A 18-year-old male patient presented with a history of painless, progressive swelling on the left side of the face of 3 months duration. On examination, fullness along the right lateral orbital rim with ptosis (especially laterally) Ocular movement was normal. His BCVA was 6/6 in both eyes. ]. A firm, non-tender mass was palpated in the temporal orbit. There was no associated discharge or redness, and the mass was not warm or fluctuant. Slit lamp, fundus and intraocular pressure evaluations were normal in both eyes.
∬Pranavahe dwe tayormoolam hridayam rasavahinyaschya (pranvahinyashchya)dhamanya:∬ su.sha.9/12 ∬ tara pranavahanam srotasam hridayam moolam mahasrotasam ch∬ ∬Rasavahanam srotasam hridayama moolam dasha cha dhamanya ∬ cha.Vi. 5/7 Sharir Rachana is basic subject of medical science. Hence concepts of Sharir should be cleared. Ayurveda gives various ideas of Sharir, which should be explained on the modern basis. Strotas is one of Ayurvedic term & one of the basic concept of Ayurveda.
Introduction:It has been discussed about maxillary sinus surgery, with the purpose of placing osseointegrated implants in the posterior maxilla, since it presents unfavorable situations for its implantation.This procedure is indicated when pneumatization of the maxillary sinus is evidenced, bone resorption after extraction and poor quality of the residual bone. Case Report: Patient M.C.S.S.O, sought dental service for oral rehabilitation with dental implants.
Introdution: Dental avulsion is understood as the complete displacement of the dental element from which it is housed, in fact, In the alveolus, after suffering a traumatic injury. The therapy after dental avulsion depends on clinical factors associated with the trauma, such as: periodontal ligament conditions, rhizogenesis and period that the tooth passed outside the alveolus. Case Report: Patient M.F.B.N, feoderma, 20 years old, attended a private clinic as a matter of urgency.
Introduction: Supernumerary teeth are dental germs formed in excess by hyperactivity of the dental lamina in the beginning of the odontogenesis. The use of nitrous oxide in Dentistry is one of the vastly used types of sedations, once it has a good sedative effect, thus, decreasing patients’ anxiety and fear and also contributing to a slight analgesic effect. Aim: This work aims to report the case of a patient that presents four supernumerary teeth, being classified as fourth molars.
Ewing sarcoma or primitive neuroectodermal tumor (ES/PNET) is an aggressive type of sarcoma that is rarely observed in the kidney. The diagnosis of primary renal EWS can be difficult; it mostly presents with non specific symptoms. The final diagnosis is based on combination of immunohistochemistry and fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH). We review here in a case of Ewing Sarcoma of the kidney, and we review briefly the existing literature data.
Castleman’s disease (CD) is a rare entity that requires a high level of suspicion. The diagnosis of our patient was a challenge. The diagnosis of CD was missed in the first reading of mesenteric lymph nodes. If physicians couldn’t approach final diagnosis after extensive investigations, it is worth to review patient’s laboratory, radiological and histopathology results retrospectively to be sure that the diagnosis is not missed.
Irrigation water quality has profound effects on physio-chemical properties of soil, crop productivity, environment and food products. Therefore, an attempt is initiated to evaluate source, availability and quality of tube and canal irrigation of taluka Thull distt: Jacobabad in order to adopt possible best management practices through providing better guidelines to local farmers about quality of tube well and canal irrigation water. The water samples were collected throughout the taluka Thull at distance of 5 square kilometer.
The residual cysts are retained radicular cysts within a jaw after tooth extraction. They are approximately 10% of odontogenic cysts. Their clinical features and radiological findings are the same as radicular cysts. Residual cysts can be retained within a jaw from 1 to 20 years. In asymptomatic cases of residual cyst is determined size decreasing with age is getting on. Diagnosis and surgical management are the same as radicular cyst.
Valproic acid is an antiepileptic drug prescribed as monotherapy in newly diagnosed cases of Epilepsy. It is also useful in combating generalized Tonic-Clonic Seizures, Partial Seizures, Myoclonic Seizures. It acts by increasing the levels of the Neurotransmitter GABA in the cerebrum. Valproate inhibits sustained repetitive firing induced by depolarization of cortical or spinal cord neurons. It produces small reductions of the low-threshold (T) Calcium current at clinically relevant but slightly higher concentrations then limit sustained repetitive firing.