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The frequency of factor V Leiden and prothrombin mutations in children with cerebral palsy showing evidence of vascular thrombo-Embolic events seen on magnetic resonance imaging
Ender Karaca, Ayse Nur Buyru, Adnan Yuksel
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ORIGINAL ARTICLE
1.  STUDY OF DYNAMICS OF LACTATE DEHYDROGENASE AND HEPATIC ENZYMES ACTIVITY FOLLOWING PERINATAL ASPHYXIA IN FULL TERM NEONATES
2.  A STUDY OF PREDICTORS&PREVALENCE OF NEURODEVELOPEMENTAL OUTCOME IN HYPERBILIRUBINEMIC NEONATES ADMITTED IN NICU
3.  CLINICOPATHOLOGICAL STUDY OF PEDIATRIC POSTERIOR FOSSA TUMORS
4.  Cognitive dysfunctions in children with Epilepsy
5.  Magnitude of Neurogenic tumour burden in Pediatric population: A Tertiary Care Centre Study
CASE REPORT
1.  Churg-Strauss Syndrome in Pediatric patient presenting with recurrent haemorrhagic stroke and mitral regurgitation due to prolapsed mitral valve : a case report
2.  Intradiploic Pterional Epidermoid tumor: A Case report and literature review
3.  Thiamine Responsive PDHC deficiency: A potentially treatable cause of Leigh’s disease
4.  Occult Disseminated Tuberculosis with Holocord LEMT- A rare phenomenon in a Child
5.  Isolated superior divisional oculomotor nerve palsy and nystagmus following mild trauma: A case report
LETTER TO EDITOR
1.  Can Pediatric Bispectral Index Sensor replace Adult Bispectral Index Sensor for Depth of Anaesthesia Monitoring?
2.  Primary Central Nervous System-Ewing’s Sarcoma: A distinct entity


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