Manisha R. Patel

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Vanilla ice cream was made with a mix composition of 10.5% milk fat, 10.5% milk SNF, 12% beet sugar, and 4% corn syrup solids. None of the batches made contained stabilizer or emulsifier. The control (treatment 1) contained 3.78% protein. Treatments 2 and 5 contained 30% more protein, treatments 3 and 6 contained 60% more protein, and treatments 4 and 7(More)
STUDY OBJECTIVES A commonly held belief is that the blunted hemodynamic response to hemorrhage observed in pregnant women is secondary to expanded blood volume. In addition to increased blood volume, pregnancy is also a vasodilated state. Vasodilatation may have deleterious effects on the response to hemorrhage by inhibiting central blood shunting after(More)
Electromyography (EMG) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) are commonly used in the diagnosis of cervical and lumbosacral radiculopathy, but the agreement between the two studies is unknown. We retrospectively studied 47 patients with a clinical history compatible with either cervical or lumbosacral radiculopathy who were evaluated with both an EMG and a(More)
Pyridoxine-dependent seizures is a rare cause of recurrent seizures in neonatal period and resistant to most of the antiepileptic medications, but respond to administration of pyridoxine. We report a male infant who had neonatal seizures which were initially responsive to anticonvulsants and later became unresponsive and presented at 45 days of life with(More)
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