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Aggressive versus limited resection is often a subject of animated debate in epilepsy surgery. We present some studies whose conclusions or findings have supported either sides of the debate. However, most of these studies are retrospective observational studies. There exists a need for more randomized prospective multicenter clinical trials to clear the air and provide conclusive findings.Aggressive versus limited resection is often a subject of animated debate in epilepsy surgery....
Barany (1921) was the first to describe BPPV in detail, defined as an abnormal sensation of motion that is elicited by certain head movements. However, it was not until the theory of Cupulolithiasis was proposed by Schuknecht in 1962 was an insight into the symptoms of BPPV. Prior to this BPPV were thought to be caused by a dysfunction within the otolith mechanism and in particular the utricle. The cupulolithiasis theory hypotheses that otoconia become detached and are displaced via gravity to...
Beta-adrenoceptor blocking drugs (beta-blockers) block the beta-adrenoceptors in the heart, peripheral vasculature, bronchi, pancreas, and liver. Many beta-blockers are now available and in general they are all equally effective. There are, however, differences between them which may affect choice in treating particular diseases or individual patients.Intrinsic sympathomimetic activity (ISA, partial agonist activity) represents the capacity of beta-blockers to stimulate as well as to block...
Suicide is defined as the process involving one ending his/her own life. There are various types of suicide which can make it rather difficult to help define the term. Traditional suicide is referred to those individuals who plan or act upon self-destructive thoughts and feelings whilst under immense stress. Assisted suicide is another term where a physician may help a terminally ill person to die, avoiding an imminent, inevitable and potentially painful decline.The World Health Organisation...
Dental caries is an oral disease not just of the developed nations but fast becoming a public health issues in the developing countries1. Dental caries is one of the major oral health problems in Nigeria. Other oral health/diseases commonly seen in Nigeria include periodontitis, chronic gingivitis, acute necrotising gingivitis, oral cancer and ameloblastoma, cranio-facial developmental anomalies, orthodontic problems and cleft lip and palate2. The oral cavity though small is a important aspect...
We have chosen this area of study because we have come to realise that hypertension is a major health dilemma in today's stressful, career driven society. People do not take time out of their busy schedules to take care of their health. They never stop to ask why they are getting sick so often. What is contribution to them getting sick, and what can be done to prevent them from getting sick or prevent their condition from worsening. This is what we are trying to accomplish in with this study....
Pain is an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage, or describes In terms of from potentially damaging situations, protect a damaged body part white it heels and avoid those situations in the future.Knee joint is one among the major joints of the body which is prone to several painful conditions. Pain can occur in the knee, from diseases or conditions that involve the soft tissues, bones surrounding the joint or the nerve that supply...
There are many reasons humans die quickly and unexpectedly; Waterhouse-Friderichsen Syndrome is one of the rarer causes. In fact, such a small number of people die each year due to diagnosed Waterhouse- Friderichsen Syndrome, that there is no statistic for the number of deaths in a year. According to Taber's cyclopedic medical dictionary (2009), Waterhouse- Friderichsen Syndrome is "acute adrenal failure due to hemorrhage into the adrenal gland caused by meningococcal infection."(p....
Prostrate cancer in the United States is the second leading cause of cancer deaths amongst the males. The condition is comparatively common in the elderly males than the young men. The incidence of the disease amongst the Hispanic males is lower than the rest of the population. However, the mortality rates of the infected Hispanics are higher than that of the rest of the population. Reasons contributing to this scenario are wide and varied. Notably, the screening and treatment of the disease...
The study seeks to develop an understanding of how health promotion within the workplace is regarded by a cross-section of a diverse staff population within a University. It will enable those staff to have an equal opportunity to voice their opinions and thoughts on what they feel workplace health promotion should be about, what they require from a health promotion service, and ascertain if they anticipate any barriers that may prevent them from participating in programs designed by the health...