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Adenomatatoid tumor: Cytological diagnosis of two cases
Kalyani R,Das Subhashish
Journal of Cytology , 2009,
Abstract: Adenomatoid tumor is a benign neoplasm of mesothelial cell origin that occurs in both male and female genital tracts. Fine needle aspiration cytology has an important role in the preoperative diagnosis of the male genital adenomatoid tumor and is a rapid, reliable, conclusive, and cost-effective diagnostic tool that can be used to take appropriate surgical decisions. Pathologists should be aware of the cytological features of such lesions so as to avoid diagnostic pitfalls. We present here two cases, one in the testis and another in the epididymis in a 35 year-old and a 30 year-old male respectively, which were diagnosed by fine needle aspiration cytology and later confirmed by histopathology. We present the cytological features and histopathological correlation of these cases.
Sub-conjunctival dislocation of lens-a case report
Albal M,Kalyani R
Indian Journal of Ophthalmology , 1976,
Prevalence of abnormal semen analysis in patients of infertility at a rural setup in Central India
Shubhada Jajoo,Kanika R. Kalyani
International Journal of Reproduction, Contraception, Obstetrics and Gynecology , 2013, DOI: 10.5455/2320-1770.ijrcog20130610
Abstract: Background: Semen analysis is an indispensable diagnostic tool in the evaluation of the male partners of infertile couples. Methods: Semen samples were analysed by manual method. Analyses were for volume, viscosity, sperm concentration, motility, and morphology, according to WHO guidelines on semen analysis Results: This study, done at a rural setup, at Acharya Vinoba Bhave Rural Hospital has demonstrated that abnormal semen quality is a major factor in our rural setup with 52% of male partners of infertile couples having abnormal semen parameters. Conclusion: Male contribution towards infertility is yet to be studied and requires more elaborate research. [Int J Reprod Contracept Obstet Gynecol 2013; 2(2.000): 161-164]
Use of Student Response Systems for Summative Assessments  [PDF]
Kalyani Premkumar
Creative Education (CE) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2016.713187
Abstract: Student Response Systems (Clickers) have been adopted by a number of instructors to increase interactions, student engagement and/or formative assessment and feedback especially in large group sessions. Clickers are well known as tools for active learning strategy particularly in formative assessments. However, they are rarely used in assessments that count. With the advent of clickers with a display screen, attempts are being made to use clickers in summative exams. We examined the feasibility of their use in high stakes summative assessment by piloting such an assessment in a simulated setting. Utilizing the lessons learned in the pilot study, clickers were used in formative and summative assessments in various iterations of a computer course taught by one of the authors (CC). At the end of the course, perceptions of students on the use of clickers for high-stake examinations were obtained using an online survey. The instructor was interviewed to identify factors that facilitated clicker use and the challenges faced. In general, students were accepting of the use of this technology in high stakes exams and found it engaging and satisfying, primarily because of instant feedback. The instructor found the process less time consuming and efficient, and more secure compared to scan sheets. Clickers are best used for examinations of short duration, with multiple-choice questions or questions with minimal text or mathematical entry.
Cytodiagnosis of tumoral calcinosis
Das Subhashish,Kalyani R,Harendra Kumar M
Journal of Cytology , 2008,
Vulval schwannoma: A cytological diagnosis
Das Subhashish,Kalyani R,Harendra Kumar M
Journal of Cytology , 2008,
Abstract: Schwannomas are the most common peripheral nerve sheath tumors, the frequent sites of involvement being the head and neck, the flexor aspect of the limbs, especially near the elbow, wrist, knee, and trunk. Involvement of the female genital tract is extremely rare. We present one such rare case of a solitary vulval schwannoma which was diagnosed by fine needle aspiration cytology in a 48 year-old female, and confirmed by histopathological examination.
Predictability of Yen Angle & Appraisal of Various Cephalometric Parameters in the Assessment of Sagittal Relationship between Maxilla and Mandible in Angle’s Class II Malocclusion
Jigar R. Doshi,,Kalyani Trivedi,,Tarulatha Shyagali
People's Journal of Scientific Research , 2012,
Abstract: The study was aimed to check the predictability and variability of Yen angle along with other sagittal discrepancyparameters and to discuss the correlation existing between them, so as to obtained a more reliable and least variableparameter for antero-posterior cephalometric analysis. The lateral cephalograms of 120 Class II malocclusion in Indiansubjects were obtained and traced for seventeen different sagittal discrepancy parameters. The age of subjects rangedfrom 17-24 years. Study revealed that, Yen angle was highly reliable (CV= 1.81) and most homogenously distributedangular parameter to assess antero-posterior sagittal discrepancy. Other parameters like FABA, APDI/ PABA, SGn-ABand Beta angle also exhibit homogenous distribution and less variability in comparison to other parameters. As all theparameters used in the study share statistically significant correlation amongst themselves, instead of relying on onesingle parameter, others also should be checked and should be correlated with clinical findings.
Retroperitoneal cystic schwannoma: A case report with review of literature
Narasimha Aparna,Harendra Kumar M,Kalyani R,Madan M
Journal of Cytology , 2010,
Abstract: The occurrence of retroperitoneal schwannoma is uncommon and its presence may only be expressed by insidious onset of nonspecific symptoms such as vague abdominal pain. Imaging modalities like computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging may demonstrate the tumor, but due to heterogeneity and degeneration in some tumors, it may mimic malignancy. So, fine needle aspiration cytology followed by tissue sampling through needle biopsies may be essential to confirm the diagnosis prior to the surgery. This case is reported for its rare clinical presentation, having duration of more than 40 years with cystic degenerative changes.
Occupational Dermatoses Among Kitchen Workers In A Chain Of Vegetarian Hotel
Rai Reena,Ahmed Thowfeeq,Nair Kalyani Rajeev,Srinivas C R
Indian Journal of Dermatology , 2003,
Abstract: This study was undertaken to identify occupation related skin problems among hotel workers. One thousand three hindered and ninety employees of a chain of vegetarian hotels were examined. Of the 273 people working in the kitchen, 206 (75.4%) had dermatosis related to work. The Kitchen workers were classified according to the type of work they routinely performed. Forty eight out of the 63 (76.1%) cooks who were involved in stirring had callosity at sites of contact with ladle and 28 of the40 (70%) cooks who were involved in frying had pigmentation and scars due to contact with hot oil and water. All the onion peelers had staining and fissuring of the palmer aspect of the fingers. Thirty two of the 46(69.5%) vegetable cutters had callosity on the palm at areas of contact with knife. Poori markers had pigmentation and callosity of knuckles due to pressing the dough with their knuckles. Nine of the 12 (66%) rice cleaners had chapping of nails. Seven of the 12 (58.3%) paratha markers had erythema of palm due to contact with hot tava. Tandoori experts had singing of hair over right forearm. Two workers (0.73%) had pigmentation of the face probably due to prolonged exposure to heat. Two of the16 (12.5%) grinders had paronychia and onychomycosis due to constant contact with water and dough. Nine of the 15 (60%) coconut graters had callosities of the palms. We conclude the minor occupational dermatosis is prevalent among kitchen workers employed in hotels
Cancer profile in Kolar: A ten years study
Kalyani R,Das S,Bindra Singh M,Kumar HML
Indian Journal of Cancer , 2010,
Abstract: Context: Cancer profile varies in different regions and depends on race, lifestyle and diet. The study of a cancer profile helps to know the common cancers in a particular population, its probable risk factors and also helps in cancer control programs. AIM: To study the cancer profile at Kolar, based on Pathology Department records. Settings and Design: Retrospective study from January 1997 to December 2006. Materials and Methods: Cancer cases diagnosed by fine needle aspiration cytology (FNAC) and histopathology in the Department of Pathology were included in the study. The relevant history, clinical findings, and sociodemographic information of each case was retrieved from hospital records. Statistical Analysis Used: Descriptive statistics. Results: Out of a total of 19,615 cases reported at the Department of Pathology, 2,744 (13.98%) were cancer cases. The peak incidence was in the fifth decade in females and the seventh decade in males. Male : Female ratio was 0.7 : 1. Overall there was a steady rise in the number of cases from year 1997 to 2006. The top ten cancers in males were of oral cavity, stomach, esophagus, bone, non-Hodgkin′s lymphoma (NHL), prostate, liver, larynx, penis, and Hodgkin′s disease / bladder and those in females were oral cavity, cervix, breast, stomach, esophagus, thyroid, ovary, bone, rectum, and melanoma. Conclusions: Oral cavity and upper gastrointestinal cancers predominated in both genders. In females, cervical cancer predominated over breast cancer. Thyroid cancers were relatively more common in this region especially in females.
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