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In vivo Raman spectroscopy of oral buccal mucosa: a study on malignancy associated changes (MAC)/cancer field effects (CFE).
The findings of the study demonstrate the potential of RS in identifying early transformation changes in oral mucosa and the efficacy of this approach in oral cancer applications.
In vivo Raman spectroscopic identification of premalignant lesions in oral buccal mucosa
- S. Singh, A. Deshmukh, P. Chaturvedi, C. Murali Krishna
- MedicineJournal of biomedical optics
- 25 October 2012
Results suggest that premalignant conditions can be objectively discriminated with both normal and cancerous sites as well as from healthy controls with and without tobacco habits, and further support efficacy of Raman spectroscopic approaches in oral-cancer applications.
Raman mapping of oral buccal mucosa: a spectral histopathology approach
The findings of the study further support the applicability of Raman mapping for providing molecular level insights in normal and malignant conditions.
In vivo Raman spectroscopy–assisted early identification of potential second primary/recurrences in oral cancers: An exploratory study
Utility of identification of potential recurrences by Raman spectroscopy, which has been shown to identify oral precancers, cancers, and field cancerization in humans and micro‐sized mechanical irritation‐induced tumors in animals, is explored.
Prallethrin induced serum biochemical changes in Wistar rats
Cysticercosis of the upper lip
- A. Deshmukh, A. Avadhani, J. Tupkari, M. Sardar
- MedicineJournal of oral and maxillofacial pathology…
- 1 May 2011
A case in a who sought treatment for an asymptomatic nodule in the upper lip revealed a cystic cavity containing clear watery fluid and white membranous flecks, and the histopathology showed features of cysticercosis.
Risk prediction by Raman spectroscopy for disease-free survival in oral cancers
The 76 spectral points identified from the tumors have the potential to accurately predict DFS in oral squamous cell carcinoma through a relatively simplistic prediction model in the absence of confounding factors.
A PERIPHERAL CONCEPT ON ETIOLOGY OF TYPE 1 DIABETES MELLITUS
A review article is a collage of etiological factors causing type 1 diabetes mellitus, an autoimmune disorder caused in about 97,700 children in India and 490,000 children globally.
Preclinical Evaluation of Antihypertensive Activity of Combination of Herbs Extract in Wistar Rats
Wound With Diabetes: Present Scenario And Future.
- Kuldeep Pawar, Shivani Desai, R. Bhonde, R. Bhole, A. Deshmukh
- Medicine, BiologyCurrent diabetes reviews
- 3 July 2020
The objective of this review is to understand the potential of various management options which are available for diabetic wound, with a special focus on biological cells.