Pathophysiology Lynch syndrome is the familial clustering of colorectal and endometrial cancers. This syndrome is passed in an autosomal dominant fashion within families with defective mismatch repair as the genetic basis for cancer development in these patients.
Around 9 out of 10 men (90%) and 7 out of 10 women (70%) with the HNPCC gene fault develop bowel cancer by age 70.
Surgery for Lynch syndrome colon cancer is more likely to involve the removal of more of the colon, since people with Lynch syndrome have a high risk of developing additional colon cancer in the future.
Receiver Operating Characteristic curve analysis of Anthropometric Physiological and Biochemical indices and a comparison between four International definitions JSS, mATP-III, IDF and ATP-III for screening Metabolic Syndrome among Pre- and Postmenopausal Rural females of Amritsar (Punjab) PPT Version |
Nisreen K Aref
To compare serum leptin levels in obese women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and normal ovulatory obese subjects in Saudi Arabia, and to evaluate the interrelationship between leptin concentration, sex hormones, and insulin resistance. PPT Version |