Dr. Smitha S. Dutt's Profile
Dr. Smitha Dutt received a PhD in Cellular and Molecular Biology from the State University of New York, Buffalo, USA with a specialization in Oncology. She completed her post-doctoral training from University of California, Davis, USA. She is active contributor to the site as a freelance writer on a view more..
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Seckel syndrome is a rare genetic disorder characterized by an abnormally small head, birdlike facial features, mental retardation, and blood malignancies.
Neutropenic sepsis is a potentially life-threatening condition when a patient with low neutrophil counts develops an infection that spirals out of control if not treated urgently and is usually seen in cancer patients on chemotherapy.
Necrotizing fasciitis is a rare life-threatening bacterial infection of the tissue below the skin following relatively minor cuts or bruises and can be rapidly fatal unless diagnosed and treated promptly.
Lymphedema is commonly caused by the removal of or damage to the lymph nodes as a part of cancer treatment. The swelling occurs in one of the arms or legs.
Nasal fracture is a break in the bones and/or the cartilages of the nose. They may be accompanied by displacement of the broken part.