A teacher at Hilla University College publishes scientific research in an international journal classified within Scopus containers Q2
A teacher at Hilla University College publishes scientific research in an international journal classified within Scopus containers Q2The faculty member in the Department of Dentistry at Hilla University College, Dr. (Hajar Hassan Hussein), published a scientific research in one of the reputable scientific journals (Clinical Schizophrenia & Related Psychoses), which is classified within the Scopus containers Q2and entitled:(Relationship between features of chest computed tomography in patients with COVID19 among different age groups and liver damage)((The correlation between chest CT Features of patients with COVID 19 among different age groups and liver damage))The research dealt with: the current study, the aim was to evaluate chest CT scan as the best way to detect typical imaging features of COVID-19 patients, so that CT chest scan could help in the diagnosis and triage of suspected or confirmed COVID-19 patients in areas with ability Limited to PCR diagnostics and can improve early isolation, contact tracing and treatment, thereby helping to reduce community spread, disease and mortality. Moreover, the second major finding was that aspartate aminotransferase (AST) and alanine aminotransferase (ALT) should be considered as the number one cause of high mortality in COVID-19 patients.Finally, there are a number of important limitations to consider. First, a large sample size is needed to validate the association between AST and ALT levels and the risk of death in patients with COVID-19 in the future. Additionally, future research should focus on investigating CT scans to diagnose and stage cancer, check if it has returned, and monitor if treatment is working.