JCMC | Volume 3 | Number 2 | Issue 4 | Apr-Jun 2013
Editorial Board
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Editorial Board
JCMC
Message from Editorial Desk
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Message from Editorial Desk
Prof Dr Harish Chandra Neupane
Review Articles
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DRUG INTERACTIONS WITH COMPLEMENTARY AND ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES AND DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS
S Basnet, P Adhikary and B Aryal
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GESTATIONAL TROPHOBLASTIC DISEASE
JP Deep, LB Sedhai, J Napit and J Pariyar
Original Articles
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ANTENATAL CARE PRACTICES IN HILLY AREA OF EASTERN REGION OF NEPAL
RB Sah, K Gaurav, DD Baral, N Jha and PK Pokharel
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CAUSATIVE AGENTS AND SUSCEPTIBILITY OF ANTIMICROBIALS AMONG SUSPECTED FEMALES WITH URINARY TRACT INFECTION IN TERTIARY CARE HOSPITALS OF WESTERN NEPAL
P Thapa, K Parajuli, A Poudel, A Thapa, B Manandhar, D Laudari, HB Malla and R Katiwada
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NEUROCYSTICERCOSIS IN CHILDREN AT GMC, CHARAK HOSPITAL, POKHARA
SP Shrestha, S Dhungana and AK Shrestha
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POST PARTUM CARE PRACTICES AMONG POSTNATAL MOTHERS IN THARU COMMUNITY, KAILALI DISTRICT, NEPAL
G Rana
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ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY OF SELECTED NATURAL MEDICINES USED IN NEPAL
KP Baral and P Basnet
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PATIENT DEMOGRAPHICS AND DRUG PRESCRIPTION PATTERN AMONG HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTS OF POKHARA VALLEY
GM Khan, RK Thapa, A Khakurel, G Shrestha, N Katila, S Bhurte, P Thapa and K Parajuli
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BIOCHEMICAL PROFILE OF CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE (CKD) PATIENTS IN VARIOUS AGE AND GENDER GROUP SUBJECTS VISITING KIST MEDICAL COLLEGE & TEACHING HOSPITAL, KATHMANDU
YP Paudel, S Dahal, T Acharya, AP Joshi, B Shrestha, M Khanal and D Kafle
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A CLINICO-HISTOPATHOLOGICAL STUDY OF ORBITAL AND OCULAR LESIONS; A MULTICENTER STUDY
P Bastola, S Koirala, G Pokhrel, P Ghimire and RK Adhikari
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STUDY OF PSYCHIATRIC MORBIDITY OF PATIENTS ATTENDING FREE MENTAL HEALTH CHECK UP CAMP, SIMARA, BARA DISTRICT OF NEPAL
CP Sedain
Case Reports
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A CASE REPORT ON SHEEHAN’S SYNDROME
S Pokharel, A Shrestha, SC Jha, D Maskey, B Shrestha, P Poudel, B Shrestha and BM Dhital
Call for Articles
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