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Primary non-Hodgkin′s lymphoma of the mandible
Dinakar J,Priya Lakshmi,Reddy Samyukta
Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology , 2010,
Abstract: Primary non-Hodgkins′s lymphoma is a very uncommon lesion, accounting for 0.6% in jaws. As the lesions frequently resemble other disease such as chronic osteomyelitis, odontogenic or any secondary neoplasms, further evaluation and histopathologic examination allow early identification for appropriate treatment. The purpose of this case report is to describe a rare case of non-Hodgkin′s lymphoma of the mandible, explore the diagnosis and workup based on immunohistochemistry.
Early Percutaneous Coronary Intervention for Unprotected Left Main Disease in Patient with Cardiogenic Shock: A Case-Report  [PDF]
Krupal Reddy
World Journal of Cardiovascular Diseases (WJCD) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/wjcd.2016.66018
Abstract: The prognosis of left main coronary artery disease is largely affected by the appropriate selection of the treatment strategy. A 45-year-old male presented with severe chest pain and two episodes of ventricular tachycardia, which was reverted after DC shock. Coronary angiography revealed critical stenotic lesion in the left main coronary artery. The patient successfully underwent urgent angioplasty with stent deployment in the left main coronary artery.
Outcome Based Education—Some Initiatives  [PDF]
T. A. Janardhan Reddy, P. Srinivas Reddy
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2014.210002
Abstract:

Engineers & technologists contribute significantly in our social development, economic progress, and enhancement of social and physical infrastructure. Industry in general and manufacturing in particular are facing unprecedented challenges due to globalization. Consequently, the business environment of manufacturing enterprises is facing increasing complexity. The engineering graduates and researchers with the ability to understand the technological complexities, the creative arts and skills are increasingly sought after by industrial and business world. Team-based activities are of great importance for students to learn and tackle and solve the complex global issues at later life. Self study and own initiatives of engineering students at learning stage enable and sharpen them to emerge out as highly acceptable engineers. The Washington Accord which emphasizes on outcome based learning is gaining increasing acceptance among many countries.

Schottky Barrier Parameters of Pd/Ti Contacts on N-Type InP Revealed from I-V-T And C-V-T Measurements  [PDF]
D. Subba Reddy, M. Bhaskar Reddy, N. Nanda Kumar Reddy, V. Rajagopal Reddy
Journal of Modern Physics (JMP) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/jmp.2011.23018
Abstract: We report on the current-voltage (I-V) and capacitance-voltage (C-V) characteristics of the Pd/Ti/n-InP Schottky barrier diodes (SBDs) in the temperature range 160-400 K in steps of 40 K. The barrier heights and ideality factors of Schottky contact are found in the range 0.35 eV (I-V), 0.73 eV (C-V) at 160 K and 0.63 eV (I-V), 0.61 eV (C-V) at 400 K, respectively. It is observed that the zero-bias barrier height decreases and ideality factor n increase with a decrease in temperature, this behaviour is attributed to barrier inhomogeneities by assuming Gaussian distribution at the interface. The calculated value of series resistance (Rs) from the forward I-V characteristics is decreased with an increase in temperature. The homogeneous barrier height value of approximately 0.71 eV for the Pd/Ti Schottky diode has been obtained from the linear relationship between the temperature-dependent experimentally effective barrier heights and ideality factors. The zero-bias barrier height ( ) versus 1/2kT plot has been drawn to obtain evidence of a Gaussian distribution of the barrier heights and values of = 0.80 eV and = 114 mV for the mean barrier height and standard deviation have been obtained from the plot, respectively. The modified Richardson ln(I0/T2)- ( ) versus 1000/T plot has a good linearity over the investigated temperature range and gives the mean barrier height ( ) and Richardson constant (A*) values as 0.796 eV and 6.16 Acm-2K-2 respectively. The discrepancy between Schottky barrier heights obtained from I-V and C-V measurements is also interpreted.
Giant Plagioclase Basalts from Northeastern Deccan Volcanic Province, India: Implications for Their Origin and Petrogenetic Significance  [PDF]
Reddy V. R. Talusani
International Journal of Geosciences (IJG) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ijg.2012.35103
Abstract: The giant plagioclase basalts (GPBs) with plagioclase phenocrysts that reach up to 3 cm in length are found near Jabalpur in the northeastern part of the Deccan Volcanic Province (DVP). The thickness of the basalt flow (flow 6) that contains the GPBs is ~ 20 m. Plagioclase phenocysts (An58 - An64) in the GPBs display many features of magma mixing (e.g., resorption, reverse zoning). Of the nine flows in the Jabalpur section, the GPBs (flow 6) with lowest Mg#s (38 - 43) and MgO (4.16 - 5.08 wt%), Ni and Cr abundances are the most evolved compositions. In addition, these GPBs have highest abundances of incompatible elements (TiO2, P2O5, Nb, Zr, Sr and Ba). The GPBs are compositionally similar to the well-studied Mahabaleshwar lavas of the western DVP. This new occurrence of GPBs has implications for existence of local crustal magma chambers, feeders and vents in the northeastern part of the DVP.
Tensor Product of 2-Frames in 2-Hilbert Spaces  [PDF]
G. Upender Reddy
Advances in Pure Mathematics (APM) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/apm.2016.68039
Abstract: 2-frames in 2-Hilbert spaces are studied and some results on it are presented. The tensor product of 2-frames in 2-Hilbert spaces is introduced. It is shown that the tensor product of two 2-frames is a 2-frame for the tensor product of Hilbert spaces. Some results on tensor product of 2-frames are established.
Religion: A Subset of Culture and an Expression of Spirituality  [PDF]
Inna Reddy Edara
Advances in Anthropology (AA) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/aa.2017.74015
Abstract: Cultures or cultural values, which are described as constructively created behaviors based on collective beliefs, are omnipresent at multiple levels in every human behavior and interaction, including in the sphere of religion. Scholars described religion as a cultural system of symbols, which establish powerful, pervasive, and long-lasting moods and motivations and naturalized conceptions of a general order of existence. Thus, religion is considered to be a part of culture and it acts as one among many forms of overtly expressing and experiencing spirituality that is inward, personal, subjective, transcendental, and unsystematic. In other words, cultural values are seen as a foundation to religiosity. Based on this assumption, this paper reviewed the literature to provide empirical evidence to the overt practice of religiosity that is embedded in particular cultural experiences and values as a form of expressing and experiencing the human universal of spirituality.
Generalized Fuzzy Data Mining for Incomplete Information  [PDF]
Poli Venkata Subba Reddy
Journal of Software Engineering and Applications (JSEA) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/jsea.2018.116018
Abstract: Defining data with fuzziness made the knowledge discovery process easy and secure to data in data mining. The fuzzy data bases may have linguistic variables. In this paper, fuzzy conditional inference and reasoning are studied for generalized fuzzy data mining. Generalized fuzzy data mining and reasoning is studied with two membership functions “Belief” and “Disbelief”. The fuzzy logic with two membership functions will give more evidence than single membership function. The fuzzy certainty factor is studied as difference between these functions and made it as single membership function. The fuzzy data mining methods are studied. The generalized data mining is studied with different fuzzy conditional inferences. The business intelligence is given as an example.
Social and Spiritual Dimensions as Protective Factors in the Relationship between Acculturative Stress and Subjective Well-Being among International Students in Taiwan  [PDF]
Inna Reddy Edara
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2018.97096
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to use the resilience model in investigating the selected factors that reduce acculturative stress and promote well-being among international students in Taiwan. Research has indicated that acculturative stress has been identified as a major issue experienced by many international students in various host countries, resulting in an increase in mental illness and decrease in well-being. A few international studies suggested that factors such as social support and coping strategies mitigated the effects of acculturative stress on negative emotions. In the absence of such studies and as the international student population continues to increase in Taiwan, this project examined the role of social connectedness, social assurance, and spiritual well-being as potential mediators or protective factors in the relationship between acculturative stress and subjective well-being (positive affect and satisfaction with life) in a sample of international students. Data from 214 participants were subjected to regression analyses to analyze for mediation effects. The results indicated significant effects of social connectedness and spiritual well-being on subjective well-being. Of the two significant mediators, social connectedness emerged as a stronger mediator, accounting for 53% and 55% of the mediation effect on positive affect and satisfaction with life, respectively. Spiritual well-being accounted for 7% and 4% of the variance, respectively. These results validate the resilient and positive psychology model, in which the resilience part evades pathological signs when individuals are exposed to stressors, while the positive aspect promotes subjective well-being. These results are discussed in detail and the implication of such results for building appropriate social and spiritual resources and designing interventions are elucidated.
The Impact of Isoniazid Resistance on the Treatment Outcomes of Smear Positive Re-Treatment Tuberculosis Patients in the State of Andhra Pradesh, India
Dorai Deepa, Shanta Achanta, Jyoti Jaju, Koteswara Rao, Rani Samyukta, Mareli Claassens, Ajay M. V. Kumar, Vishnu PH
PLOS ONE , 2013, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0076189
Abstract: Background Multi drug resistant and rifampicin resistant TB patients in India are treated with the World Health Organization (WHO) recommended standardized treatment regimens but no guidelines are available for the management of isoniazid (INH) resistant TB patients. There have been concerns that the standard eight-month retreatment regimen being used in India (2H3R3Z3E3S3/1H3R3Z3E3/5H3R3E3; H-Isoniazid; R-Rifampicin; Z-Pyrazinamide; E-Ethambutol; S-Streptomycin) may be inadequate to treat INH resistant TB cases and leads to poor treatment outcomes. We aimed to assess if INH resistance is associated with unfavorable treatment outcomes (death, default, failure and transferred out) among a cohort of smear positive retreatment TB patients registered in three districts of Andhra Pradesh, India. Methods We conducted a retrospective record review of all smear positive retreatment TB patients without rifampicin resistance registered during April–December 2011. Results Of 1,947 TB patients, 1,127 (58%) were tested with LPA—50 (4%) were rifampicin resistant, 933 (84%) were sensitive to INH and rifampicin and 144 (12%) were INH resistant. Of 144 INH resistant cases, 64 (44%) had poor treatment outcomes (25 (17%) default, 22 (15%) death, 12 (8%) failure and 5 (3%) transfer out) as compared to 287 (31%) among INH sensitive cases [aRR 1.46; 95%CI (1.19–1.78)]. Conclusion Our study confirms that INH resistance is independently associated with unfavorable treatment outcomes among smear positive retreatment TB patients, indicating that the current treatment regimen may be inadequate. These findings call for an urgent need for randomized controlled trials to discover the most effective treatment regimen for managing INH resistant TB.
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