001 DQB1*05 DQB1*06 EF, aetiological
fraction or attributable risk; PF, preventive fraction; Ki2, Chi-square with Yates correction; OR, odds ratio; ** Very highly significant P value, obtained by multiplying with the no.
group of acute tubular necrosis (ATN) (more than one category possible) was subdivided into nephrotoxic, septic or renal hypoperfusion ATN.
The clinical features and aetiological
basis of primary eruption failure.
Thus in India, inspite of inherent biasness in hospital related information, adoption of WHO Step-1 system in different regions of India may unfold regional characteristics and identify the local risk factors which may be of aetiological
Which of the following is a known aetiological
agent for cervical cancer (choose one)?
In our series a high frequency of younger population (53%) developed MDS, a detailed molecular genetics and aetiological
factors need to be studied.
While there is certainly considerable truth in many of these perspectives, it is important that our response as health professionals to all epidemics (be they of violence or plague) should be determined by appraising all the aetiological
evidence available from both upstream (root causes) and downstream factors.
A etiology of diarrhoea could not be determined in 65 per cent of the study patients, suggesting a need for a comprehensive aetiological
studies covering bacterial, fungal, viral, and parasitic causes of diarrhoea among HIV infected patients in India.
Apart from removal of the primary respiratory aetiological
agent there are a number of health benefits that accrue to other organ systems as well.
This study by Mayosi and colleagues (1) demonstrates that a presumptive diagnosis of tuberculous pericarditis is associated with a high mortality in sub-Saharan Africans, and calls for attention to rapid aetiological
diagnosis of pericardial effusion and treatment of concomitant HIV infection as this may reduce the high mortality associated with the disease.
But, genetic studies for the aetiological
factor of TBMN are insufficient compared with Alport syndrome.
Paediatric maxillofacial fractures: their aetiological
characters and fracture patterns.