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Russian Open Medical Journal (RusOMJ) (ISSN 2304-3415) is an international peer reviewed open access e-journal. RusOMJ publishes high quality original articles, reviews, bibliographies, clinical studies, case reports, news, and comment articles in English language in all field of medicine. RusOMJ is published quarterly (March, June, September, and December). Publishing in RusOMJ is free of charge. If your work is of good quality and fits the journal scope, we welcome it for peer reviewing. If you decide to submit your paper, please ease our work by carefully adhering to our journal requirements.

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Volume 3, issue 1

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Hossein Ali Ebrahimi, Nouzar Nakhaee, Roohollah Zahmatkesh, Maraym Mirzaee, Study of acute flaccid paralysis surveillance system in Kerman (Iran) for one decade
Background — During the past decade, polio eradication has stalled globally. Acute flaccid paralysis (AFP) surveillance is a key strategy for monitoring the progress of polio eradication. All AFP patients who referred to expert committee were evaluated about the causes. Methods — This case....
Firat Zafer Mengeloglu, Seyda Karabörk, Esra Kocoglu, Tekin Tas, Özlem Bucak, Performance of rapid test in detection of HBsAg in frozen sera
Background — Hepatitis B is a widespread infectious disease throughout the world. Clinical and laboratory diagnosis of this infection is important. Rapid test of hepatitis B, known as cassette test, is a useful test that is easy to perform as well as it may have lack of sensitivity and....
A.Y. Marocho, Alex S. Vavrinchuk, N.E. Kosyh, E.V. Pryanishnikov, Climat and malign skin tumors (research with geografic information system in Khabarovsk Krai)
In this research the effect of 12 climate risk factors of skin cancer and skin melanoma were studied in a population of Khabarovsk Krai using climate geographic information system by the methods of correlation and regression analysis. It was found that the incidence of skin cancer strongly....
Rangaswamy Vedavalli, Satish Korah Kuruvila, Deciduoma of the ovary complicating pregnancy
A 24 yr old Primigravida who conceived spontaneously came with two months amenorrhea for confirmation of pregnancy and routine checkup. Her 1st trimester scan, showed a single intra – uterine viable pregnancy of 8-9 weeks, with a right adnexal mass of about 10.7x7.7x10.3 cm with solid and....
Mehmet Erdem Memetoğlu, Rasim Kutlu, Özge Gülsüm Memetoğlu, Tamer Kehlibar, Mehmet Yılmaz, Rafet Günay, Bülend Ketenci, Mehmet Raşit Güney, Mahmut Murat Demirtaş, Deniz Özel, The evaluation of mean platelet volume levels in patients with primary and secondary Raynaud’s Phenomenon
Background — Mean platelet volume (MPV) is an indicator of platelet activation. The pathophysiology of the primary and secondary Raynaud’s Phenomenon (RP) have not been completely established. The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between MPV and RP. Materials and Methods....
Maurice Samuel Devaraj, Promotion and inhibition of mutation in pathogens
This paper presents the research findings of a sequence of three experiments that were used to assess the impact of a cell’s stage in its life cycle on mutatability and its possible mechanism. The first experiment consisted of a modified fluctuation test (Luria-Delbruck) to test for concurrency....
Arghavan Shariat, Ardalan Shariat, Ahmad Abedi, Shamsul Bahri Mohd Tamrin, Physical activity as a prescription for the children with cerebral palsy
After so many years devoted to practicing medicine as children physiotherapists, the therapists finally found the importance of balance training exercises in children who suffer from cerebral palsy. It is only through controlling balance that we can achieve improvement in body movement and....
Anca Chiriac, Anca E. Chiriac, Tudor Pinteala, Elena Gologan, Caius Solovan, Piotr Brzezinski, Yellow palms and feet in a child
The yellowish discoloration of the palms and skin is reported under different terms: xanthodermia, hypercarotenemia, carotenemia, carotenodermia. Yellow discoloration of the skin may be associated with carotenemia, hypothyroidism, diabetes mellitus, hyperlipoproteinemia, liver disease, and renal....
Kamila A. Kolesnik, Oksana V. Denga, Olga А. Makarenko, Changes of hard dental and bone tissue of alveolar process in rats on the orthodontic tooth movement on the background of an experimental goiter
Aim of this study was to study the state of dental hard and bone tissues of alveolar process in rats with the model of orthodontic tooth movement at the experimental goiter based on the analysis of bone phosphatases and proteases activity. Material and Methods —Experimental study with the model....
Pramila Dharmshaktu, Jayeeta Bhowmick, Dinesh Dhanwal, Superior vena cava syndrome due to intravascular thrombosis in a patient with rheumatoid arthritis without antiphospholipid antibody syndrome: Is rheumatoid arthritis a separate hypercoagulable state
We report a 60 year male with long history of joint pain later diagnosed as rheumatoid arthritis (RA) who presented with dyspnoea and swelling over neck& upper chest. A clinical diagnosis of superior vena cava (SVC) syndrome was made. Patient fulfilled criteria for definite rheumatoid....