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Video: Acute Appendicitis, BMCH – Part 3

More in this series: Video 1/3 Video 2/3 Dr. J. Gnanaraj MS, MCh [Urology], FICS, FARSI, FIAGES is a urologist and laparoscopic surgeon trained at CMC Vellore. He has been appointed as a Professor in the Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering Department of Karunya University and is the Director of Medical… 

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Video: Acute Appendicitis, BMCH – Part 2

More in this series: Video 1/3 Video 3/3 Dr. J. Gnanaraj MS, MCh [Urology], FICS, FARSI, FIAGES is a urologist and laparoscopic surgeon trained at CMC Vellore. He has been appointed as a Professor in the Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering Department of Karunya University and is the Director of Medical… 

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Video: Acute Appendicitis, BMCH – Part 1

More in this series: Video 2/3 Video 3/3 Dr. J. Gnanaraj MS, MCh [Urology], FICS, FARSI, FIAGES is a urologist and laparoscopic surgeon trained at CMC Vellore. He has been appointed as a Professor in the Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering Department of Karunya University and is the Director of Medical… 

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Enjoy Your Donations While Those in Need Benefit: The Surgical Services Initiative

Millions of people donate to charitable or non-profit organizations each year, to support ideas and causes that are important to them. This allows them to help their fellow people, while promoting the values that they believe in. Some people are motivated by internal reasons, while others are motivated by…

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Low-Cost Urodynamic Studies: A Valuable Diagnostic Tool for Rural Practitioners

A cystometrogram or CMG, also known as a urodynamic study, means a bladder pressure study, in plain English. It is a very useful diagnostic tool in patients having lower urinary tract symptoms. It is considered a sophisticated test, and it involves a complex machine. We describe a simple method of…

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Does the Type of Food Consumed Contribute to GI Symptoms at Hostels? A Review at Karunya University

Gastroenteritis is an infection of the intestines that causes diarrhea, vomiting and abdominal pain. The incidence of gastroenteritis has been steady for decades, but mortality due to diarrhea has declined (4). Admissions for diarrhoeal disorders account for about 1.5 to 4% of …

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Value of a Pain Relief Clinic with Physiotherapists in a General Outpatient Clinic

Pain experienced by patients can vary from very mild to extreme, and it can be localized or widespread, depending on the cause. The word “pain” itself is derived from the Latin word “poena,” which means a fine or penalty (1). Pain is the most common reason for…

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