The demographic statistics indicate that, with the industrial development and the advances in the medical field, the average life of the population has started to increase significantly; consequently, the needs of treatments in...
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Alpha-Lipoic Acid as a Means of Influence on Systemic Inflammation in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Patients with Prior Myocardial Infarction
Patients with combined coronary heart disease and diabetes mellitus make up a growing segment of the population and require a comprehensive treatment approach. Patients with concurrent diabetes mellitus and coronary heart...
The Clinico-Epidemiological Profile of Patients with Gonorrhoea and Challenges in the Management of Neisseria gonorrhoeae Infection in an STI clinic, Ternopil, Ukraine (2013-2018)
Gonorrhea is the second most common sexually transmitted infection spreading worldwide and a serious public health problem. However, further data are required to improve the management of gonorrhea. Our aim was to review the...
Migraine pathophysiology and sleep share common neural pathways, and there are clinical as well as paraclinical observations, which lead to the hypothesis of an association between migraine and sleep disorders. The objective of...
Assessment of Cortical Auditory Function Using Electrophysiological and Neuropsychological Measurements in Children with Bone-Anchored Hearing Aids
Children suffering from conductive or mixed hearing loss may benefit from a bone-anchored hearing aid system (BAHA Attract implantable prosthesis). After audiological rehabilitation, different aspects of development are...
Localization of Impacted Canines – A Comparative Study of Computed Tomography and Orthopantomography
Our aim was to evaluate the location of impacted canines and their proximity to the lateral and central incisor to assess the prognosis of the impacted canine and compare the reliability of 2D versus 3D imaging solutions. We...
Perspectives on Using Platelet-Rich Plasma and Platelet-Rich Fibrin for Managing Patients with Critical Lower Limb Ischemia After Partial Foot Amputation
The problem of lower limb preservation with symptoms of critical ischemia, resulting in necrosis of the distal foot portion, remains open. These cases require solving few tactical questions, such as the primary revascularization...
Misleading Epidemiological and Statistical Evidence in the Presence of Simpson’s Paradox: An Illustrative Study Using Simulated Scenarios of Observational Study Designs
This study empirically illustrates the mechanism by which epidemiological effect measures and statistical evidence can be misleading in the presence of Simpson’s paradox and identify possible alternative methods of...
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