BLOGS BY DOCTORS

June 2017

QUAD fever: beware of non-infectious fever in high spinal cord injuries

  • rachna
  • Jun 23, 2017
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by – Jyoti Goyal, Rakesh Jha, Paramjeet Bhatia, Raj Kumar Mani

SUMMARY

A case of cervical spinal cord injury and quadriparesis
with prolonged fever is being described. Initially,
the patient received treatment for well-documented
catheter-related bloodstream infection. High spiking
fever returned and persisted with no obvious evidence
of infection. Read More

May 2017

What could be the cause for lower back pain?

  • nayati
  • May 16, 2017
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What could be the cause for lower back pain?

Lower back pain can be due to many reasons and the causes may be quite a lot. The location, severity, pattern, and the type of pain, in addition to the history of pain, the time when the patient started to feel pain, any activities or positions that are making the pain better or worse are all important aspect to ascertain the causes of the pain and thus help in proper diagnosis and planning the treatment. Read More

February 2017

Isolated pulmonary mucormycosis

  • nayati
  • Feb 17, 2017
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Isolated pulmonary mucormycosis 

By – Raj Kumar Mani, Vipul Mishra, Manish Sharma, Raghupathy Ashok Kumar

DESCRIPTION An obese woman aged 70 years with a history of chronic persistent asthma and diabetes mellitus presented with acute exacerbation and respiratory failure. A chest X-ray and CT scan revealed patchy infiltrates on the right lung along with right hilar and upper lobe masses suggestive of malignancy (figure 1). Read More

A Simplistic Approach for Registration of Orthogonal Planar Images as a Pre-Preparation for Externally Acquired Cranial Images in Department of Radiation Oncology, Nayati Healthcare and Research Centre

  • nayati
  • Feb 03, 2017
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The intention of the work is two folds. One is to make the outside clinical diagnostic images compatible with our treatment planning system (TPS) and second use point by point registration in three orthogonal planes as pre-preparation process for specific outside clinic diagnostic images. This could reduce the work load of Staff dealing with high end equipment.

For more information visit A Simplistic Approach for Registration of Orthogonal Planar

Level and determinants of precancerous symptoms of cervical cancer in unscreened population of Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan, India: a pilot study

  • nayati
  • Feb 03, 2017
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This study was conducted to explore the risk factors related to symptoms of cervical cancer.

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Epidemiological hazards of tobacco and its manifestations in oral health of a screened population in Northern India

  • nayati
  • Feb 03, 2017
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This study was conducted on a large scale population based screening study to evaluate the epidemiological hazard of tobacco and its oral manifestation leading to precancerous lesion.

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Does tobacco addiction relate to oral mucosal changes? An epidemiological study from north India

  • nayati
  • Feb 03, 2017
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The aim of this study is to explore the dimension of tobacco use and its relationship with development of mouth ulcers.

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Prevalence of oral ulcers and its association with addictions in rural population of western Uttar Pradesh and eastern Rajasthan

  • nayati
  • Feb 03, 2017
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This study was conducted to explore prevalence oral ulcers and its association with addictions among the population of Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan.

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December 2016

Significance of Preventive Health Checks in Indian Scenario

  • nayati
  • Dec 21, 2016
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As human beings we are more evolved than animals but due to our mastery over senses and advancement in technology, we have become slave to bad habits. Everyone is aware of the fact that now- a- days people rely on medicines more than the signals sent by their bodies. Read More

Smoking and its impact

  • nayati
  • Dec 21, 2016
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Tobacco smoke is enormously harmful to health. There’s no safe way to smoke. Replacing your cigarette with a cigar, pipe, or hookah won’t help you avoid the health risks associated with tobacco products. Read More