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JSMC, Vol. 4, No. 2, 2014


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Perinatal Outcome of Breech Presentation at the Maternity Teaching Ho spital in Erbil City Shilan Youssif Abdulla and Tariq Al-Hadithi Increased perinatal mortality and morbidity with breech presentation is recognized. The objective of this study was to determine the perinatal outcome of breech presentation in Erbil Maternity Teaching Hospital. 81-85 September 17, 2013 
The Correlation between Interferon-α And Interleukin-6 WI TH Syst emic Lupus Erythematosus Disease Act ivity Dana Mohammed Tofiq, Raouf Rahim Mirza, Ali Hattem Hussain and Zaid Ramadhan Mohammed Systemic lupus erythematosus is a chronic autoimmune disease affecting many organ systems with diverse clinical manifestations in association with autoantibodies to components of the cell nucleus. 87-95 November 24, 2013 
OUTCOME OF CAPITONNAGE IN MANAGEMENT OF PULMONARY HYDATIDOSIS Aram Baram and Saffa H. Al Ali Pulmonary hydatidosis is an endemic disease in Iraq. The treatment of choice for pulmonary hydatid disease (PHD) is surgical. The the aims of surgery are evacuation of cyst contents, closure of bronchial openings, and prevention of intra-operative soiling 97-104 November 24, 2013 
Neural tube defects in Sulaimaniyah, Iraqi Kurdistan: a descriptive study of 50 cases Ari Sami Hussain Nadhim, Nasih Othman and Nabaz Mohammed Mustafa Very little is known about neural tube defects (NTDs) in Iraqi Kurdistan. This study was undertaken in Sulaymaniyah province in order to describe these defects in the area and report on the outcome of patients. 105-113 February 3, 2014 
MAST CELLS AND APOPTOTIC BODIES IN SEBORRHEIC KERATOSIS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN UVB INDUCED SEBORRHEIC KERATOSIS IN MICE AND SPORADIC CASES IN HUMANS Nabil AM Salmo , Azad Kareem Saeedb, Snur Muhammad-Amin Hassan and Hasanaein H Khudeir Exposure to ultraviolet type B (UVB) radiation induces a number of pathologic changes in skin, including erythema, edema, epidermal hyperplasia, sunburn cell formation, immune suppression and eventually leads to cancer development. 115-124 February 18, 2014 
A Review of 27 Patients Tr eated With Parotidectomy at Al-Yarmouk Teaching Hospital Hayder Sabah Salem Al- Kawaz, Esan H. Salem and Shilan Hussein Karim Parotid gland tumors are the majority of tumors which arise in the salivary glands. Recommended treatment for parotid pathologies is surgical excision. Injury of the facial nerve is the most common complication encountered after parotid surgery. 125-130 February 18, 2014 
Identification of Glandular differentiation in appendiceal carcinoid tumor- A study in Sulaimania city Asmaa N. Abdullah , Hadeel A. Yasseen Hassanain H. Khudier and Ali Ibrahim Carcinoid tumor of appendix is the most common appendiceal tumor. Both the classical and mixed carcinoid tumor could be identified using the routine H&E stain. 131-142 March 1, 2014 
Maternal and Neonatal Outcome of Term Pregnancies Presented With Reduced Fetal Movement Sundus Yousif Kellow * and Hala Adnan Maternal perception of fetal movements is the most common method to assess fetal wellbeing in most communities nowadys. It is regarded as unstructured screening on which most pregnant women depend. 143-152 March 7, 2013 
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