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Medical Science is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that considers articles on all aspects of the Medical Science, including molecular, cellular, developmental and animal model studies.

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Original article

Effect of advancing age on pulmonary functions in petrol pump workers of Cuttack

Priyadarshini G, Mishra A, Mohanty RR

Environmental pollution is a worldwide phenomenon. Petrol pump workers are exposed to toxic substances present in petrol and diesel and also to various air pollutants. Long term exposure of these chemical vapours leads...........Continue reading

Original article

Determination of Gender by the Anthropometric Measurement of Human Mandible Using Ramus...

Vinay G, Mangala Gowri S.R

Determination of gender of an individual from human skeletal remains is the first and arguably the most important step encountered by both forensic experts and archaeologists. Assessment by metrical methods ...........Continue reading

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   Retrospective analysis of extrapulmonary tuberculosis: a cross sectional study ...

Tiwari M, Maharjan S, Ranabhat S

Extrapulmonary tuberculosis (EPTB) is an important clinical problem which can cause various complications and lifelong disabilities. Various sites of the body can be affected by EPTB. The aim of this study was...........Continue reading

Letter to Editor

Clear cell sarcoma of ovary -an exceedingly unusual neoplasm

Gupta N, Bharti A

Clear Cell Sarcomas are uncommon neoplasm of childhood seen mostly in kidneys. Most of these tumors are aggressive with an unfavorable histology. These Tumors are mostly seen in kidneys where they have a ...........Continue reading

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Heat acclimation alters the sleep and behavior based thermoregulatory dynamics of rats in heat stress

Roy B, Banerjee I, Banerjee I, Sathian B, Baboo NS

It is well understood that the high environmental heat significantly affects the brain physiology of mammals, particularly the sleep and behavior of the subjects. The objective of the present work is to quantify...........Continue reading

Review article

Simple sample size calculator for medical research: a necessary tool for the researchers

Sathian B, Sreedharan J, Banerjee I, Roy B

It is mandatory to calculate sample size in any type of research in Medical Science to get a generalised conclusion for the population under study. If the study is well designed with a desired sample...........Continue reading

Case report

Severe condition of Scrub Typhus Meningo-encephalitis in a child: a case report ...

Malik R, Shobha Sharma S, Gupta R, Sehgal R

Intracellular parasites are the causative organism of Rickettsial diseases which are pathophysiologically associated with vascular endothelium and reticuloendothelial cells. Scrub typhus is...........Continue reading

Original article

Impact of gender, nationality and drawbacks in medical profession as a predictor of future career

Roy B, Banerjee I, Banerjee I, Sathian B, Baboo NS

Diverse factors play a crucial role on the Career Preferences among medical students. Hospital-based clinical specialties are always preferred. Nepal had very scanty data on this topic. So this study was designed to examine...........Continue reading

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Application of Binary Regression analysis in the prescription pattern of Antidepressants

Banerjee I, Banerjee I, Roy B, Sathian B

It is estimated that unipolar major depression would be the second most leading cause of infirmity after ischemic heart disease in the world by 2020 as compared to the year 1990 it was the fourth leading cause of disability ...........Continue reading

Original article

A retrospective analysis of mature cystic teratomas of the ovary: a cross sectional study ....

Maharjan S, Tiwari M, Ranabhat S

Mature cystic teratoma of the ovary is commonly known as the dermoid cyst which contains developmentally mature skin-related structures with hair follicles and sweat glands. It is originated from ...........Continue reading

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Comparative Study of the Immediate Effects of Deep Breathing Exercise Coupled with Breath .....

Bindu. C.B, Dharwadkar AA, Dharwadkar AR

There are many studies on the immediate effects of deep breathing and breath holding separately, but no studies reported on the immediate effects of deep breathing coupled with breath holding on the Respiratory rate ...........Continue reading

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Sexual Maturation Pattern in Adolescent School Girls of Rural India: A Cross Sectional Study ....

Akre CV, Sukhsohale ND, Kubde SS, Chaudhary SM, Khamgaonkar MB

Puberty is transformation of the child into an adult. It includes all the events of somatic and mental maturation. Secondary sex characters were also a part of this period. The objective was to assess the pattern of ...........Continue reading

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Organophosphate pesticides exposure bring out neurological symptoms in the children .....

Sukhsohale ND, Sawant PR, Thakre SS, Khamgaonkar MB, Agrawal SB

In rural areas of developing countries, children of agricultural workers have a high potential for exposure to organophosphorus (OP) pesticides. This puts them at an increased risk of damage to neurobehavioural ...........Continue reading

Original article

    Power Spectral Analysis of Heart Rate Variability in Hypertension: A Cross Sectional Study ....

Mangala Gowri S.R, Kumari K

Hypertension is the most common disease. It markedly increases both mortality and morbidity. Hypertension is associated with autonomic dysregulation. Heart rate variability (HRV) is a useful noninvasive, powerful tool...........Continue reading


Sharing my fifteen years experiences in the research field of Atomic Force Microscopy

Guha T

Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) was developed by Binnig and his coworkers in the year 1986. He was awarded Nobel Prize in physics for this work in 1986 in sharing with Rohrer and Ruska............Continue reading

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  Yoga can improve migraine and related stress disorders – a study from Meerut .....

Sarkar S, Mukerjee B, Sethi N, Verma D, Jain V, Bhardwaj A, Aggarwal A, Mishra R

Migraine is a common disabling primary headache disorder mainly affects youth during their most productive age. Despite the need for a perfect treatment of this debilitating condition, the ...........Continue reading

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   Hepatic vein spectral doppler waveform in patients with fatty liver changes .....

Shrestha MK, Ghartimagar D, Ghosh A, Sathian B

Spectral Doppler waveform interpretation of hepatic vein is of considerable importance as it mirrors cardiac and hepatic physiology. The aim of this study was to evaluate the flow velocity waveform pattern in patients with ...........Continue reading

Case Report

   Multiple Anatomical variations in an upper limb – A case Report

Saran S, Balaji T, Rajendran HSR, Vaithianathan G, Syamly, Yoganandham J

Emergence of various case reports are being a significant key in many circumstances for medical professionals. In this case report, the anomalous variations in a single female cadaver of an upper limb is highlighted. On left side...........Continue reading

Case Report

    A case report of Chondroid Syringoma in the axilla.

Maharjan S, Tiwari M, Ranabhat S

Chondroid syringoma (CS) is a rare mixed tumor of the skin. This asymptomatic tumor usually noticed as a nodular form intracutaneously or subcutaneously in the head and neck region of middle-aged male...........Continue reading

Original article

Psychosocial perspective of first year medical students entered in a ......

Kallingappa PB, Asokan S

The perception of stress is frequently influenced by socio cultural factors; the results of studies on one region cannot be generalized to the other. This study is an attempt to explore the perception of stress ...........Continue reading

Case report

Varied neuro-psychiatric manifestations of Farh’s disease (FD): A report of two cases.

Srivastava M, Sahi A, Mehdi A

Fahr’s syndrome is relatively rare neuropsychiatric disease characterized by bilateral symmetrical basal ganglia intracranial calcification. This disease has varied neuro psychiatric manifestation ranging from...........Continue reading

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