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December 2016

Volume 1 Issue 3 

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Research Article

Phermonal Components of Intact Male Mice Preputial Gland in Relation to Flutamide Effects

Merza H. Homady*, Majeed AA

The present study is designed to investigate the effect of 2mg/ml/day of flutamide on the melanocortin -5-recepter (MC5R); total lipid compounds; essential pheromone compounds and histological  structure of the preputial gland of intact male mice after 42 days of treatment. Such treatment is resulted in a significant increase (P<0.01) of MC5R level as compared with the control group. Moreover the total lipid contents did not alter from that of the control, but most of the essential pheromones compounds are disappeared.

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Case Report

Petroclival Canal: A Rare Passage of the Abducens Nerve at the Petroclival Region-Anatomic Variation

Selim Kayaci*, Timur Yildirim, Mustafa Ogden, Ozkan Unal, Bulent Sam, Yilmaz Ucuncu

Petroclival canal (PCC), which occurs as a result of petrosfenoidal ligament (PSL) calsification is a different passage for the abducens nerve path. During performing the anatomic dissection of petroclival region of a the cadaveric specimen, we incidentally noted existence of a bony canal in which abducens nerve was passing through petro-occipital fissure (POF), petroclival canal. This variation was also confirmed by thin sections of computed tomography images.

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Case Report

Acrochordon Arising From Vulvar and Thigh, 15 to 150 mm: Report of 5 Cases

Fernando Anschau*, Manoel Afonso Guimarães Gonçalves

Acrochordons commonly develop from skin on the neck and axillary region, but may be found on any region of body, such as vulvar area or thigh. These lesions are a type of mesenchymal lesion commonly called fibroepithelial polyps, soft fibroids, skin tags or fibroma pendulans. We present here a report of 5 cases of acrochordons in the vulvar region and thigh that reflect the heterogeneity of clinical presentations reported in the literature. Appropriate management of patients who are seen for vulvar acrochordons can significantly improve the quality of life of these women.

 

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