Sonia Bindu

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Peripheral blood lymphocytes of patients with malignant cervical neoplasia were studied for their capacity to produce interleukin-2 (IL-2) upon in vitro mitogen stimulation. Patients with early disease (Stage I/IIA) showed levels comparable to normal controls but those with advanced disease showed reduced levels, the reduction increasing with tumour load.(More)
Peripheral blood lymphocytes from patients with different stages of cancer of the uterine cervix were analysed for concanavalin-A-induced suppressor cell activity. All cancer patients had high levels of suppressor activity, the increase corresponding to tumour load. Radiotherapy resulted in further increase of suppressor activity. About six months after(More)
The significance of immune reactive proteins in malignant cervical neoplasia, with particular reference to its prognostic and clinical relevance, was studied in 229 patients. All stages of the disease showed elevated levels of circulating immune complexes (CIC). Patients with stages I/IIA showed elevated levels of IgG, whereas those with stages III and IV(More)
OBJECTIVE A novel technique has been described for repairing penile urethrocutaneous fistula: the PATIO ('preserve the tract and turn it inside out') repair. We report our experience with this technique in managing solitary urethrocutaneous fistula following primary hypospadias repair. METHODS Children with fistulae underwent the PATIO technique of(More)
Osteoporosis is the most common systemic bone disease and cause of fragility fractures. Bone turnover markers (BTMs) measure the rate of bone remodeling allowing for a dynamic assessment of skeletal status and hold promise in identifying those at highest risk of rapid bone loss and subsequent fracture. Further, the use of BTMs to monitor individuals(More)
Clinical and prognostic significance of radiation associated eosinophilia (RAE) and radiation associated monocytosis (RAM) was evaluated in 176 patients with squamous cell carcinoma of the uterine cervix followed up after radiotherapy. Significant RAE was noticed in patients with Stages I/IIA and IIB who remained disease-free after treatment. On the(More)
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