Muhammad Mohsin Pathan

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Persistent urachus is a rare congenital anomaly. Various types of remnants have been described including cyst, alternating sinus, patent urachus, diverticulum, and sinus. The most common presenting symptom of urachal sinus is umbilical discharge. Radical excision of the remnant, with or without a bladder cuff, is essential to prevent future malignant(More)
A review of the literature noted 11-16% discrepancy rates in cytology and histology diagnoses. We collected 358 cases with abnormal cytology and matching cervical biopsies. There were 123 (30%) discrepant pairs, of which 34 (27%) had negative biopsies following Papanicolaou (Pap) smears with squamous intraepithelial lesions (SIL). These constituted our(More)
The development of genetically engineered mouse models for neuronal diseases and behavioural disorders have generated a growing need for small animal imaging. High-resolution magnetic resonance microscopy (MRM) provides powerful capabilities for noninvasive studies of mouse brains, while avoiding some limits associated with the histological procedures.(More)
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