Manisha Ahuja

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BACKGROUND Polyoma virus infection is characterized by lymphocytic interstitial infiltrate in the kidney, and it mimics acute rejection. The purpose of this study is to estimate renal allograft outcome with this infection and characterize the lymphocytic infiltrates in polyoma virus-infected renal allografts. METHODS Patients who had polyoma virus(More)
  • M Ahuja
  • 1969
In the past decade several attempts have been made to develop precise methods of measuring bone mass and the loss of bone mass that occurs with ageing. Yet our knowledge of the normal variations in bone mass that take place in males and females with age, and in different parts of the body, is still inadequate. Comparison of the findings in different reports(More)
Effective pre-operative assessment of patients awaiting elective surgery should entail appropriate use of scarce NHS resources, as well as underpin patient safety. The pre-operative admissions service in district general hospitals is often junior doctor led, with a new cohort of clinicians taking over its running every four months. Lack of familiarity on(More)
Laboratory research on anesthetic-induced structural changes of amyloid beta (Aβ) peptide, from normal monomeric α-helix to the micro-aggregated form, has generated much interest in the scientific community as Aβ oligomerization is considered a key step in Alzheimer disease pathogenesis. A comprehensive review of the interactions of Aβ peptide with(More)
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