Issue 2 Articles

Inflammatory Bowel Disease On-Line Web-Based Guide to Health Professionals and Patients in Developing and African Nations

Review Article

Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) is recklessly evolving worldwide as incautious disaster, especially in developing nations as a regional duplicitous emergence disease. It has come to light that adaptive Western culture, rapid urbanization lifestyle in the developing nations have been seen

Formaldehyde Increases Free Cholesterol Contents in Hepg2 Cells without Alteration of HMGCR Expression

Research Article

Formaldehyde (FA) is a common environmental pollutant that can cause serious liver damage. The aim of this study is to investigate the effect of FA on cholesterol metabolism in human hepato cellular carcinoma cells (HepG2). After exposure to different concentrations of FA for 24 and 48 h, free cholesterol (FC) contents

Safer Values of Low Density Lipoproteins in the Plasma

Research Article

Patients with plasma LDL values lower than 80 mg/dL were collected into the first, lower than 100 mg/dL into the second, lower than 130 mg/dL into the third, lower than 150 mg/dL into the fourth, and 150 mg/dL and higher into the fifth groups, respectively

Tracheoesophageal Fistula in Chemo-Radio Treated Mediastinal Bulky Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

Case Report

In this case report, we describe the clinical history of a 67-year-old male with a mediastinal bulky non-Hodgkin lymphoma, treated with chemotherapy (R-CHOP scheme) and radiotherapy. Less than six months after complete remission, he was referred to our Gastroenterology Unit with gradual onset esophageal dysphagia, pyrosis and dry cough, especially evident after eating. The symptoms were attributed to gastro esophageal reflux and ignored by the

Generic Sofosbuvir-Declatasvir for Hepatitis C patients in Qatar: A Real-Life Observational Study

Research Article

The hepatitis C virus (HCV) has been considered one of the most pathogens currently challenging the medical community worldwide. Due to the development of new Direct Acting Anti-viral (DAAs, it is expected that almost all patients with HCV infection will achieve a Sustained Viral Response (SVR) in the near future. However, DAA treatment is expensive and inaccessible for some patients with HCV. Recently, new data has been published indicating

Endoscopic Ultrasonography of Malignant Rectal Tumors for the Decision-Making of Therapeutic Action

Research Article

In Cuba rectal tumor occupies the fourteenth cause of death among malignant and fifth tumors among malignant digestive tumors and its proper management depends on its staging. At present, endoscopic ultrasonography as a very well defined diagnostic value in the preoperative staging of rectal cancer, its introduction increases the ability to delimit the rectal wall layers, which allows to evaluate the depth of the invasion, as well as the presence of regional lymphatic metastases