By A. Cobryn. Florida Gulf Coast University. 2019.

Within (9) months of case collection generic 90mg priligy overnight delivery, we found (21) numbers of biopsy proven patients generic priligy 60 mg without a prescription. This may be due to advanced in diagnostic technique and awareness 130 Bibliography of Research Findings on Gastrointestinal Diseases in Myanmar of surgeons and physicians regarding the cases presenting with obstructive jaundice discount priligy 60mg without a prescription. Although the results can t be generalized because of the small sample size order priligy 60mg overnight delivery, the present study hightlights the problem of advanced stages of carcinoma pancreas and periampullary carcinoma and confirmed that the stage of the disease is one of the determinants of the outcome of treatment in our country. Because of the advanced stages in these patients, curative resections are not possible. High morbidity and mortality rate within the follow-up period of (3) months which indicates poor prognosis. Lacks of knowledge and health education are the reasons for poor outcome of carcinoma pancreas and periampullary carcinoma patients in our country than others (i. The poor prognosis of these patients emphasise the need to improve the survival rate with considerable efforts in the future. The public health measures influencing the pattern of eating style in daily diet such as fat, meat, coffee, alcohol favours the incidence. At the present, the best way to solve the problem is to give informations about the nature of the disease to the general practitioners and health education to the public. Majority of cases were referred from Liver Unit and Gastrointestinal Tract Medical Unit. So collaboration of the Surgical Unit and other disciplines is required for early case detection and effective treatment. Any patients presenting th th with anorexia, weight loss in their 4 or 5 decades should be screened for malignancy. Author hope the efforts of early detection of carcinoma pancreas patients with the resultant increase in curative resectability rate, better staging incorporation with the radiologist and pathologist will undoubtedly improve the prognosis of carcinoma pancreas and periampullary carcinoma patients in our country in the future. It was hospital based 131 Bibliography of Research Findings on Gastrointestinal Diseases in Myanmar descriptive study. The incidence and severity of diarrhoeal diseases in relation to breast feeding practices and illness were assessed monthly by questionnaires. Incidence of diarrhea was less among those who were exclusively breast-fed compared with those who received non-exclusive breast- feeding (P value=0. The risk of developing dehydration was also reduced in exclusively breast-fed babies, but it is not statistically significant. Most of the mothers who were successful in initiating and maintaining exclusive breast-feeding were low parity, young age and educated and they all attended antenatal care regularly. The study subjects included 100 infants with diarrhoea, aged less than 4 months, admitted to the hospital from June 1997 to May 1998. Of these 48 cases, 28 had some dehydration and 20 had 132 Bibliography of Research Findings on Gastrointestinal Diseases in Myanmar severe dehydration. Exclusive breast-feeding was observed only in the age group <1 and >1- 2 month(s). The association of the severity of dehydration with other types of feedings compared to exclusive breast-feeding was not statistically significant. In this study, most mothers washed their hands with water only after cleansing their children s defaecation, and before and after feeding their children. The severity of dehydration was statistically significant in hand-washing practices when compared to washing with water only and washing with soap and water. This study has shown the association between types of feedings and hand-washing practices with dehydration in infants with acute diarrhoea due to E. The results of the study suggest that there is a need for appropriate intervention programmes to promote exclusive breast-feeding and hand-washing practices with soap and water after cleansing children s defaecation, and before and after feeding children. Gastrointestinal tuberculosis is widely regarded as a rare disease in Western countries but not in Myanmar. It remains a common surgical problem of gut obstruction, perforation and in a peritoneal mass, in many parts of Myanmar. The aim of this prospective study is to report the impressive reduction in mortality following E-1991 operative method in a group of 30 patients with clinical suspicion of enteric perforation. E-1991 operative method seems to be the best treatment for typhoid perforation and is recommended for surgeons practicing in a handicapped environment in district and divisional hospitals. Normalization (correction of breath H2 values to a constant mean O2 level) eliminated the variations in H2 2 levels due to sleep, storage temperature, or duration of storage. Diarrhea did not alter the state of H2 production (non-H2 producers remain non-H2 producers, and H2 producers remain H2 producers) although the magnitude of peak breath H2 changed. A total of 71 strains of Shigellae isolated from 449 cases of enteric infections were tested for antibiotic susceptibility testing using 17 different types of antibiotic disc. The Shgellae isolated from Yangon Children s Hospital, were resistant to ampicillin (87. The Shigellae isolated from Infectious Diseases Hospital, were resistant to ampicillin (87. However, Shigellae from Yangon Children s Hospital, were totally sensitive to amikacin and neomycin; augmentin (59. Shigellae from Infectious Diseases Hospital, were totally sensitive to amikacin, augmentin (70. A total of 201 children aged 2-12 years of both sexes were chosen at random for the study. Routine examination of stool from children with recurrent abdominal pain was also performed. Stool samples were collected from the diarrhea and dysentery patients who attended the Infectious Diseases Hospital as well as from the outpatient clinics during August, 1990 to June, 1991. Isolation and identification of the pathogens was processed by standard biochemical test described by Cowen (1974) and according to the criteria outlined by von Graevenitz (1985). So, it is anticipated to study on these bacteria to expand the knowledge and to provide information on the epidemiological control of the disease caused by these bacteria. Stool samples were collected from the diarrhoea and dysentry patients attended to the Infectious Diseases Hospital as well as from the outpatient clinics during August, 1990 to June, 1991. Isolation and identification of the pathogens was processed by standard biochemical tests described by Cowen (1974) and according to the criteria outlined by Von Graevenitz (1985). So it is anticipated to study on these bacteria to expand the knowledge and to provide an information on the epidemiological control of the diseases caused by these bacteria. After oral ingestion of an isotonic solution containing monosaccharide and disaccharide, their urinary excretion were measured both in acute stage and recovery stage. The rnucosa damaged during acute stage and regeneration of rnucosa at recovery stage that is 4-6 weeks after acute stage were compared. Intestinal permeability in diarrhoea diseases was assessed in 38 children with various types of diarrhoea including acute diarrhoea, persistent and dysentery (bloody diarrhoea) diarrhoea. But times taken to estimate the intestinal permeability in recovery phase were ranged from 6 weeks to 24 weeks.

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The diagnosis in this man was postinfective inflammatory mucositis and arthritis, often shortened to reactive arthritis, and also known as Reiter s syndrome. However there is now a move to disassociate the name of Reiter (1881 1969) from this disease in view of his crimes committed, as a doctor, by experimenting on pris- oners in the concentration camps of Nazi Germany. This disease classically presents with a triad of symptoms (although all three may not always be present): seronegative arthritis affecting mainly lower limb joints conjunctivitis non-specific urethritis. The acute arthritis is typically a monoarthritis but can develop into a chronic relapsing destructive arthritis affecting the knees and feet, and causing a sacroiliitis and spondylitis. The red eyes are due to conjunctivitis and anterior uveitis, and can recur with flares of the arthritis. The rash on the patient s palmar surfaces is the characteristic brown macu- lar rash of this condition keratoderma blenorrhagica. Other features of this condition that are sometimes seen include nail dystrophy and a circinate balanitis. Systemic manifestations such as pericarditis, pleuritis, fever and lymphadenopathy may occur in this disease. Differential diagnoses of an acute monoarthritis Gonococcal arthritis: occasionally a polyarthritis affecting the small joints of the hands and wrists, with a pustular rash. This patient should have urethral swabs taken to exclude chlamydial/gonococcal infections, and the appropriate antibiotics given. A Gram stain will exclude a pyogenic infection and birefringent microscopy can be used to detect uric acid or pyrophosphate crystals. The pain began 2 days previously and she says that the knee is now hot, swollen and painful on movement. She had a health check 6 months previously and was told that everything was fine except for some elevation of her blood pressure which was 172/102 mmHg and her creatinine level, which was around the upper limit of normal. The blood pressure was checked several times over the next 4 weeks and found to be persistently elevated and she was started on treatment with 2. The left knee is hot and swollen with evidence of effusion in the joint with a positive patellar tap. The patient has a history of some hip pains but this and the Heberden s nodes are common findings in an 80-year-old woman, related to osteoarthritis. Differential diagnoses of pain in the knee The differential diagnosis includes trauma, septic arthritis, gout and pseudogout. The recent introduction of a thiazide diuretic for treatment of the hypertension increases the suspicion of gout. Pseudogout is caused by deposition of calcium pyrophosphate crys- tals and would be expected to show calcification in the articular cartilage in the knee joint. The X-rays here show some joint space narrowing but no calcification in the articu- lar cartilage. If this remains after the acute arthritis has subsided then it may need further treatment. Precipitation of gout by thi- azides is more likely in older women, particularly in the presence of renal impairment and diabetes. It may involve the hands, be polyarticular and can affect existing Heberden s nodes. The serum uric acid level is likely to be raised, but this occurs commonly without evidence of acute gout. The diagnosis is made from the needle-like crystals of uric acid which are negatively birefringent under polarized light, unlike the positively birefringent crystals of calcium pyrophosphate. Treatment with a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug should be covered by a proton pump inhibitor in view of her history of heartburn and indigestion. The thiazide diuretic was changed to an angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor as treatment for her hypertension, and the blood glucose settled. In addition her last two menstrual periods have been abnormally heavy, and she has suffered a major nosebleed. Examination On examination there are multiple areas of purpura on her legs and to a lesser extent on her abdomen and arms. There are no signs of anaemia, but there are two bullae in the mouth and there is spontan- eous bleeding from the gums. Examination of the cardiovascular, respiratory and abdominal systems is unremarkable. An increased ten- dency to bleed or bruise can be due either to platelet, coagulation or blood vessel abnor- malities. Platelet/vessel wall defects cause spontaneous purpura in the skin and mucous membranes or immediately after trauma. Coagulation defects cause haematomas and haemarthroses usually with a time delay after trauma. Retinal haemorrhages tend to occur if there is a combination of severe thrombocytopenia and anaemia. Senile purpura and steroid-induced bruising occur mainly on the forearms and backs of the hands. Henoch Schnlein purpura typically occurs over the extensor aspects of the limbs and buttocks. In addition to the purpuric lesions in the skin there may be menorrhagia, epistaxes or occult or overt gastrointestinal haem- orrhage. In this woman s case there is a mild normochromic normocytic anaemia due to recent blood loss. The causes of thrombocytopenia can be divided into disorders of reduced production of platelets or decreased survival of platelets.

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