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Accessory belly of piriformis, as a cause of superior gluteal neurovascular entrapment
Rimple Bansal,Subhash Kaushal,Usha Chhabra
International Journal of Research in Medical Sciences , 2013, DOI: 10.5455/2320-6012.ijrms20130830
Abstract: During routine dissection on 50 years old male cadaver, an accessory belly of piriformis was observed. This accessory belly was superior and parallel to the main piriformis muscle. This was associated with emergence of superior gluteal nerve and superior gluteal artery between the two bellies. Piriformis muscle and its relation to sciatic nerve has been suggested as a cause of piriformis syndrome. But interestingly in the present case, superior gluteal nerve was interposed between two bellies that may help the clinicians to establish a rare yet important cause of piriformis syndrome and a rare cause of undiagnosed chronic pain in gluteal region. As superior gluteal artery was also interposed, so this rare variation holds interest to surgeons especially in isolated buttock claudication despite otherwise normal vascular investigations. [Int J Res Med Sci 2013; 1(3.000): 296-298]
Monitoring Forests: A New Paradigm of Remote Sensing & GIS Based Change Detection  [PDF]
Subhash Ashutosh
Journal of Geographic Information System (JGIS) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jgis.2012.45051
Abstract: Remote sensing has emerged as the main tool for mapping and monitoring of forest resources globally. In India, this technological tool is in use for biennial monitoring of forest cover of the country for the last 25 years. Among the numerous applications of remote sensing in forest management, change detection is the one which is most frequently used. In this paper, a new paradigm of change detection has been presented in which change of vegetation in a grid (a square shaped unit area) is the basis of change analysis instead of change at the pixel level. The new method is a simpler approach and offers several advantages over the conventional approaches of remote sensing based change detection. The study introduces an index termed as ‘Grid Vegetation Change Index (GVCI)’, its numerical value gives quantified assessment of the degree of change. The minus value of GVCI indicates loss or negative change and similarly positive value vice versa. By applying the GVCI on a pair of remotely sensed images of two dates of an area, one can know degree of vegetation change in every unit area (grid) of the large landscape. Based on the GVCI values, one can select those grids which show significant changes. Such ‘candidate grids with significant changes’ may be shortlisted for ground verification and studying the causes of change. Since the change identification is based on the index value, it is free from human subjectivity or bias. Though there may be some limitations of the methodology, the GVCI based approach offers an operational application for monitoring forests in India and elsewhere for complete scanning of forest areas to pointedly identify change locations, identifying the grids with significant changes for objective and discrete field inspections with the help of GPS. It also offers a method to monitor progress of afforestation and conservation schemes, monitor habitats of wildlife areas and potential application in carbon assessment methodologies of CDM and REDD+.
Impact of malathion on some haematological parameters of Channa punctatus (Bloch)
Kaushal DUBE,kaushal DUBE
International Journal of Biomedical and Advance Research , 2012, DOI: 10.7439/ijbar.v3i9.711
Abstract: Malathion is an organophosphorous insecticide widely used in agricultural and non agricultural purposes in India, creates a serious threat to the environment as well as target and non target organisms. The present investigation was undertaken to study the effect of malathion on some haematological parameters of Channa punctatus. Channa punctatus was treated with malathion and LC50 value for 96 hours was calculated following probit analysis methods. Channa punctatus was exposed to sublethal concentration of malathion (0.8 ppm). The study revealed a declining trend of RBC, Haemoglobin and increasing trend of WBC indicated toxic effect of malathion on Channa punctatus.
Use of patch testing for identifying allergen causing chronic urticaria
Verma Kaushal
Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology , 2008,
Type I hypersensitivity to Parthenium hysterophorus in patients with parthenium dermatitis
Verma Kaushal
Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology , 2007,
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2013,
Abstract: Teachers play a prominent role in national and social reconstruction and in transmission of wisdom, knowledge and experiences of one generation, to another generation. This study was carried out to identify the prospective teachers' Sense of responsibility towards environment at bachelor of education level in National Capital Region (NCR). The sample comprised of 100 prospective teachers (males & females) of B. Ed colleges. Data was collected from prospective teachers, through an Environmental Responsibility Assessment Inventory (ERAI). The results of the study revealed that State Board and CBSE Board prospective teachers are equally aware of environmental issues and overall responsibilities. English and Hindi Medium prospective teachers also bear equal environmental responsibilities.
Kaushal DUBE
International Journal of Biomedical and Advance Research , 2012, DOI: 10.7439/ijbar.v3i9.710
Abstract: In the present investigation, the effect of sub lethal concentration of the garlic aqueous extract on fish Channa punctatus were studied after 24 hrs, 48 hrs, 72 hrs and 96 hrs exposure respectively. Different concentrations of garlic (10 ppm/lit, 15 ppm/lit) used against Protein contentof fish and results showed the gradual decrease in the protein content, ranging (106.14 – 91.65 mg/gm) for 10 ppm/lit for (24 hrs – 96 hrs) and (103.90 - 88.13 mg/gm) for 15 ppm/lit respectively.
Median deficiency in the posterior arch of the atlas vertebra: a case report
Kaushal P
International Journal of Anatomical Variations , 2011,
Abstract: Isolated cases of partial agenesis of atlas were initially considered benign variations, without any clinical or pathological significance. However, there is increasing evidence that neurological symptoms may occur even after minor cervical trauma in subjects with defects in the posterior arch of the atlas. The present case study describes a rare case of median deficiency in the posterior arch of atlas vertebra. The knowledge of this benign variation is crucial as it may aid clinicians in correct management of subjects presenting with resolution of symptoms and avoid excessive investigations.
Epitransverse process: A rare outgrowth from atlas vertebra
Kaushal P
International Journal of Anatomical Variations , 2010,
Abstract: Acute injuries of the upper cervical spine as a cause of severe disability and death following trauma has at all times been an interesting phase of anatomical study. The present case study describes a rare outgrowth from the left transverse process of the atlas vertebra. This process referred to as epitransverse process can be of high importance to many specialties and especially to surgeons performing radical neck dissections, radiologists for accurate diagnosis of bony malformations and manipulative therapists, as it may markedly influence the posture, stability and mobility at the atlanto-occipital joint.
Pharmacogenomics in Therapeutics
Sandeep Kaushal
JK Science : Journal of Medical Education & Research , 2009,
Abstract: Pharmacogenomic testing improves drug safety bycomplimenting therapeutic drug monitoring as it accountsfor pharmacodynamic variability and helps in safeprescription of drugs. Thus pharmacogenomics aidspersonalized medicine in true sense.
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