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   1981| April-June  | Volume 27 | Issue 2  
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Non-specific seminal tract infection and male infertility : a bacteriological study.
NN Mogra, AA Dhruva, LK Kothari
April-June 1981, 27(2):99-104
70 infertile males with epididymal tenderness, pus cells in the semen, and/or history of urinary tract infection were studied by semen culture examination. Significant growth of Streptococcus fecalis, Escherichia coli, coagulase positive Staphylococci, Proteus valgaris, Pseudomonas pyocyanea, and beta hemolytic Strepticocci was found in 42.9% of the cases. Most of the tested strains were sensitive to ampicillin, cotrimoxazole, nitrofurantoin, erythromycin, and chloramphenicol. In a control group of 20 healthy fertile males, only an insignificnat growth of Staphylococcus albus and Streptococcus facalis was found in 65% of the samples. Nonspecific seminal tract infection can be an important cause of male infertility. These infections may affect fertility in several ways: by damaging sperm, hampering their motility, altering the chemical composition of the seminal fluid, or by producing an inflammatory structure in the tract. Seminal infection could also be the cause of the chronicity of urinary tract infection by acting as the reservoir of infection.
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The bacitracin sensitivity test for identifying beta-haemolytic streptococci of Lancefield group A.
AD Mondkar, SS Kelkar
April-June 1981, 27(2):86-9
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Management of flail chest by intermittent positive pressure respiration (IPPR).
KM Nadkarni, DD Dasgupta, RA Bhalerao
April-June 1981, 27(2):120-122A
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Effect of diazepam alone and in combination with chlorpromazine or propranolol in experimentally induced convulsions in mice.
RB Billimoria, PR Naik, RS Satoskar
April-June 1981, 27(2):73-9
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Serum calcium and gastric acid-pepsin secretion.
BD Pimparkar, UM Gandhi, PV Bodas
April-June 1981, 27(2):90-8
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Primary acquired hypogammaglobulinemia (a case report).
MB Agarwal, PS Sanzgiri, BC Mehta
April-June 1981, 27(2):116-9
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Evaluation of diazepam alone and in combination with chlorpromazine or propranolol in the therapy of tetanus.
RB Billimoria, RH Chhabra, RS Satoskar
April-June 1981, 27(2):80-5
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Platelet function and blood coagulation in tetanus.
SR Manikeri, NA Kshirsagar, SM Karandikar, FD Dastur, VV Awatramani, JJ Shah, JM Shah
April-June 1981, 27(2):109-15
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The basis of beta-adrenergic bronchodilation.
MA Kumar
April-June 1981, 27(2):61-5
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A new electrical impedence plethysmogram : observations in peripheral arterial occlusive diseases.
GB Parulkar, RB Padmashree, RD Bapat, RV Rege, KC Bhagtani, GD Jindal
April-June 1981, 27(2):66-72
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Intra-osseous lipoma of the calcaneum.
VV Mohan, SK Gupta, JJ Cherian, SS Lal
April-June 1981, 27(2):126-8
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Fibrinolytic activity in coronary heart disease.
MM Rani, KK Nath, TN Mehrotra, SD Mishra
April-June 1981, 27(2):105-8
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Posterior urethral polyp in a neonate.
PL Rao, NC Bhattacharya, VV Joshi, IC Pathak, SK Mitra
April-June 1981, 27(2):125-6
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Pseudo-aneurysm resulting from traumatic rupture of AV fistula (a case report).
SM Sheth, AF Almeida, NC Talwalkar, VN Acharya
April-June 1981, 27(2):122-4
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