2018, Volume 25, Issue 1

Improved Knee Function after Intraarticular Administration of a New Drug Combination: a Case Series Report

Pathological modifications of the large joints (knee, hip, shoulder, ankle) due to trauma and/or inflammation are a common occurrence, which increases as the general population gets simultaneously older and more active[1]. Progress in this therapeutic area has not kept up […]

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Proximal and Distal Humerus Fractures in a Patient with Chronic Inflammatory Joint Disease Undergoing Biologic Therapy

Rheumatoid arthritis affects women more frequently, aged 40 to 70, three times more frequently than men. Bone changes occurring in people with rheumatoid arthritis increase the incidence of fractures in these patients [1]. In the complex fractures of the proximal […]

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Posttraumatic Renal Artery Thrombosis

Posttraumatic renal artery thrombosis is a very rare complication of abdominal trauma which occurs especially in young people, after car accidents, with an increasing incidence in the last few years. There are about 400 reported cases in the literature[1], meaning […]

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Surgical Treatment in Acute Phase of Severe Burns – a Comprehensive Approach

Major burn represents the most severe type of trauma, requiring high standard of treatment into regional specialized bun care centers[1]. According to American Burn Association(ABA), a major burn, which requires hospitalization in burn units, is represented by at least one […]

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The Management of Congenital Ureteral Duplication Anomalies Complications – Case Presentation

Ureteral anomalies often represent a great challenge for physicians regarding their diagnostic and therapeutical management. Ureteral duplication is one of the most frequent urogenital congenital malformations, usually more frequent in female patients, with an incidence rate estimated at approximately 1%[1,2]. […]

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Evaluation of the Metabolic Profile During a Two Week Period in a Balneary Resort

Metabolic syndrome (MetS) is defined as a cluster of elements represented by increased levels of fasting plasma glucose, raised tryglicerides, high blood pressure and modified values of HDL cholesterol associated with the presence of abnormal abdominal waist[1,2]. Due to this […]

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Non-dominant Primary Motor Cortex Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for Moderate to Severe Chronic Pain Caused by…

Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) is a relatively new therapeutic and diagnostic technique that uses non-invasive neuromodulation and has an excellent safety profile[1]. According to recent EAN guidelines on central neurostimulation in chronic pain conditions there is only week evidence […]

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The Role of Histamine and Serotonin in the Control of Vascular Motricity of the Anterior Ocular Segment – Review of..

Histamine and serotonin (5-hydroxytryptamine) are two amino acid derivatives with important biological functions [1]. Histamine, an endogenous monoamine, is synthesized from the histidine and is stored in most tissues and degraded in liver by histaminase. The most important roles of […]

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The Use of Mineral Therapeutic Waters in Metabolic Disorders – a Review of the Literature

Metabolic Syndrome (MetS) represents a group of clinical and biological criteria that when combined can become a potential threat for the development of severe pathologies -diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular disease, obesity. The International Diabetes Federation(IDF) defines the presence of MetS when […]

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ISSN-online 2360-2473
ISSN-L 1223-0472
ISSN-print 1223-0472

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The Modern Medicine / Medicina Moderna is indexed by EBSCO, DOAJUEFSCDI, and INDEX COPERNICUS

CNCSIS Category B+ journal
COD 475 pozitia 230

CME Credits: 10 (Romanian College of Physicians)

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