The Performance of Novel Wavelet for Lung Image Analysis
Donia Ben Hassen and Sihem Ben Zakour
Article Type: Research Article | First Published: July 03, 2019
Even the advancement in the medical image, chest radiography still the most common used and cheapest method in detecting lung diseases. The generated image allows physicians to screen the normal, benign and malignant tissues in the lung. In order to better classify and reduce noise in the image's information, the employ of preprocessing methods is unavoidable. A novel scheme for lesions classification in chest radiographs is presented in this paper by combining discrete wavelet analysis (WA), FC...
Preterm Vaginal Delivery of Breech Presentation
Article Type: Short Note | First Published: June 22, 2019
Very early preterm delivery is defined as delivery in week 23-28 GA. The incidence of preterm delivery in Denmark is about 5.6%. The incidence of breech presentation at date of delivery is 3-4% and there is an increase of breech presentation in lower gestational age. The few cases of extreme premature delivery have not been subjects to randomized controlled studies. In recent years retrospective multicentre studies comparing vaginal delivery versus cesarean section in breech presentation have no...
Basal-Like Breast Cancer: Main Features of a Very Particular Entity of Breast Cancer
Haddad S, Zemni I, Bettaieb I, Adouni O, Saadallah F, Slimane M, Chargui R and Rahal K
Article Type: Case Series | First Published: June 14, 2019
Molecular classification of breast cancer identified the basal like subtype, characterized by high heterogeneity and a very poor prognosis. These tumors are mainly triple negative, characterized by the expression of basal markers: CK5/6 and EGFR. In this study, we sought to investigate the features, outcome and therapeutic modalities of basal-like breast cancers (BLBC)....
Case Report: Necrotizing Fasciitis due to Cryptococcus Infection in Non-HIV Non-Organ Transplant
Rbab Taha, Mohamed Alama, Hessa Aljhdali, Ayaz khan and Reham Kaki
Article Type: Case Report | First Published: June 12, 2019
We are presenting 67-year-old female, known to have diabetes for 10 years, not compliance to medication. Presented with 3 weeks history of isolated right lower limb and left thigh pain. Then she started to develop redness and swelling in same areas. She had also History of dry cough for one week. Admitted as a case of necrotizing fasciitis based on clinical laboratory and radiological features. She was treated empirically with vancomycin and meropenem and went for debridement twice. Histopatholo...