What's new in academic international medicine? The perils of neglecting diseases
The World Health Organization defines neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) as a group of 20 parasitic, bacterial, and viral conditions predominantly present in the destitute areas of the tropics. A...
Perioperative hearing loss after nonotological surgeries – What is the role of anesthesia?
Transient, low-frequency hearing loss after anesthesia, especially due to neuraxial block, usually goes unnoticed by patients, and thus they do not report to a physician. However, the chances of ane...
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International Journal of Academic Medicine, an official publication of The American College of Academic International Medicine, INDUSEM and OPUS 12 Foundation, Inc. is a peer-reviewed online journal publishing 3 issues per year with print on demand options. The journal’s full text is available online at www.ijam-web.org