Aashish Chaudhry

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BACKGROUND Intramedullary fixation is the treatment of choice for closed diaphyseal fractures of femur and tibia. The axial and rotational stability of conventional interlocking nails depends primarily on locking screws. This method uses increased operating time and increased radiation exposure. An intramedullary implant that can minimize these(More)
STUDY DESIGN We present, to the best of our knowledge, the first reported case of craniovertebral junction tuberculosis with complete quadriplegia in an infant. OBJECTIVE To describe report of an unusual case and discuss the difficulties and peculiarities of diagnosis, management, and follow-up of craniovertebral tuberculosis in an infant. SUMMARY OF(More)
This study reports the incidence and proposes a probable cause of flexion deformity and extensor weakness following lengthening of quadriceps tendon for the congenital dislocation of the knee and also proposes a modification of the functional grading given in the literature to this effect. Seventeen knees in ten patients were treated with a follow-up from 3(More)
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