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Neutron versus photon irradiation for unresectable salivary gland tumors: final report of an RTOG-MRC randomized clinical trial. Radiation Therapy Oncology Group. Medical Research Council.
Chemical investigation of aerial parts of Acalypha fruticosa forssk
Acalypha fruticosa Forssk. [Family Euphorbiaceae] commonly known as ‘Chinnichedi’ and ‘Birch-leaved Acalypha’ is a strong smelling bushy shrub traditionally used to treat dyspepsia, stomachache, skin…
Studies on the oxygen consumption in tropical poikilotherms
- K. Saroja
- Materials ScienceProceedings / Indian Academy of Sciences
- 1 March 1959
SummaryThe oxygen consumption ofMegascolex mauritii was measured at 15, 20, 25, 30 and 35° C. during summer with worms varying in weight from 0·15 to 1·5 gm. They were kept immersed under water at…
An update on malignant salivary gland tumors treated with neutrons at Fermilab.
Re-irradiation of locally recurrent tumors with fast neutrons.
Optimal Levothyroxine Replacement Adequately Improves Symptoms of Hypothyroidism; Residual Symptoms Need Further Evaluation for Other than Hypothyroidism Causation
- Rekha Singh, A. Tandon, S. Gupta, K. Saroja
- MedicineIndian journal of endocrinology and metabolism
- 1 November 2017
LT effectively improves the symptoms of hypothyroidism in newly diagnosed cases of primary hypothy thyroid disorder, and the residual symptoms need an alternation explanation other than hypothyroxine.
Seasonal Acclimatization of Oxygen Consumption to Temperature in a Tropical Poikilotherm, the Earthworm, Megascolex mauritii
- K. Saroja
- Environmental ScienceNature
- 1 June 1961
Seasonal acclimatization of oxygen consumption to temperature has been demonstrated in poikilotherms by many authors, but little attention has been paid to such seasonal compensatory changes in oxygen consumption in tropical, freshwater and amphibious animals and much less in the terrestrial forms.
A new subclass of meromorphic functions with positive coefficients
In the present paper, we consider the new subclass of Meromorphic functions with positive coefficients and obtain a necessary and sufficient condition for a function f to be in this class. We obtain…
Six patients with multiple recurrent pleomorphic adenomas of the major salivary glands.
Physiology of low temperature acclimation in tropical poikilotherms
It is suggested that the physiological changes resulting in acclimation to low temperature are triggered by the neurosecretory release of one or more humoral agents which cause systemic changes and induce increased synthesis of enzyme proteins and perhaps also directly act on tissues to raise their metabolic level.