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A Clinical study of Primary Open Angle Glaucoma in Hospital Patients - Chatterjee P.R., Dutta H., Ghanta A., Roy D.K.
Primary Open Angle Glaucoma (P.O.A.G) is widely prevalent all over the world. It is usually asymptomatic until advanced stage where there may be either irreversible marked visual field loss or advanced optic nerve head damage or both. So...

Acrylic Museum Jars - Dr. V. Balasubramanyam
Preparing Acrylic Museum Jars A limited range (in size, thickness and quality) of glass containers are available for mounting of museum specimens. It has always been a problem finding jars for smaller specimens like embryos and small bon...

Active Vision therapy for Amblyopia - Dr. Arun Verma
Active Vision Therapy Introduction In all branches of medical science, there is now great emphasis not only on early diagnosis and treatment of all disorders and diseases but also on measures that aim at their prevention. However, squint...

Active Vision Therapy II - Dr. Arun Verma
Amblyopia (Lazy Eye) Amblyopia (lazy eye), means that the eye has not developed normally and always has blurred vision, even with the best spectacle glasses or contact lenses your eye surgeon or the optometrist can prescribe. Amblyopia i...

Aesthetic Surgery of Nose - Dr. Ashok K. Gupta
The Nose has not only commanded attention on its own accord for its size and shape, but has governed Facial Aesthetics like no other part of the body. Not only it defines facial proportions, but also influences the personality of the ind...

Agenesis of Gall Bladder - Arun Kumar S. Bilodi and Chitra Sonekar
A case Report on Absence (Agenesis) of Gall Bladder Failure in the development of caudal foregut diverticulum results in agenesis of gall bladder. It occurs either as development phenomena or associated anomaly. The anomalies include ano...

Aggressive Periodontitis: Need to Assess the Prevalence and to plan the Management Strategies in Indian Scenario - Vandana A. Pant and R. M. Mathur
Aggressive periodontitis is considered as a multifactorial disease, comprising of a heterogeneous group of infectious diseases characterized by the complex host-microbial interaction in the periodontium. Aggressive nature and early onset...

Application of "Value Engineering" to Rationalize the Cost of Cataract Surgery in Eye Clinic at Tata Main Hospital - S.P. Jakhanwal, G.B. Singh
Key Words: Value Engineering, Cost of Cataract Surgery. Key Messages: The concept of Value Engineering (VE) can be successfully utilized to rationalize the cost of cataract surgery. Functional Analysis System Technique (Fas...

Applied Anatomy and Therapeutics
Role of Applied Anatomy in Therapeutics Aim of the study was to study the effect of drug therapy on anatomical features. Observation of the anatomical defects and history of therapeutics taken by the patients and time of pregnancy when t...

Asbestos Bodies - Furquan Ahmad Ansari and Qamar Rahman
Asbestos bodies or Ferruginous bodies are classically asbestos fibres. The term asbestos is originated from Greek word, which means “indestructible or inextinguishable”, which represents the longer durability of the material....

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