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September-December 2016 | Vol 43 | Issue 3

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Guest Editorial
Skills and practices for the postgraduate trainees of community medicine, public health, and hospital administration courses in India: Learn to demonstrate and imbibe
Training ideally should enable people to perform their present duties effectively and at the same time, prepare them to shoulder greater responsibilities in future. The ultimate objective of personnel...
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A study to evaluate host factors for musculoskeletal injuries secondary to trauma among elderly people of Northwestern India
Introduction: As the population ages, the problems related to falls and fractures are expected to grow. This poses a great challenge to the health-care systems. Meeting these challenges require...
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Comparison of surgical versus medical therapy in the patients with malignant cerebral infarctions-A retrospective study from Southern India
Introduction: Large hemispheric infarctions secondary to occlusion of middle cerebral artery (MCA) are termed "malignant MCA territory infarctions" due to high mortality and morbidity resulting...
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Diagnostic efficacy of fine-needle aspiration cytology in the evaluation of cervical lymphadenopathy
Background: Fine-needle aspiration cytology (FNAC) is a first-line investigation modality for the evaluation of cervical lymphadenopathy. Aim: This study was undertaken to assess the uti...
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Effects of truncal motor imagery practice on trunk performance, functional balance, and daily activities in acute stroke
Background: Motor imagery is beneficial to treat upper and lower limbs motor impairments in stroke patients, but the effects of imagery in the trunk recovery have not been reported. Hence, the ...
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