Science

An innovative surgical technique during total abdominal hysterectomy (TAH) or total laparoscopic hysterectomy (TLH) to prevent post hysterectomy vault prolapse (PHVP)

Post hysterectomy vault prolapse (PHVP) could happen in 0.2 to 43%. More recently, PHVP has been reported in 11.6% of hysterectomies performed for prolapse and 1.8% for other benign...

Read More

Future of the Mankind

This page contains the possible future changes and developments in different aspects of the Mankind. These might appear to be stretching our imagination beyond its limits! Past is past,...

Read More

Hypothesis: Early confirmation of intrauterine pregnancy – Is colour Doppler useful?

Intrauterine pregnancy is usually diagnosed by a positive pregnancy test and demonstration of a gestational sac in the uterus. Though serum beta-hCG is detectable from 23rd day of gestation...

Read More

An alternative surgical treatment to hysterectomy for heavy periods with or without fibroids

Hysterectomy has been the mainstay of treatment for heavy periods with or without fibroids for years. Since the advent of conservative medical and surgical treatment options it has become...

Read More

The direction of movement of an object moving on the Earth’s or a sphere’s surface

The Earth is an oblate spheroid rather than a perfect sphere due to the equatorial bulge because of Earth’s rotation around its axis. The Earth's terrain varies greatly but on a global...

Read More

Capturing the ‘Picture of the Big Bang’!

"Astronomers said on Thursday they had discovered a galaxy that formed just 400 million years after the Big Bang explosion, the most distant galaxy found to date. Located a record 13.4...

Read More

The potential impact of the reversal of ‘one child policy’ in China

On the 29th October 2015, after 36 years since the implementation of ‘one child policy’, China has declared that the policy would be reversed for its citizens. Couples would be allowed...

Read More

Hypothesis: “Dry intrauterine ‘swimming pool’ for the sperm” – a potential new mechanism of action of levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine system as a contraceptive”

The levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine system (LNG-IUS) has gained popularity as a contraceptive and for its non-contraceptive uses since it became available in Europe in 1990 and the...

Read More

Science, Religion, Mythology and Society – Relations and Connections

  Panchabhuta (Five Elements) in Hinduism and Science (23.10.2014.) According to Hinduism, life and the various species originated by the combination of planetary globes and...

Read More

Human Cloning and Individuality – themedideas

 Human cloning might become practically feasible sometime in the distant future. It is no longer a thrilling wisdom of science fiction. The technique is available. The question is...

Read More

Page 1 of 212
error: Content is protected !!