Muhammad Mansoor Butt

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One hundred eighty-one dissected hands were examined to study the pattern of extensor tendons on the dorsum of the hand. Extensor digitorum often had multiple tendons for the middle and ring fingers. Its contribution to the little finger was usually by a bifurcating tendon common with that of the ring finger. The index finger always received a single(More)
PURPOSE OF REVIEW This review will summarize the latest publications on the causes, prevention and treatment of maternal collapse during pregnancy and the postpartum period. It will also explore some future trends particularly in the area of education and team working. RECENT FINDINGS Active management of the third stage of labour has been shown to(More)
The lumbosacral spines of two fetal and twelve adult cadavers have been studied by dissection. Evidence shows that the fifth lumbar intervertebral foramen is crossed on its external aspect by a strong, cord-like corporotransverse ligament passing obliquely downwards, forwards and medially from the inferior aspect of the accessory process of the fifth lumbar(More)
BACKGROUND Dormant conduction unmasked by adenosine predicts clinical recurrences of cavotricuspid isthmus (CTI) dependent atrial flutter following catheter ablation. Conventional practice involves a waiting period of 20 to 30 minutes after achievement of a bidirectional line of block (BDB) to monitor for recovery of conduction. OBJECTIVE Assess whether(More)
Since the oesophageal epithelium of common laboratory animals, rats and mice, is keratinized it is unsuitable for comparison with typical non-keratinized stratified squamous human epithelium. It is thus important to find a suitable animal model for the study of human oesophageal tissue changes. This study investigated the microridge structure of immature(More)
In order to perform morphometric analysis of the nasal (salt) glands of domestic duck it was necessary to standardise the regime of fixation and processing for this tissue. This paper reports the results of these experiments in which the nasal glands of nine groups of ducks were perfused by fixatives containing various concentrations of glutaraldehyde; each(More)
Patients with chronic liver disease (CLD) often have neurological sequelae, of which hepatic encephalopathy is the most frequent and reversible. Rare irreversible complications of CLD are acquired (non Wilsonian) hepatocerebral degeneration (AHCD) and hepatic myelopathy (HM). To our knowledge, AHCD has rarely been reported in patients with hepatitis C virus(More)
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