Janardhan Kamath

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Spatial fidelity is a paramount issue in image guided neurosurgery. Until recently, three-dimensional computed tomography (3D CT) has been the primary modality because it provides fast volume capture with pixel level (1 mm) accuracy. While three-dimensional magnetic resonance (3D MR) images provide superior anatomic information, published image capture(More)
Enlarged cerebral ventricles are consistently detected in patients suffering from schizophrenia. Several workers report more detailed association of this disease and particular brain areas. In order to assist these efforts at localization we define a tiled-out map of the ventricular surface, a template, based on specialized crest lines that we term: ridge(More)
BACKGROUND Crescent formation generally reflects severe glomerular injury. There is sparse literature on post-infectious glomerulonephritis (PIGN) with crescents in adults. This retrospective study looked at nine such cases to see if there is a correlation between the severity of presentation, steroid treatment, histological severity and outcome. METHODS(More)
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