G. Varaprasad

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The authors report a very rare case of tuberculoma involving the ulnar nerve. The patient, a 7-year-old girl, presented with swelling over the medial aspect of her right forearm just below the elbow joint, with features of ulnar nerve palsy, including paresthesias along the little and ring fingers and claw hand deformity. There was a history of trauma and(More)
We report a case of non missile penetrating spinal injury (NMPSI) caused due to an impaled knife in the lumbar region. The patient was neurologically preserved and presented with the knife blade retained in his back. The wound with the knife in situ was explored, the knife removed and a dural laceration was repaired. The wound healed without evidence for(More)
Mobile phone has become an integral part of our lives. The penetration rate of mobile phones in the developing countries has increased abruptly and this is a good sign for the banking sector. Mobile banking is the most recently launched innovative feat in the banking sector. The unique ability of mobile banking to perform banking transactions irrespective(More)
Subdural hematoma (SDH) has been reported in 0.5-4% of all intracranial metastatic tumors. Chronic SDH has been reported in intracranial metastases from both solid and haematological malignancies. Here we report recurrent SDH in a patient with chronic myeloid leukaemia (CML) following dural metastases. An elderly male patient a known case of(More)
In India, the credit card usage as well as the penetration has been found to be very low compared to that of debit cards. Though banks offer the best of the services, still there are apprehensions about the risks involved in using a credit card in India. Hence, this study investigates the customer’s adoption behavior of credit cards and determines the(More)
The rapid advancements in communication and information technology have changed the functional scenario of the banking sector significantly. The savings in time, money and effort by a novel channel of banking called as internet banking has been found to be an optional channel for the traditional banking. The objective of this study is to identify the(More)
The focus of this paper is to propose an innovative method to reduce the service time of an Automated Teller Machine (ATM). Irrespective of the number of identical servers (machines) in an ATM centre, if the service time of an ATM gets reduced, then it will also have proportional reduction in queue time and queue length. Here, we intend to propose a concept(More)
This exploratory study aims at identifying the influencing factors of customer satisfaction of Automated Teller Machines (ATMs). From the literature review and experts’ suggestions, a research model has been developed which consists of six factors namely cash availability, transaction speed, long queue, perceived quality, ease of use and ease/certainty of(More)
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