Monthly Archives: June 2022

The SETOC: Visualizing carcinogenesis through a different lens

The Systemic-Evolutionary Theory of the Origin of Cancer (SETOC) is a recently proposed theory based on two fundamental principles: (i) Margulian evolution as a process of cooperation and endosymbiosis and (ii) Systemic cell biology understood as the

Cerebral venous hemodynamic in a rat model of acute epidural hematoma

AoS. Cerebral venous hemodynamic in a rat model of acute epidural hematoma

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is currently one of the most serious public-health problems, with an annual global incidence rate of 319/100,000. TBI includes primary injuries directly caused by mechanical stress and shear forces, as well as secondary

How Do I Know If I Have Erectile Dysfunction?

AoS. How Do I Know If I Have Erectile Dysfunction?

Many men are hesitant to talk about their sexual health, especially if they have trouble getting or maintaining an erection. It can significantly impact the quality of your personal relationships and self-esteem. Due to this, it may

Muscle pain treated with injected normal saline solution

AoS. Muscle Pain Treated with Injected Normal Saline Solution

Pain comes in all shapes and sizes. Ranging from acute to chronic, from nociceptive and myofascial to neuropathic, pain is a part of life. Myofascial or muscle pain, is among the most common. With a lifetime prevalence

A new procedure to accurately define Nitrate Vulnerable Zones

The Nitrates Directive of the European Union (91/676/EEC) aims to reduce and prevent water pollution caused by nitrates from agricultural sources. It establishes that water resources should be considered polluted when nitrate concentration exceeds 50 mg L-1.

Recording in the emergency department: illegal or immoral?

Patients and staff should expect privacy in emergency departments and should not be recorded without giving their consent in advance. Emergency departments (ED) use audiovisual recordings to document clinical information and to assist with diagnosis and treatment.

How PET ameliorates 90-Yttrium therapy in inoperable liver cancer patients?

Increased synthesis of blood vessels and blood supply are essential characteristics of a tumor to secure nutrient delivery and growth. One of the treatment options for inoperable liver cancer (hepatocellular carcinoma, HCC) is to apply a form of