Dr Kishor Ingole

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There has been a renewed interest in Ce(3+) -activated halide phosphors due to applications as scintillation detectors, especially for positron emission tomography. For K(2) LaCl(5), the light yield increases and the energy resolution (FWHM) improves with increasing Ce(3+) doping. K(2) LaX(5) compounds are also important as laser hosts for the mid-IR range.(More)
Tuberculosis is an ancient disease. Skeletal system involvement is seen in 1%-10% tuberculosis patients. Vertebral tuberculosis is the most common form of bone involvement and amounts for 50% cases of skeletal tuberculosis. About 5% cases of Pott’s disease develop psoas abscess. Psoas abscess secondary to Pott’s spine is rare entity. Here we are reporting a(More)
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