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October-December 2017| Vol 14| Issue 4

Editorial

Editorial

The last issue of the journal for the year 2017 contains two interesting review articles. Renjen and Chaudhari has discussed the neurological benefits of mindfulness meditation. The usefulness of medi...


Review Article

Neurological benefits of mindfulness meditation

Meditation can be defined as a form of mental training that aims to improve an individual's core psychological capacities, such as attentional and emotional self-regulation. Research on the biolog...


Review Article

Recurrent aphthous ulcers — Still a challenging clinical entity

Recurrent aphthous ulcer (RAU) is a clinical condition characterized by painful ulcer with different size affecting the mucosa of the oral cavity. Its etiology and pathogenesis are not clearly known a...


Original Article

Factors influencing outcome in head injury patients with glasgow coma scale <8

Background: Over the years in the emergency department, it has been generally observed that the overall outcome in severe head injury patients is very poor. Hence, a study was conducted in trau...


Original Article

Pediatric humeral fracture fixed by a single retrograde titanium elastic nail

Introduction: Almost all pediatric humerus fractures are well managed with conservative treatment with higher percentage of union rate. However there are certain conditions where surgical inter...


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