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The pedunculopontine nucleus is composed of cholinergic and non-cholinergic neurones and is located in the caudal pontomesencephalic tegmentum. Evidence suggests that the nucleus plays a role in the production and control of movement. The nucleus has dense interconnections with the basal ganglia, as well as with other areas of the brain associated with(More)
BACKGROUND Leptospirosis, a zoonosis, is a re-emerging disease, affecting populations across the globe. However, the current methods of diagnosis are time- consuming, cumbersome, imprecise or expensive. AIM To develop an assay for differential and early diagnosis of Leptospirosis. METHODS AND MATERIAL IgG based ELISA for evaluation of three antigens,(More)
As an intraoperative imaging modality, ultrasound is a user-friendly and cost-effective real-time imaging technique. Despite this, it is still not routinely employed for brain tumor surgery. This may be due to the poor image quality in inexperienced hands, and the well-documented learning curve. However, with regular use, the operator issues are addressed,(More)
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