Bhanupratap Singh

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OBJECTIVE To study the clinical and histopathological features of familial reactive perforating collagenosis (RPC). MATERIAL AND METHODS Ten patients, including affected siblings in three, took part in the study. Parental consanguinity was present in one. Histopathological study was performed in all patients. RESULTS The eruptions appeared mainly during(More)
The aim of this study was to (a) detect the prevalence of anatomical variations of nose and paranasal sinuses in Chronic Rhinosinusitis (CRS) on ‘Nasal Endoscopy’,and‘Computed Tomography’, (b) correlate between the two investigation modalities and (c) study association of anatomical variations of nose and paranasal sinuses in Chronic Rhinosinusitis. This(More)
A case of subcutaneous phaeohyphoymycosis caused by Cladosporium cladosporioides in a 25-year-old male is described. The clinical presentation was an elevated scaly suppurating lesion with sinuses on the right leg. The lesion healed completely with oral fluconazole therapy. The present report constitutes the first record of cutaneous or subcutaneous(More)
We compared verapamil and propranolol hydrochloride for monotherapy of hypertension. Verapamil lowered blood pressure (BP) more effectively than propranolol in black and white patients. Verapamil was equally effective in blacks and whites, whereas propranolol was more effective in whites. Heart rate was reduced by 6.0 beats per minute by verapamil, and by(More)
Soluble aspirin given by mouth in divided dosage decreased intestinal fluid loss in infants and young children with acute gastroenteritis. The treated group had significantly less diarrhea, which ceased earlier and needed less intravenous therapy, than a randomly selected control group given an indistinguishable placebo. This effect of aspirin occurred with(More)
BACKGROUND The diagnosis of colorectal cancer (CRC) can be difficult as symptoms are variable with poor specificity. Thus, there is a quest for simple, non-invasive testing that can help streamline those with significant colonic pathology. AIM To assess using faecal immunochemical test for haemoglobin (FIT) or faecal calprotectin (FCP) to detect CRC and(More)
Human infections due to Cladosporium oxysporum are rarely known. This case report describes cutaneous phaeohyphomycosis cause by C. oxysporum in a 30-year-old female. Lesions presented as multiple coalescing ulcers on the left foot. Diagnosis was based on histology and recovery of the fungus in culture. The patient was successfully treated with potassium(More)
A double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled, crossover study tested peak and trough efficacy of immediate-release nisoldipine (20 mg twice daily) added to existent beta-adrenergic blocking therapy. Patients were randomized with a history of chronic stable angina, while receiving a stable regimen of a beta-blocking agent, with exercise test-induced angina(More)
Achieving optimal cyclosporine (Neoral) absorption is critical for successful graft outcome. Recently there have been studies on postdose monitoring of cyclosporine. Two- and 3-hour postdose cyclosporine levels measured by radioimmunoassay were correlated with occurrence of rejection and cyclosporine nephrotoxicity in 30 patients; C(2) and C(3) levels were(More)
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