Jan-Apr 2015 Volume 1 Issue 1

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  • Abstract Background: Scalp lesions being easily accessible for aspiration, fine-needle aspiration cytology (FNAC) offers a minimally invasive, rapid pre-operative diagnostic procedure, avoiding the hazards of open biopsy at this vital site. Benign entities in this region may mimic malignancy clinically and radiologically. FNAC helps to plan surgery, ruling out malignancy in the benign cases, and offering typing of the malignant ones.
  • Authors S R Hingway, Poornima Kodate
  • Category Original article

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  • Abstract Objective: The aim was to observe the effect of Raja yoga meditation on serum lipid profile and fasting blood sugar (FBS) levels in healthy adults. Material and Methods: The case-control study included total 100 participants of either sex, in the age 25-45 years.
  • Authors Archana Mandape, Jyotsana Bharshankar, Mrunal Phatak
  • Category Original article

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  • Abstract Vasospastic angina (VA) is characterized by segments of coronary artery that have exaggerated constrictor response to a variety of stimuli, resulting in partial or complete occlusion of the vessel, leading to myocardial ischemia. Here, we are presenting a case...
  • Authors Ashish H Shah, Eduardas Subkovas, Christopher M Bellamy, Nicholas P Waterfield, Paul Das
  • Category Case Report

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  • Abstract We present here an unusual cause of paroxysmal atrial fibrillation in a 40-year-old Caucasian woman diagnosed years later with echocardiography of a large left atrial mxyoma together with an image of the excised tumor and its histology.
  • Authors Thanh Trung Phan, Rachel Bird, Andrew Turley
  • Category Case Report

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  • Abstract Guillain–Barré syndrome (GBS) presents as an acute inflammatory polyradiculoneuropathy with diminished reflexes and resultant weakness. Most patients complain of paresthesias, numbness, or similar sensory changes. Paresthesia begins in the toes and fingertips, progressing upwards, but generally does not extend beyond the wrists or ankles.
  • Authors Chandan Kachru, Anupama Bahadur, Manju Dagar, Ragini Agrawal
  • Category Case Report

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  • Abstract The thyroglossal duct cysts (TDC) are cystic expansions, arising from the abortive obliteration of the duct during embryogenesis. They represent the most common congenital...
  • Authors Sankappa P Sinhasan, Ravi Sankar, Kumaran Colbert, Ramachandra V Bhat
  • Category Case Report

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  • Abstract Background and Objectives: Enterococcal meningitis is an uncommon disease. Usually Enterococcal meningitis cases will have a remote infection focus or have underlying diseases like malignancy, diabetes mellitus, and renal failure. We are reporting a case of Enterococcal meningitis in patient without any predisposing illness.
  • Authors T A Dhanalakshmi, S Vijaya, Sulaiman Sharieff
  • Category Case Report

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  • Abstract Primary adenoid cystic carcinoma (ACC) of the cervix is an extremely rare condition. It generally occurs in post-menopausal women with vaginal bleeding being the main presenting symptom. In the present case
  • Authors Suprita P Nayak, Balwant D Kowe, Dinkar T Kumbhalkar
  • Category Case Report

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  • Abstract An elderly woman presented with uterine prolapse and complaints of constipation. On examination, she was found to have abdominal distension secondary to subacute intestinal obstruction.
  • Authors U Ashwini Nayak
  • Category Case Report

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