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single SIM feature phone For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | Boston | Published: November 15 2016 11:02 pm The group was able to show that an MRI could detect a pre-fibrotic state of the disease with a clear bright signal as well as progressive myelofibrosis (Source: Thinkstock images) Top News Bone marrow cancer can be identified effectively using Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) according to a new study which may change the way the disease is diagnosed Bone marrow cancer (myelofibrosis) is a slow evolvingcondition hallmarked by increased myeloid cells and in the case of primary myelofibrosis with an excessive number of large bone marrow cells called megakaryocytes The pathology also is characterised by structural abnormality of the bone marrow matrix which at end-stage manifests in excessive deposition of reticulin fibers and cross-linked collagen in the bone marrow suppression of normal blood cell development and bone marrow failure Currently the diagnosis is made through an invasive bone marrow biopsy and histophatology to assess cellularity and reticulin deposition in the marrow Researchers at Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) in the US designed and tested whether a T2-weighted MRI one of the basic pulse sequences in MRI could detect bone marrow fibrosis in an experimental model The group was able to show that an MRI could detect a pre-fibrotic state of the disease with a clear bright signal as well as progressive myelofibrosis The researchers proposed that the abundance of large megakaryocytes contribute to the signal since in T2-weighted MR-images increased water/proton content as in increased cellularity yield high (bright) MR-signal intensity This is the first study to evaluate a T2-weighted MRI in an experimental model of myelofibrosis with examination of potential sources of the MRI signal researchers said “Our study provides proof-of-concept that this non-invasive modality can detect pre-fibrotic stages of the disease” said Katya Ravid professor at BUSM “It is intriguing to speculate that future pre-biopsy MRI of the human pathology might guide in some cases decisions on if and where to biopsy” she said The study was published in the journal Blood Cancer For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: January 28 2015 12:19 am Related News Who is the Common Man in RK Laxman’s cartoons Dhoti clad moustachioed tuft of hair sticking out at the back he marches mournfully through time bespectacled witness of politics governments and other absurdities This Common Man didn’t even have a name Perhaps he was a pensioner who religiously read the papers and then discussed the news at the chai shop every evening Or the local sage consulted for the last say in all matters But Laxman’s beloved character evokes a community life that probably never existed rather like RK Narayan’s Malgudi For where did he come from Laxman sometimes drew caricatures of Tamilians and Bengalis to keep him company But over the decades they fell away leaving the Common Man in a featureless Everywhere What he did have was an illustrious line of ancestors going back centuries and travelling continents In democracies the common man became a powerful idea with the election campaign of US President Andrew Jackson in 1828 “Old Hickory” as Jackson was called was the sturdy man from the New West who defeated the aristocratic dispensation of John Quincy Adams Britain had John Bull the Englishman who weathered wars and elections with the same stoic fortitude In India cartoonists for English papers borrowed John Bull before Laxman came along With Laxman’s Common Man modern democratic ideas found an Indian voice that was firmly of the people and for the people Soon a sea of common men were speaking from the pocket cartoons of Indian dailies Shankar’s version was a turbaned north Indian farmer while Kutty often customised his skinny bemused common man in Malayali or Bengali garb Ahmed drew Chandu the rotund and caustic chowkidar Unlike his British and American kin the Indian common man has continued to defy the template of a national character Comic tragic angry humorous ignorant wise he can be whatever you want him to be — which probably explains his popularity with political parties But in his plurality he is perhaps most Indian For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sambudha Sen | Published: February 9 2012 2:28 am Related News Dickens drew from the mass entertainment of his time Charles Dickensoften thought of as Englands greatest novelistwould have reached the ripe old age of 200 this February If he managed to look down from wherever he ishe would have been proudest not of the prestige that his novels now enjoybut of the indispensabilityin modern mass cultureof a mode of disseminating entertainment that he helped to pioneer Dickenss novels have come down to us as classicsand this often prompts us to think of them as unified wholes: carefully plannedwritten and rewritten until Dickens got the exact novel that he wanted In fact Dickenswhose father spent time in a debtors prisonwas much more concerned with ways of maximising his earnings from the consistent popularity that his writing enjoyed ever since he introduced the incredibly funnylower-class LondonerSam Wellermidway through his first complete bookThe Pickwick Papers One way in which Dickens and his publishers cut through the dominance of lending libraries and the bigthree-decker novels that they circulated was serial publication They released a new novel by Dickensseriallyin 20equal monthly instalments and in this way ensured that a single novel would sustain several rounds of demandfirst for the monthly numbers and then for subsequent reprints of the whole novel The extraordinarily powerful after-life that serialisation enjoyed in subsequent forms of print entertainment and also in the numerous radio and television shows of our times points to the dynamic relationship that Dickenss mode of working has always enjoyed with a whole range of extra-literary forms and media The building blocks of Dickenss own novels did not come from what we recognise as the more literary forms of novel-writing that preceded him They came from radical journalistic satire of William Hone and William Cobbettthe political cartooning of George Cruikshankand the impressions of London in the prints of William Hogarth and in the melodramas that Dickens avidly watched This is why the aristocratic state dignitary or the petty parish official who inhabits a Dickensian novel has none of the psychological complexity that we would associate with a similar character in a novel by Stendhal or Balzac InsteadTite Barnaclechief bureaucrat at the Circumlocution Office struts across the pages of Little Dorrit like a moving political cartoon Rather than bemoaning the absence of inner life in Dickenss characterisationit would be much more useful to consider how he brought the expressive energies of political cartooning to bear on the novel From this point of viewthe pompous Tite Barnacle who wound and wound folds of white cravat around his neckas he wound and wound folds of tape and paper round the neck of the country could be said to follow the political cartoon in attempting to mobilise an angrymocking audience against a bureaucracy adept at blocking every project with a newer version of How Not To Do It. “Millions have pre-booked the JioPhone. 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