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Editorial - On the Crossroads of Time

Whence clinical guidelines must govern medical practice

[INLINE:1] With the art of medicine a casualty to the number game of contemporary science, and evidence-based medicine the driving ethos, modern medicine is no longer a celebrated and pious creature ...

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Original Contribution - Clinics in Hematology

Role of galactomannan assay in bronchoalveolar lavage fluid in the diagnosis of invasive aspergillosis in high risk patients with hematological disorders

Introduction: Invasive aspergillosis (IA) is the most frequent invasive fungal infection occurring in high risk patients with haematological disorders and also an important cause of morbidity a...

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Original Contribution - Dermatology Clinics in Pediatric Hemato Oncology

Mucocutaneous manifestations in patients on chemotherapy with pediatric hematological malignancies

Introduction: A wide variety of chemotherapeutic agents are currently in use for the treatment of hematological malignancies in children. A spectrum of mucocutaneous adverse effects has been at...

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Original Contribution - Anesthesiology Clinics in Pediatric Maxillofacial Surgery

Use of cost-effective prophylactic 'Rocket' in infants undergoing primary cleft lip surgery: A retrospective cohort analysis

Background and Objectives: Adverse postoperative airway events are a significant problem in infants following primary cheiloplasty. This study aims to describe a simple inexpensive tool which, ...

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July-September 2016| Vol 3| Issue 2

Editorial - On the Crossroads of Time

Whence clinical guidelines must govern medical practice

[INLINE:1] With the art of medicine a casualty to the number game of contemporary science, and evidence-based medicine the driving ethos, modern medicine is no longer a celebrated and pious creature ...


Original Contribution - Clinics in Hematology

Role of galactomannan assay in bronchoalveolar lavage fluid in the diagnosis of invasive aspergillosis in high risk patients with hematological disorders

Introduction: Invasive aspergillosis (IA) is the most frequent invasive fungal infection occurring in high risk patients with haematological disorders and also an important cause of morbidity a...


Original Contribution - Dermatology Clinics in Pediatric Hemato Oncology

Mucocutaneous manifestations in patients on chemotherapy with pediatric hematological malignancies

Introduction: A wide variety of chemotherapeutic agents are currently in use for the treatment of hematological malignancies in children. A spectrum of mucocutaneous adverse effects has been at...


Original Contribution - Anesthesiology Clinics in Pediatric Maxillofacial Surgery

Use of cost-effective prophylactic 'Rocket' in infants undergoing primary cleft lip surgery: A retrospective cohort analysis

Background and Objectives: Adverse postoperative airway events are a significant problem in infants following primary cheiloplasty. This study aims to describe a simple inexpensive tool which, ...


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