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Journal of the Nepal Medical Association, ISSN 0028-2715, 2017, Volume 56, Issue 205, pp. 153 - 157
Introduction: Under-nutrition is a condition in which there is inadequate consumption, poor absorption or excessive loss of nutrients. Nepal still faces high... 
Prevalence | Malnutrition | Baglung | Anthropometry | Nepal | malnutrition | prevalence | MEDICINE, GENERAL & INTERNAL | PUBLIC, ENVIRONMENTAL & OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH | anthropometry | Young Adult | Rural Population | Humans | Malnutrition - epidemiology | Adolescent | Female | Male | Child | Nepal - epidemiology | Schools | anthropometry; Baglung; malnutrition; Nepal; prevalence
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Journal of the Nepal Medical Association, ISSN 0028-2715, 03/2018, Volume 56, Issue 210, pp. 625 - 628
Trekkers going to high altitude can suffer from several ailments both during and after their treks. Gastro-intestinal symptoms including nausea, vomiting, and... 
Duodenal ulcer | Hypoxia | Mountaineering | Trekking | Everest | hypoxia | MEDICINE, GENERAL & INTERNAL | PUBLIC, ENVIRONMENTAL & OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH | trekking | duodenal ulcer | ULCER | mountaineering | NEPAL
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International scholarly research notices, ISSN 2356-7872, 2017, Volume 2017, pp. 1635780 - 5
The main aims of this study were to study the patterns of mutations in rpoB, katG, and inhA genes in strains isolated from patients from Nepal and to evaluate... 
Drug resistance in microorganisms | Genetic aspects | Tuberculosis | Diagnosis | Rifampin | Genes | Drug resistance | Assaying | Patients | Developing countries--LDCs | Polymerase chain reaction | Multidrug resistant organisms | Genotype & phenotype | Sputum | RpoB protein | Smear | Mutation | Isoniazid | Strains (organisms) | Public health | Deoxyribonucleic acid--DNA
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by Boggild, Andrea K and Caumes, Eric and Grobusch, Martin P and Schwartz, Eli and Hynes, Noreen A and Libman, Michael and Connor, Bradley A and Chakrabarti, Sumontra and Parola, Philippe and Keystone, Jay S and Nash, Theodore and Showler, Adrienne J and Schunk, Mirjam and Asgeirsson, Hilmir and Hamer, Davidson H and Kain, Kevin C and von Sonnenburg, Frank and Rothe, Camilla and Jordan, Sabine and Vinnemeier, Christof and Yansouni, Cedric and McCarthy, Anne and Jensenius, Mogens and Goorhuis, Abraham and Coyle, Christina and Mockenhaupt, Frank and Harms-Zwingengerger, Gundel and Leung, Daniel and Benson, Scott and Gautret, Philippe and Javelle, Emilie and Chappuis, Francois and Rapp, Christophe and Ficko, Cecile and van Genderen, Perry and Glans, Hedvig and Beadsworth, Michael and Beeching, Nicholas and Castelli, Francesco and Matteelli, Alberto and Plewes, Katherine and Mirzanejad, Yazdan and Lopez-Velez, Rogelio and Chamorro, Sandra and Waggoner, Jesse and Wu, Henry and Leder, Karin and Torresi, Joseph and Bottieau, Emmanuel and Huits, Ralph and Chen, Lin and Bourque, Daniel and Alpern, Jonathan and Stauffer, William and Cahill, John and Wyler, Ben and Haulman, Jean and Terry, Anne and Licitra, Carmelo and Taylor, Ashley and Perret Perez, Cecilia and Weitzel, Thomas and Gkrania-Klotsas, Effrossyni and Warne, Ben and Schlagenhauf, Patricia and Weber, Rainer and Schade Larsen, Carsten and Wejse, Christian and Barnett, Elizabeth and Hochberg, Natasha and Barkati, Sapha and Vincelette, Jean and Molina, Israel and Malvy, Denis and Duvignaud, Alexandre and Mendelson, Marc and Parker, Salim and Johnston, Victoria and Field, Vanessa and Kuhn, Susan and Piyaphanee, Watcharapong and Silachamroon, Udomsak and Diaz-Menendez, Marta and Kelly, Paul and Blumberg, Lucille and de Frey, Albie and Pandey, Prativa and Amatya, Bhawana and Mavunda, Kunjana and Saio, Mauro and GeoSentinel Surveillance Network
Journal of Travel Medicine, ISSN 1195-1982, 07/2019
Abstract Background Cutaneous leishmaniasis (CL) may be emerging among international travellers and migrants. Limited data exist on mucocutaneous leishmaniasis... 
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