Anvita Pauranik

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We report a unique case of primary extradural angiosarcoma of posterior fossa manifesting as extradural haematoma in a 12-year-old boy who presented with acute onset headache, vomiting, nuchal rigidity and altered sensorium. The patient underwent a retromastoid suboccipital craniotomy on emergency basis, and the lesion was excised completely. Histopathology(More)
The barrage of competitive examinations, overwork, sleep deprivation, and the pressure of expectations all combine to destroy the dreams that resident doctors have when they start medical school. The empathy they had before entering this field fades away, and they eventually become insensitive to their patients. Medical humanities may be the means to halt(More)
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