Authors' Reports

Garima Bhutani, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

      BIBLIOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF JOURNAL THYROID RESEARCH AND PRACTICE (TRP)
Bibliometric analysis of Thyroid Research and Practice (TRP) journal reveals that it is emerging as a hallmark journal in the field of thyroidology as is evident by the improving quantity and quality of its published articles along with broad coverage of every subspeciality of thyroidology..

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Thyroid Research and Practice 

Garima Bhutani (author)
Sonepat, India  (author's city and country) / Sonepat, India (ciudad y país del autor/a)
Frenny J Sheth, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

      CHROMOSOMAL REARRANGEMENTS AND COUNSELING IN CASES WITH REPEATED FETAL WASTAGE
Chromosomal anomalies are one of the underlying bases of reproductive failure. Comprehensive characterization and association analysis of gross anomalies, variants and marker chromosomes could aid in recurrence risk calculation for subsequent pregnancy. Cytogenetic analysis of couples with reduced reproductive fitness and recurrent abortions would facilitate counseling and patient management..

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Indian Journal of Human Genetics 

Frenny J Sheth (author)
Ahmedabad, India  (author's city and country) / Ahmedabad, India (ciudad y país del autor/a)
Aman Chowdhry, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

      DIGITAL BEAUTIFICATION AND FRAUD IN FORENSIC ODONTOLOGY
It was quite evident form the present study that retouched digital images can be created by software’s. Tools are available to detect such digital frauds, which are extremely difficult to assess visually. All digital content should mandatorily have attached metadata and preferably watermarking in order to avert their malicious re-use..

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Journal of Forensic Dental Sciences 

Aman Chowdhry (author)
New Delhi, India  (author's city and country) / New Delhi, India (ciudad y país del autor/a)
Satyabrata Pulai, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

      CLINICAL FEATURES AND MRI CHANGES IN DRUG-NAÏVE NEUROLOGIC WILSON’S DISEASE
Dystonia, dysarthria and tremor are common neurological features of neurologic Wilson’s disease. Abnormalities in MRI of brain are observed in all patients and these abnormalities are positively correlated with disease severity. The diffusion restriction is inversely correlated with the disease duration. MR Spectroscopy is also a sensitive tool for the diagnosis..

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Neurology India 

Satyabrata Pulai (author)
Kolkata, India  (author's city and country) / Kolkata, India (ciudad y país del autor/a)
Rahul Halkai, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

      REDEFINING THE CAUSE FOR THE PERSISTENT INFECTION OF ENDODONTICALLY TREATED TEETH.
To address the cause of persistent infection of root canal treated teeth. Materials and Methods: 60 human single-rooted teeth divided into three groups. Group I (control group): no access opening and one-third of the apical root sealed using varnish. Group II: no preparation of teeth samples. In group III, apical root cementum was exposed to lactic acid and roughened using diamond....

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Journal of Conservative Dentistry 

Rahul Halkai (author)
Kalaburgi(gulbarga), India  (author's city and country) / Kalaburgi(gulbarga), India (ciudad y país del autor/a)
Vineet Nair, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

      A CLINICO-HEMATOLOGICAL APPRAISAL OF AGGRESSIVE PERIODONTITIS
Deducing the results of the study, we can conclude that a definite association between ABO blood groups and HLA phenotypes with periodontal diseases cannot be established. Leukocytic functional defects were found in subjects with aggressive periodontitis (AP). A statistically significant percentage of CD14+ CD16+ and CD45RA monocytes were found in AP subjects as compared to the controls..

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Journal of Indian Society of Periodontology 

Vineet Nair (author)
Kolkata, India  (author's city and country) / Kolkata, India (ciudad y país del autor/a)
Anup Das, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

      A SHORT REVIEW OF ASCARIASIS
oldest human helminthiasis due to Ascariasis, although a health-problem in tropics, is not uncommon in other parts. It can involve the hepato-biliary system too. The disease burden can be addressed by mass eradication programme but still is a high cause of mortality, growth retardation and other morbidities. Susceptibility, worm load and other genetic factors are avenues for further research. Conservative treatment....

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Journal of Global Infectious Diseases 

Anup Das (author)
Dibrugarh, India  (author's city and country) / Dibrugarh, India (ciudad y país del autor/a)
Amith Holenarsipur Vasanthakumar, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

      INDIAN DENTAL STUDENTS OPINION ON THE FIVE YEAR BDS CURRICULUM
Microresumen: According to the present study results, most of the students felt that internship is vital to BDS course, increase in clinical quota cannot compensate for lack of internship. Most believed that lack of internship would adversely affect the institutions ability to provide rural dental care..

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SRM Journal of Research in Dental Sciences 

Amith Holenarsipur Vasanthakumar (author)
Bhopal, India  (author's city and country) / Bhopal, India (ciudad y país del autor/a)
Anant Dhanwate, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

      BRAIN DEATH - CONSENSUS AND CONTROVERSIES
death is an irreversible cessation of all functions of the brain and requires apneic coma with absence of elicitable brainstem reflexes for its certification. The concept was evolved following inventions of ventillators and pressor drugs wherein the cardiopulmonary function could be sustained even in the absence of brain function. Despite the wide acceptance, the concept is still unclear to many and....

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Indian Journal of Critical Care Medicine 

Anant Dhanwate (author)
Aurangabad, India  (author's city and country) / Aurangabad, India (ciudad y país del autor/a)
Seema Bandhu, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

      E-LEARNING IN MEDICAL EDUCATION-A FEASIBLE OPTION.
E-learning, the use of internet for education was introduced to medical students in the subject of Ophthalmology. The topics were converted to web friendly format and used for teaching and evaluation. Feedback taken from the students showed that they found E-learning to be a useful medium of instruction..

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Indian Journal of Ophthalmology 

Seema Bandhu (author)
Pune, India  (author's city and country) / Pune, India (ciudad y país del autor/a)
Seema Bandhu, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

      E-LEARNING IN MEDICAL EDUCATION-A FEASIBLE OPTION.
E-learning, the use of internet for education was introduced to medical students in the subject of Ophthalmology. The topics were converted to web friendly format and used for teaching and evaluation. Feedback taken from the students showed that they found E-learning to be a useful medium of instruction..

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Indian Journal of Ophthalmology 

Seema Bandhu (author)
Pune, India  (author's city and country) / Pune, India (ciudad y país del autor/a)
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