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Volume 5 | Issue 3 | July-September 2012

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July-September 2012 | Vol 5 | Issue 3 | Pages 1-2
ELSI: Increasing complexities for researchers, patients and research volunteers
It is said that the modern advancements in medical science have created many ethical issues which the social scientists need to solve. Ethical, legal and social issues (ELSI) of genetics research and their applications in genetic practice have become a major area of work all over the world. Issues like...

Shubha R Phadke
July-September 2012 | Vol 5 | Issue 3 | Pages 3-6
Sonographic Diagnosis of Fetal Suprarenal Masses: A Report of Two Cases
Prenatal ultrasonography helps in detection of rare fetal lesions like suprarenal masses, with its varied differential diagnoses like neuroblastoma, adrenal hemor rhage , and extralobar pulmonary sequestration. These lesions should be carefully followed during the antenatal period and may ...

Rajeshwari G Bhat , Vijay Kumar , Ranjini Kudva , Parvati V Bhat
July-September 2012 | Vol 5 | Issue 3 | Pages 7-15
Retinitis Pigmentosa: Light at the end of the tunnel
Retinitis pigmentosa (RP) refers to a heterogeneous group of inherited ocular diseases that result in progressive retinal degeneration affecting 1 in 3,000 to 5,000 people. It is characterized by progressive peripheral vision loss and night vision difficulties. RP is a misnomer, as the word retinitis implies an...

Sheetal Sharda
July-September 2012 | Vol 5 | Issue 3 | Pages 16-20
Genome Paths: A Way to Personalized and Predictive Medicine
Impressive progress in the field of comparative and functional genomics has taken place in the 21 century, and it has provided new dimensions to personalized and predictive medicine. The basic mandates of predictive medicine are that no two individuals are the same and these differences can..

Dr Suraksha Agrawal
July-September 2012 | Vol 5 | Issue 3 | Pages 22
Too much of next generation sequencing…!
As geneticists are learning newer ways to read in between the lines of the genetic code, patients and their families are finding it further more difficult to understand what is being said about them. A recent issue of Genetics in Medicine recounts experiences from the pilot eMERGE1 and ClinSeq2 projects. Most...

Parag M Tamhankar