Incidence of varicocele is 19-40% among infertile men Mechanism of varicocele causing male infertility unknown It is probably only a variation in the normal anatomy of testicular venous drainage NICE guidelines(2013) do not recommend surgery for varicocelectomy among infertile men as it does not improve pregnancy rates IUI or IVF/ICSI recommended mode of treatment
Assess the well being of babies born out of IVF/ICSI(fresh/frozen embryo transfers) Incidence of congenital anomalies is 4% No genito-urinary abnormalities observed in babies born out of severe male factor fathers Findings reassuring as they conform with that of natural pregnancies in terms of congenital anomalies, growth and development.
Dental procedures should be carried out on the day after dialysis Dosage of drugs excreted through kidney should be lowered Require special care Consultation with nephrologist is essential before dental treatment is carried out
A case of Venous Air Embolism during paediatric craniotomy in sitting position which requires high vigilance and step wise management Ocular Thelaziasis in a 4 months old girl child, which is a rare occurrence and needs early diagnosis and treatment Papillary cystadenoma of minor salivary gland, a benign tumour for which conservative surgical removal is treatment of choice.
Case series of Seizure disorders in pregnancy, that are non-eclamptic Giant dumbbell trigeminal schwannoma which account for <8% of intra cranial schwannomas pose a great surgical challenge in complete removal Kearns-Sayre syndrome, a rare neuromuscular disorder whose first signs are ptosis of the eyes, is caused due to mutations in mitochondrial DNA.
Clinical research falls into two categories- observational and experimental Observational studies are either analytical or descriptive Experimental trials can be randomized or non- randomized clinical trials
Mind the diet for a timely delivery Killer diet Not that sterile Diabetes is after women’s heart Rhythm and diet to keep the bowel quiet