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Fifty cases of pyogenic meningitis were examined for various prognostic indices, especially cerebrospinal fluid (CSF)/blood glucose ratio. Overall mortality was 40%. Age below one year and depressed level of consciousness were associated with high mortality. Illness of more than 7 days, presence of associated illness and absence of neck rigidity were not(More)
In clinical practice of dentistry carrying out aspiration prior to any anesthesia, is necessary to prevent inadvertent intravascular injection. Aspiration before administration of the local anesthetic reduces the incidence of intravascular injection of the anesthetic solution and thus the incidence of adverse reactions attributable to overdosing. For Dental(More)
We report a 59-year-old lady who presented with exertional dyspnea and was diagnosed to have sarcoidosis. She responded to steroids, but one year later developed abdominal symptoms and was found to have hepatosplenomegaly. Liver biopsy showed non caseating granulomas. As she had developed steroid-induced diabetes she was started on chloroquine and responded(More)
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