September - December 2016 | Vol 02 | Issue 03

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  • Abstract Williams–Campbell syndrome is a rare congenital syndrome characterized by the absence of cartilage in subsegmental bronchi leading to formation of bronchiectasis distal to the affected bronchi. The syndrome is usually presented in childhood
  • Authors Tanvi Meha, Anshul Raja, Anil Kumar Jaiswal
  • Category Case Report

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  • Abstract A case of 6-year-old male child with multiple, diffuse plaque-like lesions with crusting on the extremities, face, and the trunk. Histopathology of the lesions confirmed cutaneous chromoblastomycosis which is a slowly progressive mycosis caused by dematiaceous fungi.
  • Authors Kunal Sharma, S R Negi, Rajni Joshee, Kanchan Rathore
  • Category Case Report

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  • Abstract Currently, cardiovascular diseases are the most common cause of morbidity and mortality in worldwide. Acute coronary syndromes (ACS) form a significant percentage of this disease spectrum. ACS encompasses non-ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction (NSTEMI), STEMI, and unstable angina. The basic pathophysiology
  • Authors Shivu GN
  • Category Correspondence

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  • Abstract Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is characterized by a progressive decline in the cognitive functions, usually starting with memory complaints and eventually progressing to involve multiple cognitive, neuropsychological, and behavioral domains. Here, we review the possible mechanisms by which
  • Authors R Archana, Kumar Sai Sailesh, Jobby Abraham, Soumya Mishra, Udaya Kumar Reddy, J K Mukkadan
  • Category Narrative Review

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  • Abstract Acute pancreatitis is a common surgical emergency. Alcohol abuse and biliary tract diseases are etiological in the majority of the cases. The diagnosis is made by clinical examination which is supported by laboratory investigations and imaging studies. Most of the acute pancreatitis
  • Authors K Geeta Avadhani1, Arun Kumar Shirshetty2
  • Category Original article

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  • Abstract Acute coronary syndrome (ACS) denotes the acute phase of ischemic coronary artery disease with or without myocardial necrosis. It is the initial working diagnosis later refined by electrocardiography and biomarkers. Diagnostic sensitivity and specificity for ACS
  • Authors K Vanitha, N Sasivathanam, K Nirmala Devi, M Ashok, N Santhi
  • Category Original article

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  • Abstract Background: Cysticercosis is a zoonotic disease. It is caused by the larval form of pork tapeworm Taenia solium. This disease is a public health problem. Several developing countries are listed as endemic area for this disease and major among them are countries of Asia
  • Authors D Shobhitha, Shameem Shariff
  • Category Original article

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  • Abstract Background: The goal of hemovigilance is to improve the safety and quality of blood transfusion services. An identification of adverse transfusion reactions (ATRs) will help to take appropriate steps to reduce their incidence and make blood transfusion safe
  • Authors Riti Tushar Kanti Sinha, Preeti Rai, Aniruna Dey
  • Category Original article

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  • Abstract Viral hepatitis is a serious health problem globally and in endemic countries like India. Viral hepatitis may present as mono-infection or co-infection caused by hepatitis A virus (HAV), hepatitis B virus, hepatitis C virus
  • Authors Monika Agrawal, Kapoor Ruchi, Bajaj Ashish, Saharia Pallab
  • Category Original article

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