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   1985| July-September  | Volume 31 | Issue 3  
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Detection of amoebic antigen by enzyme linked immuno-sorbent assay (ELISA).
GG Bhave, NM Wagle, UM Joshi
July-September 1985, 31(3):146-9
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Electronystagmography findings in acoustic neuromas.
MV Kirtane, SB Medikeri, SN Merchant, MM Desai, BB Bhanage
July-September 1985, 31(3):128-33
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Study of hyperlipidemia in adults with nephrotic syndrome.
UB Khanna, SV Nerurkar, AF Almeida, SP Taskar, VN Acharya
July-September 1985, 31(3):140-5
  2 10,370 0
Necrotising fasciitis (a report of 5 cases).
SD Deodhar, RG Shirahatti, AA Sareen, MA Bharucha, GG Bhave
July-September 1985, 31(3):170-2
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Goldenhar syndrome (a case report).
VV Kulkarni, MD Shah, AA Parikh
July-September 1985, 31(3):177-9
  1 12,073 0
Acute renal failure in paediatric population in the tropics.
BV Shah, AF Almeida, KP Chawla, AB Shah, BV Mittal, SG Kinare, VN Acharya
July-September 1985, 31(3):134-9
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Effects of anticancer drugs on folate disposition and excretion.
SV Gokhale, UK Ganu, RY Ambaye
July-September 1985, 31(3):123-7
  - 7,155 0
Comparative clinical study of enfenamic acid and aspirin in rheumatoid arthritis.
SR Gupta, AA Kaushik, VV Sharma, VK Kulshrestha
July-September 1985, 31(3):150-4
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The place of elective cerclage operation for cervical incompetence during pregnancy.
VV Deshpande, MM Bhattacharya
July-September 1985, 31(3):155-7
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A comparative evaluation of Casoni's intradermal test and counter-immuno-electrophoresis test in the diagnosis of hydatid disease.
MM Mathur, GG Bhave
July-September 1985, 31(3):158-60
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Experimental mycoplasma infection in albino rats.
LP Deodhar
July-September 1985, 31(3):161-3
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Unchanging maternal mortality in eclampsia (a 5 year study).
MA Deshmukh, SD Hamawalla, AM Virkud, AK Rajwade
July-September 1985, 31(3):164-6
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Early puerperal laparoscopic sterilization--a new technique.
SV Parulekar, MS Bhattacharya, HT Madhav
July-September 1985, 31(3):167-9
This paper describes the results of 23 cases of puerperal laparoscopic sterilization performed within 72 hours of delivery. A new method was employed to avoid injury to the uterine fundus and to make the tubes more accessible. Before insertion of the Veress needle, the anterior and posterior lips of the cervix were held with forceps and Hulka's uterine manipulator was introduced into the uterine cavity. The uterus was pulled down toward the introitus by applying traction to the sponge-holding forceps. Pneumoperitoneum of 3-4 liters was induced through use of a Veress needle, followed by introduction of a Storz single puncture operative laparoscope through an incision in the lower umbilical fold. Tubal occlusion was achieved with silastic bands. The average time required for sterilization from induction of general anesthesia was 6 minutes. There was no instance of injury to the uterine fundus, nor were there any cases of uterine perforation, injury to other pelvic structures, laceration of the cervix, or puerperal sepsis. At the time of follow-up 15 days after the procedure, all patients were in satisfactory condition. It is concluded that this method can enhance postpartum family planning programs. Since it can be carried out within the 1st 48 hours after delivery, the routine hospital stay of 3 days does not have to be prolonged as a result of sterilization.
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Malignant melanoma of ano-rectum (a case report).
SD Deodhar, AA Sareen, MA Bharucha, VV Vadera
July-September 1985, 31(3):173-4
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Hypertrophic ileo-caecal tuberculosis with complete situs inversus (a case report).
AC Pinto, MM Faria
July-September 1985, 31(3):175-6
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