Gurdeet S Kohli

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Serum magnesium levels have been estimated in 25 patients with head and neck cancer. The results have been compared with a group of 25 healthy controls. In cancer patients the mean value was significantly reduced when compared with the control group. A progressive, and significant, increase in serum magnesium concentration was observed following(More)
Serum phosphohexose isomerase (PHI) levels were estimated in 28 patients with head and neck cancer. The mean value was significantly higher when compared to the controls. There was no difference in mean PHI value with respect to the character of the lesion or with the histopathological type of growth. The activity was increased with the advancement of the(More)