Krupali A. Patel

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Posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome (PRES) is a syndrome characterised clinically by headache, confusion, seizures, vomiting and visual disturbances with radiographic vasogenic oedema. CT imaging is typically normal, non-specific or suggestive of PRES or stroke. MRI usually shows symmetrical parietal and occipital lobe vasogenic oedema. The authors(More)
related problem like Cache misses, task tardiness, task migration. So the Problem of cache aware real-time scheduling on multiprocessor systems has been considered. Methods for improving real-time performance on multi-core platforms are task partitioning & global scheduling. Both scheduling scheme have problems .This research make hybrid scheduling(More)
BACKGROUND There have been few reports studying the necessary interval between blood pressure measurements, after the initial rest period. METHODS Blood pressure was measured in 50 patients using the conventional oscillometric technique (COT) and the rapid oscillometric technique (ROT). RESULTS The difference between COT and ROT was -1.1 / -0.1 mmHg,(More)
Despite the development of modern imaging techniques, no study has been carried out to establish the normal size (particularly the area) of the adult posterior choanae. In this study we present our findings of the normal anatomical sizes of the adult posterior choanae and its relationship to septal deviation, by analysing MRI images of 70 patients. Coronal(More)
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