Journal of Advances in Internal Medicine (J Adv Intern Med)
ISSN (Print) 2091-1432
ISSN (Online) 2091-1440
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Volume 02|Number 02|July - December 2013 (supplement)
Volume 02 | Number 02 | Issue 04 | July - December 2013
Original articles Six Minute Walk Test as a Monitoring tool in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease on Pulmonary Rehabilitation
Vignan Kumar Gali Prakash, Sujatha Gogineni, Rajesh Kumar, Mahaboob V Shaik
Liver Involvement Associated with Dengue Infection During A Major Outbreak in Central Nepal
Arun Sedhain, Gandhi R Bhattarai, Shital Adhikari, Barun Shrestha, Abja Sapkota
Model for End-stage Liver Disease (MELD) in spontaneous bacterial peritonitis –a clinical study at a tertiary health center in Nepal
Pathak Rahul, Niraula Kiran, Prem Krishna Khadga, Kumar Vikram Singh, Ishwar Sharma
Prevalence of Helicobacter pylori infection, its correlation with gastroduodenal diseases and the incidence of gastric cancer in Nepal
Umid Kumar Shrestha, Arnab Ghosh, Vijay M Alurkar, Suresh C Kohli, Subash Sapkota
Study of lipoprotein (a) in patients of acute coronary syndrome and effect of low dose nicotinic acid on its serum level
Rajib Rajbhandari, Roshan Raut, Sujeeb Rajbhandari, Rabi Malla, Arun Maskey, Man Bahadur KC, Yubraj Limbu, Yadab Bhatta, Deewakar Sharma, Ranjit Sharma, Sajan Baidhya, Chandra Mani Adhikari, Dipankar Prajapati
Medical Image Femoral artery pseudoaneurysm, an avoidable complication of femoral catheterization for hemodialysis
Mahesh Raj Sigdel
Case Reports Successful treatment of Acute Fulminant Liver Failure due to Hepatitis B virus with Entecavir in patients with contra-indications to liver transplant
Mukul Bhattarai, Pardeep Bansal, Michael Komar, Robert E Smith, Hitekshya Nepal
Coronary stenting using a 6 French diagnostic catheter: A case report
Laxman Dubey, Sogunuru Guruprasad, Gangapatnam Subramanyama
Falsely Elevated Acetaminophen Levels in the Setting of Hyperbilirubinemia
Parth J Parekh, Thomas J Manser
An atypical hydronephrosis revealing urinary tract involvement in antiphospholipid syndrome
Claire de Moreuil, Anne-Marie Piette, Jean-Marie Hervé, Philippe Camparo, Anne-Catherine Baglin, Olivier Blétry, Jean-Emmanuel Kahn
Miscellaneous Item Retraction: Rajbhandari S, et al. Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy for Heart Failure. Journal of Advances in Internal Medicine 2012;01(02):65-8
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