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Chicken guinea fowl hybrid produced under natural mating
DJ Kalla, FB Danladi, UD Dass
Nigerian Veterinary Journal , 2008,
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Essentials of musculoskeletal examination: Many doctors feel uncomfortable when examining the musculoskeletal system
AA Kalla
Continuing Medical Education , 2011,
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New degeneration of Fay's identity and its application to integrable systems
C. Kalla
Mathematics , 2011,
Abstract: In this paper we prove a new degenerated version of Fay's trisecant identity. The new identity is applied to construct new algebro-geometric solutions of the multi-component nonlinear Schr\"odinger equation. This approach also provides an independent derivation of known algebro-geometric solutions to the Davey-Stewartson equations.
Breathers and solitons of generalized nonlinear Schr?dinger equations as degenerations of algebro-geometric solutions
Caroline Kalla
Mathematics , 2011,
Abstract: We present new solutions in terms of elementary functions of the multi-component nonlinear Schr\"odinger equations and known solutions of the Davey-Stewartson equations such as multi-soliton, breather, dromion and lump solutions. These solutions are given in a simple determinantal form and are obtained as limiting cases in suitable degenerations of previously derived algebro-geometric solutions. In particular we present for the first time breather and rational breather solutions of the multi-component nonlinear Schr\"odinger equations.
Current diagnosis and treatment strategies in rheumatoid arthritis
A Gcelu, AA Kalla
Continuing Medical Education , 2011,
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Ectrodactyly
Kalla G,Garg Anush
Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology , 2002,
Abstract: A rare case of ectrodactyly or lobster claw without any other ectodermal involvement is presented. His family history was non - contributory
Keratinocyte-Melanocyte graft technique followed by PUVA therapy for stable vitiligo
Kachhawa Dilip,Kalla Gyaneshwar
Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology , 2008,
Abstract: Background: Various surgical procedures for correcting stable vitiligo exist but these have their own limitations. Autologous, non-cultured, non-trypsinized, melanocyte plus keratinocyte grafting is a new and simple method of vitiligo surgery. Objective: The study aimed to evaluate efficacy of a new grafting technique in vitiligo patches. Methods: Eighteen vitiligo patches underwent this procedure. The upper layer of epidermis was removed by superficial dermabrasion using a dermabrader micromotor until the epidermis appeared wet and shiny. Then, antibiotic ointment was applied and dermabrasion was continued up to the whitish area of the upper dermis. The paste-like material (ointment with entangled epidermal particles) was collected and spread over the dermabraded recipient site. Results: Pigmentation usually started at 4-6 weeks. Complete uniform pigmentation took 16-20 weeks. Conclusion: For smaller vitiligo patches this method gives cosmetically acceptable results. It is easy to perform and does not require specific laboratory setup.
Secondary syphilis with unusual skin manifestations
Roy Renu,Kalla Gyaneswar
Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology , 1995,
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Cutaneous leishmaniasis in Jodhpur district
Kalla Gyaneshwar,Singhi M
Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology , 1996,
Abstract: Cutaneous leishmaniasis is a disease with a wide geographical distribution in a range of climate and with different epidemiological patterns. In Rajasthan a new endemic zone of the disease has been found at Jodhpur district. The clincial features of 21 smear positive cases of oriental sore from Jodhpur district studied during a period of 1 year have been described. Also the importance of intralesional berberine sulphate in the treatment of oriental sore has been highlighted.
Dexamethasone - Cyclophosphamide pulse (DCP) therapy in Pemphigus
Roy Renu,Kalla G
Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology , 1997,
Abstract: Of the 37 patients enrolled for this treatment, 13 have been lost to follow up and 4 have died. Of the remaining 20, 8 are already in remission (40%), while 12 are still having active disease. Of the 8 patients who are now in remission, 1 is in phase II and taking monthly dexamethasone cyclophosphamide pulse and 50 mg cyclophosphamide daily while in 3 patients all the treatment has already been withdrawn (phase IV). All these patients are being followed up for any recurrence. The duration of remission has been more than 6 months in 7 patients (maximum 2 years). The chief side-effect observed was increased susceptibility to pyogenic and candidal infections of the skin and oral mucosa respectively. The other side-effects noted were generalized weakness and lethargy following DCP (1), irregular menstrual periods (1), amenorrhoea (1), general darkening of complexion (1), steroid psychosis (1), transient eosinophilia (1) and marked transient oligospermia.
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