Pooja Mathur

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We present an interesting case of sacral perineural cyst which caused chronic perineal pain. Perineural cyst is relatively rare, especially the sacral region. Chronic perineural pain is an often encountered problem that is difficult to evaluate and sacral perineural cyst may be the etiology of chronic perineal pain in many instances.
Tea (Camellia sinensis, Theaceae) is the second most consumed beverages in the world, next to water in terms of worldwide popularity. The chemical components of green tea chiefly include polyphenols, caffeine, and amino acids. Green tea is rich in catechins, of which (−)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate is the most abundant. As described in literature, green tea(More)
Online voice conversations are becoming ever more popular. People have been logging online text conversations, but what about voice conversations? Walter Ong simply states, "written words are residue. Oral tradition has no such residue or deposit" [6]. However, we do not just want to archive conversations, we want to enable users to have some meaning in(More)
Web users have been employing numerous methods for recalling websites. Bookmarks have been around for some time, but the usefulness of such a system has been under question. The lack of intuitive organization in web browsers forces users to make arbitrary choices on where to store bookmarks. As a result, bookmarks are often lost, never to be used again.(More)
Oral drug delivery route is the most preferable route of drug delivery. It is due to various advantages of this route like ease of administration, patient compliance and flexibility in the formulations. Oral dosage form has really progressed from immediate release to site-specific delivery. The recent scientific and patented literature concluded that an(More)
Subtotal thyroidectomy was performed for hyperthyroidism on 130 patients; 95 treated before surgery with propranolol (Group I) and 35 given only metoprolol before surgery (Group II). These patient groups were compared with reference to preoperative medication, operative and immediate postoperative course, and late results with follow-up for one to five(More)
INTRODUCTION Preeclampsia is a leading cause of maternal and perinatal mortality and morbidity, but signs and symptoms are non-specific and may vary. The root cause is imbalance of circulating angiogenic factors of placental (syncytiotrophoblast) origin, with consequent low levels of placental growth factor (PlGF) which may aid in diagnosis and prediction(More)