The  discipline  of  Morbid  Anatomy  or  Anatomical  Pathology  is  a  bridge  between  the  basic  medical sciences  and  the  clinical  sciences [1]. It  is  clinico-pathologic  discipline  which  deals  with  the identification  of  lesions,  interpreting  them  correctly  at  the  macroscopic  and  microscopic  levels  and relating them appropriately to known diseases within the context of the index patient[2].Lesions
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Background: Men are known to have prostate glands but not women. The thought of prostate gland occurring in the female genital tract in women would be petrifying to all clinicians and people who are not aware of  its biological  behavior. Ectopic prostate in the uterine cervix (EPIUC) and the female genital tract (FGT) is very
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Introduction: Forensic anthropology is a branch of physical anthropology which interacts with other disciplines pertaining to the understanding of crime and its investigations. Many human features have been  used  to  estimate  stature  from  skeletal  remains  and  body  parts  owing  to  the  established relationship between stature and different parts of the body. Aims: The study was
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Introduction: In central nervous system (CNS), oligodendrocytes form myelin. In peripheral nervous system large proportions of axons are unmyelinated, instead they are ensheathed by non myelinating schwann cells  and  arranged  in  Remak  bundles.  Osmotic  demyelination  (ODS)  syndrome  is  a neurologic disorder that can occur after rapid correction of hyponatremia. Acute hypernatremia results in  sudden  shrinkage 
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Background: Biobanking today plays a key tool in biomedical research. Establishment and proper running of biobanks in developing countries is confronted with a number of challenges of legal, ethical, and financial nature. Considering that there are no guidelines or regulations to control biobanking in Egypt;  major  ethical  issues  arise  and  are  often  managed  by  research 
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Introduction: Arterial  stiffness  is  an  emerging  field  of  interest  in  atherosclerosis. Patients  with systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) are predisposed to have premature atherosclerosis. Aims: To compare the arterial stiffness among patients with SLE and non-SLE controls. The study also compared arterial stiffness among SLE patients in relation to disease activity (SLEDAI) and end organ damage
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Ozone is a very reactive gas and is toxic for the respiratory system but, under precise rules, it can be therapeutically useful  for  human  disease  with  a  chronic  oxidative  stress.  Ozone  is  an  extremely versatile  drug  and  the  therapeutic  range  has  been  precisely  defined  to  exclude  acute  and  chronic toxicity.  It  is  remarkable  that  the 
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Newer mechanisms of action of Acetyl Salicylic acid have been discovered in proresolving pathway of various disorders. Omega 3 fatty acids are also involved in the synthesis of resolvins via an aspirin triggered pathway. The  present  review  aims  to  discuss  the  role  of  recently  discovered  aspirin triggered lipoxins, resolvins, protectins, maresins in understanding the pathophysiology
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Introduction: Cytology  is  a  simple,  fast,  low  cost,  minimally  invasive  and  sensitive  technique  for evaluating  cells  sampled  from  lesions  in  the  body. Cytology  also  has  the  peculiar  advantages  of minimal invasiveness, low cost and speed. It is an aspect of pathology service at its fledgling stage in most institutions in sub-Saharan African countries. Aims: This 
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