Abdul Qayoom

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OBJECTIVES The aim of this study was to assess the head injury in children caused by an unusual projectile, a tear gas cartridge. The study is the only one on this subject which has been done in a teenage population. METHOD This was a prospective study conducted over a period of 4 years in which all the patients aged less than or equal to 18 years and who(More)
This study aimed at evaluating the medial approach for open reduction and internal fixation of Gartland type 3 displaced supracondylar fractures of humerus in children. A prospective, single centre study of on displaced supracondylar humerus fractures in 42 children was carried out at our institute. All fractures were managed with open reduction and(More)
Executive function is a set of mental processes commonly linked with the activation of the brain's prefrontal cortex. While many studies have focused on EF in adulthood, the development of EF in children is yet to be understood. This paper proposes a new approach for understanding children's reactions during EF tasks by mapping their EEG signals onto the 2D(More)
OBJECT This study was conducted both prospectively and retrospectively at one center over a period of 8 years. The population consisted of all patients with both an age 18 years or younger and a diagnosed penetrating missile injury (PMI) during the study interval. The authors analyzed factors determining outcome and demographic trends in this population,(More)
The electroencephalogram (EEG) signal contains a plethora of information regarding a human brain and thus plays a very important role when it comes to the diagnosis of various neurological disorders. The quantitative analysis of epileptic EEG can provide a neurologist additional and very important information related to epileptic seizures both in terms of(More)
Dyslexia is a learning difficulty and in most cases cannot be identified until a child is already in the third grade or later. At this time a dyslexic child have only an one-in-seven chance of ever catching up with his or her peers in reading, writing, speaking or listening. Early identification can pave the way for early intervention and the dyslexic child(More)
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