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ORIGINAL ARTICLE
1.  Staining in Tympanoplasty; Is Methylene blue Rationale?
2.  Knowledge, attitude and practice of mothers of under-five children regarding diarrhoeal illness- A study from coastal Karnataka
3.  30-day surgical outcome among patients undergone emergency laparotomy in a tertiary care teaching hospital: an audit of 151 cases
4.  Impact of urinary incontinence on quality of life among rural women
5.  STUDY OF THE EARLY PERINATAL OUTCOMES IN BABIES BORN TO YOUNG AND OLDER MOTHERS
6.  Seroprevalence of IgM and IgG Antibodies to Toxoplasma infection in HIV positive Antiretroviral therapy naïve individuals
7.  “Attitude towards Women Empowerment among Husbands of Eligible Couples in a Rural Area of Hooghly District, West Bengal”
8.  A study on role of chest x-rays in children above 5 years admitted with acute asthma
CASE REPORT
1.  “NON-TRAUMATIC, SPONTANEOUS SUBCUTANEOUS EMPHYSEMA: DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC DILEMMA”
2.  Enigmatic picture of salmonella bacteremia with mycotic aneurysm and hepatitis
3.  Giant Bowenæs disease in a paddy field worker
REVIEW ARTICLE
1.  An Insight into Psoriasis – A Review
SHORT COMMUNICATION
1.  Implementing Case Based Learning in Medical Colleges in India
LETTER TO EDITOR
1.  Reducing the deaths of under-five children through integrated community case management strategy in Nigeria
2.  Improving the living standards and health status of the migrant women workers
3.  Brainstorming: A tool to facilitate learning among undergraduate medical students
4.  Resorting to Programmatic Assessment in medical education system in India
5.  Offering customized and supportive care to ensure positive childbirth experience: World Health Organization
6.  Containment of non-communicable diseases to accomplish universal health coverage
7.  Reduce burden of questionable publication from Indian authors: Young academicians’ perspective


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