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Macedonian Journal of Medical Sciences
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  • Proposal for Improved Translation and Meaning of “Public Health” in the Republic of Macedonia

    Lazarevik, Vladimir; Donev, Doncho (2017)
    The translation and use of the term "public health" in the Republic of Macedonia creates confusions among students, professionals and the public. Its use and meaning in Macedonian language is associated more to the ownership over the healthcare system by the state, rather than to explain the primary goal and mission of public health to protect, promote and restore the health of the public. There is a need to clarify, change and standardize the use of this terminology in the Republic of Macedo...

    Screening of BRCA1 Mutations Using C-terminal Antibody in Sporadic non Familial Colonic Carcinoma

    Esmail, Reham Sh.; Sharaf, Walid M.; Helmy, Noha A.; Farrag, Abdel Razik H.; Badawi, Manal A.; Gamal Eldin, Amina A. (2014)
    Background: Cancer colon is one of the most prevalent cancers in Egypt. Sporadic cancer colon is much more common than familial type; the latter accounting for not more than 30% of the reported cases in different registrations. BRCA1 is a tumor suppressor gene which is proved to be mutated in many cancer types. Limited studies tried to screen its mutation in cancer colon.Aim: This work is aimed to screen BRCA1 mutations using C-terminal antibody in sporadic non familial colonic carcinoma.Subj...

    Surgical Treatment of Gastric Cancer in Albania

    Dracini, Xheladin; Celiku, Etmont; Dibra, Arvin; Burazeri, Genc; Kellici, Suela (2012)
    Objective: Gastric cancer is a major health problem, although its incidence has somewhat declined during the last years. The study aims to give a complete overview of the surgical treatment of gastric cancer in the First Service of General Surgery UHC “Mother Theresa” in Tirana, Albania.Methods: Our study presents extensive evidence of 624 patients, operated in the First Service of General Surgery UHC “Mother Theresa” in Tirana, Albania with the diagnosis of gastric cancer in the last eleven ...

    Syntheses, Characterization and In-Vitro Anti-Inflammatory Activity of Some Novel Thiophenes

    Deka, Satyendra; Mohan, Shamanna; Saravanan, Janardhan; Kakati, Manoj; Talukdar, Apurba; Sahariah, Bhargab Jyoti; Dey, Biplab Kumar; Sarma, Rama Kanta (2012)
    Aim: The present study was aimed to synthesize a series of 2-substituted benzylidine imino-3-(3-chloro-4-fluorophenyl)-carboxamido-4,5-trimethylene thiophenes SPJ-1(a-m) and to evaluate their in-vitro anti-inflammatory activity.Materials and Methods: The starting material (SPJ-1) was prepared by the application of versatile Gewald reaction. The In-vitro anti-inflammatory activity of synthesized compounds [SPJ-1(a-m)] was evaluated using inhibition of bovine serum albumin denaturation method.R...

    Antioxidant Effects of Nigella Sativa in the Treatment of Experimentally Induced Rhinosinusitis

    Yoruk, Ozgur; Gur, Fatma Ozabacigil; Uyanik, Hamidullah; Yasar, Murat; Mutlu, Vahit; Altas, Enver; Baysal, Elif; Taysi, Seyithan (2017)
    Aim. The objective of this study was to investigate the effect of Nigella sativa (NS) in experimental bacterial rhinosinusitis. Material and Methods. Bacterial rhinosinusitis was induced with Staphylococcus aureus. Rabbits were divided into control, NS 50, NS 100 and NS 200 mg/kg/d groups. NS was given orally for 7 days. The same volume of normal saline was given as a vehicle to the control group for the same period. At 7 days post-treatment, mucosal samples were excised from the treated an...
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