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While there is indeed an increasing awareness and a feeling for immediately improving the presently available health care to an expectant mother and her newborn, it must be questioned whether it is feasible in India to do so in the time and with the resources available. The task appears to be as gigantic and formidable as the gap between what is desirable… (More)
Pleuropulmonary mucormycosis is relatively rare disease and that too localised disease is very rare but has got better prognosis. Maintaining a high level of suspicion is important in right clinical setting with pleuropulmonary involvement that fails to antibacterial agent either clinically or radiologically.
There are many myths about cervical vertigo. Cervical vertigo is defined as vertigo from the cervical spine. In this review article, we outline the basic science and clinical evidence for cervical vertigo according to the current literature. So far, there are 4 different hypotheses explaining the vertigo of a cervical origin, including proprioceptive… (More)