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Notalgia paresthetica
Gharami Ramesh Chandra
Indian Journal of Dermatology , 2006,
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Lupus Miliaris Disseminatus Faciei
Gharami Ramesh Chandra,Shome Kaushik,Mandal Manoj Kumar,Dadgupta Angira
Indian Journal of Dermatology , 2002,
Abstract: A forty-five year old male presented with acneiform eruptions on his face, biopsy of which revealed the presence of caseating granuloma. The diagnosis was made as lupus miliaris desseminatus faciei, which replased following various therapies. The case is reported for its late onset, persistent and relapsing nature.
An unusual reaction to a commonly used drug
Gharami Ramesh
Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology , 2001,
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A profile of cutaneous tuberculosis
Patra Apares,Gharami Ramesh,Banerjee Paritosh
Indian Journal of Dermatology , 2006,
Abstract: About 39330, new patients were examined over a period of two years and it was revealed that 104 patients (0.26%) had cutaneous tuberculosis. Most of the tuberculosis patients (61.52%) were between the age of 5 to 25 years. Lupus vulgaris was the commonest variant (57.69%), followed by scrofuloderma (21.15%). Males suffered more than females (2.25:1) and all patients belonged to lower socio-economic class. 62 cases (59.61%) showed evidence of BCG vaccination that failed to protect cutaneous tuberculosis. Mantoux test was positive in all cases except 4. Bacteriological examination was negative in all cases. Response to antitubercular therapy was very good except in two cases which required addition of an extra drug and also took more time.
A clinico-histopathological study of appendageal skin tumors, affecting head and neck region in patients attending the dermatology OPD of a tertiary care centre in Eastern India
Saha Abanti,Das Nilay,Gharami Ramesh,Chowdhury Satyendra
Indian Journal of Dermatology , 2011,
Abstract: Introduction: Appendageal skin tumors (ATs) are those neoplasms that differentiate toward/arise from pilosebaceous apparatus, apocrine, or eccrine sweat glands. Pilosebaceous apparatus are concentrated in head neck area; thus it is expected that ATs would account for a major fraction of skin tumors over this site. Aims: This study aims at finding the clinico-histopathological correlation in cases ATs in head neck region among attendees of dermatology OPD. Materials and Methods: Cross-sectional descriptive study, conducted over 1-year period. All clinically suspected cases of ATs were evaluated and subjected to histopathological examination. Confirmed cases of ATs were finally analyzed. Results : Among twenty eight thousand four hundred sixty six new patients attending OPD, 30 suspected cases of ATs underwent histopathological examination. Histopathology was confirmatory in only 23 (76.67%) cases. Out of 23, syringoma were found in 9 (39.13%), trichoepithelioma in 6 (26.08%), syringocystadenoma papilliferum in 4 (17.39%), sebaceous gland hyperplasia in 3 (13.04%), and vellous hair cyst in 1 (4.34 %). Females (65.21%) outnumbered males (34.78%) in our study population. Conclusions: ATs of head neck region constitute a meager population (0.08%) attending dermatology OPD, and were more common among young population. Often it is over-diagnosed clinically thus necessitating histological confirmation. Young females being cosmetically more conscious are more eager to seek advice for this condition.
Sexually induced penile oedema
Ramesh Chandra A
Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology , 1995,
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Intracranial introduction of a nasogastric tube in a patient with severe craniofacial trauma
Chandra Ramesh,Kumar Phani
Neurology India , 2010,
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Comparative evaluation of self-etching primers with fourth and fifth generation dentin-bonding systems on carious and normal dentin substrates: An in vitro shear bond strength analysis
Giriyappa Ramesh,Chandra B
Journal of Conservative Dentistry , 2008,
Abstract: Aim: The aim of this study was to test the hypothesis that bonding to caries-affected dentin would yield strengths that are lower than bond strengths achievable when bonded to normal dentin. Dentin-bonding systems used in this study were fourth and fifth generation as well as self-etching primers. Materials and Methods: Forty-eight freshly extracted mandibular and maxillary molars were selected of which 24 were caries-affected teeth and the remaining were noncarious teeth. Random sampling was done with eight teeth in each group based on the bonding system used. In caries-affected teeth, the soft, stainable, caries-infected dentin was excavated using a caries detector dye whereas the hard, caries-affected, nonstainable dentin was retained. All the teeth were subsequently mounted in a suitable acrylic mould. Prepared teeth were restored with a single composite resin, using three different dentin bonding systems. These prepared specimens were transferred to a Hounsfield tensometer to measure the shear bond strength. The results obtained were analyzed using Anova, Student′s unpaired t-test, and Student Neuman Keulis test. Results: The results showed that the self-etching primer required the highest mean shear load compared to the fifth and fourth generation dentin-bonding systems in both normal dentin and caries-affected dentin. Conclusion: Bond strength to dentin depends on whether the dentinal tubule is open or occluded. Within the limitations of this study, it was observed that bond strength to caries-affected dentin was low compared to normal dentin.
Study on Laminar Two-Dimensional Lid-Driven Cavity Flow with Inclined Side Wall  [PDF]
Ramesh Chandra Mohapatra
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1102430
Abstract: In this present work, a computational code is developed to solve a laminar two-dimensional lid driven cavity flow with inclined side wall. SIMPLE (Semi-Implicit Method for Pressure-Linked Equation) algorithm based on finite volume method on staggered grid has been used. Differed QUICK (Quadratic Upstream Interpolation for Convective Kinematics) schemes have been implemented for all calculations. The results are presented for inclination angle β = 30°, 45° and Re = 100, 1000 and are compared with Demirdzic et al. benchmark solution. By comparison, it is found that the results are in very good agreement with the benchmark solution for Re = 100. But the results are close to the benchmark solution for Re = 1000.
Prediction on Turbulent Flow of Two Parallel Plane Jets Using κ-ε Model  [PDF]
Ramesh Chandra Mohapatra
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1103291
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In the present study, computational details of two parallel plane jets with nozzle separation ratio = 4.25 and Re = 11,000 are presented. A study of the turbulence has also been done. The computational domain size, grid resolution, and different discretization schemes on the predictions are discussed. The existence of a recirculation flow region, a merging region and a combined region in the two parallel plane jets configuration has been predicted qualitatively by model. Power law scheme is used for discretizing the convective terms. Calculations were made using a Power law scheme. A code is used to solve a laminar, two dimensional viscous fluid flow and heat transfer. At the last it is shown that this code is ready to use for modification for mean flow solution of the turbulent two parallel plane jets. The numerical results are compared with the experimental results. Computational details of various mean flow and turbulent parameters are presented and described with separation ratio of 4.25 and Re = 11,000. The results are compared with Nasr and Lai and are found to be in good agreement with it. The two parallel plane jets develop like a single free jet in the combined region. The outer shear layer spreads faster than the inner shear layer in the near field.
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