Nilotpal Saikia

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The paper describes an adult patient with coeliac disease who developed classical dermatitis herpetiformis while receiving a gluten-free diet. The dermatitis is controlled by sulphapyridine but relapses when this is withdrawn, even though the patient continues with the diet, indicating that a gluten-free diet plays little or no part in controlling the skin(More)
An electron microscopic study of a variety of skin diseases has demonstrated microtubular 'inclusions' in vascular endothelium in bullous pemphigoid for the first time. The 'inclusions' are similar to those originally reported in lupus erythematosus by Fresco (1968) and presently being detected in an increasing number and variety of pathological processes.
Background and Aim: Phacoemulsification surgery with intraocular lens implantation is routinely done under topical anaesthesia in many centres. No comparative study on the efficacy of number of drops of topical anaesthetics effective for phacoemulsification surgery has been done. This study was conducted to compare the efficacy of 2 drops versus 3 drops(More)
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