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Reprints of previously published work can be requested and before we send out the prints, the author receives an electronic proof, sent as an email for his approval. Post his consent, the reprints are made and released to the individual.

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  • These manuscripts can be used to circulate your work among your peers, family and other professionals who might benefit in their work through your work. It’s the perfect way for you to show them what you do, in all its glory.
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The reprints are provided in high quality glossy paper of 21.0 x 29.7cm (A4) with 4-color advanced printing technique.

Our Latest Reprints

Are Computer-Controlled, Pressure Modulated Knee Rehabilitation Machines Valuabl...

By Paul J Roubal

Orthopedics

  • Format: PDF, Fulltext |
  • Published: August, 2019 |
  • Pages: 12

Abstract:Background: To determine if a patented new computer controlled, pressure modulated knee rehabilitation machine was more effective, in rehabilitation of total knee arthroplasty, tha...

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On the Future of Fetish/ Affective Value

By Shin’ya NAGASAWA*

  • Format: PDF, Fulltext |
  • Published: August, 2019 |
  • Pages: 6

Abstract:This paper describes our research on the future of fetish value and affective/Kansei value such as Relation between Affective/Kansei Value and Fetish Value of Karl Marx, Reasons Wh...

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Cognitive and Behavioral Changes After Surgery and Deep Brain Stimulation in Par...

By Mervat Wahba*

Psychology

  • Format: PDF, Fulltext |
  • Published: July, 2019 |
  • Pages: 6

Abstract: Surgical interventions for Parkinson’s disease may be a treatment option in predominantly unilateral symptoms in patients whose symptoms are not adequately managed by other trea...

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Secondary Hypogonadism at Patients Hormonally Treated for Prostatic Carcinoma fr...

By Stefan Farsky

  • Format: PDF, Fulltext |
  • Published: May, 2019 |
  • Pages: 3

Abstract:In the cardiologists care are often patients treated for erectile dysfunction or pro static cancer and, vice versa, in the urologist or andrologists care patients treated for hyper...

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Special Clinical Characteristics of Struma Ovarii- Two Unique Cases Report

By Chang Sheng Yin

Gynecology

  • Format: PDF, Fulltext |
  • Published: April, 2019 |
  • Pages: 6

Abstract:Introduction: Struma ovarii is a rare type of ovarian cystic teratoma with composed of predominantly thyroid tissue. It occurs between 30-50 years of age, usually in unilateral ova...

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Meaningful Learning Effectiveness Related to Nets Codes in Students with Autism ...

By Manuel Ojea Rua

Psychology

  • Format: PDF, Fulltext |
  • Published: April, 2019 |
  • Pages: 10

Abstract:One of the characteristics of students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is significant deficits in coding global learning. Simmons Barsalou [1] propose a cognitive structure cor...

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The Office Vaginoscopic Hysteroscopy in Management of Virginal Women with Recurr...

By Chang Sheng Yin

Gynecology

  • Format: PDF, Fulltext |
  • Published: April, 2019 |
  • Pages: 6

Abstract:Introduction: Abnormal uterine bleeding (AUB) is the most common reason to visit gynecology outpatient clinic. Virginal women are a challenge for gynecologist in management of AUB....

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Non-United Fracture Scaphoid Surgery, Simple Step by Step Precise Technique

By Safa Eldin Abaza*

Orthopedics

  • Format: PDF, Fulltext |
  • Published: April, 2019 |
  • Pages: 8

Abstract:For many years, we have been using a simplified reconstruction technique for scaphoid non-unions that involves the use of precise iliac bone graft first described by modified Matti...

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Introduction to Carbon Nanotube Hybrid Textiles

By Mark J Schulz

  • Format: PDF, Fulltext |
  • Published: April, 2019 |
  • Pages: 10

Abstract:Carbon nanotube hybrid textiles (CNHT) are produced from a carbon nanotube (CNT) gas phase pyrolysis floating catalyst process with particle injection. The CNT based metal and cera...

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Water Justice and its Dynamic Links to Water Resource Management, Water Security...

By Anita L Meldrum

  • Format: PDF, Fulltext |
  • Published: April, 2019 |
  • Pages: 11

Abstract:Climate justice is a new issue in terms of its aim to resolve an emerging and very complex set of problems, including woman empowerment, health and economic development, food and p...

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Exploring the Factors Influencing Nurses Work Motivation

By Ibrahim Yahya Alhakami

  • Format: PDF, Fulltext |
  • Published: November, 2018 |
  • Pages: 16

Abstract:Work motivation is a key to emerge and enhance the nurses satisfaction and their work performance. Accordingly, the factors that affect the work motivation among nurses became esse...

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome in a patient with Riche- Cannieu Anastomosis

By Mervat Wahba

Neurology & Neuroscience

  • Format: PDF, Fulltext |
  • Published: October, 2018 |
  • Pages: 6

Abstract:The intrinsic hand muscles are innervated by the ulnar and median nerves. There are anatomic anomalous innervations in the upper extremities that every electromyographer should b...

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Rheumatoid Arthritis and Tuberculosis Link, 3 Cases of T.B. Tenosynovitis Wrist

By Safa Eldin Abaza*

Orthopedics

  • Format: PDF, Fulltext |
  • Published: September, 2018 |
  • Pages: 10

Abstract:Three cases of sever synovitis and tenosynovitis of the wrist were sent to the author for surgical synovectomy and tenosynovectomies after failure of the medical treatment with bio...

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