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Publication of Dr. Suma T.K

Dr. Suma T.K.
Professor of Medicine Govt. T D Medical College
Alappuzha



INTERNATIONAL

Shenoy, R.K., Suma, T.K., Kumaraswami, V., N, Rahma., S, Padma, G. Dhananjayan (2009) Antifilarial drugs, in the doses employed in mass drug administrations by the Global Programme to Eliminate Lymphatic Filariasis, reverse lymphatic pathology in children with Brugia malayi infection. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology. 103: 235–247.



Shenoy, R.K., Rahma Noordin., Suma, T.K., Kumaraswami, V., Padma Santhappan, Abhilash G, Ramesh C (2009). Relevance of anti-BmR1 IgG4 antibodies in children from an area endemic for Brugia malayi infection. Journal of Communicable Diseases. 41 (2): 63-70.



Shenoy, R.K., Suma, T.K., Kumaraswami, V., Rahma Noordin., Padma Santhappan, Abhilash G, Ramesh C (2008). Lymphoscintigraphic evidence of lymphatic dilation in the limbs of children with Brugia malayi infection. Journal of Communicable Diseases. 40: 2, 91-100.



Shenoy, R.K., Suma, T.K., Kumaraswami, V., Rahma Noordin., Padma Santhappan, Abhilash G, Ramesh C (2007). Ultrasonographic findings in children with Brugia malayi infection, in an endemic area. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology. 101: 173–180.

 

Shenoy, R.K., Suma, T.K., Kumaraswami, V., Rahma Noordin., Dhananjayan., Padma Santhappan. (2007) Preliminary findings of a cross sectional study of children to define the clinical and pathological changes caused by Brugia malayi infection, in an endemic area. Annals of Tropical Medicine & Parasitology, 101 : 205–213.

 

Shenoy, R.K., Suma, T.K., Kumaraswami, V., Rahma Noordin., Dhananjayan., Padma Santhappan. (2007) Preliminary findings of a cross sectional study of children to define the clinical and pathological changes caused by Brugia malayi infection, in an endemic area. Annals of Tropical Medicine & Parasitology, 101 : 205–213.

 

Suma T.K., Shenoy R.K. and Kumaraswami V. (2003). A qualitative study of perceptions, practices and socio-psychological suffering related to chronic brugian filariasis in Kerala, South India. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology ,97: 839-845.

 

Shenoy, R.K., Suma, T.K., John, A., Arun, S.R., and Kumaraswami, V., Fleckenstein, L. L & Na-Bangchang, K. (2002). The pharmacokinetics, safety and tolerability of co-administration of diethylcarbamazine and albendazole. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology. 96: 603-614.

 

Suma, T.K., Shenoy, R.K. and Kumaraswami. V.(2002). Efficacy and sustainability of foot-care programme in preventing acute attacks of adenolymphangitis (ADL) in brugian filariasis. Tropical Medicine & International health.7: 763-766.

 

Shenoy, R.K., John, A., Babu, B.S., Suma, T. K. & Kumaraswami, V. (2000). Two year follow up of the microfilaraemia of asymptomatic brugian filariasis after treatment with two annual single doses of ivermectin, diethylcarbamazine and albendazole in various combinations. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology. 94; 607-614.

 

Shenoy, R.K., John, A., Hameed, S., Suma, T. K. & Kumaraswami, V. (2000). Apparent failure of ultrasonography to detect adult worms of Brugia malayi. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology. 94; 77-82.

 

Shenoy, R.K., Dalia, S., John, A., Suma, T. K. & Kumaraswami, V. (1999). Treatment of microfilaraemia of asymptomatic Brugian filariasis with single dose of ivermectin, diethylcarbamazine or albendazole in various combinations . Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology. 93; 643-651.

 

Shenoy, R.K., Kumaraswami, V., Suma, T. K., Rajan, K. and Radhakuttyamma. G. (1999). A double blind placebo controlled study of the efficacy of oral penicillin, diethylcarbamazine or local treatment of the affected limb in preventing acute adenolymphangitis in lymphoedema caused by brugian filariasis. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology. 93; 367-377.

 

Shenoy, R.K., George, L.M., John, A., Suma, T. K. & Kumaraswami, V. (1998). Treatment of microfilaraemia of asymptomatic brugian filariasis: the efficacy and safety of combination of single dose of ivermectin and diethylcarbamazine. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology. 92; 579-585.

 

Shenoy, R.K., Suma, T. K. , Rajan, K. & Kumaraswami, V. (1998). Prevention of acute adenolymphangitis in brugian filariasis: comparison of the efficacy of ivermectin and diethylcarbamazine, each combined with local treatment of the affected limb. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology. 92; 587-594.

 

Suma, T. K. , Shenoy, R.K., Varghese, J., Kuttikkal, V.V. & Kumaraswami, V. (1997). Estimation of ASO titer as an indicator of streptococcal infection precipitating acute adenolymphangitis in brugian lymphatic filariasis. South East Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public health. 28; 826-830.

 

Shenoy, R.K., Sandhya, K., Suma, T. K. and Kumaraswami, V. (1995). A Preliminary study of filariasis related acute adenolymphangitis with special reference to precipitating factors and treatment modalities - South East Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public health. 26; 301-305.

 

NATIONAL

Suma TK (2014). Morbidity management in Lymphatic filariasis.. Post graduate Medicine, Association of Physicians of India 2014.

 

Suma TK (2013). Lymphatic filariasis- Current scenario of global elimination of lymphatic filariasis. Post graduate Medicine, Association of Physicians of India 2013.

 

Suma TK (2010). Lymphatic filariasis- Recent advances, disability management and Global elimination. Post graduate Medicine, Association of Physicians of India 2010.

 

Suma TK (2009). Common Tropical Infections.in IMA National update October 2009.10: 109-114.

 

Shenoy R.K, Suma T.K and Kumaraswami V. (2003). A qualitative study on the feasibility and benefits of foot hygiene measures practiced by patients with brugian filariasis. Journal of Communicable Diseases. 35: 9-16.

 

Suma T.K. and Roy V.C.M. (1986). Pyknodysostosis - A case report. Journal of Assoc. Phys. India; 34; 811-816.

 

Suma T.K. and Roy V.C.M. (1986). Scleredema as a complication of diabetes mellitus. -. Journal of Assoc. Phys. India; 34; 66-66.

 

REGIONAL

Suma T.K. (2010). Basics of research methodology Part II- Randomized control trials. Kerala Medical Journal 10(6): 239-245.

 

Suma T.K. (2010). Basics of research methodology. Kerala Medical Journal 10(5): 194-199.

 

Suma T.K. (2010). Common tropical infections. Kerala Medical Journal 10(3): 109-114.

 

Shenoy R.K, Suma T.K. (2006). An update on lymphatic filariasis. CALFIM, Journal of Internal medicine: 2 :19-31.

 

Suma T.K. and Roy V.C.M .( 1986). Acute ascending motor paralysis in diabetes mellitus. Journal of Diabetic Association of India.

 

Suma T.K., Geetha Raveendran and Roy V.C.M. (1987). Congenital anhidrotic ectodermal dysplasia. Kerala Medical Journal; April.

 

Suma T.K. and Roy V.C.M. (1987). Atypical pachydermoperiostosis. - A case report. Journal of Christian Medical Association.

 

Roy V.C.M. and Suma T.K. (1986). Vegetable poisoning in the Medical College Hospital, Trivandrum - a two year study, 1981 and 1982. -Kerala Medical Journal; 27; 64-66.

 

Roy V.C.M. and Suma T.K. Pattern of thyroid disease in people above the age of 55 years - A four year study (1981-1984). (1986)- Geriatric Society of India, second annual number; 6-10.

 

Roy V. C. M and Suma T.K. Pattern of poisoning in the Medical College Hospital, Trivandrum during the two year period from 1981 and 1982. (1985). Publication No.5, Centre for mathematical Sciences, Trivandrum.

 

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One of the celebrated achievements our state has made is in the field of health and we have gained accolade for its high quality health standards maintained by us. The advancement in medical science has increased our longevity and reduced mortality rate. However rapid industrialization and proliferation of technology in all walks of life has adversely affected our environment in many ways leading to new types of diseases and ailments, which pose a great challenge to the medical fraternity. The demand for medical professionals for therapeutic treatment as well as research work is ever increasing both within the country and abroad.

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