Ravikanth Soni

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M. K., a Burmese girl aged 15, had some ' colicky'' pains in the lower part of her abdomen towards the evening of the 3rd September, 1935, and to relieve her she was given a purgative. Next morning she purged and while straining down noticed some blood-tinged mucus coming from her rectum. The pains continued and became worse and were associated every now(More)
Cysticercosis is a disease caused by cysticercus cellulosae, the larval form of tapeworm, Taenia solium. Cysticercosis is endemic with high prevalence in most of the developing countries because of the co-existence of poor sanitary conditions and domestic pig raising. Human cysticercosis occurs when eggs are ingested via faecal-oral transmission from an(More)
Mrs. It., a banker's wife, aged 21, had her first confinement on the 5th April, 1937. The delivery was complicated by an extremely unusual obstetric emergency, namely separated symphysis pubis, and so naturally damage to the soft parts was great. The child was born dead, haemorrhage was severe, the perineal tear was large and deep reaching the rectum, and(More)
n !. "fy ?/ atebrin ingestion, but it is usually iceable in the conjunctiva, skin and urine within a week or ten days of beginning the treatment. This delayed manifestation may be the outcome of cumulation in the various tissues coating of the body and the efforts at excretion through the urine when the concentration has reached a certain point. Atebrin is(More)
Case 1.?Clinical assistant, aged 24, complained of fever associated with severe headache and general aches and pains one evening. On examination, temperature was found to be 100?F., pulse 75 per minute full and regular, throat congested, eyes red and face flushed. The fever rose and continued, associated with relatively slow pulse, splitting headache,(More)
Schwannomas are solitary, benign, well-circumscribed, encapsulated, slow-growing tumors originating from Schwann cells of the peripheral nerve sheath. Approximately 30-45% of cases occur in the head and neck region, of which 1-1.5% has been reported in the oral cavity. They are usually asymptomatic and malignant transformation is extremely uncommon. Few(More)