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May 2020 -
Volume 18, Issue 5

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From the Editor

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Letter to the Editor
Impact of Age Factor in COVID-19 Infectivity in Population of Nowshera KP, Pakistan
Hamzullah Khan
DOI: 10.5742MEWFM.2020.93813

Original Contribution

[Abstract]

Physician’s Satisfaction Regarding Plan of Care among Physicians in Abha City, Saudi Arabia, 2018
Maher Abdulkarim Alsmail, Safar A. Alsaleem, Bandar Alasmari
[pdf]
DOI: 10.5742MEWFM.2020.93804


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Adult Allergic Rhinitis in Aseer, Southwestern Region of Saudi Arabia: Prevalence and its Concomitant Aspects
Badr Al-Ghamdi
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DOI: 10.5742MEWFM.2020.93805

Population and Community Health

[Abstract]
Knowledge and attitude of dyslipidemia among school teachers in Ahad Rufaidah, Aseer Region, Saudi Arabia
Mansoor Abdullah Al-Lajhar, Mohammad S. Al-Shahrani, Naif M. Alqahtani
[pdf]
DOI: 10.5742MEWFM.2020.93806

[Abstract]
The safest values of high density lipoproteins in the plasma
Mehmet Rami Helvaci, Abdulrazak Abyad, Lesley Pocock
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DOI: 10.5742MEWFM.2020.93807

Clinical Research and Methods

[Abstract]
Intra-articular injection of hyaluronic acid in patients with knee osteoarthritis in Aden, Yemen
Abdulsalam Abdullah Hadi Mohsen
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DOI: 10.5742MEWFM.2020.93808

Education and Training

[Abstract]

Minor Surgery in Primary Care; Audit Report
Muhammad Hameed, Shabana Shaheen
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DOI: 10.5742MEWFM.2020.93809

Reviews

[Abstract]
Food allergies in atopic dermatitis
Idris Akinwande, Kazeem Salako
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DOI: 10.5742MEWFM.2020.93810

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Parkinson’s Disease: An update on Pathophysiology, Epidemiology, Diagnosis and Management.
Part 1 : Background and Epidemiology

Abdulrazak Abyad
[pdf]
DOI: 10.5742MEWFM.2020.93811

Case Report

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Congenital Acinar Dysplasia: A Familial Cause of Severe Primary Lung Hypoplasia
Ashwag Asiri, Ali Alsuheel Asseri , Ahmed Aldurah, Eman Saeed Sallem , Bayan Hanif Al-Qahtani
[pdf]
DOI: 10.5742MEWFM.2020.93812



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May 2020 - Volume 18, Issue 5

Parkinson’s Disease: An update on Pathophysiology, Epidemiology, Diagnosis and Management
Part 1 : Background and Epidemiology

Correspondence:
Dr Abdulrazak Abyad
Email: aabyad@cyberia.net.lb

Received: March 2020; Accepted: April 2020; Published: May 1, 2020. Citation: Abdulrazak Abyad. Parkinson’s Disease: An update on Pathophysiology, Epidemiology, Diagnosis and Management Part 1 : Background and Epidemiology. World Family Medicine. 2020; 18(5): 67-71
DOI: 10.5742MEWFM.2020.93811

Abstract

The relationship between Atopic dermatitis and food allergies remain controversial, it is not uncommon for patients and their care givers to question the possibility of allergy to food items acting as triggers for flare ups. This article seeks to examine the relationship between atopic dermatitis and food allergies and discusses the diagnosis of food allergy in patients with atopic dermatitis.

Key words: Parkinsons, epidemiology, pandemic

 







 


 

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