Biswas Ranu Roy

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This study reports the clinical and sonographic outcome of arthroscopic rotator cuff repair in patients aged ≥ 70 years and aimed to determine factors associated with re-tear. A total of 69 consecutive repairs were performed in 68 patients with a mean age of 77 years (70 to 86). Constant-Murley scores were collected pre-operatively and at one year(More)
In our hospital all operative procedures are coded using the OPCS 4.3 classification and in addition are entered into an independent theatre databases. Using these two databases we identified patients undergoing hip fracture surgery at this hospital between 1st November 2003 and 30th November 2006. We identified 408 cases. No single database identified all(More)
Objective: The purpose of the study was to detect & evaluate the feto-maternal outcome of HELLP syndrome & partial HELLP syndrome among preeclamptic mothers. Materials and methods: This cross sectional observational study analysed feto-maternal outcome in 44 patients with HELLP syndrome and 32 patients with partial HELLP syndrome and compared with 556(More)
INTRODUCTION The aim of this study was to characterise current rotator cuff repair activity in the UK with emphasis on the management of rotator cuff tears in the elderly population (over 70s). METHODS A one-page web-based survey was created. All British Elbow and Shoulder Society (BESS) members and surgeons who listed the shoulder as an area of(More)
INTRODUCTION There has been a significant rise in the volume of subacromial decompression surgery performed in the UK. This study aimed to determine whether arthroscopic subacromial decompression improves health related quality of life in a cost effective manner. METHODS Patients undergoing arthroscopic subacromial decompression surgery for impingement(More)
BESS is fully committed to education and, as part of this offers several fellowships to assist members in developing their knowledge and skills. The awards are made at the Annual Scientific meeting and are given on the basis of an interview by members of the Education Committee and past BESS Presidents. Two Travelling Fellowships are available to one or(More)
A case of total hip arthroplasty through a direct lateral approach is described. The patient had a markedly positive Trendelenburg test at follow-up. Radiographs showed features consistent with the denervation of the gluteus medius. This was confirmed on CT scan. The standard post-operative radiograph following a total hip replacement may suggest(More)
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