Joyal Kumar K. Patel

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Angiography is now a well-established modality for the diagnosis of acute lower gastrointestinal bleeding. Inferior mesenteric arteriography and selective superior hemorrhoidal artery embolizations for such bleeding have been well documented. However, to our knowledge the selective embolization of the middle hemorrhoidal artery has not been reported. We(More)
BACKGROUND Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), a senile disorder affects male of and above 40 years characterized by retention, incomplete voiding, dribbling, hesitancy, and incontinence of urine. This condition is comparable with Mootraghata in Ayurveda. Surgical intervention has been accepted as standard management, but has acute cystitis, acute(More)
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