Proposed Immunology of the Spontaneous Remission of Leukemia
Article Type: Research Article | First Published: October 29, 2021
Spontaneous remission of leukemia is more likely to occur after anti-biotic treatment of an infection, termination of pregnancy, blood transfusion and host versus graft reaction. All have in common a drop in platelet count followed by a rise in platelet count. Spontaneous remissions of leukemia may be preceded by a low platelet count, anemia or low hemoglobulin. Also, once spontaneous remission of leukemia occurs there may be a simultaneous rise in platelet count and hemoglobulin. The drop and r...
Total Maxillectomy in Children: A Report Two Cases
Agustina Lorea, Eduardo Figueroa, Juan Larrañaga and Carlos S Ruggeri
Article Type: Case Report | First Published: September 08, 2021
We describe the clinical cases of two pediatric patients who were treated with a total maxillectomy and chemo/ radiotherapy for suffering from malignant tumors of the maxilla. The reconstruction of the floor of the orbit was done with titanium micromesh and the defect in the maxilla and hard palate was reconstructed with free flaps. This allowed a quick swallowing rehabilitation and an excellent cosmetic result. Total maxillectomy is a surgical technique that involves the resection of all the bo...
Proposed Biology of the Spontaneous Remission of Cancer
Article Type: Hypotheses | First Published: September 08, 2021
Two common factors were identified among the case reports of the prolonged spontaneous remission and regression of cancer. The prolonged spontaneous remissions of cancer may be preceded by a low blood oxygen delivery to the tumor and a short, steady or rapid malignant growth. The steady or rapid growth of primary tumor not the growth of new metastases. Case reports of the spontaneous disappearance of verified cancer without any medical intervention has baffled researcher. The disappearance of al...