Review Article

Effects of Midodrine Among Cirrhotic Patients Undergoing Large-Volume Paracentesis: A Meta-Analysis

1. Abstract 1.1. Background and Objectives: The development of ascites among patients with liver cirrhosis is associated with poor prognosis and quality of life. Ascites refractory to diuretic use is usually treated with Large Volume Paracentesis (LVP), a procedure that may cause Paracentesis-Induced Circulatory Dysfunction (PICD). While human albumin is known to prevent PICD, its …

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Peritonitis Generalisata, A Life-Threatening Infection Pathophysiology: A Review Article

1. Abstract 1.1. Introduction: Peritonitis is inflammation caused by infection of the lining of the abdominal organs (peritonieum). The peritonieum is a thin, clear membrane that encloses the abdominal organs and inner walls of the stomach. The site of peritonitis can be localized or diffuse, history is acute or chronic and the pathogenesis is either …

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Brain and Touch Therapy: Research on Massage Therapy, Fitness, Rehabilitation – Case Report For A Randomized Controlled Trial

1. Abstract the massage or touch is to give well-being through touch, body. A well-being not only physical, but also neural, social, rewriting neuronal circuits and improving synaptic plasticity. With this image I want to highlight the art of massage, manual techniques, rehabilitation and also movement and psychology. In a moment of uncertainty I want …

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Deep Skills: Neuroenhancement and Synaptic Plasticity: The Neuroscience of Movement to Counteract The Effects of Covid 19

1. Abstract Deep skills: positive mind neuroscience of exercise to counter Covid 19 Memory and Learning in the time of Covid 19. We must begin to lose our memory, even if only occasionally, to understand that memory is what fills our lives. Life without memory is not life. Our memory is our consistency, our reason, …

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Chronic Sigmoid Diverticulitis Mimicking Malignant Neoplasm with Lymph Node Involvement: A Case Report and Review of The Literature

1. Abstract Chronic diverticulitis is a distinct disease entity in which symptoms could persist for six months to longer. Herein, I report a case of chronic sigmoid diverticulitis, with associated few clinical symptoms and signs, mimicking malignant neoplasm with lymph node involvement on contrast-enhanced computed tomography (CT), 18F-FDG PET/CT, colonoscopy, and even surgical-field findings. DOI: …

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The Development of Minimally Invasive Surgery for Colorectal Resection

1. Abstract In the past thirty years, with the development of laparoscopic instruments, the gradual maturity of minimally invasive surgical technology, the popularity of the concept of minimally invasive surgery, and the continuous improvement of people’s requirement for postoperative quality of life, laparoscopic and endoscopic colorectal surgery have been widely performed. A series of surgical …

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Data Analysis of Online Shopping Platform During the Epidemic of Coronavirus Disease

1. Abstract Data analysis of online shopping platform, and with the develop- ment of online platform, more and more consumers will choose this convenient way of online shopping. This paper uses Spyder’s time- based model to mine the rating data of Amazon online shopping platform, establishes a neural network model, analyzes the connec- tion relationship …

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Is C-Reactive Protein (CRP) A Reliable Marker for Postoperative Complications in Gastrointestinal and Colorectal Surgery?

1. Abstract 1.1. Background: There are many markers that have been studied in the prediction of the immune and inflammatory response postoperatively; among them the most common one is CRP. 2. Summary CRP seems to be a good marker of the inflammatory response after colorectal, gastric, and bariatric operations, and in combination with the clinical …

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