Importance of maintaining and improving immune function by diet, nutrition and exercise before specific vaccinations and therapeutic drugs for COVID-19

In March 2021, vaccination against COVID-19 had just started in Ja- pan. At that time, there were no sufficient therapeutic agents other than conventional anti-inflammatory steroid.

Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis (HLH): A rare cause of primary engraftment failure post autologous stem cell transplant

Hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis (HLH) is a devastating disorder of uncontrolled immune activation characterized by clinical and labo- ratory evidence of extreme inflammation, occurring either as a famil- ial or a secondary HLH which is acquired in association with a variety of pathological states.

An ‘Uncommon early lineage switch’ in an MLL rearranged adult B-lineage Acute Lympho- blastic Leukemia to Mixed-phenotypic acute leukemia (B/Myeloid)

Lineage switch is an infrequent phenomenon with an incidence of ~ 0.6% of all de novo leukemias and seen in almost 6% of relapsed cases. This phenomenon is observed following therapy or at the time of relapse.

Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension: Description of an Atypical Case

Headache is a frequent reason consulting physicians in pediatric pa- tients. Headaches appear in about 37-51% of patients younger than 7 years and about 57-82% of patients under 15. Chronic headaches are more infrequent, with 2.5% of kids under 7 and 15% of teenagers under 15 suffering from this ailment.

Public healthcare facilities and its utilization: bangladesh perspective

Bangladesh encompassed over 160 million population in 2018 as stat- ed by the last Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey (BDHS) [1]. The country has experienced outstanding headway concerning maternal and child health between 1994 and 2014.

Maxillary sinus osteoma: A case report

Osteomas are tumors that generally develop in the upper airways, are pathological entities that occur sporadically in the craniofacial region, can be single or multiple, is a benign osteogenic lesion with slow and progressive growth.

Hereditary breast ovarian cancer syndrome: One case, multiple lessons

Ovarian cancer is one the most common gynecological cancers Epithelial ovarian cancer is the commonest sub-type. Between 10 and 15% of all ovarian cancers occur secondary to a mutation in a cancer susceptibility gene.

Acute pancreatitis in Thalassemia post allogeneic stem cell transplant with Cyclosporine-A as a possible etiology: a report of two cases

This report highlights the importance of suspecting pancreatitis in a paediatric thalassemia patient post allogeneic stem cell transplant with cyclosporine - A as possible causative factor. CSA reintroduction can be attempted with careful monitoring after recovery.

A rare cause of Transient ischemic attack in a young patient: left ventricular non-compaction with a voluminous thrombus

A 25-year-old man was admitted in our department for management of a transient ischemic attack. It’s a patient without prior medical history.

Risk of self-injury by patients using video otoendoscopes aimed at home market

We have recently become aware of new small (2.2mm to 5.5mm) ear wax removal endoscopes (similar to otoendoscopes) aimed at the home market.

Localised Cutaneous Amyloidosis of the Glans Penis: A Case Report and Review of the Literature

Amyloidosis is a notable cause of morbidity, and in some cases mortal- ity within the developed world. Urological presentations of systemic or localised amyloidosis are rare, with primary penile amyloidosis being poorly reported in the literature.

Robotic-Assisted Minimally Invasive Transforaminal Interbody Fusion (TLIF) Using A New Hands-Free 3D Digital Microscope with Head-Mounted Display (HMD): Technical Note

Since the 1970s, the operating microscope (OM) has been a standard tool for visualization and illumination of the surgical field during spi- nal microsurgery. However, some limitations have been documented.

Uvular injury after double lumen tube insertion: A rare cause of persistent postoperative sore throat

D.Postoperative sore throat (POST) is a common complaint with an incidence of 24-100% [1] that occurs following placement of airway devices in patients administered general anaesthesia.