Asif Hayat

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1) Immobilization of cat soleus muscle in shortened position for only seven days was sufficient to elicit a marked reduction in the sarcomere number of individual muscle fibres and a considerable decrease in extensibility. 2) These effects were similar to those observed in previous experiments (TABARY et al., 1972) during which the muscles were immobilized(More)
Abdominal cerebrospinal fluid pseudocyst is a rare complication of ventriculo-peritoneal shunt occurring as a result of non-absorption of cerebrospinal fluid from the abdominal cavity due to inflammation. Usual presentations include abdominal symptoms; abdominal distention, pain, nausea, vomiting and symptoms of raised intracranial pressure like headache(More)
Cystic hygromas occur most commonly in the neck, axilla, groin or retroperitoneal space. Occasionally a portion of a cervical cystic hygroma may reside within the mediastinum. It is also extremely rare for cystic hygroma to present in the back of the neck. Hence, we describe our experience of two cases of cystic hygromas in the neck, an extensive(More)
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