Sagar Tandon

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The ratio of vaginal hysterectomy to abdominal hysterectomy in the UK is 1:3. It is well known that patients who have had a vaginal hysterectomy recover better compared with abdominal hysterectomy. However, abdominal hysterectomy is the preferred method in most hospitals because it is deemed easier to do. With ERBE Biclamp diathermy forceps, vaginal(More)
This paper presents NoRefrence Image Quality Assessment using Blind Image Quality Assessment. Many successful algorithms for full reference quality assessment have been developed but general purpose no-reference approaches still lags as most of the blind approaches are distortion specific this means they could only remove a specific type of distortion that(More)
The objective of the study was to assess the risk factors associated with obstetric brachial plexus injury. It was a retrospective analysis over a 7-year period, of women whose labours were either complicated by shoulder dystocia or had neonates who sustained brachial plexus injury. The 133 women included were divided into two groups: (1) Non-brachial(More)
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