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In all the 144 water samples from ten villages fluoride level was higher than permissible limits. The boys had greater prevalence of dental fluorosis over the girls.
This study showed that patients with beta-thalassemia major and normal conventional echo doppler parameters had statistically significant changes detected by pulsed wave tissue doppler imaging.
Increase in ANRBC count correlated with intrauterine hypoxia. Hence, an increase in ANRBC count could be used as a screening tool for the early prediction of ROP in babies.
Blood gas analyzers underestimates Na + and K + values if sampling is done using liquid sodium heparin and if all other potential pre-analytical errors of testing are taken care of. The Bland Altman’s analysis in the present study showed a significant systematic bias and very wide limits of...
AA and AC showed an age-related distribution of their concentrations. This underlines the importance of using appropriate reference values when working with a prematurely born population.
Self-esteem was lower in children with learning disability. In factors affecting self-esteem maternal attitude, academic difficulties, academic failure and negative school reports was found to be unfavorable.
Bed wetting or nocturnal enuresis is a common problem among children. It is either monosymptomatic or may be associated with a voiding disorder. Many factors may contribute towards enuresis such as developmental delay, heredity, inappropriate nocturnal anti diuretic hormone secretion and reduced...
Peripheral lymphadenopathy in the pediatric age group is screened using fine needle aspiration cytology (FNAC). Cases found to have features suspicious for lymphoma on FNAC need to undergo biopsy with immunohistochemistry for characterization and typing. In pediatric age group, peripheral lymph...
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