Baiju Sam Jacob

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Cronkhite-Canada syndrome (CCS) is a rare nonfamilial syndrome characterized by marked epithelial disturbances in the GI tract and epidermis. Cronkhite and Canada described the first 2 cases in 1955. Since then only about 450 cases have been reported worldwide. Here we report a 33 year old Indian male admitted with history of loose stools and abdominal(More)
Background: Obesity is an independent risk factor for Type2 Diabetes and is rising in prevalence throughout the developed and developing countries This study aims to find the prevalence of Diabetes Mellitus in Obese Patients compared to non-obese patients who attended Medicine and Diabetology departments of various hospitals in South Kerala during the(More)
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