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Stodart, Kathy - - 2010
Walsh, Barry - - 2010
Wayman, Susan - - 2010
Bland, Michael - - 2010
Mehrtens, Jos - - 2010
Johnson, Marita - - 2010
Smith, Nichola - - 2010
Newton, Kirsty - - 2010
Nicholson, Melva - - 2010
Dawka, Sushil - - 2010
Agarwal, Ankit - - 2010
Yagnik, Vipul - - 2010
The Rapunzel syndrome is a very rare condition where trichobezoar has extended up to the small bowel. Here we are reporting a rare case of Rapunzel syndrome in an adolescent girl with history of trichophagia who presented with small bowel obstruction. Patient underwent exploratory laparotomy and bezoar was removed through ...
Wani, Imtiaz - - 2010
Most splenic cysts are parasitic. Hydatid disease, a parasitic disease, is endemic in Kashmir. Splenic involvement alone in hydatid disease is very rare. It may remain asymptomatic or, by causing pressure due to increasing size on adjacent viscera, may become symptomatic. A non specific presentation always makes diagnosis difficult. A ...
Singh, Ajai - - 2010
An isolated dislocation of pisiform bone in a sixteen years male child has been reported here with its clinical presentation, treatment and a brief review of literature. The aim of presenting this case is its rarity due to trauma.
Jayakumar, J. - - 2010
Diabetic muscle infarction is a rare complication in patients of long standing diabetes mellitus with multiple end organ microvascular sequelae. A case of a 69 year old lady with a 10 year history of diabetes mellitus, with sudden onset of right thigh pain is described here. This case illustrates the ...
Eghwrudjakpor, P.O. - - 2010
The treatment of hydrocephalus has undergone remarkable transformation since it was first documented over two thousand years ago. Currently, the focus of hydrocephalus research is on minimally invasive techniques of treatment. This article reviews the evolution of hydrocephalus therapy, and examines current attitudes towards modern methods. We relied on journal ...
Tripathi, Shalini - - 2010
Sepsis is the most common cause of neonatal mortality. As per National Neonatal Perinatal Database (NNPD) 2002-2003, the incidence of neonatal sepsis in India was 30 per 1000 live birth. It is 3% among intramural babies and 39.7% among extramural admissions. The early manifestations of neonatal sepsis are vague and ...
Xu, ShiQin - - 2010
Intracellular signalling transduction plays a pivotal role in cell activation, and the regulation of gene transcription needs the involvement of series of nuclear factors. Nuclear transcription factor- kappa B, one of the key factors in mediating gene expression, takes an essential part in a body of physiological and pathological processes. ...
Prakash, Anand - - 2010
The Bender-Gestalt test (B-G test) was administered to examine its prognostic implications in an Ethiopian sample with unipolar depression. Total 30 patients with moderate level of depression were included in study and their time taken was compared against the performance on the B-G test. Finally, a significant difference was found ...
Okeji, Mark - - 2010
This study was carried out to evaluate the X-ray beam collimation practice, among radiographers, as a measure of radiation protection for patients undergoing radiodiagnostic investigations. Inadequate X-ray beam collimation practice was observed in all the hospitals studied. Light beam misalignment/malfunction, pressure of work and years of experience were identified as ...
Tambe, D.B. - - 2010
Obesity and cardiovascular risks are closely associated. Hypertension is the most common and early complication of obesity. Obesity is measured with different parameters like Body Mass Index, Waist to Hip Ratio etc. In the present study we have tried to link parameters of obesity with hypertension. We have found that ...
Ahmad, Nadeem - - 2010
The mental health of the child affects his physical health and the learning process. The present study was conducted to study the health status and etiological factors among 58 mentally challenged children in a school for the mentally challenged at Sangamner. Majority of mentally challenged children (68.0%) were in 5-9 ...
Sharma, Geetanjali - - 2010
The present study was carried out for early confirmation of clinically diagnosed patients of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) by electro-diagnostic tests which included motor conduction, sensory conduction studies and F-wave studies. The aim of the study was early confirmation of clinically suspected patients of CTS by motor and sensory conduction ...
Ajayi, E.A. - - 2010
Diabetes mellitus (DM) is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality all over the world. Tight control of diabetes in the outpatients will reduce complications and hospitalizations. This study of Nigerian patients with diabetes examined the adequacy of glycemic and BP control in line with current guidelines. A 4 month ...
Ramchurn, S.K. - - 2010
The Island of Mauritius was affected by a large scale epidemic outbreak of Chikungunya Fever (CHIKF) from February to April 2006. It was observed that this epidemic was associated with an excess mortality during the months of March to May 2006 in Mauritius. This study was aimed to analyze the ...
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