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Prevalence and trends of hepatitis B virus, Hepatitis C virus, Human immunodeficiency virus 1, 2 and syphilis infections among blood donors in a regional transfusion center in Punjab, India: A 3 years study
Sonam Kumari
DOI:10.4103/0253-7184.196887  
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Seroprevalence of syphilis by VDRL test and biological false positive reactions in different patient populations: Is it alarming? Our experience from a tertiary care center in India
Vrushali Vishwas Patwardhan, Sonali Bhattar, Preena Bhalla, Deepti Rawat
DOI:10.4103/0253-7184.194317  
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ORIGINAL ARTICLE
1.  Current Trends in Opportunistic Infections in Children Living with HIV/AIDS (CLHA) in a Tertiary Care Hospital in Northern India
2.  A STUDY OF BEHAVIOURAL AND DISEASE PATTERNS AMONG TRANSGENDERS IN A TERTIARY CARE CENTRE
3.   Number of HIV-infected Cases in Iran true or just an iceberg :size estimation by capture recapture
4.  Determinants of HIV positivity among Injecting Drug Users in Delhi and Punjab
5.  A Clinico- Etiological study of urethritis in men attending STD clinic at a tertiary hospital
6.  Assessment of metabolic syndrome in HIV infected individuals
7.  CORRELATING CD4 COUNT WITH MUCOCUTANEOUS MANIFESTATIONS IN HIV POSITIVE PATIENTS- A PROSPECTIVE STUDY
CASE REPORT
1.  HYPERSEXUALITY, a cause for concern: A case report highlighting the need for Psycho-dermatology liaison


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