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Volume 36, Number 4

April 2007

One Size Does Not Fit All: Observations on the “Phenomenon of Two-thirds” in Clinical Psychopharmacology

In clinical medicine the diagnosis is often established according to a known aetiology or an elucidated patho-physiology. A recent trend in management is to...

Extracranial Non-vestibular Head and Neck Schwannomas: A Ten-year Experience

Schwannomas, also known as neurilemmomas, neuromas, or neurinomas, are uncommon nerve sheath neoplasms that may originate from any peripheral, cranial or autonomic nerve of...

Incidence of Cancer in Nodular Goitres

The incidence of malignancy in multinodular goitres have been found to vary from 4% to 17%.1 The incidence of malignancy in solitary nodules is...

Timing of Hospital Presentation After Acute Cerebral Infarction and Patients’ Acceptance of Intravenous Thrombolysi

Intravenous thrombolysis in acute cerebral infarction has been proven to be efficacious in improving functional outcome if given within 3 hours from stroke onset.1...

Detection of Internal Carotid Artery Stenosis with Duplex Velocity Criteria Using Receiver Operating Characteristic Analysis

Carotid stenosis is a clear marker of increased stroke risk and is an important parameter in clinical risk stratification. Grading carotid stenosis has a...