Sep -Dec 2015 / Volume 1/ Issue 3

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  • Abstract Academic integrity and ethics are an integral part of the good scientific research. Publications in a peer reviewed journal are an important measure of performance in medical institutions. However, today, similar to all other aspects of human life, even research in medicine has seen a tremendous
  • Authors S Vijay Shankar, K Amita
  • Category Editorial

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  • Abstract Aims: To study the prevalence of microalbuminuria, insulin resistance (IR), and metabolic syndrome in patients with essential hypertension (HTN). Materials and Methods: It’s a prospective study done on 50 consecutive hypertensive patients admitted in MVJ Medical College
  • Authors A N Roopa, K S Somashekara Reddy, P Chandrashekara, K R Umabai, H S Madhuvan
  • Category Original article

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  • Abstract Background and Aim: It is a well-known fact that many health indices have a relationship with anthropometric indices. With this in mind, the correlation of dyslipidemia with anthropometric indices was done to bring to light the best anthropometric index in predicting the same.
  • Authors Pushpa Sarkar, S K Mahadeva, H Raghunath, V Nimisha, T Sibi Mandela
  • Category Original article

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  • Abstract Aim of the Study: Spleen is a clinically important organ because of its immunological and hematological role in the body. It can show a wide range of variation, the knowledge of which is important for physicians, surgeons and radiologists The present study was done to perform a morphometric analysis of cadaveric spleens and compare the results with previous studies.
  • Authors M Sangeeta, K L Varalakshmi, B N Sahana
  • Category Original article

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  • Abstract Introduction: Drowning is a type of asphyxia due to aspiration of fluid into air passages, caused by submersion in water or any other fluid. Materials and Methods: In this study, all drowning cases autopsied during the period January 1st, 2011 to December 31st, 2014 were analyzed at the
  • Authors A G Vijay Kumar, M G Shivaramu, U Kumar
  • Category Short Communication

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  • Abstract Malignant melanoma of the rectum is a very rare and aggressive disease. It represents up to 4% of all anorectal malignancies. Rectal melanoma most common presents in the fifth to sixth decades as rectal bleeding or anal pain. Rectal melanoma is often misdiagnosed as hemorrhoids
  • Authors Aniruna Dey, T K Sinha Riti
  • Category Case Report

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  • Abstract Primary sarcomas of the breast are rare tumors of mesenchymal origin. Owing to the rarity, clear consensus regarding diagnosis and management are lacking. Early and accurate diagnosis may help improve the outcome in patients with these tumors. Fine-needle aspiration cytology may not be able to diagnose sarcomas accurately, and tru-cut biopsy may
  • Authors Santosh Nagaraju, Sakshi Vaishnav, Aravinda K Nirmala
  • Category Case Report

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  • Abstract Non-parasitic primary (epidermoid) splenic cysts are rare lesions and manifest clinically only when they attain large sizes. Though benign in nature, yet early removal of splenic cysts is essential to avoid serious complications. Two such cases of primary splenic cysts are being presented.
  • Authors Balwant D Kowe, Suprita P Nayak, Dinkar T Kumbhalkar
  • Category Case Report

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  • Abstract Dysmenorrhea is one of the most common gynecological problems among female students, which may be the leading cause of absenteeism from college.[1] Dysmenorrhea is defined as painful menstrual cramps of uterine origin.
  • Authors R Archana, Kumar Sai Sailesh, Deepthy Purushothaman, B Udaya Kumar Reddy, J K Mukkadan
  • Category Letter to editor

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  • Abstract A 50 years female presented with recurrent diarrhea and abdominal pain since last 6 months. History of weight loss present, no other complaints, general examination revealed only pallor.
  • Authors Dharitri M Bhat, Sanjay N Parate
  • Category Image quiz

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