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Structural changes in the choroid, a layer located between the retina and sclera, could indicate various vision impairments. Consequently, ophthalmologists inspect optical coherence tomography (OCT) scans of the posterior section of the eye towards making diagnosis. With a view to assist diagnosis, we propose an automated technique for segmentation of the… (More)
Random burst contention losses plague the performance of Optical Burst Switched networks. Such random losses occur even in low load network condition due to the analogous behavior of wavelength and routing algorithms. Since a burst may carry many packets from many TCP sources, its loss can trick the TCP sources to conclude/infer that the underlying… (More)
A case of osteoma cutis in a woman of 48 years is reported. The primary cutaneous ossification has a unique congenital and noninvasive nature. The histological features of the lesion are illustrated.
A simple modified suction drainage device made from Gibbon catheter and intravenous fluid glass bottle is described. It is cheaper than the suction drains available in the market and useful to general surgeons in peripheral hospitals.
Army Hospital (R & R) has acquired an Electrohydraulic Lithotripter (DIREX NOVA), the first of its kind in the Armed Forces for the treatment of stone diseases. The first 200 patients who underwent Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy (ESWL) have been analysed in this study. This being a pilot study would serve as a beginning of an ongoing experience with… (More)
Problem of male erectile dysfunction has been better defined, recognised and being treated in the recent times. However, the intracavernosal injection of vaso-active materials and penile prosthesis implantation were only the viable options available. Sildenafil, which is a specific phosphodiesterase type V inhibitor, enhances erection on sexual arousal by… (More)