Scholarena Journal of Infectious Diseases (SAJID) is a multidisciplinary peer reviewed, open access journal which covers wide aspects in the study of infectious diseases. Its research is focused on academic, medical and industrial applications.

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RECENT ARTICLES
Surgical Management of Congenital Umbilical Hernia in Cross-Holstein Friesian Calf
A four-month-old Holstein Friesian crossbred calf weighing 70 kg was admitted to Offa Woreda veterinary clinic with a history of swelling at the umbilical region three months ago. Clinical examination revealed an umbilical hernia on palpation, an ov...
Cholesterol / HDL Ratio Categories and Estimated Coronary Artery Disease Risk
Background: Total cholesterol to HDL- Cholesterol ratio (TC/HDL-C) has been recommended as a strong predictor of future cardiovascular events. There is no previous report on the relationship between lipid ratios and their subgroups with other corona...
Epidermoid Cyst of the Floor of the Mouth
Epidermoid cyst in the floor of the mouth is an uncommon developmental lesion. The pathogenesis is the entrapment of the ectodermal tissue along embryonic fusion lines. The clinical presen- tation is a progressive swelling in the floor of the mouth a...
Impact of Zika Virus Infection on Male Reproductive Health (Case Study)
Zika is an arthropod-borne flavivirus identified in 1947. It has stood out in the world health panorama since the increase in the report of cases of microcephaly and Guillain-Barré Syndrome. It is reported that after infection by this agent, severe...
MYXOFIBROSARCOMA of the Subglottis - A Rare Case Report
Larynx is an essential midline structure situated at the meeting point of digestive and respiratory passage in the neck. As it is a composite Osseo-fibro cartilaginous structure, it comprises of various cell types. Laryngeal cancers are an important ...
Characteristics of the Production of Extracellularly Secreted Substances and the Removal of Gaseous Toluene by Microorganisms Cultivated with Gaseous Toluene as a Substrate
We conducted a basic study on the influence of substances extracellularly secreted by microorganisms on gas removal by microorganisms. Toluene-degrading bacteria were the target microorganisms, which were cultured in inorganic liquid culture media u...