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Oral submucous fibrosis (OSF) is a chronic, progressive, potentially malignant condition affecting the oral cavity and frequently involving the upper part of the aerodigestive tract including the oropharynx and the upper part of the esophagus. It is characterized by juxtaepithelial inflammatory reaction and progressive fibrosis of lamina propria, leading to(More)
Test compression has become a de-facto technique in VLSI testing. Test data volume is a serious concern for the semiconductor testing because it not only prolongs the testing time of the integrated circuits (Ics), but also raises the tester memory depth requirements and excessive capture power at-speed testing has also become a serious concern. So it is(More)
Test compression has become a de-facto technique in VLSI testing. Test data volume is a serious concern for the semiconductor testing because it not only prolongs the testing time of the integrated circuits (Ics), but also raises the tester memory depth requirements and excessive capture power at-speed testing has also become a serious concern. So it is(More)
Oral cancer is one of the most common cancers worldwide. Despite of various advancements in the treatment modalities, oral cancer mortalities are more, particularly in developing countries like India. This is mainly due to the delay in diagnosis of oral cancer. Delay in diagnosis greatly reduces prognosis of the treatment and also cause increased morbidity(More)
BACKGROUND Oral lichen planus (OLP) is a unique disorder affecting generally the older age group. Numerous studies have been done on various aspects of OLP such as pathogenesis, rate of malignant transformation, etc. However, very few studies are available with respect to clinical features especially association of hyperpigmentation and OLP. This study aims(More)
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