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Herediatry punctate palmoplantar keratoderma - A clinical study
Mittal R,Jha A
Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology , 2003,
Abstract: 28 patients of hereditary punctate palmoplantar keratoderma (HPPK) were selected from DermatoVenereology out patients of Rajindra Hospital, Patiala. Cases were divided into group Awith PPK as majorfeature and group 6 with PPK as minorfeature. 11 /28 belonged to group A and 17/28 to group B. Group A patients revealed scattered pundate PPK in 6 and scattered pundate plus focal plaques in 5, while in group B patterns seen were KPPC (6), KPPC with focal (6), focal plus scattered punctate (3) and diffuse with superimposed KPPC (2).
Malignant hypertension (a clinico-pathologic study of 43 cases).
Mittal B,Almeida A
Journal of Postgraduate Medicine , 1987,
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Clinical management of supernumerary teeth: A report of two cases
Mittal M,Sultan A
Journal of the Indian Society of Pedodontics and Preventive Dentistry , 2010,
Abstract: Supernumerary tooth may closely resemble the teeth of the group to which it belongs, i.e. molars, premolars or anterior teeth, or it may bear little resemblancein size or shape to which it is associated. Many complications can be associated with supernumeraries, like impaction, delayed eruption or ectopic eruption of adjacent teeth, crowding, development of median diastema and eruption into floor of the nasal cavity. This may also cause the formation of follicular cysts with significant bone destruction. Early intervention to remove it is usually required to obtain reasonable alignment and occlusal relationship. This article will present the clinical management of an (i) impacted supernumerary tooth impeding the eruption of maxillary central incisor and (ii) erupted supernumerary tooth with midline diastema.
Fractal dust model of the Universe based on Mandelbrot's Conditional Cosmological Principle and General Theory of Relativity
A. K. Mittal,D. Lohiya
Physics , 2002,
Abstract: We present a fractal dust model of the Universe based on Mandelbrot's proposal to replace the standard Cosmological Principle by his Conditional Cosmological Principle within the framework of General Theory of Relativity. This model turns out to be free from the de-Vaucouleurs paradox and is consistent with the SNe1a observations. The expected galaxy count as a function of red-shift is obtained for this model. An interesting variation is a steady state version, which can account for an accelerating scale factor without any cosmological constant in the model.
From Fractal Cosmography to Fractal Cosmology
A. K. Mittal,Daksh Lohiya
Physics , 2001,
Abstract: Assuming a fractal distribution of matter in the universe, consequences that follow from the General Theory of Relativity and the Copernican Principle for fractal cosmology are examined. The change in perspective necessary to deal with a fractal universe is highlighted. An ansatz that provides a concrete application of the Conditional Cosmological Principle is provided. This fractal cosmology is obtained by arguments closely following those used in standard cosmology. The resulting model may play a significant role in the debate on whether the universe is a fractal or crosses over to homogeneity at some scale. This model may also be regarded as an idealized fractal model around which more realistic models may be built.
Radiation in a Fractal Cosmology
A. K. Mittal,Daksh Lohiya
Physics , 2001,
Abstract: It is shown that Homogeneous radiation can not be included in the Fractal Cosmological model obtained earlier by assuming an isotropic fractal cosmography, General Relativity and the Copernican Principle.
Role of anti-depressant fluoxetine in the puva treatment of psoriasis vulgaris
Mitra A,Dubey A,Mittal A
Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology , 2003,
Abstract: Severity of Psoriasis Vulgaris is known to be modified by psychological stress. The objective of this study was to evaluate the role of Fluoxetine in the PUVA treatment of Psoriasis. Twenty patients with progressive disease having more than thirty per cent body area involvement were included in a randomized, double blinded, placebo-controlled, age and sex matched study. All patients were on PUVAtreatment; half of the patients were given Fluoxetine 20 mgms daily whereas the other ten were given placebo. Assessment was done by Psoriasis Area and Severity Index (PASI) scoring after every 5 exposures of PUVA treatment till 20 treatments. All ten patients who took Fluoxetine along with PUVA treatment showed better response and quicker remission. Fluoxetine may be used as an adjuvant in PUVA treatment of Psoriasis.
A `replacement sequence' method for finding the largest real root of an integer monic polynomial
A. K. Gupta,A. K. Mittal
Mathematics , 1999,
Abstract: To every integer monic polynomial of degree m can be associated a `replacement rule' that generates a word W* from another word W consisting of symbols belonging to a finite `alphabet' of size 2m. This rule applied iteratively on almost any initial word Wo, yields a sequence of words {Wi}. From acount of different symbols in the word Wi, one can obtain a rational approximate to the largest real root of the polynomial.
The Effect of a Single Passive Intervention to Improve Patient Satisfaction in an Orthopaedic Service  [PDF]
Manit Arora, Ian A. Harris, Lynette McEvoy, Rajat Mittal, Justine M. Naylor
Open Journal of Orthopedics (OJO) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ojo.2012.22006
Abstract: Patient satisfaction is a goal of effective health care delivery and its assessment is important to the improvement of health care, especially in the context of a more consumerist culture. Patient education and information has been shown to improve patient satisfaction with care. Lack of sufficient patient information (specifically related to post-discharge care) was identified in our patient population by means of a broad ranging post-discharge satisfaction survey. Targeted intervention, in the form of a discharge information sheet for patients, was trialled with the aim of improving specific satisfaction parameters related to post-discharge care, and overall patient satisfaction. Patient satisfaction was measured for six months before and after the intervention, and data from both groups compared. There was no statistically significant difference in patient satisfaction directly related to the provision of the additional discharge information or overall patient satisfaction between the two groups. Providing patients with specific information alone at discharge is not sufficient to improve overall or discharge-specific patient satisfaction. More active interventions may be required.
Genome-Wide Transcriptional Profiles during Temperature and Oxidative Stress Reveal Coordinated Expression Patterns and Overlapping Regulons in Rice
Dheeraj Mittal, Dinesh A. Madhyastha, Anil Grover
PLOS ONE , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0040899
Abstract: Genome wide transcriptional changes by cold stress, heat stress and oxidative stress in rice seedlings were analyzed. Heat stress resulted in predominant changes in transcripts of heat shock protein and heat shock transcription factor genes, as well as genes associated with synthesis of scavengers of reactive oxygen species and genes that control the level of sugars, metabolites and auxins. Cold stress treatment caused differential expression of transcripts of various transcription factors including desiccation response element binding proteins and different kinases. Transcripts of genes that are part of calcium signaling, reactive oxygen scavenging and diverse metabolic reactions were differentially expressed during cold stress. Oxidative stress induced by hydrogen peroxide treatment, resulted in significant up-regulation in transcript levels of genes related to redox homeostasis and down-regulation of transporter proteins. ROS homeostasis appeared to play central role in response to temperature extremes. The key transcription factors that may underlie the concerted transcriptional changes of specific components in various signal transduction networks involved are highlighted. Co-ordinated expression pattern and promoter architectures based analysis (promoter models and overrepresented transcription factor binding sites) suggested potential regulons involved in stress responses. A considerable overlap was noted at the level of transcription as well as in regulatory modules of differentially expressed genes.
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