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Hepatitis E in pregnancy.
One-third of the pregnant women with HEV infection had a severe form of hepatitis in the third trimester of pregnancy, i.e. FHF, which is associated with high rates of preterm labor and mortality. Expand
Early versus delayed laparoscopic cholecystectomy for acute cholecystitis: a prospective randomized trial
Early laparoscopic cholecystectomy for acute choleCystitis is safe and feasible, offering the additional benefit of a shorter hospital stay, and should be offered to patients with acute choelcystitis. Expand
Inflammatory myofibroblastic tumour
The authors report two cases of pulmonary inflammatory myofibroblastic tumour with unusual uptake on octreoscan and report that both the tumours revealed high uptake values on [18F]-2-fluoro-deoxy-d-glucose (FDG)-PET/computed tomography (CT). Expand
Mutations in WDR62, encoding a centrosomal and nuclear protein, in Indian primary microcephaly families with cortical malformations
Bhat V, Girimaji SC, Mohan G, Arvinda HR, Singhmar P, Duvvari MR, Kumar A. Mutations in WDR62, encoding a centrosomal and nuclear protein, in Indian primary microcephaly families with corticalExpand
Rescue of cardiac alpha-actin-deficient mice by enteric smooth muscle gamma-actin.
It is demonstrated that alterations in actin composition in the fetal and adult heart are associated with severe structural and functional perturbations. Expand
Tuberculosis of the sternum: a clinical study.
Early adequate treatment with multidrug antitubercular therapy avoided the need for surgery in 12 of the 14 patients with tuberculosis of the sternum and MRI was useful in making the diagnosis at an early stage. Expand
Prescription monitoring of anti-hypertensive drug utilisation at the Panjab University Health Centre in India.
There is a considerable scope for improvement, particularly the under-utilisation of diuretics in the present prescribing pattern of anti-hypertensive drugs, as well as certain shortcomings in the existing prescribing practice. Expand
Evaluation of genetic diversity of Ralstonia solanacearum causing bacterial wilt of ginger using REP-PCR and PCR-RFLP
The analysis revealed that the genetic diversity of Ralstonia is very low within ginger, confirming that the pathogen population is of clonal lineage and is distributed through ‘rhizome transmission’ of the inoculum between locations and also between seasons within the locality. Expand