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Hot water epilepsy.
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Pediatric scrub typhus in Indian Himalayas
To retrospectively confirm the suspected rickettsial disease (Scrub typhus) using a gold standard diagnostic test i.e. microimmunofluorescence in pediatric patients with acute febrile illness ofExpand
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Cysticercus immunoblot assay in patients with single, small enhancing lesions and multilesional neurocysticercosis.
A single, small (< 20 mm), ring or disc shaped contrast enhancing lesion located at the cortical-subcortical junction with minimal or no surrounding edema on computed tomography is the commonest modeExpand
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Role of C-reactive protein in deciding duration of antibiotic therapy in neonatal septicemia.
In this study serum C-reactive protein (CRP) levels were used to evaluate the duration of antibiotic therapy in 50 consecutive neonates with suspected septicemia. In 44 percent of cases therapy wasExpand
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Pediatric Scrub typhus in Indian Himalayas
To retrospectively confirm the suspected rickettsial disease (Scrub typhus) using a gold standard diagnostic test i.e. microimmunofluorescence in pediatric patients with acute febrile illness ofExpand
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Primary amoebic meningoencephalitis due to Naegleria fowleri.
Primary amoebic meningoencephalitis (PAM) due to Naegleria fowleri was detected in a 36-year-old, Indian countryman who had a history of taking bath in the village pond. He was admitted in a semiExpand
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Clinical profile of pediatric somatoform disorders.
OBJECTIVES To study the prevalence, pattern, clinical and socio-demographic characteristics of somatoform disorders in children. METHODS From Aug 2004 to July 2005, children up to 18 years withExpand
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Adams–Oliver syndrome: A case with complete expression
Dear Editor, A female neonate was born out of the first pregnancy of a healthy, non-consanguineous, Hindu Indian couple, mother and father aged 20 and 30 years, respectively. There was no maternalExpand
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