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Mobile Ad-hoc network is a temporary network of mobile nodes where mobile nodes communicate with each other through wireless links with no fixed infrastructure & no centralized control. Each mobile node in such a scenario acts as both a router & host. Nodes within each other's radio range communicate directly, while those other nodes that are far apart(More)
We present a series of four patients presenting with symptoms leading to a provisional diagnosis of globus pharyngeus. On further investigation, they were all found to have small areas of abnormal mucosa in either their hypopharynx or proximal oesophagus, which on biopsy were reported as containing gastric-type mucosa. Following anti-reflux treatment, all(More)
BACKGROUND Metastatic bone disease is a common problem in patients with advanced cancer causing significant morbidity and poor quality of life. Effective and less toxic treatments, like bisphophonates, can reduce morbidity in such cases. OBJECTIVES The objectives of this study were to determine whether Zoledronic acid was administered in accordance with(More)
BACKGROUND Neonatal sepsis is a major cause of neonatal mortality. The clinical outcome mainly depends on the early diagnosis and peripheral venous blood culture (PVBC) is the most widely practiced diagnostic method. AIMS This study aimed to evaluate the utility of umbilical cord blood culture (UCBC) in neonates at high risk of early onset neonatal sepsis(More)
The use of laser for stapedotomy was introduced in our department in the year 2002, and since then has taken over the mechanical technique. A total of 85 patients who had undergone primary stapedotomy with either technique are reported with regards to effectiveness and rate of side effects. Although footplate complications were reduced with the laser,(More)
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