Latest Publications

Our faculty’s research is frequently accepted for inclusion in the most prestigious peer-reviewed scientific journals, with over 330 articles published in 2015 alone. Below you will find the most recent publications.

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CONCLUSION: The existing comparative literature on prenatal versus postnatal presentation of PUV is very heterogeneous. The diagnostic and treatment protocols have not been reported in majority of the studies. The outcome variables are also reported inconsistently. Based on the current evidence, prenatal diagnosis of PUV does not appear to improve the long-term outcomes of these patients.
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CONCLUSION: SMART INDIA assesses whether the low-cost Telestroke model is superior to the stroke physician model in achieving acute stroke care delivery. The results of this study can be utilized in national programs for stroke and can be a role model for stroke care delivery in low- and middle-Income countries. (CTRI/2021/11/038196).
This scoping review aimed to evaluate and summarize the recent 10 year pediatric urolithiasis literature with a particular focus on systematic reviews, randomized-controlled trials (RCT) and meta-analysis. The systematic literature search performed on September 1, 2021, restricted to the recent 10 years, focused on pediatric urolithiasis that are RCTs, meta-analysis and systematic reviews. The summarized literature included etiology, diagnostics, medical and surgical management. GRADE criteria...
CONCLUSION: This scoping review summarizes the readiness and experience of neurogenic bladder patients who underwent the urologic transitional process. Overall, understanding the patient, provider, and system factors associated with better readiness and enhancing the patient experience will ensure a better transition process.
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CONCLUSIONS: This is the first study to show that serum cholesterol reduction through dietary interventions significantly lowered serum PSA and estimated PCa risk. Whether cholesterol-lowering diets improve PCa outcomes warrants investigation.