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The Southeast Asian Journal of Case Report and Review
Periodical of National Institute of Continuing Professional Development
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ISSN: 2319 – 1090 (Online)
Language: [ English ]  

  » Volume 5, Issue 1
      pp. 2145-2181

 SEAJCRR. Year: 2016, Volume: 5, Issue: 1

    Original Article

  1. Complications of ERCP (Cholangiopancreatography) in 40 patients underwent ERCP for various diagnostic and therapeutic indications- A prospective study
    Dr.Samir M Shah, Dr.Chirag K Patel, Dr.Gaurang M Panchal, Dr.Vikram B Gohil, Dr.Sandip M Parmar
    SEAJCRR. 2016; 5(1): 2145-2150
    » Abstract » PDF Fulltext

  2. Case Report

  3. Isolated Orbital Metastasis in Occult Rectal Adenocarcinoma - A Case Report
    Harjot Kaur Bajwa, Rohith Singareddy, V Sudhakar Kumar
    SEAJCRR. 2016; 5(1): 2151-2156
    » Abstract » PDF Fulltext

  4. Plasmablastic Lymphoma- Rare tumour in an Uncommon Site: A Case report
    Vishnu Senthil, Sandeep Vijayan, Monappa Naik A, Sharath Rao K
    SEAJCRR. 2016; 5(1): 2157-2164
    » Abstract » PDF Fulltext

  5. Parachordoma: Unusual entity at an unusual site
    Dr.Neelam SOOD, Dr.Kumar Sharad SINHA
    SEAJCRR. 2016; 5(1): 2165-2173
    » Abstract » PDF Fulltext

  6. Traumatic Renal Artery Thrombosis in a Child – A case Report
    Charu Tiwari, Hemanshi Shah, Vikrant Kumbhar, Gursev Sandlas
    SEAJCRR. 2016; 5(1): 2174-2181
    » Abstract » PDF Fulltext





 




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