Editorial
11/6/2017
Farshad Najafipour
Research Article
15/6/2017
Luchuo Engelbert Bain, Nkeh Charles Clovis, Chobufo Muchi Ditah, Nkoke Clovis Ekukwe, Eugene Justine Kongnyuy
Despite numerous health promotion interventions lately conducted, the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) remains a major cause of morbidity and mortality in sub-Saharan Africa. It is reported that military personnel have a higher prevalence of HIV, compared with the general population. Condom use remains a cheap, easy-to-use, and ... read more
Research Article
15/6/2017
Matthew Psaila
Military recruits undertake intense loads of physical training as part of their recruitment to reach a physical level compatible with their line of duties. This training is often conducted over a short time span and complicated by injuries and premature recruit discharge. Identification of risk factors that ... read more
Research Article
14/6/2017
Akhilesh Rao, Yayati Pimpalwar, Ravinder Sahdev, Shilpa Sinha, Neha Yadu
Stress fractures can be a source of constant pain and hindrance to physical activity for military recruits and can become worse over time if they remain undetected. Therefore, it is important to diagnose these fractures early. This paper is aimed to establish the role of an ... read more
Research Article
17/6/2017
Mahnaz Aminaskari, Hasan Jalaeikhoo, Ali Reza Khoshdel
There is some evidence for the greater risk of cancer in military forces particularly who have had a history of deployment to battlefields. While a greater frequency of non-hodgkin lymphoma (NHL) was reported in Vietnam veterans, the association of NHL with military jobs is still controversial.In a ... read more
Research Article
13/6/2017
Todorka G Vladkova, Iliana A Ivanova, Anna D Staneva, Madalina G Albu-Kaya, Ahmed S A Shalaby, Vesela Moskova-Doumanova, Anelia S Kostadinova
The aim of this study is preparation, characterization, and biological activity evaluation of 2 new collagen composites, Collagen/(Ag/RGO) and Collagen/(Ag/RGO/SiO2) with expected antimicrobial activity. The loading of collagen matrix by self-prepared Ag/RGO and Ag/RGO/SiO2 was varied. The morphology of these antimicrobial agents, as well as of the ... read more
Case Report
15/6/2017
Inam Danish Khan, Anuradha Makkar, Ajay Malik, Shazia Khan, Imran Mehdi, Samreen Arif, Durre Aden, Prarthana Somayaji, Khushnood Roomi
Curvularia is an emerging dematiaceous/melanized/phaeoid hyphomycete causing ocular curvulariosis including keratomycosis, conjunctivitis, dacryocystitis, sino-orbital cellulitis, and endophthalmitis. Curvularia ketatomycosis may be associated with satellite stromal infiltrates, immune rings, Descement’s folds, iriditis, and endothelial plaque. Surgical trauma followed by delayed tissue healing may render cornea susceptible to invasion ... read more
Case Report
14/6/2017
Zaheer Ahmed Gill, Saeed Bin Ayaz, Nadeem Ahmad, Ali Raza Qureshi
Bone cysts are benign bone lesions that are quite uncommon in the calcaneus. Calcaneal cysts generally remain asymptomatic in most patients and are discovered incidentally but in some, they may cause localized bone pain that is progressive in intensity. If not picked on the conventional radiographs, the ... read more

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