Bhawesh Mishra

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OBJECTIVES Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a neuro-degenerative disease of unknown etiology which results in destruction of myelin. A variety of neurologic signs and symptoms are associated with MS and include myelopathy, extremity weakness, low back pain, sciatica and paresthesias. Many of these signs and symptoms are identical to those experienced by patients(More)
The syndrome of increasing angina leading to myocardial infarction was first recognised in the 1930s and the term unstable angina coined in 1971 by Fowler. Since then the importance of acute coronary syndromes as a presentation of ischaemic heart disease has been fully recognised. Recently several new pharmacological agents have been developed for the(More)
Two patients with recurrent symptomatic pericardial effusions secondary to malignant disease were successfully treated by percutaneous balloon pericardiotomy. Open surgery was avoided and the procedure was completed under local anaesthesia in less than 40 minutes. The first patient was free of recurrence at nine months but pericardial effusion recurred at(More)
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