Paramita Paul

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Pre-eclampsia is a disorder of human pregnancy occuring in 5-10 % of all births, and represents the leading cause of infant morbidity and mortality and maternal death. In pre-eclampsia, invasion of fetal trophoblasts into maternal arteries during early pregnancy is shallow or absent. Here we examined the hypothesis that HLA-G, a non-classical class I HLA(More)
Columnar cell variant of papillary thyroid carcinoma (PTC) is an uncommon variant with an aggressive course as compared to classic papillary carcinoma. Cytologic diagnosis of these tumors is difficult due to absence of characteristic nuclear features of classic pattern of papillary carcinoma. We present a case of columnar cell variant in a young female(More)
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