Latest Research on Tablets: April 21

Posted on April 21, 2021Categories Medical ScienceTags   Leave a comment on Latest Research on Tablets: April 21

[1] Vindolanda tablets The Latin writing tablets from Vindolanda, a Roman auxiliary fort about a mile south of Hadrian’s Wall, were discovered by the archaeologist R. E. Birley in excavations of parts of the pre‐Hadrianic timber forts during the period 1974–2004. [2] Orally Disintegrating Tablets: A Review Drug delivery systems are becoming increasingly sophisticated as pharmaceutical scientists acquire a better understanding of the physicochemical and biochemical parameters pertinent to their performance. Over the past three decades, orally disintegrating tablets (ODTs) … Continue reading “Latest Research on Tablets: April 21”

Latest Research on Gender Equality April-21

Posted on April 15, 2021Categories Medical ScienceTags   Leave a comment on Latest Research on Gender Equality April-21

[1] Gender equality in education: Definitions and measurements International consensus on education priorities accords an important place to achieving gender justice in the educational sphere. Both the Dakar ‘Education for All’ goals and the Millennium Development goals emphasise two goals, in this regard. These two goals are distinguished as gender parity goals [achieving equal participation of girls and boys in all forms of education based on their proportion in the relevant age-groups in the population] and gender equality goals [ensuring … Continue reading “Latest Research on Gender Equality April-21”

Latest Research on Gallbladder Cancer : Aug – 2020

Posted on August 3, 2020Categories Cancer and Tumor, Medical ScienceTags   Leave a comment on Latest Research on Gallbladder Cancer : Aug – 2020

Epidemiology of gallbladder cancer. Gallbladder cancer is the most common biliary tract cancer. The highest incidence rates occur in Chile, which also has the highest mortality rates. This lethal gastrointestinal cancer has a predilection among adult women and older subjects of both sexes, and also among populations throughout central and Eastern Europe and certain racial groups, such as Native American Indians. Unfortunately, prospects are poor for preventing this form of cancer. [1] Chronic inflammation and gallbladder cancer Gallbladder cancer (GBC) … Continue reading “Latest Research on Gallbladder Cancer : Aug – 2020”

Latest Research on spleen : Aug – 2020

Posted on August 1, 2020Categories Medical ScienceTags   Leave a comment on Latest Research on spleen : Aug – 2020

The wandering spleen Wandering spleen is an unusual entity, occurring in both sexes and at any age, but is more frequent in women of reproductive age and in children. Wandering spleen is probably most often a result of congenital anomalies of development of the dorsal mesogastrium, but acquired factors may have a role in certain instances. Patients present most commonly with an asymptomatic mass, mass and subacute abdominal or gastrointestinal complaints or with acute abdominal findings. Clinical diagnosis can be … Continue reading “Latest Research on spleen : Aug – 2020”

Latest Research on Keratinocyte : July – 2020

Posted on July 16, 2020Categories Medical Science   Leave a comment on Latest Research on Keratinocyte : July – 2020

Extracellular matrix and keratinocyte migration We are just beginning to understand some of the cellular mechanisms involved in human keratinocyte migration on extracellular matrix. Extracellular matrix components have differing effects on keratinocyte motility. Signalling through integrin receptors and secretion of collagenase are both components of this process. An understanding of the effect of extracellular matrix on keratinocyte migration has direct relevance to the problem of wound re‐epithelialization and will assist in the development of therapeutic efforts to enhance wound healing … Continue reading “Latest Research on Keratinocyte : July – 2020”