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Cerebral Malaria

  Cerebral Malaria The mechanisms of neural injury in cerebral malaria are poorly understood. despite the fact that the pathogenesis of cerebral malaria is also incompletely understood, an insight into it could provide results in the mechanisms of brain damage. Similarly, descriptions of the prognostic factors for neuro-cognitive sequelae and post-mortem research have provided some knowledge. three observations however increase questions; 1) how does in large part intravascular parasites cause a lot of neuronal disorder? 2) regardless of the massive number of parasites within the brain of maximum sufferers, why is coma so rapidly reversible with treatment and with little or no demonstrable tissue necrosis? 3) no matter similar presentation, why do some children have a negative neurological outcome at the same time as others improve with rarely any deficits? an essential hassle in evaluation of cerebral malaria pathogenesis is the relative paucity of imperative apprehensive gadget pa


  Plasmodiu m Plasmodium malaria is a malaria parasite that causes a disorder that has been identified since the greek and roman civilizations over 2,000 years ago. quartan, tertian, and semitertian styles of fever in patients had been defined through the early greeks. after the discovery by using Alphonse laveran in 1880  that the causative agent for malaria was a parasite, certain research on these organisms began. the early distinct paintings of Golgi in 1886 verified that during some sufferers there was a courting among the 72-hour lifestyles cycle of improvement of the parasites and a similar periodicity of the paroxysm (relax and fever pattern in the patient), whereas in different patients there were 48-hour cycles of development. he came to the realization that there needs to be a couple of species of malaria parasite accountable for those specific patterns of cyclical infection. In the end, the distinctive parasites were separated and given the names that they create at the pre

Malaria,Treatment of malaria,Symptoms of Malaria

  Malaria Definition of malaria? Malaria is a critical and every so often deadly disease resulting from a parasite that normally infects a certain sort of mosquito which feeds on people. people who get malaria are generally very sick with high fevers, shaking chills, and flu-like contamination. 4 kinds of malaria parasites infect humans: Plasmodium falciparum, p. vivax, p. ovale, and p. malariae. similarly, p. knowlesi, a sort of malaria that obviously infects macaques in southeast asia, also infects human beings, causing malaria this is transmitted from animal to human (“zoonotic” malaria). p. falciparum is the type of malaria this is most possibly to result in extreme infections and if now not right away treated, may also cause death. despite the fact that malaria can be a plague, infection, and demise from malaria can normally be avoided. about 2,000 instances of malaria are identified in u.s.a. each yr. the enormous majority of cases in the united states of America are in travelers

Riceless Chicken Biryani

  Riceless Chicken Biryani A biryani recipe unlike any you've had before. Adding a twist to the normal chicken biryani, Tappa brings to you a healthy version of this authentic North Indian dish by replacing rice with vermicelli alongside spices like Malabar peppercorns, cardamoms, cloves and red chilli powder. All of this comes together to cook a delicious meal of biryani which will keep you posing for more. Required Ingredients 1 tsp Malabar peppercorn 1 Cinnamon stick 6 green cardamom pods 1 stick star anise 2 Cloves 1 tsp fennel seeds 1 cup vermicelli 2 tbsp desi ghee 1/2 tsp shahi jeera 1 Bay leaves 3 green chilli 1/2 cup mint leaves 1/2 cup onion, sliced A pinch of saffron 1 tsp garlic paste 2 tsp salt 300 gms chicken (dark meat) 1 tsp ginger paste 1/4 tsp turmeric powder 1/2 tsp coriander powder 1/2 tsp red chilli powder 1 Roma tomatoes (de-seeded), chopped 2 cups of water Method of preparation 1.At first heat pan adds Malabar peppercorns, cinnamon stick, green cardamom, star

Dum Murgh ki kacchi Biryani

Dum Murgh ki kacchi  Biryani Slow-cooked chicken, rice, curd, saffron, and varied masalas combined together to form a delicious and aromatic biryani. Ingredients 1/2 Kg Basmati rice 1 kg Chicken 2 Onions, chopped 1/2 tsp Saffron 1 cup Milk Juice of 1 lemon Fresh green coriander - chopped 2 green chillies - chopped 1 Tbsp refined oil For the Marinade: 2 tbsp ginger-garlic paste 1 tsp turmeric powder 1 1/2 cup curd 1 tsp red chilli powder to taste Salt Spices for Chicken: 4 cloves Bay leaf 2 green cardamoms 1 black cardamom 1/2 tsp cumin seeds Whole spices for rice: 2 cloves 2 green cardamoms to taste Salt For the Dum: Dough made of atta and water     Method 1.Soak the basmati rice in water for 20 minutes to half an hour so that it boils perfectly.. 2.Marinate the chicken with curd, turmeric, salt, chilly powder and ginger-garlic paste set it aside for an hour. 3.Grind all the spices for the chicken during mortar and increase the marinade. Leave the chicken to marinate for an hour minim