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Neonatal screening for Glucose-6-Phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency
Objective : This study was carried out to detect the incidence of erythrocytic Glucose-6-Phosphate dehydrogenase (G-6-PD) deficiency, to compare the incidence of hyperbilirubinernia in G-6-PDExpand
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Hyperinnervation of the striatum by dorsal raphe afferents after dopamine-depleting brain lesions in neonatal rats
Dopamine-depleting brain lesions produced in neonatal rats by intraventricular injection of 6-hydroxydopamine (6-OHDA) are known to increase striatal levels of serotonin by adulthood. We now reportExpand
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Surgical reconstruction for absence of sternum and pericardium in a newborn
We report the surgical management of a 3 day old baby with absent sternum and pericardium with impending rupture of the skin cover. The repair described is innovative and may be used in place ofExpand
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Miocene tree shrews from the Indian Śivaliks
There have been no definite reports of fossil tree shrews although a rib cage from the Tatrot Formation of India has been identified as Tupaia1, and fossil material, including the anterior part of aExpand
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Gangrene Complicating Dopamine Therapy
A man aged 40 was admitted with a 3-day history of highgrade fever with rigors and generalized bodyache. His temperature was 40 °C, pulse-rate 124/min and blood pressure 104/76 mmHg. Haemoglobin wasExpand
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A longitudinal study of growth in length and weight of Punjabi infants in Chandigarh, India.
One hundred and fifty-four Punjabi infants (86 male, 68 female) were followed longitudinally and their lengths and weights measured each month during the first year of life. Monthly distance andExpand
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Relapsing Fever—Tick-Borne. Account of an Outbreak in J.&K. Force, India
  • S. Kaul
  • Medicine
  • The Indian medical gazette
  • 1 October 1949
The stories lolcl by these cases were informative and have an important bearing on one of the characteristics of this type of the disease. At one place 13 men from a platoon of a unit slept for aExpand
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Longitudinal growth of body weight and crown heel length in Punjabi infants: population comparison
One hundred and fifty four Punjabi infants (86 males and 68 females) were longitudinally studied for body weight and crowh-heel length at monthly age intervals at Nehru Hospital, P.G.I.M.E.R.,Expand
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Innominate artery compression of trachea
Innominate artery may cross the trachea and cause airway obstruction is a rare cause of vascular obstruction of airway. We describe a child with stridor, inability to extubate in whom the diagnosisExpand
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Diagnosis of Vertigo
SIR,-In a recent letter (January 20, p. 191) Dr. Gerald Milner has described an impressive change for the better in the mental state of a chronic. paranoid schizophrenic given massive doses ofExpand
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