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Malakoplakia of the Testis  [PDF]
Siddharth P. Dubhashi, Harsh Kumar, Vivek Kulkarni, Adil M. Suleman
Surgical Science (SS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ss.2014.55040
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Malakoplakia is an uncommon chronic inflammatory disease usually affecting the urogenital tract and often associated with the infection due to E. coli. It is characterised by the presence of Von Hansemann cells and intracytoplasmic inclusion bodies called Michaelis-Gutmann Bodies. Testes are affected in 12% cases. The lesion mainly occurs in middle aged men, appearing clinically as epididymo-orchitis or testicular enlargement with fibrous consistency and some soft areas. Orchidectomy is the only way to differentiate the lesion from other malignant or infected processes. This is a case report of a young patient with testicular malakoplakia.

Link between Product Innovation and Non-Technological: Organization Performance
Adil Sohail,M. Suleman Sabir,Arshad Zaheer
Asian Journal of Business Management , 2011,
Abstract: This study aims to provide a link between Product Innovation (PI) and Non-Technological Innovation (NTI) in innovation process. It also give the effect of PI and NTI on organization performance. The paper gives empirical evidence of theoretical hypothesis on a sample size of 40 firms from the manufacturing sector of Pakistan. Data was analyzed through different statistical tools. The study concluded that there is a link between PI and NTI in the organization. Findings also indicates that PI and NTI has also effect on organization performance. These findings are only guaranteed only to the small and medium size of organizations. Pakistan is also a developing country. Use of modern technology in PI and NTI will also effects the results in developed countries. Findings of this study are help full to the manufacturing industry of Pakistan and other developing countries. This paper also shows the practical implication of innovation and its sub categories on the performance of the organization.
Cutaneous Horn  [PDF]
Siddharth P. Dubhashi, Vivek D. Kulkarni, Adil Suleman, Ishant Rege, Harsh Kumar
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1100995
Abstract: A cutaneous horn (corn cutaneum) is a dense, hyperkeratotic conical projection of skin arising from an unusual cohesiveness of keratinized material. Cutaneous horns most frequently occur in sites that are exposed to actinic radiation or burns. Forearm, cartilaginous portion of the ear, legs, and hands may also be affected. Cutaneous horns can occur in sun protected areas. Histologic confirmation is necessary to rule out malignant changes. No clinical features reliably distinguish between benign and malignant lesions. This is a case report of a cutaneous horn over inguinal region.
Assessment of Polyamines and Trehalose in Wheat Microspores Culture for Embryogenesis and Green Regenerated Plants  [PDF]
Amina Redha, Patrice Suleman
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2013.411275
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Most aspects of microspore culture protocol have the capacity to cause stress to microspores, hence, less stressful treatments might be required to avoid deleterious effects. In stressed plants, polyamines and trehalose can act as compatible solutes or osmoprotectants by stabilizing proteins and biological membranes. To improve green plant regeneration in wheat microspore culture, this study assessed the effects of polyamines (putrecine, spermidine, spermine) and trehalose on androgenic response namely embryogenesis, green plant regeneration and ploidy of green plants regenerated in three spring wheat genotypes. Microspores of the genotypes produced significant numbers of embryos and green plants among polyamine treatments but trehalose had no effect (P ≤ 0.05). Polyamine treatments for 30 min generally produced more green plants per 100 microspores than the 60 min treatments in all three genotypes. At least three out of twelve polyamine treatments in each genotype improved the production of double haploid plants and seed setting in regenerants. Wheat genotype, concentration and duration of polyamine treatment had significant impact on embryogenesis and regeneration of green plants in this study. The study also showed that polyamines could be used to accelerate cultivar development in wheat breeding.

Studying the Utilization of Plastic Waste by Chemical Recycling Method  [PDF]
Adil Ko?
Open Journal of Applied Sciences (OJAppS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojapps.2013.37051
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The rapid increase in the use of plastic materials in the recent years led to the accumulation of excessive amounts of plastic waste. The so-called thermoplastics such as PE, PP, PS, PVC and PET as well as materials that are derived from these are the type of plastic that is most used and consequently creates most of the waste. In this study, the original and waste forms of PE and PP plastic types have been chosen for thermal and catalytic degradation. As process parameter, 410oC - 450oC temperature interval and 600 mL/min constant flow rate nitrogen gas have been chosen as the carrier gas and the reaction time was considered to be 90 minutes for all experiments. Liquid products collected in experiments were separated by means of fractioned distillation process. For purposes of determining product distribution, the fractions, which were separated by distillation, were diluted in an appropriate solution for analysis of GC/MS. In the study conducted, it has been observed that the liquid product distribution obtained mainly consists of a mixture of saturated and unsaturated (heptane, heptane, octane, nonane, dodecane, etc.) hydrocarbons.

Role of Educational Technology at Primary School Level In District Karak (Khyber Pukhtunkhwa) Pakistan
Qaiser Suleman
International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences , 2011,
Abstract: The study was conducted to explore the role of educational technology at primary school level in District Karak (Khyber Pukhtunkhwa). The main objectives of the study were; to investigate the availability, usability and importance of educational technology; and to investigate whether primary school teachers are for the effective use of technologies for teaching learning process. The study was descriptive in nature. All the teachers and students at primary level in District Karak constituted the population of the study. Only three hundred and sixty six (366) primary school teachers; and two thousand and two students (2002) of primary schools (@ of 25% and 5% respectively) were selected randomly as sample of the study. The study was descriptive in nature. Two different questionnaires were prepared for teachers and students for the collection of data. After analysis of data, the researcher arrived at results that educational technology is very useful for the effective teaching learning process at primary level. It was found that educational televisions, radios, film strips, flip charts, VCRs, overhead projectors, multimedia projectors, educational softwares, computers, and internet facilities were not available in schools. Majority of the teachers were not using the available technology in their teaching learning process. It was also found that teachers were not trained for the effective utilization of educational technology.
New Oscillation Results for Forced Second Order Differential Equations with Mixed Nonlinearities  [PDF]
Ercan Tun?, Adil Kaymaz
Applied Mathematics (AM) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/am.2012.32023
Abstract: Some new oscillation criteria are given for forced second order differential equations with mixed nonlinearities by using the generalized variational principle and Riccati technique. Our results generalize and extend some known oscillation results in the literature.
Gradient Observability for Semilinear Hyperbolic Systems: Sectorial Approach  [PDF]
Adil Khazari, Ali Boutoulout
Intelligent Control and Automation (ICA) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ica.2014.53019
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The aim of this work is to study the notion of the gradient observability on a subregion ω of the evolution domain Ω for a class of semilinear hyperbolic systems. We show, under some hypothesis, that the gradient reconstruction is achieved following sectorial approach combined with fixed point techniques. The obtained results lead to an algorithm which can be implemented numerically.

Calcinosis cutis universalis – a rare manifestation of systemic lupus erthyematosus
FE Suleman, MMTM Ally
South African Journal of Radiology , 2012,
Abstract: Calcinosis cutis (or skin and subcutaneous calcification) is a feature of a variety of rheumatic conditions (most commonly dermatomyositis and scleroderma), but is rarely reported in systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE ). When calcinosis cutis does occur in patients with SLE, it tends to be localised (circumscripta) rather than generalised (universalis). We report a case of a 21-year-old woman who presented to us with a 6-year history of SLE and the rare occurrence of calcinosis cutis universalis. SA JOURNAL OF RADIOLOGY February 2012
Multiple skeletal lesions and pleural effusion owing to Histoplasma capsulatum infection in an immunocompetent patient from a nonendemic region
FE Suleman, PA Scheepers
South African Journal of Radiology , 2011,
Abstract: We describe a rare case of multiple skeletal lesions and a pleural effusion owing to Histoplasma capsulatum infection in a 16-year-old immunocompetent girl residing in a non-endemic region. Of note is that she had a lesion within a thoracic vertebra. Following an extensive literature search, we found that vertebral involvement by H. capsulatum had not been previously described. Pleural effusion and skeletal lesions are both rare manifestations of H. capsulatum infection.
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