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Acute encephalitis caused by Toxoplasma gondi was diagnosed at autopsy in 10 (20.4%) of the 49 patients. All patients had under lying immunodeficiency due to AIDS and showed selective involvement of… (More)
The spectrum of bowel infections in patients with AIDS in India is not well characterized. To examine this spectrum of infections, an autopsy study of 49 subjects was carried out. Multiple sections… (More)
A 72-year-old man developed a generalized erythematous pustular eruption 11 weeks after commencing terbinafine. Clinically and histologically, the appearance was that of acute generalized… (More)
A case of acute myocardial infarction following viper snake bite is reported. Possible mechanisms are discussed.
Candida is a common opportunistic pathogen during the course of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) disease progression. Changes in the clinical severity of candidiasis and the Candida species… (More)
Coronary artery anomalies are rare entities. All angiographers and cardiac surgeons need to be familiar with these anatomic variants for proper surgical revasularisation in the presence of coronary… (More)
BACKGROUND The 21st century Influenza A (H1N1) pandemic arrived during spring of 2009 and has posed a serious public health challenge world-wide. We describe the clinic-radiological profile and… (More)
A rare case of diabetic patient who developed multiple cutaneous hyperpigmented spots following bovine isophane (NPH) insulin injection is described here.
A 55 year old female, presented with atypical chest pain of 1 hour duration. On examination her vital parameters were normal and there was no gross cardiovascular abnormality. Electrocardiogram… (More)
Ventricular non-compaction or spongy myocardium is a rare type of cardiomyopathy resulting from arrested myocardial development during embryogenesis. This rare entity is characterized by excessive… (More)