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Current Issue

July-September 2018| Vol 15| Issue 3

Editorial

Editorial

The present issue of Apollo Medicine includes three review articles. Swain et al. have discussed the uncommon problem of extranodal tuberculosis of the head and neck. Lymph nodes are most frequently...


Review Article

Extranodal tuberculosis of the head and neck

Extranodal tuberculosis (TB) of the head-and-neck area is a rare clinical entity and constitutes the less common type of extrapulmonary TB. It often creates challenges among head-and-neck physicians...


Review Article

Nasal myiasis in clinical practice

Nasal myiasis is an opportunistic parasitic infestation of human as well as animals. Infestation of the nasal cavity by dipterous larvae is called nasal myiasis which is commonly seen in developing ...


Review Article

Novel drug - dinutuximab for high-risk neuroblastoma

Neuroblastoma is the most common extracranial tumor in children aged <5 years. Prognosis of high-risk neuroblastoma is not good even after use of aggressive chemotherapy. Newer drug anti-GD2 mon...


Review Article

Management of neglected clubfoot by ilizarov device, without osteotomy: Yemen experience

The medium-term clinical and functional results of treating neglected clubfoot deformities with Ilizarov device are good. In a limited health-care resource country (such as Yemen) and poor financial...


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Apollo Medicine, a publication of Indraprastha Medical Corporation Limited, is a peer-reviewed print + online Quarterly journal.

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