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Occurrence of infections in schoolchildren subsequent to supplementation with vitamin D-calcium or zinc: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial

Mandlik R, Mughal Z, Khadilkar , Chiplonkar S, Ekbote V, Kajale N, Patwardhan V, Padidela R, Khadilkar

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: Vitamin D and zinc are recognized for their roles in immune-modulation, and their deficiencies are suggested to be important risk factors for childhood infections. This study, therefore, undertook to...
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Asia Pacific Association of Allergy Asthma and Clinical Immunology White Paper 2020 on climate change, air pollution, and biodiversity in Asia-Pacific and impact on allergic diseases

Pawankar R, Wang JY, Wang IJ, Thien F, Chang YS, Latiff AH, Fujisawa T, Zhang L, Thong BY, Chatchatee P, Leung TF, Kamchaisatian W, Rengganis , Yoon HJ, Munkhbayarlakh S, Recto MT, Neo AG, Le Pham D, Lan LT, Davies JM, Oh JW

Air pollution, climate change, and reduced biodiversity are major threats to human health with detrimental effects on a variety of chronic noncommunicable diseases in particular respiratory and cardiovascular diseases. The...
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Parameters Affecting India Ink Artifacts on Opposed-Phase MR Images

Kim BR, Ha DH

PURPOSE: To determine the MR parameters affecting India ink artifacts on opposed-phase chemical shift magnetic resonance (MR) imaging. MATERIALS AND METHODS: The use of a female Sprague-Dawley rat was approved by...
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Outcomes of Fast-Track Multidisciplinary Care of Hip Fractures in Veterans: A Geriatric Hip Fracture Program Report

Kulshrestha V, Sood M, Kumar S, Sharma P, Yadav YK

BACKGROUND: Hip fractures are a significant cause of morbidity and mortality in the elderly. Fast-track multidisciplinary co-management of these patients, rapid preoperative optimization, early surgery, and expeditious rehabilitation may minimize...
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Familial aggregation of inflammatory bowel disease in India: prevalence, risks and impact on disease behavior

Banerjee R, Pal P, Hutfless S, Ganesh BG, Reddy DN

BACKGROUND/AIMS: Information about familial aggregation of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) in Asia is limited. We aimed to analyze the prevalence and risk of familial IBD in an Indian cohort and...
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HIV/AIDS-related lymphoma: perspective from a regional cancer center in India

Rudresha A, Khandare P, Lokanatha , Linu AJ, Suresh Babu MC, Lokesh KN, Rajeev LK, Smitha CS, Amale VB, Premalata , Nikita M

BACKGROUND: India has the third largest population of people living with HIV/AIDS (PLHA). Lymphoma is the second most common malignancy among PLHA. However, data are lacking regarding HIV/AIDS-related lymphoma (ARL)...
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Evaluation of isosorbide-5-mononitrate as a cervical ripening agent prior to induced abortion in contrast to misoprostol- a randomized controlled trial

De AK, Kumar BS, Chakraborty A, Samanta A

OBJECTIVE: To determine whether vaginal application of 40 mg isosorbide-5-mononitrate (ISMN) has a comparable cervical ripening efficacy to and lesser side effects than 400 µg misoprostol in women scheduled for...
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Congenital Osseous Anomalies of the Cervical Spine: Occurrence, Morphological Characteristics, Embryological Basis and Clinical Significance: A Computed Tomography Based Study

Ankith N, Avinash M, Srivijayanand K, Shetty AP, Kanna RM, Rajasekaran S

STUDY DESIGN: Observational retrospective computed tomography (CT) based study. PURPOSE: To analyze the congenital anomalies of the cervical spine, their morphological variations and their clinical significance. OVERVIEW OF LITERATURE: Studies published to...
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Open Access Publishing in India: Coverage, Relevance, and Future Perspectives

Misra DP, Agarwal V

Open access (OA) publishing is a recent phenomenon in scientific publishing, enabling free access to knowledge worldwide. In the Indian context, OA to science has been facilitated by government-funded repositories...
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Vascular Injuries Due to Penetrating Missile Trauma in Anti-Terrorism Ops

Dhillan R, Bhalla A, Jha SK, Singh H, Arora A

PURPOSE: Penetrating vascular trauma though less common poses a challenge to all Surgeons. This study was designed to analyse the profile, management modalities of vascular trauma and the outcomes thereof...
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Molecular Identification of Human Sporotrichosis in Korea

Kim HR, Shin DH, Lee JB, Choi JS

BACKGROUND: Sporotrichosis is a common deep mycosis caused by the Sporothrix schenckii complex. Until 2016, no molecular studies had been conducted on these fungi, and all the included strains were...
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Tales from Fragments: A Review of Indian Human Skeletal Studies

Mushrif-Tripathy V

India provides large number of skeletal data from the pre- and protohistoric levels covering a time span of almost 10,000 years. Major skeletal collection comes from the cultural phases ranging...
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Neurological Recovery Pattern in Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy after Anterior Surgery: A Prospective Study with Literature Review

Pandita N, Gupta S, Raina P, Srivastava A, Hakak AY, Singh O, Darokhan M, Butt MF

STUDY DESIGN: Prospective clinical study. PURPOSE: The present study aimed to examine the neurological recovery pattern in cervical spondylotic myelopathy (CSM) after anterior cervical decompression and compare it with the existing...
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Theranostics in India: a Particularly Exquisite Concept or an Experimental Tool

Choudhury , Gupta M

The term theranostics is a combination of a diagnostic tool that helps to define a right therapeutic tool for specific disease and paves the approach towards personalized or precision medicine....
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Factors influencing to study medicine: a survey of first-year medical students from India

Narayanasamy M, Ruban A, Somi Sankaran P

PURPOSE: Students joining medical studies may be motivated by many factors. However, there may also be some factors which may concern them. Although, it can be assumed that those joining...
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Effects of targeted remediation in anatomy for first year medical students

Shankar N, Ravindranath Y, Ravindranath R, Shah H

The aim of this study was to assess the effectiveness of a questionnaire to guide targeted remediation among undergraduate medical students in anatomy. Seventy-five students from a medical college in...
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Magnetic resonance angiography of hypoplastic A1 segment of anterior cerebral artery at 3.0-Tesla in Andhra Pradesh population of India

Pentyala S, Sankar KD, Bhanu PS, Kumar NS

Pre-communicating or A1 segment of anterior cerebral artery (A1ACA) hypoplasia can negotiate the anterior cerebral circulation. Not many studies have been examined the association of hypoplastic A1ACA and cerebral ischemic...
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Feasibility of Sub-Axial Cervical Laminar Screws, Including C7, in the Indian Population: A Study on 50 Patients Using Computed Tomography-Based Morphometry Measurements

Srivastava A, Nanda G, Mahajan R, Nanda A, Batra S, Mishra N, Pandita N, Chhabra HS

STUDY DESIGN: Observational study of computed tomography (CT) data. PURPOSE: We performed a CT-based radiographic analysis of sub-axial cervical lamina in the Indian population to assess the feasibility of laminar screws. OVERVIEW...
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Association between body mass index (BMI) and hypertension in south Asian population: evidence from nationally-representative surveys

Hossain FB, Adhikary G, Chowdhury , Shawon MS

BACKGROUND: Although there has been a well-established association between overweight-obesity and hypertension, whether such associations are heterogeneous for South Asian populations, or for different socioeconomic groups is not well-known. We...
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Gastrointestinal histoplasmosis: a case series from a non-endemic region in North India

Mandavdhare HS, Shah J, Prasad KK, Agarwala R, Suri V, Kumari S, Dutta U, Sharma V

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