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Review Article
Published On: January 26, 2018

Presentation and Approach of Disorganized Disease in Family Medicine

Turabian JL*
Patients of the general practitioner do not fit adequately into the traditional diagnostic categories. In family medicine it is necessary to evaluate the presentation of the symptoms in addition to the symptoms themselves. Symptoms are the result of an interpretation process. Most patients treated in family medicine have disorganized diseases: they are symptoms or problems that are not fully, developed...

Clinical Image
Published On: January 26, 2018

Asymptomatic Solitary Pulmonary Nodule

SitiSuhaila MY1*, Nani D1, Azza O2 and Norzila AB3
A 73-year old man with diabetes type 2, hypertension and previous history of cardiovascular accident (CVA) undergoes chest radiography for yearly diabetes surveillance. He is non smoker and,asymptomatic. On examination, patient is not tachypneic, no presence of cervical lymphadenopathy. Respiratory examination, breath sound was equal to both side and no obvious findings can be found....

Research Article
Published On: January 26, 2018

Cesarean Delivery of Low-Birth Weight Infants and its Association with Maternal Variables

Albuquerque Sala L1*, Gazi Lippi U2 and Ferrari Franciulli E3
Introduction: The high prevalence of high-risk pregnancies, which can lead to premature delivery, contributes to an increase in the rates of preterm and low-birth weight (LBW) infants, with an,increase in the number of cesarean deliveries. Objective: To assess maternal variables and their associations with cesarean deliveries of LBW newborns....

Editorial
Published On: March 27, 2018

Flavonoids as Wonder Drugs for Fighting Oxidative Stress

Zorawar Singh1*
Flavonoids are the most common group of polyphenolic compounds in the human diet which are found ubiquitously in plants with more than 6,000 types. Along with carotenoids, they are responsible for the vivid colors in fruits and vegetables....

Research Article
Published On: March 30, 2018

Concerns of the Divorced Woman and Impact on Health

Blum CA*
Married women have unique experiences based on familial roles, career choices and options, support systems, and their role within a “couple”. During and after a divorce, their prior sense of self may impact their physical and mental health, financial stability, parenting, and lifestyle...

Short Communication
Published On: April 30, 2018

General Medicine is Not the Sum of Small Pieces of Other Specialties

Jose Luis Turabian*
It is common to read in medical texts affirmations, made by different specialists in different areas other that general medicine/family medicine (as psychiatrists, cardiologists, gynecologists,...

Short Communication
Published On: April 30, 2018

A Brief History of Medical Education*

Hossain Ronaghy*
Medical education defined as an art with scientific principle. It described as a form of learning where by knowledge, skills and attitudes of a generation transferred from one generation to the next, through teaching, training, research and practice....

Mini Review
Published On: May 11, 2018

Vitamin D Deficiency, Causes and Solutions

Sasidharan PK*
Vitamin D is a hormone as well as a vitamin with numerous functions in the human body [1-5]. Its deficiency was once thought to be non-existent in countries like India, which get enough and more sunlight. Incidentally the first study, which documented the presence of vitamin D deficiency,...