Germ cell is ovarian malignancy that occurs in a woman, especially at the young age women. Immature teratoma is the second most common malignancy in cases of germ cell. Immature teratoma has a good cure rate after proper treatment, namely surgery and chemotherapy. Growing teratoma syndrome (GTS) is a rare condition among patients with immature teratoma which is characterized by enlargement or appearance of a new mass after adequate systemic chemotherapy, normal tumor serum markers, and mass hist...Read More
We examine autism prevalence in New Jersey (USA) and its relationship to sulfate in local tap water. Our previous work indicates that sulfate deficiency during early development increases the risk of autism. In this current study, prevalence is obtained from the report “New Jersey Autism Registry” on the state Department of Health website. The report analyzes prevalence for eight-year-old children born in 2006. The sulfate concentration of public water is calculated from test...Read More
Diabetes Mellitus 2 is a multifactorial disease whose global and national dimensions require a multidisciplinary approach for its control, with nutrition being a fundamental part of this within a healthy lifestyle. The study’s objective was to evaluate the effect of amaranth as a functional food in a group of women with Diabetes Mellitus 2 (DM2) in Michoacán, Mexico over a year, previously with their informed consent. It was of a longitudinal, prospective, and...Read More
Purpose: To evaluate the role of intra-arterial chemotherapy (IAC) in the management of unilateral, unifocal retinoblastoma (RB) as a single therapy, associated to neither focal nor systemic adjunctive therapies.
Methods: Prospective, single center, interventional case series of 32 consecutive eyes diagnosed with unilateral unifocal RB and treated exclusively with selective ophthalmic intra-arterial chemotherapy, with no adjunctive systemic or focal treatments.
Results: Full regres...