Annada Prasad Patnaik

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Bilateral-hand amputation is extremely rare and double-hand replantation is even rarer. Only one case of successful double replantation at arm level has been reported from India. We present a case of double-hand replantation at proximal palmar level in a young adult executed in a small nursing home. The patient presented 5 h after injury with limbs(More)
Congenital anomaly of nasolacrimal duct is mostly obstructive in nature or is seen in oblique facial clefts. Nasolacrimal duct drain into the inferior meatus in the nose in a normally developed face. We report a rare case of aberrant opening of distal end of nasolacrimal duct into the external skin lateral to the ala of nose in an adult patient. The only(More)
To the Editor: Blood supply to the hand has been vividly discussed in the literature. Much is known about the patterns of the palmar arches and their variations. Nevertheless, few clinical studies demonstrate what collateralization is possible distal to the palmar arch. We present an illustrative case. A 45-year-old woman presented to us with a sutured(More)
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