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II. Natural History: “Most patients with gallstones remain asymptomatic throughout life. Around 3% of asymptomatic individuals become symptomatic per year and develop biliary colic. Once symptomatic they develop recurrent episodes of biliary colic. Only few patients without biliary symptoms develop complications. Prophylactic cholecystectomy for(More)
  • Rajashekharaiah, Jagadeesh, © Rajashekharaiah
  • 2014
Quality awards have become quite popular in the recent times and are even regarded as corporate status symbols. Historically it has been recognized that people play a major role in providing quality and unless the people are motivated and committed towards quality, improvements will not occur. This fact has been well taken into account while developing the(More)
CONTEXT Cryptococcal meningitis has emerged as a leading cause of the infectious morbidity and mortality in HIV sero-reactive subjects and it is the second most common cause of the opportunistic neuroinfections in it. As this is a indistinguishable from other causes of meningitis, its early diagnosis is the key to the therapeutic success. OBJECTIVES This(More)
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