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November-December 2017 | Vol 10 | Issue 6

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Can the family physician make a comeback?
Many years ago, as a military doctor, I used to conduct the morning sick parade, the army jargon for outpatient care. I would hurriedly see the patients so that I could go to the nearby military hos...
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Guest Editorial
Short training in family medicine during internship: insights gained over a decade
In this era of specialization and superspecialization, family medicine has become a neglected entity. Leave aside being considered as a post graduate subject, it is not even adequately covered in th...
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Original Article
Outbreak of food poisoning in a working men's hostel: A retrospective cohort study
Introduction: Food poisoning is an acute gastroenteritis caused by ingestion of food or drink contaminated with either living bacteria or their toxins or inorganic chemical substances and poi...
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Review Article
Magnetic resonance imaging in diagnosis and classification of uterovaginal congenital anomalies
Uterine congenital anomalies are clinically relevant because these are associated with increased incidences of infertility and menstrual disorder. These are frequently not diagnosed at birth. These ...
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Original Article
QT-prolongation as an indicator of complications in malaria
Introduction: There has always been a search for marker for predicting the complications of malaria. Electrocardiography (ECG) is a simple, easily available investigation, and QT-prolongation...
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