, female sex, previously diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukemia that has been refractive to the use of imatinib and who has recently begun using nilotinib, was admitted complaining of sudden and disabling
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Background: The significance of water consumption/dehydration in cancer has not been elucidated to this day. Objective: Review the importance of water in colorectal and bladder cancers. Methods: A critical review of the literature highlighted urinary tract infection and constipation with bladder and colorectal cancers, as they relate with water ingestion. Results: Several disparities were identified.
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A correlation between end tidal carbon dioxide and arterial PCO2 known to be a non- invasive and safe procedure in patients undergoing Coronary artery bypass graft. Forty patients were maintained with normothermia and hypothermia during cardiac surgery in the current study. All patients were operated with midline sternotomy, aortic bicavalcannulation or aortic-right atrium cannulation for
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Total Hip Replacement is one of the most common operations performed in the developed world today. Anincreasingly ageing population means that the numbers of people undergoing this operation is set to rise. There are a numerous number of prosthesis on the market and it is often difficult to choose between them. This paper reviews the
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Different parts of Piliostigma thonningii Scum (Caesalpinioideae) have been used medicinally. The roots and twigs have been used locally in the treatment of dysentery, fever, respiratory ailments, snake bites, hookworm and skin infections in Eastern Nigeria. The leaf extracts have been used for various ethnomedicinal purposes including the treatment of malaria all over Eastern Nigeria.
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The first attempt dared on Dalbergia melanoxylon tissue culture was conducted from 2010 to 2013 in the Botany Laboratory University of Dar es Salaam. A total of 500 seeds were sterilized at different concentration of reagents and inoculated at different strength of the Murashige and Skoog medium for germination to obtain disease free explants for
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Ruta montana L. a herb from the family Rutaceae, is known in Algeria as “mountain rue” or “Fidjel” and has been used in folk medicine as an antioxidant, hypoglycemic, antirhematic, antihelmintic, antiepileptic and antipyretic. The objective of the present study is to evaluate the effect of the aqueous extract of Ruta montana L. on the
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Metosartan induces so many deleterious effects in male Wistar rats treated with drug and RNase. It causes pre maturation of sperms and reduces the sperm count as well as reduces viable sperm count. It induces the x-chromosome desynapsis leading to testicular carcinoma. The effects are so profound in case of drug than compared to the
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This study was aimed at evaluating the microbiological and biochemical content of soymilk produced and sold locally within Calabar metropolis. Samples of soymilk were obtained from five areas in Calabar metropolis namely: Bogobiri, Watt market, Akim barracks, Army barracks and Marian market. Standard microbiological techniques including the pour plate method and relevant biochemical tests were
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Lectin is a protein of non-immunological origin. It is a protein with agglutination properties. They have biological properties that can be exploited for medicinal and therapeutic purposes. The objective of this study was to isolate and characterize lectin activity in Texas Live Oak (Quercus fusiformis). More specifically, the study aimed to determine the lectin’s blood
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