Nandan Srivastava

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In this study 258 patients from the Department of Cardiology in Chhatrapati Shahuji Maharaj Medical University, Lucknow were selected to participate. All had been diagnosed with coronary artery disease. They were randomly divided into 2 groups, the yoga group and the non-yoga group, 129 in each group; 208 completed the study protocol. The yogic intervention(More)
A 12-yr-old child reported to the outpatient department of D.A.V. (C) Dental College & Hospital with a history of trauma 41/2 yr earlier with pain and swelling now present in the upper anterior area for 3 days. A radiograph showed the presence of a foreign object in the periapical area of a fractured and discolored maxillary central incisor. Reported here(More)
We report a patient with bilateral incyclotorsion, asymmetric facial palsy, monocular depression deficiency, and unilateral Type 3 Duane syndrome, along with contralateral anotia and a midline cleft palate. A dysplastic middle ear cavity and unilateral absence of the facial nerve were noted on magnetic resonance imaging scanning. The differential diagnosis(More)
A nine-year old male child presented in the Department of Pedodontics with the chief complaint of pain and swelling int the mid-palatal region during mastication. Clinical examination revealed a hard swelling in the palate. Radiographic examination disclosed the presence of an inverted "mesiodens like" supernumerary tooth. Surgical extraction was planned.
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