Vivek S Radhakrishnan

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The standard treatments of surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy in head and neck squamous cell carcinomas (HNSCC) causes disturbance to normal surrounding tissues, systemic toxicities and functional problems with eating, speaking, and breathing. With early detection, many of these cancers can be effectively treated, but treatment should also focus on(More)
The term lymphoma identifies a heterogeneous group of biologically and clinically distinct neoplasms that originate from the lymphoid organs and have historically been divided into two distinct categories, namely non–Hodgkin’s lymphoma (NHL) and Hodgkin’s lymphoma (HL).1,2 Based on biological, pathological and clinical criteria, there are more than 30(More)
The Intelligent Flying Object for Reconnaissance (IFOR) is an autonomous aerial vehicle that has been developed by students of BITS Pilani, Dubai Campus. The vehicle is capable of localizing itself using the SLAM algorithm, stabilize its attitude (pitch, roll and yaw) and altitude using PID controllers, plan paths around obstacles and navigate an unknown(More)
Adverse effects of IT chemotherapy include arachnoiditis, lumbosacral radiculopathy, leukoencephalopathy, and myelopathy.[3] MRI findings include T2 hyperintensities in the central and posterior columns, cord swelling, or lateral column contrast enhancement. Vacuolar degeneration of the white matter is usually described in MTX myelopathy. Rarely extensive(More)
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