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Current Issue

July-September 2017| Vol 14| Issue 3

Editorial

Editorial

The September issue of Apollo Medicine is the first since its publication was undertaken by the House of Wolters Kluwer. The aims and objectives of the Journal remain the same. We shall continue to ...


Review Article

Stroke chameleons: Uncommon presentations of a common disease

Stroke is one of the major causes of death and morbidity worldwide and carries an important economic impact. The diagnosis is still a clinical one, supported by brain imaging. However, up to 30%...


Review Article

Early detection of hearing loss with connexin 26 gene assessment

Hearing loss is the most prevalent type of sensory impairment in human beings. Hearing loss is a global problem. Genetic alteration accounts for 50% of the congenital deafness. The connexin 26 (...


Original Article

Effect of risk factors on grades of gastroesophageal reflux disease

Background: There are many risk factors associated with degree of development erosive esophagitis and its complications. Aim of the Study: To evaluate the effect of risk factors on sev...


Original Article

Prognostic significance of glycemic control in burn injury patients: A study in Tertiary Care Hospital of Odisha

Background: Thermal injury is associated with anatomic, physiologic, endocrinologic, and immunologic alterations, which require specialized care. Advances in medical care have changed the pri...


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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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