JCMC | Volume 8 | Number 1| Issue 23 | Jan-Mar 2018
Case Reports
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LEFT SIDED ACUTE APPENDICITIS WITH INTESTINAL MALROTATION IN AN ADULT, A DIAGNOSTIC CHALLENGE
Rupesh Gautam,Deepak Adhikari,Gemma U. De Lima,Bhawana Adhikari
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A TYPICAL PRESENTATION OF VIRAL ENCEPHALITIS WITH PSYCHIATRIC MANIFESTATION AND QUICK; COMPLETE RECOVERY
Dhan Bahadur Shrestha,Chiranjibi Panta,Namrata Rawal, Paawan Bhandari, Pradeep Manandhar,Nagendra Katuwal
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AWARENESS OF CLINICAL FACULTY ABOUT NATIONAL ANTIBIOTIC TREATMENT GUIDELINES
Rano Mal Piryani
Original Articles
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ANALYSIS OF CERVICAL CANCER SCREENING AT PATAN HOSPITAL NEPAL
Laxmi RC,Prashant Shrestha,Binita Pradhan
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OCULAR BIOMETRY AMONG PRIMARY ANGLE CLOSURE
Dakki Sherpa
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IS SERUM CREATININE MANDATORY PRIOR TO CONTRAST ENHANCED COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY?
Deepak Adhikari,Rupesh Gautam,Sweta Moktan, Mukesh Mallik,Mamita Sakhakarmi
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PROPORTIONS OF MAXILLARY ANTERIOR TEETH RELATIVE TO EACH OTHER AND TO GOLDEN STANDARD IN CHITWAN MEDICAL COLLEGE
Meena Kumari Mishra, Manjeev Guragain, Smriti Narayan Thakur,Sanjeeb Chaudhary
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COUNSELING ON LIFE STYLE MODIFICATION AND KNOWLEDGE AND BELIEF OF HYPERTENSION AND ITS MANAGEMENT AMONG HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTS VISITING COMMUNITY BASED SCREENING AND MANAGEMENT PROGRAM IN EASTERN NEPAL
Bhawesh Koirala,Gajendra Prasad Rauniar, Anup Ghimire,Sanjib Kumar Sharma
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COMPARISION OF TUBELESS VERSUS TUBED PERCUTANEOUS NEPHROLITHOTOMY
Rajiv Shah , Nirmal Lamichhane , Sudeep Raj K.C.
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CLINICAL PROFILE AND OUTCOME OF ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY IN INTENSIVE CARE UNIT OF A TEACHING HOSPITAL
Bidhan Shrestha,Sabita Shrestha,Rakshya Shrestha,Pramod Paudel,Hari Krishna Dhakal,Mukesh Ranjan Shah, Suresh Kumar Deep, Sabina Sedhai
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KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE AND PRACTICE REGARDING TOILETTRAING MONG MOTHERS OF TODDLER AT KALIKA MUNICIPALITY, CHITWAN
Pabitra Sharma,Ganga Gurung,Shanti Regmi
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INCIDENCE OF CHOLEDOCHOLITHIASIS IN GALLSTONE DISEASE
Kishor Kumar Tamrakar,Abhishek Bhattarai,Pragya Devakota
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IMPLEMENTATION AND EVALUATION OF THE CLINICAL PATHWAY FOR THE DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROME
Bishnu Mani Dhital,Ou Yang Mao,Shyam Raj Regmi,Sudhir Regmi
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STUDY ON CLINICAL PROFILE OF DENGUE IN A TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL OF NEPAL
Kenopama Gyawali, Reisha Rijal, Shanti Regmi, Sabina Sedhai, Shital Adhikari
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A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY OF RECTAL PROLAPSE IN CHITWAN MEDICAL COLLEGE
Abhishek Bhattarai,Kishor Kumar Tamrakar,Pragya Devakota,Keshar Bahadur Shah,Bimochan Piya
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PREDICTING FACTORS LEADING TO CARDIAC ARREST IN SOLID ORGAN TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS : A RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF CODE BLUE PATIENTS .
Subhash P Acharya, Laura Hawryluck, Stuart McCluskey, Andrew Steel

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