Malaria is known for its protean manifestations and multi systemic complications. Acute pancreatitis as a consequence of falciparum malaria is rare in the literature. We report a case of falciparum malaria complicated by acute pancreatitis.
OBJECTIVES This study is designed to investigate prevalence and risk factors of insomnia in TBI. This study has also tried to explore the connection between insomnia with neuroanatomical localization of TBI as well as depression. DESIGN Prospective study. MATERIALS AND METHODS All eligible participants were evaluated initially after two week interval… (More)
Original Article Trochanteric femoral fractures are among the most common injuries necessitating hospital admission and surgery is the mainstay of treatment. In order to appreciate the results, one needs to understand the fracture patterns involved. It is also important to know whether a fracture is stable or unstable: The answer to this question will guide… (More)
Bilateral cerebellopontine angle (CPA) arachnoid cysts (ACs) are very rare: only one case is reported in literature. Pathogenesis of those cysts is unknown; they are thought to be congenital. The presenting symptoms of CPA AC are frequently nonspecific or otological. The management of ACs of the CPA is controversial. We are reporting two cases of bilateral… (More)
Malaria poses a major public health problem in India, where it is endemic, especially severe malaria caused by Plasmodium falciparum infestation. There have been great changes in the clinical manifestation of severe falciparum malaria over the past couple of decades, with a shift from cerebral malaria to fever with jaundice, renal failure, bleeding… (More)
A composite type of SCM is very rare and only a few cases have been reported until today. The frequency of composite-type SCM is lower than 1% in the literature. In this report, we presented an unusual case of long segment composite type split cord malformation with double level bony spur with multiple associated bony anomalies.
CAPSULE: A case of Cephalothoracopagus janiceps monosymmetros detected at 24 week pregnancy by antenatal ultrasound. Among the Cephalothoracopagus twins, this case comes in extremely rare category due to following features : (a) presence of separate hearts (b) male sex (c) bony fusion at the level of the base of skull. The pregnancy was terminated after… (More)