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   1981| January-March  | Volume 27 | Issue 1  
 
 
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Adenomyosis.
IM Vora, RM Raizada, MY Rawal, JS Chadda
January-March 1981, 27(1):7-11
PMID:0007230081
  3 9,761 0
Idiot savant.
RR Abhyankar, SS Thatte, DR Doongaji
January-March 1981, 27(1):44-7
PMID:0007230076
  2 11,310 0
Autonomic neuropathy in diabetes mellitus.
JL Noronha, SD Bhandarkar, PN Shenoy, VJ Retnam
January-March 1981, 27(1):1-6
PMID:0007230068
  2 13,072 0
Tubo-ovarian actinomycosis.
CP Shroff, KP Deodhar, VD Patkar, JH Fonseca
January-March 1981, 27(1):29-32
PMID:0007230072
Actinomycotic infection of the female genital tract is rare. Actinomycosis is a chronic suppurative granulomatous infection that is characterized by formation of abscesses, multiple draining sinuses and appearance of tangled mycelial masses or granules in the discharges and tissue sections. 2 cases of tubo-ovarian actinomycosis are reported. The 1st case presented clinical with gastrointestinal symptoms and a ventral scar hernia following an operation for a non-healing abdominal wound 6 months earlier. The 2nd case sought medical attention for backache and leucorrhea of 4 years' duration. Exploratory laparotomy in the 1st case revealed tubo-ovarian masses; the vermiform appendix was not traceable. The uterine cavity in the 2nd case harbored a wooden stick. Direct extension from established ileocacal actinomycosis was believed to involve the female genital adnexae in the past. Association of tubo-ovarian actinomycosis with the presence of a foreign body in the female genital tract has been reported sporadically in the literature, yet an increase in the incidence may be expected because of the frequent use of intrauterine contraceptive devices in recent times. It is suggested that in women presenting clinically with vague abdominal symptoms, backache and discharge, actinomycosis should be considered and ruled out with the help of cytologic and proper microbial culture methods. Once the diagnosis is established, the infection can be treated with good results with penicillin.
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Hemi-agenesis of thyroid.
VJ Retnam, UN Nayak, KS Vernekar, SD Bhandarkar
January-March 1981, 27(1):48-50
PMID:0007230077
  1 5,116 0
CASE REPORT
Indeterminate colitis.
SD Deodhar, SJ Mehta, SS Adeshara, VV Joshi
January-March 1981, 27(1):53-5
PMID:0007230079
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Subcostal lump an unusual presentation of infra-pulmonary effusion.
BS Gupta, SS Sharma, SS Gupta, JP Sethi
January-March 1981, 27(1):56-8
PMID:0007230080
  - 8,325 0
Obstructive uropathy due to a vesical calculus around a foreign body.
RD Bapat, MS Kamdar, KK Bhaktiani, HH Jathar
January-March 1981, 27(1):51-2
PMID:0007230078
  - 4,606 0
Surgical obstructive jaundice.
KM Nadkarni, RR Jahagirdar, RS Kagzi, AC Pinto, RA Bhalerao
January-March 1981, 27(1):33-9
PMID:0007230073
  - 28,048 0
Spontaneous transient inappropriate secretion of antidiuretic hormone.
MB Agarwal, PD Anjaria, BC Mehta
January-March 1981, 27(1):40-1
PMID:0007230074
  - 4,288 0
Wandering spleen.
MG Koppikar, AM Vaze, RD Bapat
January-March 1981, 27(1):42-3
PMID:0007230075
  - 5,977 0
Effect of malnutrition on iron metabolism -- a study of 45 children.
MB Agarwal, BC Mehta, UM Mhaiskar, NB Kumta, MD Shah
January-March 1981, 27(1):12-5
PMID:0007230069
  - 12,762 0
Clofibrate, fibrinolysis and experimental myocardial damage.
KK Saxena, BB Gupta, RK Srivastava, RC Singh, DN Prasad
January-March 1981, 27(1):16-9
PMID:0007230070
  - 4,213 0
A serial study of ECG and electrolyte changes in albino rats after bile duct ligation.
NL Bilgrami, GG Bilgrami, SS Kumar
January-March 1981, 27(1):20-4
PMID:0007230071
  - 7,982 0
Immunodiagnosis of Ecchinococcus granulosus infestation.
JN Kulkarni
January-March 1981, 27(1):25-8
PMID:0006785427
  - 5,995 0
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