Volume 2

High Density Lipoproteins May Actually be Some Negative Acute Phase Proteins in the Plasma

Research Article

Patients with plasma HDL values lower than 40 mg/dL were collected into the first group, and then age and gender matched patients with plasma HDL values of 40 mg/dL and greater were collected into the second group, and compared in between

Role of Imaging in Reducing Negative Appendicetomy ?

Review Article

Surgery for pain in the right lower quadrant of the abdomen remains a clinical dilemma. Right iliac fossa pain is one of the most common causes of abdominal pain in young adults and children in the UK.Acute appendicitis is conventionally a clinical diagnosis; typical symptoms and laboratory

Atypical Presentation of Salmonella Typhi Blood Stream Infection in an Immuno compromised Patient

Case Report

The genus Salmonella is an important enteric pathogen which carries high morbidity and mortality in many parts of the world [1, 2]. The serotypes of Salmonella enteric namely serovars Typhi, Paratyphi A, Paratyphi B and Paratyphi C are the causative agents of the enteric fever. Other serovars collectively called as Non Typhoidal Salmonella (NTS) mainly cause gastroenteritis

Diversion Colitis: A Bioenergetic Model of Pathogenesis

Research Article

Diversion colitis is characterized by mucosal inflammation in segments of the colon that are surgically diverted from the fecal stream. This inflammatory disorder is reported to occur in up to 100% of individuals after colostomy or ileostomy, often occurring within a year following surgery

G-POEM in Patients with Gastro paresis – Gambling for Healing or Bigger Armamentarium?

Review Article

Despite the euphoria about the introduction of a novel and apparently successful treatment in gastroparesis, the amount of high quality data supporting the clinical utility of G-POEM are limited. Above all, the selection of patients with gastroparesis for G-POEM is problematic

Andrographolide Ameliorated Inflammation through Inhibition of NLRP3 Inflammasome Activation in Intestinal Epithelial Cells

Research Article

Stressors have varied biological effects on gastrointestinal system which are increasingly recognized as enhanced gut permeability, dysbiosis and inflammation in the gut.Endotoxins, the metabolites released by harmful gut microbes are one of the stressors resulting

Multiple Hemangiomas of Small Bowel Leading to Recurrent Intussusceptions in Perioperative Period

Case Report

We report a case of 35-year-old woman with recurrent intussusceptions caused by multiple hemangiomas of the small bowel during hospitalization. When she was admitted to emergency room, multiple hemangiomas of the small bowel leading to intussusceptions was diagnosed through laparotomy

Combined Single Surgical Cession Anatomical Trans-Sphinc- ter Anal Fistulectomy and Ano-Plasty Technique Clinical Results

Research Article

Surgical techniques applied to treat ano-rectal fistulas has proved variable results, depending on how complex the fistula is. Many publications report promising results regarding simple and complex trans-sphincter fistulas

The Relationship between Clinical Findings and Esophageal Injury Severity in Children with Unintentional Ingestion of Caustic Agents

Review Article

Corrosive ingestion can produce severe upper gastrointestinal tract injury with long-lasting suffering and even death. Early assessment of the extent of damage is important for deciding about the necessity of hospitalization and type of treatment. The present study has investigated the clinical indicators of corrosive esophageal injury severity in children

Gallbladder Cancer (GBC)-Contemporary Aspects of Diag- nosis and Treatment

Review Article

Gallbladder cancer is an uncommon malignant disease leading to the fact that even big centers only analyze small series of patients over a long time. GBC is the most common biliary tumor and the fifth most common gastrointestinal cancer