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Discovery of Immortality Medicine - Consequences of its use, and conflict with God - New Revised

Descripción: Mankind is mortal, as decreed by Almighty God. Mortality is achieved via cellular aging or senescence, which is a process by which a cell becomes old and dies. It happens as a result of shortening of telomeres, to the point that chromosomes reach a critical length. Human cells are constantly aging. Being able to make body cells live forever, certainly creates, some exciting possibilities! Cancer cells are a type of malignant cells. Malignant cells multiply and form a tumor, that grows uncontrollably. Telomerase has been detected in human cancer cells, and is 1020 times more active, than in normal body cells. It provides a selective growth advantage, to many types of tumors. If telomerase activity, is turned off in cancer cells, then telomeres in cancer cells would shorten, just like normal cells. This would prevent cancer proliferation. In essence, preventing telomerase, from performing its function, would change cancer cells from “immortal” to “mortal”.

Por: Hassan Abbas Khawaja

Journal: Vol. 11, N°3, 214
(Dic 10 2018)



From Maxillofacial Surgery to Cosmetic Surgery

Descripción: Dr. Enrique Hernández-Pérez, my friend, and internationally respected colleague, requested that I elaborate on my unique professional journey from maxilofacial surgery to cosmetic surgery. I am a Board Certified Cosmetic Surgeon and a Professor of both Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and Facial Plastic Surgery at Michigan State University (East Lansing, Michigan, U.S.A.). My university studies began with dentistry, later continuing in maxilofacial surgery. While practicing maxilofacial surgery, I also studied medicine, gaining the M.D. degree, and continued study in cosmetic surgery. During these years I came to the conclusión that cosmetic surgery is more than a single discipline. Its foundation actually consists of the amalgamation of diverse disciplines resulting in new ways of diagnosis and treatment, placing it at the forefront of medicine and surgery.

Por: Robert H.Burke

Journal: Vol. 11, N°3, 215
(Dic 10 2018)



How I became a Cosmetic Surgeon

Descripción: I graduated from King Edward Medical College ( KEMC ), currently, King Edward Medical University ( KEMU), in the year 1987. I was selected as a house surgeon, in Surgical Unit II, Services Hospital, Lahore, in the department of general surgery. However, a lot of plastic surgery, was also being carried out there, by the Assistant Professor, Arshad Cheema FRCS. I obtained experience, in the formation of flaps, grafts, reconstruction of the nose, circumcisions, burn management, breast surgery, orthopaedic surgery, maxilla-facial surgery, cancer surgery, and administration of chemotherapy, in addition to general surgery. I was selected in government service, and was offered job as Medical Officer, in Mayo Hospital, Lahore, a 1799 bedded teaching hospital, affiliated to KEMC. My professor incharge, Professor A Waheed FRCS, was very strict and doctors were afraid to work with him. The duty hours were extremely tough, from 24-72 hours at a stretch, including in-patients, out-patients, and emergencies. I got ample opportunity to learn orthopaedic surgery, reconstruction of wounds, genital reconstructive surgery, drainage of abscesses, neck surgery, in addition to general surgery.

Por: Hassan A Khawaja, MD

Journal: Vol. 11, N°3, 216
(Dic 10 2018)



The Making of a Cosmetic Surgeon

Descripción: El Dr Hassan Abbas Khawaja, Crujano Cosmético y particular amigo, recientemente me solicitó un capítulo para su nuevo libro, uno más en su amplia bibliografía. El tema es sobre cómo se forma la forma un Cirujano Cosmético. El libro va a ser publicado en Lahore, Pakistán, y tendrá una muy amplia difusión. Cuando el Dr. Khawaja leyó este artículo, le pareció que debía ser publicado además en MSAJCS. Cumplimos así sus deseos.

Por: Enrique Hernández-Pérez MD, ABCS, ABFCS

Journal: Vol. 11, N°3, 218
(Dic 10 2018)



ZAM ZAM - Is the Cure of Cancer - Revealed

Descripción: Allah, the Creator of everything created the heavens and earth in 6 days. In 2 days, the earth was created and in 4 days, He created the heavens. He created mankind and bestowed innumerable benefits for mankind on this earth. He also created ailments, and one of the deadliest among them is cancer. However, the most Merciful, also created cure for each and every disease. The Holy Quran contains cure for all ailments, physical and spiritual. “We sent down in the Quran that which is a cure and mercy for the faithful”. (17:82) “Say: For those who have faith, it (Quran) is a guidance and healing; but as for those who are faithless, there is a deafness in their ears and it is lost to their sight”. (41:44)

Por: Hassan A Khawaja,MD

Journal: Vol. 11, N°3, 219
(Dic 10 2018)



Cirugía Dermatológica

Caso Clínico 1

Descripción: Paciente femenino de 81 años. 2 meses de evolución de “bolita” en hueco poplíteo izquierdo. Dermatosis localizada en pierna izquierda, en hueco poplíteo. Constituida por nódulo bien delimitado, rosado, de 2 cm de diámetro, superficie húmeda(Fig 1), mostrando una red vascular puntiforme.

Por: Dr. José de Jesús Valdez Velasco
Dra. Jessica Fabiola Valdez Bernal

Journal: Vol. 11, N°3, 211
(Dic 10 2018)



Caso Clínico 2

Descripción: Femenino, 68 años. 3 años crecimiento de “granito” en labio superior. Dermatoscopia: Diagnóstico. Hidradenoma nodular ulcerado. Tratamiento: Extirpación por rasurado y estilete. El hidradenoma nodular es un tumor de anexos conocido bajo otros nombres, tales como: mioepitelioma de células claras, hidroadenoma sólido quístico, acrospiroma écrino y adenoma de glándulas sudoríparas écrinas de células claras. Es una neoplasia epitelial benigna, generalmente localizada en la dermis, y que a veces muestra continuidad con la epidermis, derivada de las porciones intraepidérmica y dérmica del conducto sudoríparo interno. Para B. Ackerman, es de origen apócrino.

Por: Dr. Enrique Hernández-Pérez
Dr. José de Jesús Valdez Velasco
Dra. Jessica Fabiola Valdez Bernal

Journal: Vol. 11, N°3, 212
(Dic 10 2018)



Células Madre y Rejuvenecimiento de los Tejidos Faciales

Descripción: El proceso de envejecimiento afecta a todos los tejidos de la cara y se caracteriza principalmente por una reducción en los volúmenes fisiológicos. Esto determina la ptosis tisular que caracteriza a una cara envejecida. En medicina estética, durante mucho tiempo, se ha intentado compensar esta imperfección mediante la introducción de rellenos que equilibran el volumen perdido. Hoy tenemos la posibilidad de regenerar fisiológicamente todos los tejidos de la cara, devolviendo a esto, no sólo el volumen juvenil normal, sino también la función biológica de los tejidos recién formados. El tratamiento inicialmente implica la diferenciación de células madre quiescentes presentes, fisiológicamente, en todos nuestros tejidos y su posterior estimulación metabólica y proliferativa para optimizar el estado biológico del tejido tratado. Esto resulta en la neoformación de células juveniles metabólicamente activas que restauran el cuerpo al tejido al restaurar el volumen. Una vez que se alcanza el volumen fisiológico, el tejido detiene su regeneración, porque la mecano transducción limita el riesgo de hiperplasia. Dependiendo de los diferentes tejidos y la vida media de las nuevas células formadas, el tratamiento, una vez que se alcanza el volumen fisiológico, se mantiene por diferentes tiempos.

Por: Dr. Maurizio Ceccarelli y Colaboradores Centro Internacional para el Estudio y la Investigación en Medicina y Fisiología Estética Roma, Italia

Journal: Vol. 11, N°3, 213
(Dic 10 2018)



Editorial

Editorial - Ética y Cirugía Cosmética

Descripción: Se considera como Cirujano Cosmético al Médico que teniendo una especialización acreditada en Dermatología, Cirugía Plástica o Cirugia Máxilofacial, efectúa además al menos un año completo dedicado íntegramente a un entrenamiento completo –residencia acreditada, con teoría y práctica--exclusivamente en Cirugía Cosmética. Al final de ese período debe aprobar un examen teórico y práctico sobre el curso recibido.

Por: Dr Enrique Hernández-Pérez

Journal: Vol. 11, N°3, 210
(Dic 10 2018)



Sección de Resúmenes

Resúmenes de Literatura en Cirugía Cosmética

Descripción: Achieving aesthetic results with forehead augmentation procedures remains challenging. The authors have developed a method of integrated forehead and temporal augmentation using a three-dimensional (3D) printing-assisted methyl methacrylate implant. Objectives Aim of the study was to assess the importance of combined temporal augmentation when performing forehead augmentation. Methods The authors included 34 patients (from 2000 to 2010) who underwent forehead augmentation with a methyl methacrylate implant contoured in situ during surgery and 41 patients (from 2010 to 2016) who underwent integrated forehead and temporal augmentation with a prefabricated methyl methacrylate implant. They conducted a retrospective chart review of patient data including operation time, complications, and instances of revision surgery. Two blinded plastic surgeons scored the aesthetic results of the operations on a 4-point scale (1, poor, to 4, excellent) based on preoperative and posttreatment photographs.

Por: Hassan A Khawaja, MD

Journal: Vol. 11, N°3, 217
(Dic 10 2018)





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