Prevalence of Mood Disorders Amongst Dermatological Patients in a Tertiary Care Hospital
The prevalence of psychiatric conditions among dermatology clinic patients is quite high. This study aims to assess and measure the prevalence of anxiety and depression disorders, and to assess any significant association with clinical, social, and epidemiological variables.
Use of Medical Photography Among Dermatologists and Plastic Surgeons in Saudi Arabia
The benefit of utilizing smart technologies for medical photography is apparent, however its safety concerns related to legal rights of practitioners and patients warrant attention. Objectives: This study aimed to evaluate the use of medical photography among dermatologists and plastic surgeons in Saudi Arabia.
Clostridioides difficile infection presenting as ileus
Clostridioides difficile (previously, Clostridium difficile) is a frequent cause of hospital-acquired diarrhoea and has shown a rising trend in community-acquired infections as well, with widespread use of antibiotics, among other risk factors. The disease has significant morbidity; a fulminant course may result in death.
Studies on Autoimmune Diseases in Australasia Region: An Epidemiological Perspective
Except the rheumatoid arthritis and the autoimmune thyroiditis the general prevalence of the autoimmune disease is rare in occurrence and generally affects approximately only five percent of the population particularly in the Western Countries
I am pleased to present to you this latest issue of the year 2022. Australasian medical Journal was established in the year 2008 and ever since its inception; the Journal has been consistently publishing scholarly and systematic study findings at issue release frequency of twelve issues per year.