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  1. What are the Facilities for Kidney Transplant in India?

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    Kidney is an important organ of human body. At times it can lose its capability to function properly. When the organ fails to work and is unable to fix with any treatment the only ray of hope for such patients comes in the form of kidney transplant. In extreme cases, the procedures like Kidney transplant is often called as the only viable choice for the patients with such dreaded ailments. India has now emerged out as a top destination over the global map for carrying out ...

  2. Voice and laryngeal disorders: a problem-based clinical guide with voice samples‏ free book

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    for oxygen delivery during surgery or for life support Irritable larynx
    syndrome— a laryngeal condition whereby a triggering stimulus causes the larynx

  3. Liberation Treatment in India – Best Option for Multiple Sclerosis Patients

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    It is all together a new approach in order to treat the disorder of multiple sclerosis. This disorder has been first diagnosed in 1849, which deals in with the nervous system disease hampering the spinal cord and brain. As per reports, currently there are more than 2.5 million patients in the world who all are affected with this disease. This can create both mental and physical disabilities among the people who suffer from this disorder. ...

  4. How This Surgical Robot Helps Neurosurgeons Treat Brain Disorders

    Our brain is a complex organ, any disease found in it can be lethal to treat, however, thanks to the latest developments like surgical robots and other techniques, the neurosurgeons are able to treat people with complex brain disorder. Recently, one such procedure called the robotic Parkinsons surgery was carried out at the University of California’s Irvine Medical Centre wherein a woman of 56 years old was treated with the same. This surgery employed the ROSA Brain Robot wherein ...

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  5. MII Ret Cam Paper published online in European Journal of Ophthalmology (EJO)

    Ashish Sharma, Saranya Devi Subramaniam, KI Ramachandran, Chinnasamy Lakshmikanthan, SoujanyaKrishna, Selva K. Sundaramoorthy

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    • Ashish Sharma
    • Lotus Eye Hospital and Institute
    • Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India

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    To demonstrate an inexpensive smartphone-based fundus camera device (MII Ret Cam) and technique with ability to capture peripheral

    Updated 08-14-2015 at 10:32 AM by drashish

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