Jeevana Nilkund

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BACKGROUND Cytologic features of mycobacterial infections are granulomatous inflammation with or without caseous necrosis and the demonstration of acid-fast bacilli with special stains. However, immuno-compromised patients might not mount the expected response. CASE A routinely used Romanowsky (Leishman) stain was used for the presumptive diagnosis of(More)
A 5-d-old preterm female child presented with jaundice and poor feeding and activity. The child was born at 30 weeks of gestation to a primigravida and developed jaundice on the third day of life. The baby weighed 850 g and was febrile and hypotensive. There was no blood group incompatibility. Haemoglobin was 22 g/dl, total leucocyte count 15 · 10/l and(More)
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