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From Colonoscope to Microscope: the Diagnosis of Trichuris Trichiura

Case Report of International Journal of Case Reports From Colonoscope to Microscope: the Diagnosis of Trichuris Trichiura Sushma Krishna*1, Shine Sadasivan2, Kavitha Dinesh3, Aswathy S4, Shamsul Karim5 1Ex-Assistant Professor, Department Of Microbiology, Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, Cochin- 682041; 2Ex- Associate Professor, Department Of Gastroenterology, Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, Cochin- 682041; 3Ex- Professor & Lab in-charge Department Of Microbiology, Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, Cochin- 682041; 4Professor, Department of Community Medicine, Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, Cochin- 682041; 5Ex-Professor and HOD, Department Of Microbiology, Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, Cochin- 682041 Soil Transmitted Helmenthiasis (STH) is a major public health problem in the developing countries. Trichuriasis is one of the common prevalent parasitic infestations in the tropical and sub-tropical countries across the globe incuding India. However, there has been a steady decline of STH in the last five years where there has been success of albendazole with Mass Drug Administration (MDA) in National Filariasis Control Program and Kerala state has been one of them. We report a case of whipworm infection that was incidentally diagnosed by colonoscopy where repeated stool microscopy was uncontributory. The worm can be overlooked, particularly if colon preparation is not good. Keywords: Colonoscope, Microscope, Diagnosis of Trichuris Trichiura ...

Acute Coronary syndrome in a patient newly diagnosed with Charcot-Marie-Tooth Neuropathy: a review of cardiovascular disease in this inherited neuropathy

Case Report of International Journal of Case Reports Acute Coronary syndrome in a patient newly diagnosed with Charcot-Marie-Tooth Neuropathy: a review of cardiovascular disease in this inherited neuropathy Garrick Edouard Laudin1, Thomas De Beenhouwer2 1Department of Internal medicine: Kalafong Provincial Tertiary Hospital (University of Pretoria),University of Pretoria – Department of Internal Medicine, Kalafong Provincial Tertiary Hospital (Klinikala Building); 1 Klipspringer Street, Atteridgeville, Pretoria (South Africa), 0008 2Department of Cardiology: Steve Biko Academic Hospital (University of Pretoria) Whilst we suspect that there is no clear association between the two major diagnoses we made in this patient during this hospitalisation (i.e. coronary artery disease and CMT neuropathy), the literature from a series of published case reports does perhaps show an association between CMT and abnormalities of cardiac conduction. Brief Summary: This case reports follows the occurrence of an antero-lateral ST segment elevation myocardial infarction in a 34-year-old male newly diagnosed with an inherited neuropathy in the form of Charcot-Marie-Tooth type 1A. Keywords: Acute Coronary syndrome, Charcot-Marie-Tooth Neuropathy, cardiovascular disease ...

Two Options the sweetest among them is bitter: Fournier-gangrene associated with sodium-glucose co-transporter 2-inhibitors

Case Report of Global Journal of Urology and Nephrology Two Options the sweetest among them is bitter: Fournier-gangrene associated with sodium-glucose co-transporter 2-inhibitors Awad Magbri, MD, FACP, Mariam El-Magbri, BSC, MPH, Kamran Suljuki, PharmD, MBA, Shaukat Rashid, MD. Regency Vascular Access, Toledo, OH The authors discuss a case of sodium-glucose co-transporter 2 inhibitor associated with Fournier-gangrene in a patient with type-2 diabetes millets. The patient had extensive surgical intervention and skin graft but succumbed to her disease. Keywords: Fournier’s gangrene, diabetes, perineum infection, sodium-glucose cotransporter-2 inhibitors, glycosuria ...

Teachers’ Knowledge, Attitude and Practices of Differentiated Instruction: The Case of Department of Educational Planning and Management Faculty of Education University of Gondar

Research Article of Open Journal of Language and Linguistics Teachers’ Knowledge, Attitude and Practices of Differentiated Instruction: The Case of Department of Educational Planning and Management Faculty of Education University of Gondar Addis Tsegaye Zegeye Department of Teacher Education and Curriculum Studies, College of Education & Behavioral Sciences, Bahir Dar University Students’ populations are becoming more academically diverse due to ever increasing variety of learners in the heterogeneous classroom make-up. Effective teachers in contemporary classrooms have to learn to develop classroom routines that attend to learner variance in order to raise students’ achievement. Teachers need to focus on using sound instructional practices that will improve students’ performance for all types of learners. The purpose of the study was to investigate the teachers’ knowledge, attitude and practice of differentiated instruction in the case of faculty of education in the department of Educational Planning and Management (EdPM) at University of Gondar(UoG). The study employed qualitative research method with case study design which was used to answer the research questions raised. The research participants were dean of the faculty of education, the department head of EdPM and teachers at UoG. The participants were purposively selected. Interview and Focus Group Discussion were used to collect data. The data obtained were analyzed and interpreted using qualitative description and narration .The results of the analysis showed that teachers have positive attitude towards Differentiated Instruction (DI). However, the elements of DI were not properly practiced yet as expected for a number of reasons. It was then concluded that the prevailing practice of DI was poor. In addition to this, the trend of using the lecture method frequently and assessing students based on examinations as mere modes of teaching and assessment were emphasized at the faculty. To overcome this, it was suggested that the current mode of teaching ...

Article Review on the Current Education policy and curriculum issues in Ethiopia: Trends that Reveal the Problem of Practicing Policy Provisions in Institutions

Review Article of Open Journal of Language and Linguistics Article Review on the Current Education policy and curriculum issues in Ethiopia: Trends that Reveal the Problem of Practicing Policy Provisions in Institutions Addis Tsegaye Zegeye Department of Teacher Education and Curriculum Studies, College of Education & Behavioral Sciences, Bahir Dar University Education and development are closely related endeavours. This is the main reason why we always say Education is the key instrument in the development of nations. Education, as a very important factor to human development, is of a high priority in the overall development endeavor of the government. Hence, it requires an appropriate direction to set a new process in motion and change the alarming situation. For this, a comprehensive education and training policy is formulated. It is having this due attention that the different researchers study on the education and training of Ethiopia and the different policy provisions for citizens. This paper is a review of twenty research studies conducted on Ethiopian education policy provisions and curriculum issues. Its purpose is to understand how much of the education policy provisions and curriculum issues were investigated in those researches and to reveal the possible problems of practicing the provisions in institutions. The examination of the main focus of each study revealed that the Current Ethiopian Education and Training Policy has addressed or incorporated the different provisions such as diversity, gender, language, issues of multicultural education, and mother tongue education. But most of the policy provisions were not sufficiently institutionalized and implemented as expected. Possible reasons for the problem of practicing the different policy provisions in institutions and the way forward are discussed. Keywords: Education, Education policy, Curriculum, policy provision, Institutions, Ethiopia ...

Article Critique entitled: “The Analysis of the Opinions of School Directors about Their Knowledge of the Curriculums and Their Support and Control in the Implementation”

Review Article of Open Journal of Language and Linguistics Article Critique entitled: “The Analysis of the Opinions of School Directors about Their Knowledge of the Curriculums and Their Support and Control in the Implementation” Desalegn Ejigu Tefera Bahir Dar University The present paper offers a critical review of the article published under the title of “The Analysis of the Opinions of School Directors about Their Knowledge of the Curriculums and Their Support and Control in the Implementation”. The reviewed article aimed at analyzing the opinions of school directors related to their levels of recognition, comprehension and explanation, along with their support and their supervisory duties in the process of the implementation of the curriculum. This study was conducted with a qualitative research approach. In this study, phenomenological research design was used since the subject of this study is to make sense of the experiences and the behaviors of school directors related to their comprehension of curriculum, their support in the application and their inspection task in the implementation of the curriculum. In this study, a semi structured interview form consisting of three basic questions was used as data collection tool along with the interview technique in which the probing of these questions are made. The research group is determined in terms of simple sampling method and consists of 28 secondary school directors. The data collected through interviews is analyzed through content analysis. Hence, the reviewer followed theoretical, epistemological and methodological approaches to qualitative research sought to critically appraise the article. Accordingly, the article was written in line with qualitative research approach and it had some limitations that lessen its empirical power. Keywords: Article Critique, Opinions of School Directors, Knowledge of the Curriculums, Support and Control in the Implementation ...