Pooja Kulkarni

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Cellular therapy is an emerging therapeutic modality with a great potential for the treatment of autism. Recent findings show that the major underlying pathogenetic mechanisms of autism are hypoperfusion and immune alterations in the brain. So conceptually, cellular therapy which facilitates counteractive processes of improving perfusion by angiogenesis and(More)
Cerebral palsy (CP) is one of the non-progressive neurological diseases caused by damage to the brain tissue at birth, which leads to physical, cognitive and perceptive symptoms. Even after lifelong medical and therapeutic management there are residual deficits which affect the quality of life of the patients and their families. We examined a maximally(More)
Traumatic brain injury is an injury to the brain parenchyma resulting from external factors such as vehicular accidents, falls, or sports injuries. Its outcome involves primary insult followed by a cascade of secondary insult, resulting in diffuse axonal injury further causing white matter damage. Surgical intervention targets the primary damage, whereas(More)
Existence of Culture on the Web has been investigated already by many researchers to determine how different cultures represent themselves on it, and how culture affects website design and usability. Mostly these investigations are concerned to Western culture. It is also necessary to divert the attention towards non Western culture. This paper therefore(More)
Cerebral palsy is a nonprogressive heterogeneous group of neurological disorders with a growing rate of prevalence. Recently, cellular therapy is emerging as a potential novel treatment strategy for cerebral palsy. The various mechanisms by which cellular therapy works include neuroprotection, immunomodulation, neurorestoration, and neurogenesis. We(More)
Atypical femur fracture (AFF), a serious complication of long-term bisphosphonate therapy, is usually preceded by an incomplete fracture appearing on the lateral femur. AFF is most likely the result of severely suppressed bone turnover (SSBT). However, the differences in bone structure and turnover between patients with incomplete and complete AFF remain(More)
Cerebral palsy (CP) is a non progressive, demyelinating disorder that affects a child's development and posture and may be associated with sensation, cognition, communication and perception abnormalities. In CP, cerebral white matter is injured resulting in the loss of oligodendrocytes. This causes damage to the myelin and disruption of nerve conduction.(More)
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