Anuja Agarwal

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Primary chronic osteomyelitis of the jaw is an uncommon non-suppurative, chronic inflammatory disease of unknown origin. It can manifest as early or adult onset and is characterised by lack of pus formation, fistula or bony sequestra formation. A 28-year-old woman presented with swelling on the left side of her mandible. On the basis of clinical,(More)
t t The term rhinophyma originates from the Greek his (nose) and phyma (growth) and is characterized by slow progressive hypertrophy of the sebaceous glands and connective tissue on the nose. It was described by Hippocrates and the ancient Arabs, and examples are found in portraiture through the ages. There are many synonyms ( 30 listed by dou and Odou) for(More)
The paper describes the synthesis of pH sensitive interpenetrating polymeric network (IPN) beads composed of chitosan, glycine, glutamic acid, cross linked with glutaraldehyde and their use for controlled drug release. The drug was loaded into beads by varying their composition such as, amount of crosslinker glutaraldehyde, ratio of chitosan, glycine and(More)
Chitosan obtained by alkaline deacetylation of chitin is a non-toxic, biocompatible, and biodegradable natural polymer. Chitosan-based hydrogel polymeric beads have been extensively studied as microor nano-particulate carriers in the pharmaceutical and medical fields, where they have shown promise for drug delivery as a result of their controlled and(More)
The purpose of this research article is to develop a valid partner relationship management (PRM) index for enhancing the effectiveness and overall efficiency of channel partner relationships by taking Indian automobile sector as a unit of study. The result of the exhaustive literature review done by authors clearly indicates paucity of such type of standard(More)
The use of metals and their alloys in restorative and implant dentistry dates back to centuries. Titanium (Ti) is one of the most widely used biomaterial for medical implants because of its excellent mechanical properties and exceptional biocompatibility. The good biocompatibility of Ti is related to the thin oxide layer formed on Ti surface. TiO2 is(More)
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