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  DEC 2016
   VOLUME 1   ISSUE 2

EDITORIAL

  1. Zika on Board
    Ariza Adnan, Nurhuda Ismail ; p1-3
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  2. Herd Immunity or Heard Not of Immunity?
    Anis Siham Zainal Abidin, Masri Mohamed, Mazidah Nordin ; p4-7
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ORIGINAL ARTICLES

  1. Self-perceived Anxiety Symptoms and its Associated Factors among Type 2 Diabetic Patients in Rural Communities of Malaysia
    Azlina wati Nikmat, Mohd Ariff Fadzil, Sakinah Idris ; p11-17
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  2. Detection of Sarcocyst in Meat from Local Markets in Selangor: Highlighting the Use of Crude Sample in PCR
    Azdayanti Muslim, Putri Shafinaz Sharudin, Atiqah Yunus, et al ; p18-21
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  3. Quintuplex PCR to Detect Antibiotic Resistance Genes in Streptococcus pneumoniae
    Navindra Kumari Palanisamy, Parasakthi Navaratnam, Shamala Devi Sekaran ; p22-28
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  4. Seroprevalence of Enterically Transmitted Hepatitis in North West India
    Rekha Bachhiwal, Rajni Sharma, Pooja Gupta, et al ; p29-32
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CASE REPORTS

  1. A Rare Case of Tuberculous Prostatitis
    Nurul Yaqeen Esa, Mohammad Hanafiah, Marymol Koshy, et al ; p33-36
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  2. Adult Intramuscular Shoulder Angiomyolipoma: A Rare Case
    Kadhim Jawad Obaid, Yahya Mohammad Arpine, Nor Salmah Bakar, et al ; p37-40
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  3. Invasive Pneumococcal Pneumonia with Massive Empyema: A Case Report
    Tin Nwe Latt, Noor Shafina Mohd Nor ; p41-47
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  4. A Case Report of Intramuscular Abscess Secondary to Epicoccum nigrum infection
    Azira NMS, Zeehaida M, Nazli Z, et al ; p48-51
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Bradyzoites (banana shaped with nucleus) under light microscopy ×100 magnification
MRI images of the tumour. A) T1 coronal image showing the mass returns isointense signal to muscle. B) T2 sagittal image showing hyperintense signal to muscle. C) The mass is not suppressed in STIR sequence. D) Axial post contrast image show heterogenous enhancement. Note a signal void focus within the tumour in keeping with calcification.
Predominantly fat component at the edge of the mass (top) and sponge-like appearance of the richly vascular area (lower half)
The mass is composed of mature adipose tissue (top), smooth muscle bundles (arrow) and vascular channels (bottom). (H&E magnification ×4)
There is little perivascular epithelioid cells present in this specimen (arrow). These cells are negative with HMB-45 marker by immunohischemical stain. (H&E magnification ×10)
Ultrasound images (A & B) of the left scrotum. The sagittal view of the left scrotum shows a well-defined heterogeneous hypoechoic lesion (*) arising from the tail of the left epididymis. Note is made of the normal appearance of the head of the left epididymis (black arrow)
Axial MRI images of the pelvis demonstrating a lesion within the right side of the prostate (white arrow). This lesion shows intermediate signal in T2-Weighted sequence (A), minimal enhancement on post gadolinium T1- Weighted sequence (B) and diffusion restriction on Diffusion-Weighted sequence (C & D)

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