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2007An evaluation of sonographic parameters of fetal growth, maternal glycemia and pregnancy outcome of gestational diabetes mellitus in a Sri Lankan tertiary care unitPrathapan, R.; Dodampahala, S.H.; Wijeyaratne, C.N.; Jayawardana, A.; Prathapan, S.; Wijerathne, S.; Wijesingha, E.; Abrew, K.A.G; Wickmmasinghe, S.W.A.D.; Priyanga, L.M; Karunarathne, D.A.S.
2007Clinical and metabolic correlates of women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) in a semi-urban community in Sri lanka.Kumarapeli, V.; Seneviratne, R De A.; Dodampahala, R.; Wijeyaratne, C.N.
2002Some Properties of Lightning Ground Flashes Observed in and around Sri Lanka, and their Seasonal VariationsLiyanage, J.P.; Sonnadara, D.U.J.; Fernando, I.M.K.; Weerasekera, A.B.; Lelwala, R.; Ariyaratne, T.R.
2006Community prevalence of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) in the Gampaha district, Sri LankaKumarapeli, V.; Yapa, C.; Dodampahala, S.H.; Seneviratne, R De A.; Wijeyaratne, C.N.
Nov-2012Relationship between Transition of Income Poverty and assets Base of a Household:A Case Study of the Ratnapura District,Sri LankaGunasinghe, C.
Nov-2012Agricultural Export Diversification in Sri Lanka:An Analysis of Intensive and Extensive Margins during 2000-2010Weerahewa, J.; Kodithuwakku, S.; Buhary, R.
2019Selected serum cytokines and nitric oxide as potential multi-marker biosignature panels for Parkinson disease of varying durations: a case-control studyRathnayake, Dilini; Chang, Thashi; Udagama, Preethi
2021A STUDY ON HOW SOCIAL MEDIA RESHAPES THE WAY OF FAMILY COMMUNICATION IN SRI LANKALokumannage, Amila
Jul-2020Sex Difference in Risk Factors, GRACE Scores, and Management among Post-Acute Coronary Syndrome Patients in Sri LankaGalappatthy, Priyadarshani; Bataduwaarachchi, Vipula; Ranasinghe, Priyanga; Galappatthy, Gamini; Wijeyaratne, Chandrika; Ekanayake, Ruwan
2016Pregnancy outcomes of antiphospholipid syndrome: In a low resource South Asian settingWijeyaratne, C N