M. M. Shikare

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This paper is based on the element splitting operation for binary matroids that was introduced by Azadi as a natural generalization of the corresponding operation in graphs. In this paper, we consider the problem of determining precisely which graphic matroids M have the property that the element splitting operation, by every pair of elements on M yields a(More)
The splitting o operation for graphs is de ned in the following way: Let G be a graph. Given incident edges x = vv1 and y = vv2 in G, we can construct a new graph Gxy by adding the edge v1v2 and deleting the edges x and y. If v1 = v2, then the resulting loop is deleted. The transition from G to Gxy is called the splitting o operation. The splitting o(More)
Persistent hyperinsulinemic hypoglycemia of infancy (PHHI) is rare, but an important cause of hypoglycemia in infants, associated with a number of structural abnormalities of the endocrine pancreas is collectively termed as "Islet cell dysmaturation syndrome." We present the anesthetic management in a clinically diagnosed case of PHHI in a 22 days old full(More)