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March-April 2018 | Vol 22 | Issue 2

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Extending the clinician's hand through thyroid ultrasound - Do it yourself-for the uninitiated busts expertise?
The last decade has seen significant advances in the decision-making processes that guide the management of nodular thyroid disease.[1] A significant advance has been the availability of high-resolu...
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Is a surgeon-performed ultrasound good enough in diagnosing thyroid malignancy?
Background: The widespread availability of ultrasonography has facilitated the evaluation of thyroid nodules, to differentiate between malignant and benign nodules and between metastatic and ...
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Disorders of water balance following sellar and suprasellar surgeries: Patterns, determinants and utility of quantitative analysis
Background and Objective: The primary objective of this study was to evaluate the application of principles of quantitative analysis to assess disorders of water balance following surgeries f...
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Characterization of metabolic parameters in responders and nonresponders treated with canagliflozin monotherapy in drug-naive subjects with Type 2 diabetes
Objectives: The aim of this project is to compare the effect of canagliflozin monotherapy on metabolic parameters between responders and nonresponders with this drug. This study is a prospect...
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Association of androgenetic alopecia with metabolic syndrome: A case–control study on 100 patients in a tertiary care hospital in South India
Background: Androgenetic alopecia (AGA) is the most common cause of hair loss. Although it is a medically benign condition, it can have a significant psychosocial impact on patients. “M...
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