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  JUNE 2019
   VOLUME 4 ISSUE 1
   VOLUME 4 ISSUE 1 (S)

EDITORIAL

  1. From Good to Great
    Mohd Zamrin Dimon; p1-3
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REVIEW

  1. The Primary Health Care Performance Initiative (PHCPI): Issues and Challenges for Malaysia as a Trailblazer Country
    Anis Safura Ramli, Sri Wahyu Taher, Zainal Fitri Zakaria; et al; p4-21
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  2. Fitness to Practise for Doctors and Medical Students with Mental Issues in Malaysia
    Muhammad Darwiis Abdullah, Aiman Faiz Ahmad Fuad, Hafiz Ilmie Rahman, Mark Tan Kiak Min; p22-29
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ORIGINAL ARTICLES

  1. CRP and IL-6 levels of Gingival Crevicular Fluid in stroke survivors: A pilot study
    Normaliza Ab. Malik, Sa’ari Mohamad Yatim, Lijian Jin, Colman McGrath; p30-38
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  2. IOP Lowering Effects of Ocimum basilicum Seed Extract in Two Rabbit Models of Ocular Hypertension
    Renu Agarwal, SK Gupta, Sushma Srivastava, Rohit Saxena; p39-46
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  3. Seroprevalence, Knowledge, Attitude and Practice Regarding Prevention of Hepatitis C among Municipal Waste Collectors in Penang Island, Malaysia
    Surajudeen Abiola Abdulrahman, Siti Fatimah Kader Maideen, Fairuz Fadzilah Rahim, Abdul Rashid; p47-57
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CASE REPORT

  1. The Invisible Evil Twin of an Adrenal Adenoma
    Aimi Fadilah M, Fatimah MS, Nor Aisyah Z, et al ; p58-63
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  2. Partial Adrenal Suppression with Prolonged Use of Depo-Provera
    Nur Aisyah Zainordin, Fatimah Zaherah Mohd Shah, Rohana Abdul Ghani; p64-66
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IMAGE QUIZ

  1. JCHS-IQ-01-2019
    Mazuin Mohd Razalli, Alan Basil Peter
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    Contrast enhanced Computed Tomography study of the abdomen in axial views; (A) of the right adrenal gland and (B) of the left adrenal gland (in red box) with its corresponding magnified images. The right adrenal gland, despite bulky, is normal in appearance. There is a non-enhancing hypodense nodule with foci of calcification within arising from the left adrenal gland.

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    (a) Gross examination of the adrenal gland revealed a well-defined nodule on one side of the gland (black arrow), the rest of the adrenal cortex was normal, with no evidence of hyperplasia (red arrow).

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    (b)Photomicrograph of showed a well circumscribed nodule (arrow) surrounded by a thin rim of fibrous tissue (Haematoxylin and Eosin (H&E), magnification 40X).

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    (c) the cells within the nodules are composed polygonal cells with round nucleus and foamy cytoplasm (H&E, magnification 400X).

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    (d) the rest of the adrenal gland show normal morphology (H&E, magnification 40X).

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