JCMC | Volume 5 | Number 4 | Issue 14 | Oct-Dec 2015
Review Article
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EXTRAPULMONARY SMALL CELL CARCINOMA : CURRENT STATUS AND STRATEGY
BP Rauniyar, KR Devkota
Original Articles
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BALLOON MITRAL VALVULOPLATY: AN EARLY EXPERIENCE IN CHITWAN MEDICAL COLLEGE
SR Regmi, BM Dhital, B Sharma, S Regmi
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AN EXPERIENCE OF MANAGEMENT OF CLUSTER ENDOPHTHALMITIS IN WESTERN HILLY RURAL REGION OF NEPAL: A DESCRIPTIVE, INTERVENTIONAL STUDY
P Bastola
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SELF-ASSESSMENT OF HEARING QUALITY OF TRAFFIC POLICEMEN WORKING IN DHARAN-BIRATNAGAR CORRIDOR
A Ghimire, SR Niraula, A Shrestha, N Jha
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ASSESSMENT OF NURSES€ KNOWLEDGE ON ROTAHALERDDEVICE IN A TEACHING HOSPITAL OF CENTRAL NEPAL
RM Piryani, RS Poudel, S Shrestha, A Prajapati
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INVOLVEMENT OF MALE IN BIRTH PREPAREDNESS IN TULSIPUR MUNICIPALITY OF DANG DISTRICT, NEPAL
CK Bhusal, S Bhattarai
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COMPARATIVE STUDY ON KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICE OF FAMILY PLANNING METHODS AMONG MARRIED CHEPANG AND BRAHMIN/CHHETRI MEN IN KORAK VDC OF CHITWAN DISTRICT
LD Lama, M Bharati, L Bharati
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A COMPARATIVE EVALUATION BETWEEN MEGADOSE INTRAVENOUS DEXAMETHASONE AND INTRAVENOUS METHYL PREDNISOLONE IN THE TREATMENT OUTCOME OF OPTIC NEURITIS
P Panjiyar, AK Sharma, GB Shreatha, A Shah
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EVALUATION OF ALOE VERA LEAVES EXTRACT IN STREPTOZOTOCIN- INDUCED DIABETIC NEPHROPATHY IN RAT
NB Dangi, M Gyanwali, P Gyanwali, HP Sapkota, A Pandey, A Shrestha
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AWARENESS TOWARDS TOBACCO CONSUMPTION: A COMMUNITY BASED STUDY
RB Sah, U Shah, L Subedi, N Jha
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THE EXPRESSION OF PI3K/ AKT SIGNAL PATHWAY IN BREAST TISSUE AND IT€S CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE
Zhang gang, Li zhong, Lin Xiao-meng, Zhang Jun-hua, Cui Yong, Zhao xing
Case Study
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HYPERSENSITIVITY REACTION TO OFLOXACIN: A CASE REPORT
NS Neki
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RUPTURED ECTOPIC PREGNANCY IN A NON-COMMUNICATING RUDIMENTARY HORN OF A UNICORNUATE UTERUS: A CASE REPORT
S Kaudel
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