Ravin R. Patel

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Dental maintenance and rehabilitation of head and neck cancer care is becoming more important as the outcome of cancer treatment improves. The management of these patients can be very difficult for a number of reasons as discussed in part one of this two-part series. This second part attempts to suggest possible solutions for the management of the major(More)
Human adenovirus (HAdV) is one of the most feared infections among immunocompromised patients. In particular, in liver transplant patients, HAdV has been implicated in acute liver failure with resultant mortality. The development of current molecular techniques and surveillance testing protocols have provided tools for early detection of HAdV infection,(More)
Cancer care has become one of the main targets of the National Health Service in England and with cancer patients surviving longer, it is likely that head and neck cancer patients will make up a large proportion of patients seen within secondary care settings in the future. The management of these patients can be very difficult for a number of reasons. Part(More)
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