Sohrab Naushad Ali

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Strokes are the commonest cause of severe permanent physical disability in Britain,' and their care consumes a considerable proportion of acute medical resources. The reported incidence in Britain varies,2 3 but 150 cases per 100 000 a year is a useful approximation for planning. In some areas about 40°o of patients with stroke are admitted to hospital2-4(More)
Ureteral triplication is a rare congenital anomaly of the urinary tract. Since the first description by Warny in 1870, approximately 100 known cases have been reported in the literature, often accompanied by a variety of associated anomalies in contralateral kidney. This report presents a case of ureteral triplication with contralateral duplication and(More)
BACKGROUND Emphysematous pyelonephritis is a severe life threatening necrotising infection of the renal parenchyma. The infection most commonly occurs in the diabetic population, often associated with the organism E. coli Emphysematous pyelonephritis differs from standard pyelonephritis by the bacterial liberation and accumulation of gas in the surrounding(More)
S S t t t t t u u u u u d d d d d ies ies ies ies ies Objectives: Female breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in North Carolina. It also accounts for the second largest number of cancer-related deaths among women. The objective of this study is to examine recent breast cancer incidence, stage at diagnosis, treatment, and mortality differences(More)
Münchausen Syndrome by Proxy (MSBP) is a psychiatric disorder characterised by the adoption of bizarre behavioural-patterns by caregivers in which diseases or disorders are fabricated in individuals, usually children, for purposes which span feelings of superiority derived from deceit of persons deemed superior to the caregiver, or attention seeking. The(More)
Objectives: This study examines colorectal cancer incidence and mortality, as well as stage at diagnosis and treatment patterns among whites and African Americans in North Carolina. Methods: Data from the North Carolina Central Cancer Registry (CCR) on new colorectal cancer cases were used to examine the racial differences in incidence, stage at diagnosis,(More)
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