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Prevalence of Charcot Arthropathy in Type 2 Diabetes Patients Aged over 50 Years with Severe Peripheral Neuropathy: A Retrospective Study in a Tertiary Care South Indian Hospital
Aims: Available literature on the prevalence of Charcot arthropathy (CA) represents mainly Western population. No study has been reported from India so far. Hence we attempted to study the prevalenceExpand
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Technetium uptake predicts remission and relapse in Grave's disease patients on antithyroid drugs for at least 1 year in South Indian subjects
Context: Most of the information on remission related factors in Grave's disease are derived from Western literature. It is likely that there may be additional prognostic factors and differences inExpand
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Once-Weekly Somapacitan vs Daily GH in Children With GH Deficiency: Results From a Randomized Phase 2 Trial
Abstract Context Daily growth hormone (GH) injections can be burdensome for patients and carers. Somapacitan is a long-acting, reversible albumin-binding GH derivative in development for once-weeklyExpand
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Comparison of different glucocorticoid regimens in the management of classical congenital adrenal hyperplasia due to 21-hydroxylase deficiency
Background: There are recommendations regarding the total dose of hydrocortisone to be administered in the treatment of classical congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH) to achieve the twin objectivesExpand
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Turner syndrome and its variants
Case records of female patients with karyotype proven turner syndrome were analyzed. 11 patients had classic Turner karyotype (Group 1) and 13 patients had karyotype suggestive of one of the variantsExpand
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Novel CYP19A1 Mutations Extend the Genotype-Phenotype Correlation and Reveal the Impact on Ovarian Function
Abstract Context The steroidogenic enzyme aromatase (CYP19A1) is required for estrogen biosynthesis from androgen precursors in the ovary and extragonadal tissues. The role of aromatase, and thusExpand
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Hypercalcemia with renal failure.
We report a cse of nephrocalcinosis with renal failure which on evaluation was found to have hypercalcemia. Further investigations showed an inappropriately normal intact parathormone (iPTH) and 1,25Expand
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Tree Climbing and Temporal Niche Shifting: An Anti-Predatory Strategy in the Mangrove Crab Parasesarma plicatum (Latreille, 1803)
Parasesarma plicatum , a common sesarmid crab in mangrove habitats of India, always climbs onto the mangrove vegetation during high tide. We studied whether this temporal niche shifting of the crabExpand
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Species Preference in Seedling Predation by the Sesarmid Crab Neosarmatium malabaricum (Henderson, 1893) in a Mangrove Forest in India
There are few studies that dealt with species preference in seedling predation by sesarmid crabs in mangrove forests. We investigated predation preference of the sesarmid crab NeosarmatiumExpand