Following are Research Articles associated with keyword Phenol
Nasir Khan, Muzaffar Ali Nasir Malik Injection Sclerotherapy versus Electrocoagulation in the management outcome of early hemorrhoids. J Pak Med Assoc Dec 2006;56(12):579-81.
Muhammad Misbah Rashid, Badar Murtaza, Zafar Iqbal Gondal, Arshad Mehmood, Shahzad Saleem Shah, Muhammad Hanif Abbasi, Muhammad Sarmad Tamimy, Syed Tahawwar Mujtaba Kazmi Injection sclerotherapy for hemorrhoids causing adult respiratory distress syndrome. J Coll Physicians Surg Pak May 2006;16(5):373-5.
Tayyaba Batool, Jamshed Akhtar, Soofia Ahmed Management of idiopathic rectal prolapse in children. J Coll Physicians Surg Pak Oct 2005;15(10):628-30.
Kifayat Khan, Ayub Khan, Mohammad Younas Khan, Samira Khan, Inayatur Rahman, Javed Iqbal, Afzal Khattak Injection sclerotherapy in the treatment of rectal prolapse in children. Med Channel Jan - Mar 2005;11(1):49-50.
Faisal Hanif, Shoukat M Mirza, Abrar Ashraf Ali, Abdul Majeed Chaudhry Role of Sclerotherapy as Primary Treatment of Hydrocele. J Coll Physicians Surg Pak Oct 2001;11(10):611-3.
Mohammad Arif, Afzal Junejo Injection Sclerotherapy Using 5% Phenol in Almond Oil in the Treatment of Partial Rectal Prolapse in Children. J Surg Pak Sep 2001;6(3):29-30.
S M Saleem, G R Arbab, A Qauyyum, Azim Asif Goraya, Jamil Ahmed Results of injection sclerotherapy in 1st and 2nd degree haemorrhoids. Pak J Med Res Jan - Mar 2001;40(1):27-8.
M Ahmed, M Ahmed, K Rafiq, Y Mohammed, S Akhtar Management of Giant Cell Tumor with Curettage and Bone Cementation. Ann King Edward Med Uni Oct - Dec 2000;6-4:372-3.
Ishtiaq Ahmed, Sayed Athar Hussain Kazmi Phenol Toxicity. J Coll Physicians Surg Pak Sep 2000;10(9):344-5.
Mohammad Latif Aftab A comparative analysis of Infrared Coagulation and Injection Sclerotherapy as non operative treatment for the management of Hemorrhoids. Biomedica Jul - Dec 1997;13(2):70-2.
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