May - August 2017 Volume 3 |  Issue 2

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Current Issue: May-Aug 2017 Volume 3 Issue 2

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It gives me immense pleasure to present the second issue of JMSH in its third year. The journal is growing in stature with respect to the quality of research publications over the last few years and is widely accepted and appreciated by the medical read more...

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  • Abstract The 1st day of the month of July is observed as Doctor’s day in India. It is to honor the legendary physician Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy (Dr. B C Roy) who was born on July 1st and passed away too on this date. After completing his initial medical graduation from Calcutta, he went on to obtain the MRCP and FRCS degrees in London before returning to India in 1911.
  • Authors Suhas Chandran, Kishor M
  • Category Guest Editorial

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  • Abstract Background: Assessment drives learning. Continuous assessment (CA) is used to enhance sustained students’ learning with quality. It has many advantages and some disadvantages. This work aims to study student perceptions toward CA and its implementation and correlate it with their academic achievements.
  • Authors Assad Ali Rezigalla, Asim Mohammed Abdalla, Heitham Mutwakil Mohammed, Muntaser Mohammed Alhassen, Mohammed Abbas Mohammed
  • Category Original article

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  • Abstract Background: Screening of blood is now a routinely done procedure in all blood banks. It is mandatory to screen blood for transfusion transmitted diseases (TTD) as blood transfusion can cause transmission of infections to its recipients. Blood is a major source of hepatitis B virus (HBV), hepatitis C virus (HCV), and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Proper screening and donor selection
  • Authors Riti T K Sinha, Aniruna Dey
  • Category Original article

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  • Abstract Background and Objectives: Needle stick injury (NSI) is one of the most common occupational hazards faced by the health-care providers. Studies have shown a high prevalence of NSI and low level of awareness on reporting the injury and post exposure prophylaxis (PEP) among junior doctors. Hence, the present study was undertaken
  • Authors Aishwarya Megnath, Aliya Nusrath, N Asha Rani
  • Category Original article

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  • Abstract Pulmonary agenesis is an extremely rare congenital anomaly with an incidence varying between 1/10,000 and 12,000 births. It is defined as complete absence of bronchus, parenchyma, and vessels which may vary in degrees of severity. A variety of congenital malformations of skeletal, cardiovascular, genitourinary, and gastrointestinal systems
  • Authors Pradosh Kumar Sarangi1, Sanket Kulkarni1, Sasmita Parida2, Basanta Manjari Swain2, Jayashree Mohanty3
  • Category Case Report

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  • Abstract Cystic adenomatoid pulmonary malformation (CAPM) is a congenital abnormality of lung which is rare in adults. Here, we report a case of 46-year-old female presented with dyspnea on exertion. Chest radiograph and computed tomography scan showed a single cyst in the posterior segment of right upper lobe in parahilar region with radiological
  • Authors Archana Randale, Sanjay Parate, Saroj Meshram1, Shilpa Tathe
  • Category Case Report

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  • Abstract A 36-year-old gentleman, presented with right hemiparesis and internuclear ophthalmoplegia, was operated for left pontine cavernoma [Figure 1]. He followed up in outpatient department with gradual onset of palatal myoclonus 13 months post-surgery post-surgery [Figure 2 and 3]. Patient was evaluated with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) brain which
  • Authors Perikal J Parichay, Kiran Khanapure, T J Aniruddha, J V Mahendra, Krishna C Joshi, Sunil V Furtado, A S Hegde
  • Category Image quiz

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