G. S. Mamatha

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Various deployment ways of mobile ad hoc networks (MANETS) can have widely varying characteristics that have a greater impact on the behaviour of different routing protocols created for these networks. Before directly deploying the applications in such environments, it is most important for developers to understand the potential quantitative behaviour of(More)
The concept of epithelial atrophy in oral submucous fibrosis (OSF) is based on the assumption of an ischemic epithelium consequent to poorly vascularized stroma, but the role of vascularity on the epithelial thickness in OSF is not clearly understood. This study aimed to investigate the immunohistochemical expression of CD34, for characterization and(More)
In Wireless communications the traffic across a mobile ad hoc network (MANET) can be highly vulnerable to security threats. Because of the features like unreliability of wireless links between nodes, constantly changing topology, restricted battery power, lack of centralized control and others, the mobile ad hoc networks are more prone to suffer from the(More)
The emerging mobile technology has brought revolutionized changes in the computer era. One such technology of networking is Mobile Ad hoc Networks (MANETS), where the mobility and infrastructure less of the nodes takes predominant roles. These features make MANETS more vulnerable to attacks. As the research continues several aspects can be explored in this(More)
Squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) arising from epithelial lining of Keratocystic Odonogenic Tumour(KCOT) is very rare with 0.001‐0.002 incidence.[1] Keratin metaplasia leading to epithelial hyperplasia and dysplasia can be one of the mechanisms of malignant changes so, presence of keratinisation in the cyst lining increases the risk of malignancy.[2,3](More)
Oral plasmablastic lymphoma (PBL) is a rare malignancy, associated with HIV or other immunocompromised conditions. The lesion constituted a new subtype of diffuse large B-cell lymphoma and proposed a distinct entity based on its basic morphology, its clinical behaviour involving predominantly extramedullary sites (particularly oral cavity), and its limited(More)
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