Volume 13 No 1 (June 2014)

cover June 2014 issue

 

Picture shows an abdominal dissection of a 65 years old male cadaver, with multiple variations of the right kidney vasculature. There were double right renal arteries with prehilar branching of the upper renal artery. The renal vein ascended upwards obliquely before ending in the lateral aspect of the inferior vena cava.

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IIUM Teaching Hospital: The Way Forward109.8 KiB2717
New Coumarinic Azo-Derivatives of Metoclopramide and Diphenhydramine: Synthesis and In Vitro Testing for Cholinesterase Inhibitory Effect and Protection Ability against Chlorpyrifos 184.7 KiB1181
Antidiabetic Efficacy of Nigella sativa Linn. in Alloxan-induced Diabetic Rabbits 358.7 KiB2695
Stress and Its Association with the Academic Performance of Undergraduate Fourth Year Medical Students at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia146.5 KiB24299
Effects of Eurycoma Longifolia Extract on the Isolated Rat Heart362.6 KiB1732
Conserved Peptide with Therapeutic Potential to Overcome Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma389.5 KiB953
Pharmacogenomics Based Practice in Malaysia: The Attitude, Knowledge and Adoption by the Healthcare Professionals201.5 KiB1683
Turnover Intention among Public Sector Health Workforce: Is Job Satisfaction the Issue? 150.9 KiB3747
Multiple Renal Arteries with an Ascending Upward Renal Vein of the Right Kidney: a Case Report468.7 KiB1115
Allergic Reaction Following Insertion of Vancomycin Loaded in Bone Cement300.8 KiB2059
Diagnostic Dilemma in Metaplastic Chondroid Breast Carcinoma188.7 KiB1658
A Case of Eosinophilic Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis (Churg-Strauss, EGPA) Presenting With Relapsed Mononeuritis Multiplex129.6 KiB1849
Hemorrhagic Thoracic Spinal Epidural Angiolipoma: A Case Report353.3 KiB1040
Acute Appendicitis in Pregnancy: a Diagnostic and Management Challenge134.4 KiB3541
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