RKG Mohandas

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The classification of leprosy into multibacillary (MB) and paucibacillary (PB) patients in almost all clinics is entirely dependent on clinical examination. In a study of 21 patients clinically classified as borderline tuberculoid (BT) and, therefore, belonging to the PB group, skin smears and skin and nerve biopsies were examined. Four patients did not(More)
The purpose of this study was to determine whether results obtained with two new techniques, high-pass resolution perimetry and pattern discrimination perimetry, correlated better to the appearance of the optic disc than results obtained with conventional automated perimetry in patients with open-angle glaucoma. Our sample consisted of 28 eyes of 28(More)
PURPOSE The purpose of this study is to compare reliability indices in conventional (Humphrey) and high-pass resolution (Ring) perimetry in healthy subjects followed prospectively at 6-month intervals. METHODS Of the 146 healthy subjects (mean age, 50.24 years; range, 30-84 years) enrolled in the study, 102 have been tested twice and 71 three times. The(More)
Ansa cervicalis (AC) frequently shows its variations in the formation and distribution pattern. However, variation in its looping pattern associated with abnormal topographic disposition is relatively rare. Knowledge on the possible deviations in the looping pattern is clinically important, to avoid iatrogenic injuries in surgical procedures. We report here(More)
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