Bibhas Dasgupta

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Combined occurrence of humeral avulsion of glenohumeral ligament (HAGL) lesion and a significant glenoid bone defect is an unusual and previously undescribed association in traumatic anterior shoulder instability. The purpose of this study was (1) to report a retrospective case series of seven anterior bony instability patients who were diagnosed with this(More)
BACKGROUND We present our technique of closed nailing in diaphyseal femoral fractures treated between 1 to 14 days postinjury. The purpose of the study was to demonstrate the fact that such fractures can be treated closed in the absence of a fracture table or C-arm. METHODS In all, 200 consecutive closed femoral fractures were fixed 1 to 14 days(More)
Radiographic visualization of coracoid process fractures is difficult due to the complex and variable 3-dimensional orientation of coracoid pillars. Failure to suspect an injury on preliminary radiographs has been described as a major reason for suboptimal management of these fractures. We describe a standardized method of patient positioning and(More)
"Popeye biceps" deformity represents the appearance of a distally retracted biceps muscle resulting from either a traumatic long biceps tendon (LBT) rupture or an iatrogenic LBT tenotomy. Cosmetic and functional problems associated with the deformity may necessitate surgical correction, and surgical exposure using multiple incisions is recommended. The(More)
Disc calcification in children is a rare condition of which only approximately 200 cases have been reported worldwide and one from India and we report one such case. A five year-old boy presented with neck pain, torticollis and limitations of cervical motions following a fall while playing 3 months back. He had low grade fever cervical lymphadenopthy,(More)
Sprengel's deformity or congenital elevation of scapula is a complex deformity of the pectoral girdle, and results in symptomatic cosmetic and functional disability. Several studies have attempted to analyze the three-dimensional aspects of this deformity; optimal methodologies of quantification and surgical correction techniques have been debated since the(More)
PURPOSE To quantify and assess the relationship between the insertional dimensions of the distal biceps tendon (DBT) and radioulnar space (RUS) in 3 rotational positions. We hypothesized that in all positions RUS would be adequate for the DBT and would remain adequate even after an incremental increase (1 to 3 mm) in tendon thickness. METHODS Eleven(More)
The purpose of this study was to describe neurovascular structures-at-risk during establishment of five portals for access to distal biceps tendon (DBT) in cubital fossa, and to establish relative safety of these portal sites for such access. We hypothesized that all five portals are safe for endoscopic DBT exploration. Ten fresh frozen cadaveric elbows(More)
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