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Q. is there any role of sunlight in neonatal jaundice

Teaching Files/ Grand Rounds

A 15 day old boy was referred in April 2016 to rule out congenital toxoplasmosis. His mother’s obstetric history was complicated with loss of the first pregnancy at 8 months due to still birth, loss of the second pregnancy at 5 months due to spontane ...
How to diagnose congenital toxoplasmosis?
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Diagnostic Dilemma

A 4½ years old boy presented with vomiting for 3 days. He has epilepsy since 1½ years of age and has an episode of seizure once in 15 days. He was on carbamazepine and phenytoin for the same. Carbamazepine had been increased to 45 mg/kg/day since past 1 week. There is no jaundice, pain in the abdome ...
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Q. Should antibiotics banned in animal fodder?
  • Yes, it leads to antibiotic drug resistance in humans
  • No, it prevents infections in animals and thus prevents zoonosis in humans
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