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JSMC, Vol. 4, No. 1, 2014


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CONTINUOUS DARKNESS INDUCES STRUCTURAL CHANGES IN THYROID GLAND OF ADULT MALE RATS Samia A. Eleiwe, Nibras Hatim Khamees and Shilan Hussein Karim The thyroid glands function and structure are influenced by several psychomotor stimulants like: temperature, drugs, chemicals and light. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of continuous darkness on the thyroid glands of male rats. 1-9 September 17, 2012 
TYPES OF ORGANISMS CAUSING URINARY TRACT INFECTION AND THEIR ANTIBIOTIC SENSITIVITY PATTERN IN SULAIMANI TEACHING HOSPITAL Karwan Raoof Hassan, Ismaeel Hama Ameen and Zhian Salah Ramzi Urinary tract infection (UTI) is amongst the most common bacterial infections that prompt patients to seek medical advice. Approximately 10% of human populations get urinary tract infection at some stage of their live. 11-17 September 5, 2013 
PERCEPTION AND AWARENESS ABOUT BIRTH INTERVAL IN A SAMPLE OF WOMEN ATTENDING OUTPATIENT CLINICS OF TEACHING HOSPITALS IN ERBIL CITY Aziza Sdiq Rasul and Tariq Al-Hadithi Adequate child-spacing is considered a positive factor for the health of mothers and their children. This study was done to assess perceptions of women about birth spacing and associated socio-demographic factors. 19-24 August 1, 2013 
THE EFFICACY OF INTRANASAL CORTICOSTEROID THERAPY ON THE ADENOID HYPERTROPHY Muaid I Aziz and Sarwar A Abdulla Adenoid hypertrophy is associated with high morbidity rate in children. Although surgical treatment is indicated in severe cases, however there are evidences that some medical treatments are effective in improving symptoms and signs of patients with adenoid hypertrophy. 31-45 November 1, 2013 
THE EFFICACY OF TWO DIFFERENT COMPOSITE LINERS IN PREVENTING MICROLEAKAGE IN DEEP CLASS II GLASS-CERAMIC MICROHYBRITE COMPOSITE RESTORATION Miwan Salahalddin A. Rahman and Tavga Mustafa Faris Potential liner materials include resin modified glass ionomer (RMGI) and flowable liners have been suggested by some studies to inhibit the occlusal and gingival microleakage in Class II composite restorations, which may act as a flexible intermediate layer, relieving the stresses of polymerization shrinkage and subsequently decreasing the microleakage. 31-45 September 29, 2013 
SEROPREVALENCE OF ANTI-RESPIRATORY SYNCYTIAL VIRUS ANTIBODIES IN HOSPITALIZED PATIENTS WITH ACUTE RESPIRATORY TRACT INFECTIONS IN SULAIMANI GOVERNORATE/ IRAQ Tariq A. G. Aziz and Ali Hattem Hussain Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is a major respiratory pathogen among children, and it is a leading cause of bronchiolitis and pneumonia among hospitalized children. 47-53 November 20, 2013 
ENTERIC FEVER IN SULAIMANI PEDIATRIC TEACHING HOSPITAL: RISK FACTORS, PRESENTATION, AND DRUG SUSCEPTIBILITY Mohammed S Mohammed, Sherko A Omer, Bakir R Rashid and Adnan M Hamawandi Enteric fever is a severe systemic illness characterized by fever and abdominal pain that is caused by dissemination of typhoid Salmonella serovar, Typhi and Paratyphi. These organisms have no known hosts other than humans. 55-61 November 4, 2013 
A POTENTIAL FOR THE SHORTEST TREATMENT OF MODERATELY SEVERE ACNE VULGARIS WITH THE USE OF MINIMUM- AND LOW-DOSE OF ISOTRETINOIN Faraedon Kaftan Acne vulgaris is a common human skin disease. Isotretinoin is one of many pharmaceutical agents used in the treatment of patients with moderate and severe forms of acne. 63-71 November 7, 2013 
Pediococcus pentosaceus SEPTIC ARTHRITIS OF KNEE: A CASE REPORT Mohammed Omer Mohammed, Sherko A Omer, Taha Ahmed Fathulla, Rebar Mohammed Nori and Abdulla Delmany A diabetic man with chronic liver disease developed septic arthritis of knee. The joint infection was caused by Gram positive cocci called Pediococcus pentosaceus. 73-79 February 12, 2014 
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