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Laparoscopic management of left paraduodenal hernia
Parmar B P S,Parmar R
Journal of Minimal Access Surgery , 2010,
Abstract: Internal herniation of small bowel accounts for about 1% of all the patients with intestinal obstruction. Fifty percent of the patients with paraduodenal hernia will have bowel obstruction. Left paraduodenal hernia resulting from abnormal rotation of the midgut during embryonic development is the most common form of congenital internal hernia. A case of a young male presenting with chronic abdominal pain due to left paraduodenal hernia is being reported. A correct preoperative diagnosis of left paraduodenal hernia was made on computerised tomography (CT), and the patient was managed by laparoscopic surgery. The role of imaging in preoperative diagnosis is being highlighted with a brief review of literature.
Images in radiology: type III growing skull fracture.
Parmar R,Bavdekar S
Journal of Postgraduate Medicine , 2000,
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Prenatal diagnosis of partial trisomy 21 associated with maternal balanced translocation 46xx der 21 t(21q;22q) with pericentric inversion of chromosome 9.
Parmar R,Sira P
Journal of Postgraduate Medicine , 2003,
Abstract: This communication reports prenatal diagnosis of partial trisomy 21 resulting from balanced translocation (21q;22q) in a 36-year-old gravida 7, para 1 woman. The lady had only one living child and there was history of recurrent spontaneous first trimester abortions. Triple test was abnormal in the present conception. In addition, the woman had pericentric inversion of chromosome 9, a finding scarcely reported previously with carrier status in Indian literature. A few cytogeneticists consider this as a normal variant. However, many reports in the recent literature link pericentric inversion of chromosome 9 with infertility, recurrent abortions and a number of other abnormal conditions. A review of the relevant literature pertinent to the case is provided.
Identification of Potential Species Croton bonplandianum, Sedges and Balanitis aegyptiaca for the Application of Phytoremediation  [PDF]
Pritesh Parmar, Bhaumik Dave, Ketankumar Panchal, R. B. Subramanian
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2013.46153
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Heavy metal contamination to the environment is a serious problem in the developing countries due to anthropogenic activities, a threat needs to remediate to sustain the life on earth, technology includes use of microorganisms and different plant species. In consideration of biomass, phytoremediation is a very useful techniques above all, can be exploit by identification of hyperaccumulator, which accumulates the heavy metal under metal stress condition. In view of constraints of efficient plant species in present study thirty seven different plant species were screened for the identification of heavy metal accumulators. Croton bonplandianum, sedges and Balanites aegyptiaca amongst the all exhibit superior potential of heavy metal accumulation. This is the first report to unravel the heavy metal accumulation property of three different plant species which can be exploited for the bioremediation of heavy metals.

Pattern of ocular injuries in Haryana
Parmar IPS,Nagpal R,Sunandan S
Indian Journal of Ophthalmology , 1985,
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Gonio-punch in glaucoma
Singh Parmar I,Nagpal R,Lodha V
Indian Journal of Ophthalmology , 1984,
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FIRST ORDER DERIVATIVE SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC METHOD FOR SIMULTANEOUS ESTIMATION OF TELMISARTAN AND CHLORTHALIDONE IN BULK AND PHARMACEUTICAL DOSAGE FORM
Parmar Kreny E.,Mehta R. S.
International Research Journal of Pharmacy , 2013, DOI: 10.7897/2230-8407.04348
Abstract: A simple, precise, and accurate method was developed for the estimation of Telmisartan (TEL) and Chlorthalidone (CHL) in bulk and pharmaceutical dosage form using first order derivative spectrophotometry. Wavelength selected for quantitation were 264.85nm for Telmisartan (zero crossing point of Chlorthalidone) and 222.38nm for Chlorthalidone(zero crossing point of Telmisartan). The method was validated with respect to linearity, accuracy, precision, limit of detection and limit of quantitation in accordance with the International Conference on Harmonisation (ICH) guidelines. Linearity was observed in concentration range of 8-48 μg/ml for Telmisartan and 2.5-15 μg/ml for Chlorthalidone. The limit of detection and limit of quantitation were found to be 0.234μg/ml and 0.712 μg/ml for Telmisartan and 0.102 μg/ml and 0.309 μg/ml for Chlorthalidone. The percentage recovery of Telmisartan and Chlorthalidone was found to be 99.26% and 99.36% respectively. The % R.S.D. values for intra-day and inter-day precision study were <1.0%, confirming that the method was sufficiently precise. The method can be successfully employed for the simultaneous estimation of Telmisartan and Chlorthalidone in pharmaceutical formulations.
Knowledge, attitude and practices of parents of children with febrile convulsion.
Parmar R,Sahu D,Bavdekar S
Journal of Postgraduate Medicine , 2001,
Abstract: CONTEXT: Parental anxiety and apprehension is related to inadequate knowledge of fever and febrile convulsion. AIMS: To study the knowledge, attitude, and practices of the parents of children with febrile convulsions. SETTINGS AND DESIGN: Prospective questionnaire based study in a tertiary care centre carried over a period of one year. SUBJECTS AND METHODS: 140 parents of consecutive children presenting with febrile convulsion were enrolled. STATISTICAL ANALYSIS USED: Chi-square test. RESULTS: 83 parents (59.3%) could not recognise the convulsion; 90.7% (127) did not carry out any intervention prior to getting the child to the hospital. The commonest immediate effect of the convulsion on the parents was fear of death (n= 126, 90%) followed by insomnia (n= 48, 34.3%), anorexia (n= 46, 32.9%), crying (n= 28, 20%) and fear of epilepsy (n= 28, 20%). Fear of brain damage, fear of recurrence and dyspepsia were voiced by the fathers alone (n= 20, cumulative incidence 14.3%). 109 (77.9%) parents did not know the fact that the convulsion can occur due to fever. The long-term concerns included fear of epilepsy (n= 64, 45.7%) and future recurrence (n= 27, 19.3%) in the affected child. For 56 (40%) of the parents every subsequent episode of fever was like a nightmare. Only 21 parents (15%) had thermometer at home and 28 (20%) knew the normal range of body temperature. Correct preventive measures were known only to 41 (29.2%). Awareness of febrile convulsion and the preventive measures was higher in socio-economic grade (P< 0.05). CONCLUSIONS: The parental fear of fever and febrile convulsion is a major problem with serious negative consequences affecting daily familial life.
Pathogenesis of thyroid-associated ophthalmopathy: does autoimmunity against calsequestrin and collagen XIII play a role?
Hooshang Lahooti, Kishan R Parmar, Jack R Wall
Clinical Ophthalmology , 2010, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/OPTH.S6534
Abstract: thogenesis of thyroid-associated ophthalmopathy: does autoimmunity against calsequestrin and collagen XIII play a role? Review (4177) Total Article Views Authors: Hooshang Lahooti, Kishan R Parmar, Jack R Wall Published Date April 2010 Volume 2010:4 Pages 417 - 425 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/OPTH.S6534 Hooshang Lahooti, Kishan R Parmar, Jack R Wall The Department of Medicine, University of Sydney, Nepean Clinical School, Penrith, NSW, Australia Abstract: Thyroid-associated ophthalmopathy (TAO), or thyroid eye disease, is a complex inflammatory disorder of the eye that, as its name implies, is associated with thyroid disease. TAO can be divided into three subtypes: ocular myopathy, congestive myopathy and mixed congestive and myopathic ophthalmopathy. Although the precise pathophysiology of TAO remains unclear it is likely to reflect an autoimmune reaction involving sensitized T-cells and autoantibodies directed against a thyroid and orbital tissue shared antigen. One well studied candidate in this immune reaction is the thyroid-stimulating hormone receptor (TSH-r), expressed in the orbital fibroblast and pre adipocyte. In our studies of TAO, we have investigated the nature and significance of antibodies targeting other eye muscle and orbital connective tissue (OCT) antigens. Our findings suggest that autoimmunity against the eye muscle antigen calsequestrin and the OCT antigen collagen XIII plays a role in the pathogenesis of TAO. We propose that ocular myopathy and chronic eyelid retraction are due to autoimmunity against skeletal muscle calsequestrin in the extraocular and eyelid muscles, respectively. This may be initiated in the thyroid where calsequestrin expression is upregulated, possibly due to a stimulatory effect of TSH-r antibodies. We also propose that congestive ophthalmopathy results from a reaction against the TSH-r or collagen XIII in orbital fibroblast cell membranes. Further insight into the role of eye muscle and OCT antigens in the pathogenesis of TAO may allow for the development of new therapies to treat the eye disorder and reduce patient morbidity.
Herpetic keratitis-role of cryotherapy and autogenous serum
Parmar IPS,Nagpal R,Chugh J,Seth R
Indian Journal of Ophthalmology , 1985,
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