Chhanda Mukherjee

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Detection of Salmonella typhi infection by a co-agglutination assay for specific O, H and Vi antigens and by blood culture were compared for 110 patients with suspected typhoid fever. Blood cultures were positive for S. typhi in 25.5% of patients. Co-agglutination tests with patients' serum and with blood culture supernates gave positive results in 70.9%(More)
A 28 year old male presented with a 8 months history of chest pain, cough and breathlessness. CT scan revealed a large mass in right anterior mediastinum showing fat and soft tissue attenuation. Histopathology of the resected mass revealed a tumour showing extensive areas of mature fat and relatively less interspersed thymic tissue confirming thymolipoma.(More)
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