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Research Article Pages 22-26
Abstract: Some proteins have been used as immunohistochemical markers for tumor diagnosis. Such is the case of syndecan-1, one of the four transmembrane heparin sulfate proteoglycans which are mainly present on the cellular surface.
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Case Report Pages 19-21
Abstract: Multiple myeloma; that constitutes 10% of all hematologic malignancies and approximately 1% of whole cancers, is a plasma cell dyscrasia. Extramedullary involvement is often seen in the upper skeletal system, besides it can be seen on the skin and breast, rarely.
Case Report Pages 16-18
Abstract: Infantile Haemangioma (IH) is the most frequent benign vascular tumor of infancy, and active treatment is indicated in special situations. Topical timolol, it has been reported to be an effective and safe treatment for superficial IH, with rare adverse effects.
Research Article Pages 11-15
Abstract: Pemphigus vulgaris is an autoimmune bullous disease mediated mainly by IgG autoantibodies directed to desmosome proteins. The mental health of these patients has not been extensively described in previous studies.
CASE REPORT Pages 8-10
Abstract: Rothmund Thomson Syndrome (RTS) is a rare autosomal recessive disorder. It was first described in 1868 by a German ophthalmologist named August Rothmund as a syndrome consisting of bilateral juvenile cataract sand rash.
CASE REPORT Pages 6-7
Abstract: Interdigital toe web infection is most frequently a polymicrobial complex disease process being caused by fungal, yeast or bacterial etiological factors, with a wide range of clinical manifestations. Treatment can prove to be difficult if the mixed etiology is not readily identified and furthermore more than one prescription is often required for eradication.
COMMENTARY Pages 1-5
Abstract: Published data on cardiac indexes and superficial nutritive capillary densities from photo-protected and photo-exposed areas as well as collagen contents of skin of forearms from a large number of normal subjects over several decades of lifespan were reanalyzed using a first-order kinetic model. Excellent logarithmic linear fittings were all obtained. Slopes from the photo-protected and photo-exposed studies were virtually parallel.