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   1999| January-March  | Volume 45 | Issue 1  
 
 
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CASE REPORT
Agenesis of corpus callosum - a rare case.
AK Desai, AG Bhide, SA Bhalerao
January-March 1999, 45(1):20-2
PMID:0010734328
  14,519 144 -
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
Should a preterm breech go for vaginal delivery or caesarean section.
HS Warke, RM Saraogi, SM Sanjanwalla
January-March 1999, 45(1):1-4
PMID:0010734322
  13,772 251 4
CASE REPORT
Imaging features of gossypiboma: report of two cases.
S Prasad, A Krishnan, J Limdi, T Patankar
January-March 1999, 45(1):18-9
PMID:0010734327
  13,357 251 7
Pedunculated nasal glioma: MRI features and review of the literature.
J Shah, D Patkar, T Patankar, A Krishnan, S Prasad, J Limdi
January-March 1999, 45(1):15-7
PMID:0010734326
  9,806 132 3
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
A comparison of continuous infusion of vecuronium and atracurium in midline and paramedian laparotomies.
LS Chaudhari, AN Shetty, M Buddhi, G Krishnan
January-March 1999, 45(1):5-9
PMID:0010734323
  9,570 156 -
REVIEW ARTICLE
Common structural elements in 'scorpion-toxin' type proteins.
P Narayanan
January-March 1999, 45(1):23-7
PMID:0010734329
  8,498 175 -
CASE REPORT
Primary hypertrophic tuberculosis of the pyloroduodenal area: report of 2 cases.
S Agrawal, SV Shetty, G Bakshi
January-March 1999, 45(1):10-2
PMID:0010734324
  7,600 154 5
Spontaneous oesophageal perforation due to mediastinal tuberculous lymphadenitis - atypical presentation of tuberculosis.
C Desai, KS Kumar, P Rao, V Thapar, AN Supe
January-March 1999, 45(1):13-4
PMID:0010734325
  6,148 134 4
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2004 - Journal of Postgraduate Medicine
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