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May-June 2015 | Vol 19 | Issue 3

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Triple fixed drug combinations in type 2 diabetes
Type 2 diabetes is characterized by progressive beta-cell failure that results in sequential adding of different oral and injectable medications to achieve optimal glycemic control. [1],[2] This neces...
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Editorial
Sulfonylureas: Assets in the past, present and future
.The last two decades have seen an unprecedented increase in the number of drugs available for use in diabetes. In the excitement surrounding the birth of "novel" or "modern" medicines, unflattering o...
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Review Article
Feminizing adrenocortical tumors: Literature review
Feminizing adrenal tumors (FAT) are extremely rare tumors prevailing in males. Clinical manifestations are gynecomastia and/or other hypogonadism features in adults. They are rarer in pediatric popula...
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Forum for Injection Technique (FIT), India: The Indian recommendations 2.0, for best practice in Insulin Injection Technique, 2015
As injectable therapies such as human insulin, insulin analogs, and glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonists are used to manage diabetes, correct injection technique is vital for the achievement of g...
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Anti-thyroid drugs in pediatric Graves' disease
Graves' disease is the most common cause of hyperthyroidism in children. Most children and adolescents are treated with anti-thyroid drugs as the initial modality. Studies have used Methimazole, Carbi...
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