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Published : 24th March 2023
Authors : Bon EI*, Maksimovich NYe, Zimatkin SM, Misyuk VA, Voronchikhin GYu
Citation : Bon EI, et al. (2023). Piriform and Entorhinal Cortex of the Rat Brain – Cyto- And Chemoarchitectonics. Mathews J Case Rep. 8(3):96.
Published : 24th March 2023
Authors : Nizar Cherni1, Abdallah Chaachou1, Wael Ferjaoui2,*, Samir Ghozzi1, Mohamed Dridi1
Citation : Cherni N, et al. (2023). About an Exceptional Complications of Intravesical BCG Therapy. Mathews J Case Rep. 8(4):99.
Published : 21st March 2023
Authors : Takuji Shirasawa1*, Luis Carlos Aguilar Cobos2
Citation : Shirasawa T, et al. (2023). Cytokine-induced Neurogenesis Can Reverse Cognitive Decline in Alzheimer’s Disease. Mathews J Case Rep. 8(3):97.
Published : 18th March 2023
Authors : Mrigakshi Borah1, Ria Biswas1, Aritra Saha2,*, Ajit Kumar Pegu3
Citation : Borah M, et al. (2023). Gastritis in Young Adults, the Evil in Disguise: A Review of Literature. Mathews J Case Rep. 8(3):98.
Published : 16th March 2023
Authors : Tuakashikila Y1, MataHM1, Kabamba MM1, Mashinda DM2, Mulaji CK1, Elongi JPM, Malumba AM1, Tuakuila JK1,4*
Citation : Tuakashikila Y, et al. (2023). Evaluation of Plasma Manganese Levels in Pregnancy and Outcome Implications, Kinshasa, DR Congo. Mathews J Case Rep. 8(3):94.
Published : 07th March 2023
Authors : Farid Gharagozloo1,*, Robert Poston2, Rainer WG Gruessner3
Citation : Gharagozloo F, et al. (2023). The Health Care Quality Improvement Act and the National Practitioner Databank: Constitutional Violations and Preservation of Civil Rights for Physicians. Mathews J Case Rep. 8(3):93.