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Of the 150 clinically suspected cases of Dermatophytosis studied, majority of the cases were from age group 11-20 and 21-30 (51.4%), Tinea corporis (48.7%) and Tinea capitis (18%) were the commonest clinical types. The isolation rate was 24% (36) of which 19 (52.7%) were Trichophyton rubrum, 11 (30.55%) were Trichophyton mentagrophytes and 4 (11.1%) were(More)
Wuchereria bancrofti is found throughout tropics and subtropics like Asia, Pacific islands, Africa, areas of South America and Caribbean basin. In all these areas, except Pacific islands, microfilaria occurs in the periodic form, in which case the microfilaria are found in large numbers in the peripheral blood during night. In the Pacific islands, they(More)
Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) is a globally widespread human infection caused by an infestation of uropathogens. Eventhough, Escherichia coli is often quoted as being the chief among them, Staphylococcus aureus involvement in UTI especially in gestational UTI is often understated. Staphylococcal accessory regulator A (SarA) is a quorum regulator of S.(More)
Functional results of treatment of 107 patients with cancer recti, in whom the tumor had localized on the 8-12 cm distance from anus, were analyzed. Comparative estimation of sphincterometric and clinical indexes in terms up to 12 months after performance of abdominoanal resection and transabdominal resection of rectum was conducted. Application of the(More)
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