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S. C. Das Gupta, J. Samaddar
1913 Economic Journal  
DAS GUPTA Good and Bad Trade: an Enquiry into the Causes of Trade Fluctuations. By R. G. HAWTREY. (Constable and Co. 1913.  ...  Pp. 279.) ] SAMADDAR: ARTHA-NEETI 579 This content downloaded from on Fri, 24 Jun 2016 16:32:21 UTC All use subject to  ... 
doi:10.2307/2221669 fatcat:3smqp6gb6rg5bmi6si7mmfvxi4

Axenfeld-Rieger Syndrome: A Rare Case

Neeti Gupta
2020 Delhi Journal of Ophthalmology  
doi:10.7869/djo.571 fatcat:aqtsgria3je5ffnysandortlmy

Microsporidial Keratoconjunctivitis

Bala Murugan, Parul Chawla Gupta, Surya Prakash Sharma, Neeti Rana, Jagat Ram
2020 Journal of Ophthalmic & Vision Research  
How to cite this article: Balamurugan R, Gupta PC, Sharma SP, Rana N, Ram J. Microsporidial Keratoconjunctivitis.  ... 
doi:10.18502/jovr.v15i2.6746 pmid:32308963 pmcid:PMC7151509 fatcat:yjp4eptwuvgxjbqjbwna5r5sla


Jennifer Yoon, Jun Oishi, Jason Nawyn, Kazue Kobayashi, Neeti Gupta
2004 Proceedings of the 2004 ACM conference on Computer supported cooperative work - CSCW '04  
In this paper we introduce FishPong, an interactive system designed to stimulate informal computer-supported cooperative play (CSCP) in public spaces such as coffeehouses and cafés. FishPong consists of a tabletop tangible user interface (TUI) that allows users to control a fish-themed video game using magnetically tagged coffee cups. FishPong has been designed as an "icebreaker" technology to encourage spontaneous social interaction among coffeehouse patrons. This work serves as an example of
more » ... ow environments might be subtly and unobtrusively augmented in order to facilitate informal human-to-human interaction.
doi:10.1145/1031607.1031669 dblp:conf/cscw/YoonONKG04 fatcat:2pfyglsvsnadxgd34a3x5g2afu

Orofacial Manifestations associated with Anemia

Shreya Gupta, Neeti Swarup, Harita Sairam, Nidhi Sinha, Suresh S Nair
2017 World Journal of Anemia  
Lingual atrophic condition is the loss of ordinary texture and appearance of the dorsal tongue, determined by papillary protrusion, which turns into a soft and smooth aspect. Atrophic glossitis (AG) is a lingual atrophic condition, characterized by loss of fungiform or filiform papilla from the dorsum of tongue. This is generally associated with pain, glossodynia, and burning sensation, glossopyrosis. It is associated with a variety of conditions, local and systemic. Atrophic glossitis is
more » ... ered to be an important indicator for nutritional deficiency anemias. The study aims at a brief review of AG and its relation to nutritional deficiency anemia.
doi:10.5005/jp-journals-10065-0010 fatcat:rfzuw4ykzret3pi3xiomlnbu44


R.V. Singh, Ratan Swaroop, Neeti Gupta
1997 Main Group Metal Chemistry  
Singh, Ratan Swaroop Main Group Metal Chemistry and Neeti Gupta of the azomethine nitrogen to the boron atom.  ...  Singh, Ratan Swaroop Main Group Metal Chemistry and Neeti Gupta indolinedione (L 3 H) were prepared by the condensation of said organic moieties with the semicarbazidehydrochtoride (in presence of sodiumacetate  ... 
doi:10.1515/mgmc.1997.20.6.387 fatcat:cedaxtyynza2tl2f5g33lv36fi

Isolated bilateral limbal dermoid, preauricular skin tags and ametropic amblyopia

Aarzoo Juneja, Athul Suresh Puthalath, Neeti Gupta, Prashant Kumar Verma
2021 BMJ Case Reports  
doi:10.1136/bcr-2021-245078 pmid:34413049 pmcid:PMC8378356 fatcat:pbydlng6ofhvfjznvw57lkwv3e

Review on Cloud Computing: Issues, Services and Models

Neeti Thakur, Dhananjay Bisen, Vikas Rohit, Neelesh Gupta
2014 International Journal of Computer Applications  
Cloud computing is Internet-based technology. It provides ondemand resources, software and information sharing by internet to users and devices. Cloud computing is the product of traditional network technology like grid computing, distributed computing and parallel computing. It is growing every day due to its basic services such as virtual pool of resources and its services, which are provided to the users through Internet. This paper is providing the basic description of cloud models and
more » ... ce of cloud computing. Paper also represents the cloud computing issues and its basic comparison with mobile and grid computing.
doi:10.5120/15912-5120 fatcat:c36rkn7f4jcdbd577k2z3agptq

Congenital aniridia with ectopia lentis and unilateral buphthalmos: an unusual presentation

Athul Suresh Puthalath, Neeti Gupta, Ramanuj Samanta, Prashant Kumar Verma
2021 BMJ Case Reports  
doi:10.1136/bcr-2021-244000 pmid:34404663 pmcid:PMC8372797 fatcat:deix23cdlfhvjmgxyy2czy6yoe

Eye donation awareness among medical and paramedical staff in a medical institute

Sudesh Kumar Arya, Neeti Gupta, Archana Malik
2014 Nepalese Journal of Ophthalmology  
which 114 (79.2%) were medical students and 38(77.6%) were nursing students, compared to another study where 99.4% of the medical students (Singh MM et al, 2007) and 96.8% of the nursing students (Gupta  ...  time of donation is within 6 hours of death as compared to the study among medical students (Singh MM et al, 2007) where 50% knew the ideal time of eye donation and 32.8% of the nursing students (Gupta  ...  This number is very lowcompared to similar studies, where 94.4% of the medical students of Delhi (Singh MM et al,2007) and 85.1% of the nursing students of Banglore (Gupta A et al 2009) were willing  ... 
doi:10.3126/nepjoph.v6i2.11700 pmid:25680248 fatcat:bavmucllibg2fjwaq52m25dl3u

Clomiphene based ovarian stimulation in a commercial donor program

Shruti Gupta, Ruma Satwik, Abha Majumdar, Shweta Mittal, Neeti Tiwari
2015 Journal of Human Reproductive Sciences  
for prolonged durations, leading to increased costs and adverse effect on oocyte quality. [1] Antagonist protocol, when used with GnRH agonist trigger, does reduce the risk of moderate to severe OHSS. The use of clomiphene seems another attractive alternative for donors as it may reduce the dose of stimulation and at the same time eliminate the need for the antagonist. Clomiphene based ovarian stimulation in a commercial donor program ABSTRACT OBJECTIVE: This study was conducted to compare an
more » ... tended clomiphene-based ovarian stimulation regimen with the conventional antagonist protocol in donor-recipient cycles. MATERIALS AND METHODS: A total of 170 (N) donors were stimulated between January 2013 and December 2013. Conventional antagonist protocol (group I) was employed in (n1 = 31) cycles, and clomiphene was used in (n2 = 139) donor cycles (group II). 50 mg clomiphene was given simultaneously with gonadotropins from day 2 of the cycle until the day of trigger. The analysis was performed retrospectively for oocytes retrieved, fertilization rates, cycle cancelation, blastocyst formation, and pregnancy rates. The dosages, cost, and terminal E2 (estradiol) were also compared between the two groups. RESULTS: The donor age groups were comparable in both the groups. There were no unsuccessful egg retrievals with clomiphene. The pregnancy rate (positive beta human chorionic gonadotropin) was significantly higher in the clomiphene group (odds ratio: 2.453; P = 0.02). Similarly, fertilization rate was significantly higher in the clomiphene group (59.5/50.5, P = 0.04). Eggs retrieved were similar in both groups, but the terminal E2 was significantly higher in the clomiphene group (P = 0.001). Average gonadotropin used was also significantly lower in clomiphene group (P < 0.001). CONCLUSION: Clomiphene can effectively prevent luteinizing hormone surge and limit the dose of gonadotropins thus bringing down the costs and its negative impact on the endometrium and oocyte quality.
doi:10.4103/0974-1208.165151 pmid:26538856 pmcid:PMC4601172 fatcat:gwwumswcvnggrdqzypx6x25fgy

Scanning Objects in the Wild: Assessing an Object Triggered Information System [chapter]

A. J. Bernheim Brush, Tammara Combs Turner, Marc A. Smith, Neeti Gupta
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We describe the results of a field deployment of the AURA system which links online content to physical objects through machine readable tags. AURA runs on commercially available pocket computers using integrated barcode scanners, wireless networks, and web services. We conducted a real world deployment with twenty participants over five weeks. The results from our field study illustrate the importance of moving beyond demonstrations and testing system design assumptions in the real world, as
more » ... r field study highlighted several places that our seemingly reasonable design assumption did not match with real usage. Our experience deploying AURA highlighted several key features for mobile object triggered information systems including handling groups of items and a robust offline experience.
doi:10.1007/11551201_18 fatcat:s46lfombkfbufmfun6icvvsyzm

Traumatic optic neuropathy in head injury

Renu Dhasmana, Ophthalmology, Nishtha Yadav, Neeti Gupta, Ranjit Kumar, Ophthalmology, Ophthalmology, Neuro Surgery
2019 IP International Journal of Ocular Oncology and Oculoplasty  
Head injury accounts for approximately 3.4% of all emergency presentations. The role of ocular injuries secondary to head trauma in the causation of blindness continues to be an immense public health problem. This study is aimed to estimate the incidence of traumatic optic neuropathy, to obtain demographic data and to document concurrent injuries in cases of head injury. Materials and Methods: A total of 510 patients presenting with head injury were examined for all the ocular injuries.
more » ... of head injury which was graded according to Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS). Computed tomography (CT) scan of head was done in all the patients. Visually evoked potential (VEP) was done in patients who had relative afferent pupillary defect (RAPD) and defective color vision. Diagnosis of traumatic optic neuropathy was confirmed on the basis of VEP. Results: Majority of the people affected were males (77.5%). Patients between 16-45 years were affected most. The most frequent site of injury was roadside (72.55%). Ophthalmic involvement was observed in 313 individuals (61.4%). Abnormal uni-ocular color vision was found in 21(4.11%) patients. RAPD was found in 24 (4.70%) patients. VEP was abnormal in 10 (1.96%) patients, of all the cases of head injury. Conclusion: There was a 1.96% incidence of traumatic optic neuropathy in patients of head injury. Among all the ocular findings, eyelid ecchymosis with edema was most common. Intracranial hemorrhage was the most common CT scan finding in head injury patients. Chances of ophthalmic manifestations are much more when there is intracranial bleeding and facial fractures.
doi:10.18231/j.ijooo.2019.019 fatcat:k6c7oekkavfwpjbodfdadppohe

Cranial nerve involvement in mucormycosis in post-COVID patients: a case series

Neeti Gupta, Saurabh Dembla
2022 The Egyptian Journal of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine  
Background One of the largest outbreaks of rhinosinocerebral mucormycosis (RSCM) occurred in India close to the second wave of the SARS-CoV-2 infection. RSCM is a rare infection caused by several fungal species occurring in immunocompromised subjects. Mucor shows a high propensity to invade the central nervous system. There have been limited studies, mostly isolated case reports, on the neurological manifestations of RSCM. The outbreak of mucormycosis infection was thus the most opportune to
more » ... dy the neurological manifestations and cranial nerve involvement in mucormycosis in greater depths. Aim of the study The purpose of the study was to investigate and review the involvement of cranial nerves in a series of cases of rhinosinocerebral mucormycosis associated with the novel coronavirus disease caused by SARS-CoV-2. Results It was a retrospective cross-sectional study of seven patients who were undergoing treatment of RSCM with a recent history of coronavirus disease caused by SARS-CoV-2 infection within the last 3 months. Patients with cranial nerve involvement were identified by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) at a single institution. Demographic details of the patients, clinical presentation, imaging, microbiological and pathological findings were recorded. All subjects had two or more cranial nerves affected by fungal infection. The most commonly involved cranial nerve was found to be the optic nerve followed by the trigeminal nerve and its branches. We document three cases with extensive involvement of the inferior alveolar branch of the mandibular division of the trigeminal nerve (V3), a previously unreported finding. In one case, in addition to the second and fifth cranial nerves, the third, fourth, sixth, seventh, eighth, and twelfth cranial nerves were involved without any sensory or motor long tract involvement, suggestive of Garcin syndrome secondary to intracranial abscesses and skull base osteomyelitis due to invasive fungal infection. This case is of rare occurrence in the literature, and [...]
doi:10.1186/s43055-022-00700-8 doaj:62272e162b4c43d3b4e63ee540fff5f0 fatcat:wu3mhs33szehhgeprgymssq2tu

Community and social interaction in the wireless city: wi-fi use in public and semi-public spaces

Keith N. Hampton, Neeti Gupta
2008 New Media & Society  
by Mohammad Ghasemi on November 15, 2008 Downloaded from Hampton & Gupta : Wi-fi use in public and semi-public spaces NewMedia & Society 10(6)  ... 
doi:10.1177/1461444808096247 fatcat:xuxwmbj2rzgongzwtjnxldllhy
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