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Kashmala Khan

Kashmala Khan
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Kashmala Khan is a student of Bachelors of Medicine and Surgery at Karachi Medical and Dental College (KMDC). She is an amalgam of medicine and literature. Her inquisitive nature towards health-oriented issues ignited her interest to pursue medical writing. Kashmala owns deep interest in literature. She is an avid reader of novels and newspapers since young age and equally adores spending time under open sky to let the nature cherish her leisure. Currently, she is immersed in the student life that happens to occupy most part of her day. Years later from today, she sees herself as a recognized medical writer and successful surgeon.

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Elevated Happiness at the cost of Head Injury

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Growing Skull Fracture in Posterior Cranial Fossa

In this case, a young boy aged 15 years had a swelling at the back of his head since 5 years. He...

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