May 1980, Volume 30, Issue 5

Special Communication

THE CONTRIBUTION OF MUSLIM MEDICAL SCIENTISTS DURING THE BRITISH PERIOD IN INDIA (Continued)

Mohammad Ataur Rahim  ( Faculty of Dentistry, P.O Box 5967 Riyad University, Riyad, Saudi Arabia. )

1. Rahman, S.A. and Zaidi, M.A. 1941. Study on the Normal Polynuclear (Arneth) count at Hyderabad Deccan. IJMR; 29:225-230.
2. Rahman, S.A. 1941. Alterations in the Electrocardiography features brought about by Digitalis. IJMR; 29:659-664.
3. Rahman, S.A. and Abhyankar, R.N. 1942. A function of the chemoreceptor machanism as revealed by the action of nicotine. Proc. 18th All India Med. Confr. Hyd. Den. December, 1941.
4. Rashid, Abdul. 1937. Acute inflammation of the Attic, its diagnosis and treatment. IMG; 72:410-412.
5. Ray, P.N., Alam, K.S. and Ghose, B.K. 1938. Chemotherapy in acute surgical infections with prontosil and allied drugs. IMG; 73:649-654.
6. Razzak, A. 1917. Tablet V. Tabloid. IMG; 52: p. 378.
7. Razzak, A. 1917. Use of Quinoidine. IMG; 52; p. 179.
8. Rizvi, K.N.H. 1938. The possibility of a Federal College of Surgeons and Physicians in India. JIMA; 8:26-27.
9. Rizvi, N.H. 1940. Mental Hygiene. JIMA; 10:109-113.
10. Nabi, Gulam. 1945. Papilloma of the bladder in a child three years old. IMG; 80: p. 514.
11. Naquvie, S.Z. 1924. Intravenous iodine in plague. IMG; 59: p. 320.
12. Nasiruddin, M. 1926. Retention of urine due to an imperforate Hymen. IMG; 61: p. 232.
13. Nath, M.C. and Islam, A.H.M.H. 1948. On the oxidation of Acetoacetic Acid in presence of normal and diabetic plasma as well as other Ketolytic compounds. Studies in vitro and in vivo. IMJR; 36:61-72.
14. Faculty of Dentistry. P.O. Box 5967 Riyad University, Riyad, Saudi Arabia. Nawab, S.M. 1944. A case of Abdomino-Thoracic injury, Prolapse of omentum; primary suture of diaphragm and chest wall, recovery. IMG; 79:22-23.
15. Nawab, S.M. 1945. Acute intestinal obstruction due to pelvic adhesion. JIMA; 14:229-230.
16. Nawab, S.M. 1945. Surgical emphysema as a diagnostic sign of gastric or intestinal perforation. IMG; 80:212-213.
17. Nawaz, M.S. 1926. Indications for birth control. IMR; 46:205-225.
18. Nawaz, M.S. 1942. Gastrogenic diarrhoea. Proc. 18th All India Med. Confr. Hyd. Dn. December, 1941.
19. Nizamuddin, S. 1942. Cadmium in the treatment of pulmonary Tuberculosis. JIMA; 11: 265-266.
20. Nizamuddin, S. 1942. The place of Cadmium in the treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis. Proc. 18th All India Med. Confr. Hyd. Dn. December, 1941.
21. Omar, M. Aslam. 1928. A case of osteo-sarcoma following syphilis. IMG; 63: p. 48.
22. Omar, M. Aslam. 1929. Intravenous iodine. IMG; 64: p. 414.
23. Omar, M. Aslam. 1931. Intravenous iodine. IMG; 66: p. 118.
24. Omar, M. Aslam. 1931. A case of chyluria. IMG; 66:117-118.
25. Pandit, C.G., Menon, K.P. and Omar, M. 1931-32. Experiments on protection of monkeys with anti-vaccinial serum against the viruses of Vaccinia and Variola. IJMR; 19:1185-1192.
26. Pasricha, C.L., Abedin, Z. and Paul, B.M. 1941. The sterility and potency of injectable substances. IMG; 76:344-345.
27. Pasricha, C.L., DeMonte, A.J.M. and Mian, A. Samad. 1939. Treatment of cholera. IMG; 74:400-401.
28. Pathan, H.A.H. 1942. Transgrafting operation for trichiasis and Entropion of the upper lid. IMG; 77:204-206.
29. Pirzada, M.A. 1944. Amoebiasis with special reference to common secondary manifestations in the Punjab. IMG; 79:61-65.
30. Quadri, S.A. 1942. Spontaneous faecal fistula in strangulated hernia. Proc. 18th All India Med. Confr. Hyd. Dn. December, 1941.
31. Quddus, M.A. 1946. Treatment of eclampsia with magnesium sulphate. IMG; 81:139-140.
32. Quiyum, M. Abdul. 1929. A case of elephantiasis cured by arrhenol. IMG; 64: p. 450.
33. Quiyum, M. Abdul. 1928. The successful treatment of "vitiligo diffusa" by injections of sodium cacodylate. IMG; 63: p. 582.
34. Quraishi, Zohur Ahmed. 1947. Psychoses. IMR; 56:229-232.
35. Quraishi, Z.A. 1945. Allergic manifestations after sulphathiazole. IMG; 80: p. 402.
36. Qutubuddin, M. 1944. The Culicine mosquitoes of Hyderabad (Dn) City and their bionomics observed during a survey. JIE; 6:129-132.
37. Qutubuddin, M. 1946. A new sp. of Uranotaenia Culcidae: Diptera from Hyderabad (Dn). JIE; 8:117-118.
38. Rabbani, S.M. 1928. An interesting case of Malaria. IMG; 63:450-451.
39. Rahman, S.A., and Abhyankar, R.N. 1932-33. A suitable formula of Ringer\'s Solution for Perfusion work on the Hearts of Indian Frogs. IJMR; 20:369-376.
40. Rahman, A.K.M.M. 1935. A case of calcinosis. IMG; 70: p. 212.
41. Rahman, S.A. 1936. The basal metabolism of young men at Hyderabad (Dec) with a study of their physical characters. IJMR; 24: 173-200.
42. Rahman, S.A. 1938. The seasonal variation in basal metabolism. (Abst). Proc. 25th All India Sci. Congr., Calcutta. Pt. 3 p. 278-279.
43. Rahman, S.A. and Zaidy, M.A. 1938. The normal polynuclear count at Hyderabad (Dn) Abst. Proc. 25th All India Sci. Congr., Calcutta Pt. 3. p. 283.

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