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   1997| January-March  | Volume 15 | Issue 1  
    Online since January 5, 2011

 
 
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Interstitial Lung Disease In A Case Of Polymyositis And Dermatomyositis
Priti Nair, V Pradeep, A. A Mahashur
January-March 1997, 15(1):28-29
The association of interstitial pneumonitis and fibrosis has been infrequently reported in polymyositis and dermatomyositis. We report a case of young female with proven polymyositis and dermatomyositis with interstitial pneumonia.
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Pulmonary Function Changes In Patients With Idiopathic Ulcerative Colitis
B. N Desai, R Kochhar, D Behera, S. K Mehta
January-March 1997, 15(1):13-16
Pulmonary function tests (10 parameters) were carried out in 50 patients of idiopathic ulcerative colitis. Out of a total of 498 parameters estimated, 56 (11.2%) were below 80% of the predicted. The abnormalities were mild in 66.1%, moderate in 25% and severe in 8.9% of cases. Four showed restrictive defect and four had obstructive defect. The most common abnormality was that of maximum mid expiratory flow rate (MMEF) which was found to be less than 80% predicted in 22% of patients. Different patterns of pulmonary function changes were seen according to the duration, severity and extent of ulcerative colitis.
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False Results In Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology Of Intrathoracic Masses
S. K Jain, R. L Agrawal, Maya Devi, Mamta Singh, Dinesh Kumar, Agrawal M, Sandhi Jain
January-March 1997, 15(1):17-19
Forty five patients of various pulmonary masses were subjected to fine needle aspiration cytology. The procedure was done both unguided and under guidance with CT Scan or ultrasound. The diagnostic yield was 93.3%. There were three (6.6%) false negative and two (4.4%) false positive results. The sensitivity for malignancy was 100% and for tubercular lesion it was 67%.
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Pulmonary Infection As Presenting Manifestation Of Oesophageal Carcinoma
J. M Joshi
January-March 1997, 15(1):30-31
Two cases of carcinoma oesophagus who had pulmonary infection as the presenting features are described. Both patients had dysphagia, but this symptom was over looked due to the dominant symptoms of pulmonary infection.
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Clinical Profile Of Bronchial Asthma In Eastern India
K Gowrinath, M. S Jamuna Krishnan, Vijayalakshmi Thanasekaran
January-March 1997, 15(1):33-33
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Asthma Prevalence In India - Should We Study Bronchial Hyperresponsiveness?
Babu Abraham, Raj B Singh
January-March 1997, 15(1):8-12
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Monitoring Of Antituberbular Treatment At A Tertiary Care Hospital
R Uppal, A Chhabra, D Behera, S. K Jindal
January-March 1997, 15(1):32-32
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Effects Of The Environment On Respiration
Liangchai Limlomwongse, Somchai Bovornkitti
January-March 1997, 15(1):20-27
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Bronchoalveolar Lavage Studies In Pulmonary Tuberculosis
V. K Vijayan
January-March 1997, 15(1):5-7
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Food Allergy In Eastern India
Samir K Gupta
January-March 1997, 15(1):34-35
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