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Vol 34 Issue 1 2022

This is the Journal of the Jaffna Medical Association since the year 1953. This has been a well renowned journal in the past but it was not published regularly during the conflict time. It is with great pleasure that the current JMA is trying reinstate it back with the previous glory.
The journal will accept articles on a regular basis and our target is to publish biannually.
The Author guidelines have been prepared and are published. The Author guidelines have been prepared and are published. The journal will accept the manuscripts via email at present.

Health management and patient care
M. G. Sathiadas


Sperm processing techniques for Intra-Uterine Insemination


Cyanide poisoning- an update


Anatomical variations in the origin of the superior thyroid artery


A comparison of outcomes of management of Dengue Haemorrhagic Fever using minimal intervention and the standard management protocol in paediatric units of a Sri Lankan tertiary care facility; A retrospective comparative cross-sectional study


Demographic factors, patterns, and trends of deaths following road traffic accidents in the northern Sri Lanka

150-451-1-PB (1)

Risk factors leading to preterm deliveries among the mothers in Jaffna District, Sri Lanka


A cadaveric study on variation in branching pattern of common carotid artery


Successful pregnancy outcome following treatment for extensive maxillary mucoepidermoid carcinoma with metastasis –A case report


Takayasu arteritis: In a middle-aged Sri Lankan male – A case report


Kikuchi–Fujimoto disease: The great imitator


Extensive Rhino-Orbital-Cerebral mucormycosis in kidney transplant recipient associated with COVID-19 infection: A Case Report


Guillain- Barré Syndrome (GBS) after Sinopharm vaccination


Severe leptospirosis complicated with atrial fibrillation


Post Infectious Glomerular Nephritis (PIGN) leading to Posterior Reversible Encephalopathy Syndrome (PRES); an uncommon presentation