A. K. Mandal

Nisreen Sherif Alyasiri1
G. Garner1
1Nisreen Sherif Alyasiri
1G. Garner
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Genitourinary tuberculosis contributes to 10-14% of extrapulmonary tuberculosis and is a major health problem in India. Prostate tuberculosis is uncommon and is usually found incidentally following transurethral resection. The most common mode of involvement is hematogenous, though descending infection and direct intracanalicular extension is known.(More)
  • M. Shabbir Alam, Asgar Ali, Syed Jafar Mehdi, Nisreen Sherif Alyasiri, Zakia Kazim, Swaraj Batra +2 others
  • 2011
Definite progress in understanding the etiology of cervical cancer has been achieved, and some types of human papillomavirus have been established as the central cause of cervical cancer worldwide. This study investigates the human papillomavirus infection and its correlation with apoptosis and clinicopathologic characteristics in squamous cell carcinoma of(More)
Dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans (DFSP) is an uncommon, slow growing and locally aggressive tumor of the skin with a high rate of recurrence even after supposedly wide excision. The reports of regional lymph node metastasis and distant metastasis are very rare. Because of the extreme rarity of these cases with metastasis, the experience with management of(More)
BACKGROUND The application of precision medicine in oncology requires in-depth characterisation of a patient's tumours and the dynamics of their responses to treatment. PATIENTS AND METHODS We used next-generation sequencing of circulating cell-free DNA (cfDNA) to monitor the response of a KIT p.L576P-mutant metastatic vaginal mucosal melanoma to(More)
BACKGROUND & OBJECTIVES A total of 237 Nicobarese subjects who had received hepatitis B vaccination as part of mass vaccination project during 2000-2001 were screened for anti-HBsAg titres by quantitative ELISA five years after vaccination. METHODS Anti-HBsAg antibody was estimated using quantitative ELISA. Proportion of the subjects with protective(More)
Emphasising the point that the contralateral breast plays a vital role in the prognosis of breast cancer, Foote & Stewart (1945) reported that the presence of a cancer in the ipsi-lateral breast is the single most important factor for increased risk in the opposite breast. Prophylactic mastec-tomy of the opposite breast had been advocated in the past(More)
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