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Synchronous bilateral breast cancer in a patient with Klinefelter’s syndrome
H M R Hoque, A Kothari, H Hamed, et al
International Journal of General Medicine , 2010, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/IJGM.S7821
Abstract: chronous bilateral breast cancer in a patient with Klinefelter’s syndrome Case report (4601) Total Article Views Authors: H M R Hoque, A Kothari, H Hamed, et al Published Date December 2009 Volume 2010:3 Pages 19 - 21 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/IJGM.S7821 H M R Hoque, A Kothari, H Hamed, I S Fentiman Hedley Atkins Breast Unit, Guys’ Hospital, London, UK Abstract: Synchronous bilateral male breast cancer (MBC) is rare and only a few cases have been reported in the literature. The majority of MBC patients have no definable risk factors. We describe a case with Klinefelter’s syndrome, prior thymic irradiation, testicular surgery, and first degree family history in a 61-year-old male.
Synchronous bilateral breast cancer in a patient with Klinefelter’s syndrome
H M R Hoque,A Kothari,H Hamed,et al
International Journal of General Medicine , 2009,
Abstract: H M R Hoque, A Kothari, H Hamed, I S FentimanHedley Atkins Breast Unit, Guys’ Hospital, London, UKAbstract: Synchronous bilateral male breast cancer (MBC) is rare and only a few cases have been reported in the literature. The majority of MBC patients have no definable risk factors. We describe a case with Klinefelter’s syndrome, prior thymic irradiation, testicular surgery, and first degree family history in a 61-year-old male.Keywords: male breast cancer, Klinefelter’s syndrome, bilateral, risk factors
Videos in Improving Farmers’ Innovation Capacity for Climate-Smart Forest and Agricultural Practices: An Experience of Madhupur Sal Forest in Bangladesh  [PDF]
M. A. Sarker, Ataharul H. Chowdhury, Mahmuda Hoque, Baokun Lei, K. H. Kabir
Journal of Geoscience and Environment Protection (GEP) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/gep.2018.63008
Abstract:
Madhupur Sal forest is one of the major forests in Bangladesh which is also under intimidation of severe deforestation due to settlement of the ethnic people and encroachment for farming. However, deforestation is one of the major factors responsible for climatic change events like recurrent natural calamities and degradation of natural resources. Thus, a pilot project was taken in the forest area by Bangladesh Agricultural University to minimize carbon emission through introduction of low emission agricultural practices (vermi-compost and botanical pesticide) in crop production and to increase women’s participation in social forestry program. It also introduced improved cooker in the study area for reducing amount of fire wood for cooking. Video mediated extension approach was used to teach the people of the forest community regarding the consequences of climate change on their livelihoods. Findings showed that, project beneficiaries are now impressively aware on consequences of climate change issues. Around 75% of them are now using own made vermi-compost and botanical pesticide in agricultural production mixed with social forestry, while 42% of them are using improved cooker which has significantly reduced amount of fire wood for cooking. This is ultimately contributing in minimizing the rate of deforestation. However, the project initiatives have created alternate income opportunities of the forest community people through safe and organic cultivation of vegetables and fruits in the leased land. On the other hand, this social forestry programme will directly contribute in reducing consequences of climate change in the long run.
Quality of care for under-fives in first-level health facilities in one district of Bangladesh
Arifeen,S.E.; Bryce,J.; Gouws,E.; Baqui,A.H.; Black,R.E.; Hoque,D.M.E.; Chowdhury,E.K.; Yunus,M.; Begum,N.; Akter,T.; Siddique,A.;
Bulletin of the World Health Organization , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0042-96862005000400009
Abstract: objective: the multi-country evaluation of integrated management of childhood illness (imci) effectiveness, cost and impact (mce) is a global evaluation to determine the impact of imci on health outcomes and its cost-effectiveness. mce studies are under way in bangladesh, brazil, peru, uganda and the united republic of tanzania. the objective of this analysis from the bangladesh mce study was to describe the quality of care delivered to sick children under 5 years old in first-level government health facilities, to inform government planning of child health programmes. methods: generic mce health facility survey tools were adapted, translated and pre-tested. medical doctors trained in imci and these tools conducted the survey in all 19 health facilities in the study areas. the data were collected using observations, exit interviews, inventories and interviews with facility providers. findings: few of the sick children seeking care at these facilities were fully assessed or correctly treated, and almost none of their caregivers were advised on how to continue the care of the child at home. over one-third of the sick children whose care was observed were managed by lower-level workers who were significantly more likely than higher-level workers to classify the sick child correctly and to provide correct information on home care to the caregiver. conclusion: these results demonstrate an urgent need for interventions to improve the quality of care provided for sick children in first-level facilities in bangladesh, and suggest that including lower-level workers as targets for imci case-management training may be beneficial. the findings suggest that the imci strategy offers a promising set of interventions to address the child health service problems in bangladesh.
Synthesis, characterization of a multi-component metal oxide (Al0.88Fe0.67Zn0.28O3) and elimination of As (III) from aqueous solution.  [PDF]
M. A. Subhan, S. A. Monim, M. B. R. Bhuiyan, A. N. Chowdhury, M. Islam, M. A. Hoque
Open Journal of Inorganic Chemistry (OJIC) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/ojic.2011.12002
Abstract: The multi-component oxide (Al0.88Fe0.67Zn0.28O3)) surface (abbreviated as MCOS) was prepared to optimize the effectiveness of the elimination of As (III) from aqueous solution. The oxide surface was synthe-sized by co-precipitation method using corresponding metal carbonates. It was characterized by XRD, TGA and DSC. The surface morphology of MCOS was observed in SEM and the elemental analysis was accomplished by EDX. The composition of Al2O3, Fe2O3 & ZnO was 23.6, 39.9 and 20.6 wt% respectively in XRF analysis. The specific surface area was found 389.85 m2 g-1. Batch experiments were performed to remove As (III) from aqueous solution considering various parameters such as effect of pH, contact time, initial arsenic concentration, temperature and sor-bent dosage. The maximum sorption capacity of the surface was almost steady from pH 4 to pH 9. Kinetic study shows that As (III) sorption is following second order rate equation with the rate constant of 80×10-2 g mg-1 min-1 at room temperature and this rate was increased with increasing temperature which indicates the sorption was endothermic process. The free energy change, ΔGo was negative which proves that the sorption was spontaneous and thermodynamically favorable. Sorption isotherm was interpreted by Langmuir equation and the maximum sorption capacity of oxide monolayer was 13×10-2 mg g-1.
Biochemical Analysis on Blood and Crop Contents of Household Chickens Along With Their Production and Health Status in Bangladesh
S. K. M. A. Islam, M. Alauddin1, M. M. Hassan, S. A. Khan, M. R. Alam, M. Saifuddin, S. Sultana, H. M. Tun2, A. H. Shaikat, N. C. Debnath and M. A. Hoque* B. Hossain, A. S. M. L. Ahasan, A. K. M.
Pakistan Veterinary Journal , 2012,
Abstract: This study aimed to assess the biochemical parameters of household chickens at crop and blood levels and measure the body weight. For this purpose, 350 Deshi (local) and 27 Fayoumi day old chicks were reared in 2 separate brooders within a house for 15 days. Body weight, serum total protein and calcium levels of these chicks were evaluated on day 0 and 15. After control house trial, birds were distributed among the selected households. Again, body weights and certain biochemical parameters were assessed from randomly selected birds at 60, 120 and 180 days of age. Fayoumi birds gained higher weight (P<0.001) than at control trial, whereas Deshi birds attained better weight (P<0.001) at household. Crop contents were dominated by carbohydrate. The level of crude proteins and calcium in crop contents increased along with age regardless of bird types. The average phosphorous in the crop contents was 0.3% (60 days), 2.6% (120) and 0.7% (180) regardless of bird types. Both serum total protein (P<0.05) and calcium (P<0.05) were significantly difference in between bird types at control house study. In conclusion, Deshi birds attained higher weight at household. The crude protein was below standard. Calcium and Phosphorous levels in the crop contents varied with ages, regardless of bird types.
Effects of Azotobacter Inoculant on the Yield and Nitrogen Uptake by Wheat
M. A. Kader,M. H. Mian,M. S. Hoque
Journal of Biological Sciences , 2002,
Abstract: A pot experiment was conducted to evaluating the effects of Azotobacter inoculant on the yield of wheat (cv. Kanchan). The treatments were T0 (control), T1, T2, T3, T4 and T5. Except 1000 grain weight, all the yield components of wheat viz. plant height, filled spikelets spike ̄1, spike length and the number of grain spike ̄1 were influenced significantly by the treatments. The highest grain yield of 780 mg plant ̄1 i.e. 84% increase over the control (425 mg plant ̄1) was obtained due to the treatment of T5 which did not differ significantly from the yield obtained (687 mg plant ̄1, 732 mg plant ̄1 and 715 mg plant ̄1) with the application of T1, T3 and T4, respectively. There was 18% increase in grain yields due to using Azotobacter inoculant only over the control, which was not statistically significant. The straw yields showed a similar pattern. Azotobacter inoculation also influenced the root growth significantly. Total N uptake in grain, straw and root increased significantly due to different treatments. The highest N uptake (23.17 mg plant ̄1) was recorded with the treatment T5 and the lowest with the T0 (control), (11.03 mg plant ̄1). The total N uptake was increased by 89, 36, 101, 88 and 109% over the control due to T1, T2, T3, T4 and T5, respectively. Azotobacter either alone or in combination with urea N had some beneficial effects on the yield of wheat, which amounted to saving about 20% of urea N.
Study on the Effect of Plant Spacing on the Production of Turmeric at Farmer`s Field
F. Islam,M. R. Karim,M. Shahjahan,M. O. Hoque
Asian Journal of Plant Sciences , 2002,
Abstract: The research work was conducted to find out the optimum plant spacing for maximizing the yield of turmeric. Four plant spacing i.e., 45 x 10, 45 x 20, 45 x 30 and 60 x 30 cm2 were considered in the study. The highest average yield (17.87 t ha -1) was obtained from 45 x 10 cm2 plant spacing which was closely followed (16.77 t ha -1) by 45 x 20 cm2 plant spacing. While the lowest average yield (13.42 t ha -1) was recorded from 60 x 30 cm2 plant spacing in respective two years. So, in agronomic point of view, 45 x 10 cm2 plant spacing is suitable but economically 45 x 20 cm2 plant spacing is viable for turmeric production.
Growth Performance of Ipil Ipil (Leocaena leococephala (Lam.) de wit.) Under Different Conditions at Nursery Stage in Bangladesh
M.A. Alam,M.A. Matin,M.M. Hoque,A.T.M.R. Hoque
Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences , 2004,
Abstract: In the present investigation the growth performance of Ipil-Ipil (Leucaena leucocephala (Lam.) de wit.) seedling was studied under different conditions in the nursery. In dry season, the growth is poor, but starting the wet season, there was sharp rise in growth. In height and diameter growth, Seedbed under peat with cowdung mixture showed the best result, then polybag and plastic tray in all the media. In all types of containers, peat with cowdung mixture showed the best result. Similarly seedling growth performances showed good relation with seasonal variations. Leaf production also showed the same trend with seasonal variations as well as growth performance.
Seed Morphology and Germination of Ipil-Ipil (Leocaena leococephala (Lam.) De Wit.) under Different Conditions at Nursery Stage in Bangladesh
M.A. Alam,M.A. Matin,M.M. Hoque,A.T.M.R. Hoque
Asian Journal of Plant Sciences , 2005,
Abstract: The morphological characteristics of the fruits and seeds, germination and seedling growth performance of Ipil-Ipil (Leucaena leucocephala (Lam.) de wit.) were studied under different conditions in the nursery. The average length (cm), breath (cm) and number of seed per fruits varied from (19.71 0.08); (2.11 0.03) and (20.08 0.61) as well as seeds, the length (cm), breath (cm), thickness (cm) and dry weight per seeds (g) ranges from (0.83 0.03); (0.55 0.014); (0.169 0.04) and (0.059 0.002). The rate of untreated seed germination was tried in the polybag, seed tray and seedbed. The highest germination was found in polybag under peat with cowdung mixture about (66%) and lowest germination was found in seedbed in all rooting media.
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