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International Journal of Biomedical and Advance Research
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  • Role of USG and CT scan in evaluating ovarian lesions

    Introduction: Ultrasound helps by detecting lesions, give idea about its internal structure and also give opportunity to evaluate other abdominal organs. However evaluation by CT scan can give additional information, which can modify the course of treatment and prognosis of patient.Material & methods: Study comprise of 84 patients who were evaluated with ultrasonography (USG) and computerized tomography (CT) scan of abdomen and pelvis. Ovarian pathologies were categorized with benign, mal...

    Probiotics for Health and Disease - Myth or Truth????

    Since some decades bacteria known as Probiotics have been supplemented to various foods because of their beneficial effects for human health. The mechanism of action of Probiotics is related to their ability to compete with pathogenic microbes for adhesion sites, to antagonize these pathogens or to modulate the host’s immune response. The potential application of Probiotics for excellent health has recently attracted the attention several teams of investigators. Although only a few clinical s...

    Primary Hydatid Cyst of Spleen: A rare entity

    Primary hydatid disease of the spleen is very rare, even though spleen is the third most common organ involved in hydatid disease. Hydatid disease, a zoonosis, occurs worldwide but it is endemic in farming and cattle rearing areas. Most common sites of involvement by hydatid disease are liver followed by lung. Other rare sites include heart, pancreas, muscles and brain. The rarity of splenic hydatid disease poses a diagnostic challenge for clinicians especially in non endemic areas. We report...

    Correlation between abdominal fat and myocardial blood flow in sedentary and non sedentary male workers at rest

    Background: Sedentary life has emerged as a risk factor for various negative health.  Abdominal obesity plays a major role in the pathogenesis of several metabolic and cardiovascular medical problems. The myocardial blood flow can be easily measured by knowing hemodynamic predictors the heart rate and systolic blood pressure which correlate better with the myocardial oxygen consumption.Method: In this cross sectional study 70 sedentary and 70 non-sedentary (30-40 years) age matched male worke...

    Awareness of HIV/STD among children aged 13 to 17 years of an urban high school in Mangalore

    Adolescence is a period of many changes, including physical, mental, physiological, behavioural changes occuring in an individual. This vulnerable period makes the child susceptible to sexually transmitted diseases due to various reasons. We surveyed an urban school of coastal Karnataka state in children aged 13 to 17 years for awareness regarding HIV/STD. Among the 768 respondents, only 53.5% beleived that protected sex reduced the risk of HIV/STD transmission. we also reviewed other investi...
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