Prema Dcunha
Father Muller Medical College
Obstetrics and gynaecologyObstetricsSurgeryAntibodyDermatologyLibrary scienceFetusPolitical scienceAdipokineIn uteroImmunologyVulvaAdiponectinInsulin resistanceAsymptomaticAutoimmune diseasePregnancyInsulinGestational diabetesAggressive angiomyxomaResistinFetal BradycardiaIsolated Congenital Heart BlockObstetric ultrasoundDiabetes mellitusAnti-SSA/Ro autoantibodiesGeneral surgeryMedicine
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#2Deepa Kanagal (Father Muller Medical College)
Last. Prema Dcunha (Father Muller Medical College)
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OBJECTIVES To assess the effectiveness of colposcopy in detecting cervical lesions and to grade them according to Reid score and Swede score, and compare it with histopathology results. METHODS This study was conducted on 130 patients in a tertiary care centre, who were subjected to pap smear and colposcopy. The cervical lesions were graded according to Reid score and Swede score, and a biopsy was obtained from the lesion. Histopathology results were correlated with colposcopy findings, and the ...
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#1Shivashankara A. Ramachandrayya (Father Muller Medical College)
#2Prema Dcunha (Father Muller Medical College)
Last. Cleeta Rebeiro (Father Muller Medical College)
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The present study aimed to assess the role of adipocytokines as predictive markers of gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM). We undertook this study to explore the association of adiponectin, resistin, interleukin-6 (IL-6) and tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-alpha) and insulin resistance in the development of GDM. This longitudinal descriptive study was done in the Medical College Hospital, involving the departments of Biochemistry and Gynecology. The study subjects were pregnant women with norma...
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#2Mahesh Navada (Father Muller Medical College)
Last. Prema Dcunha (Father Muller Medical College)
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Isolated Congenital Heart Block (CHB) affects 1:15000-20000 live births. 30-50% of fetuses with CHB will have a structural anomaly. Congenital heart block detected in utero is strongly associated with maternal antibodies to SSA (Ro) and SSB (La). Their pathogenic role in the development of CHB has been established in several studies. The mothers of affected infants frequently had autoimmune disease (systemic lupus erythematosus, Sjogren's syndrome) or were entirely asymptomatic.We report a case ...
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The ultrasound has become quite commonplace in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.Its advent is however of fairly recent origin. It was pioneered in the late 1950s but has seen a meteoric rise to become the most important discovery of the twentieth century. It was the vision, eloquence and persistence of one man from Glasgow that saw its birth and widespread use. The man was Professor Ian Donald. This is his story, his dream.
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