Chandrasekhar Varadarajan

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Obturator hernia is a very rare type of abdominal hernia which constitutes <1 % of all the hernias. It is an important cause of small bowel obstruction which is associated with a high mortality rate if left untreated. Obturator hernia typically occurs in an elderly women or patients with chronically raised intraabdominal pressure or previous multiple(More)
We report a case of cricoid cartilage fracture with unilateral arytenoid dislocation following a motorcycle accident. This 25 year old male sustained blunt injury to the head, face and neck. He presented late to the hospital with one week history of dysphonia. Laryngoscopy revealed cadaveric position of the non-functioning left vocal cord. CT and MRI showed(More)
Flunitrazepam (Ro 5-4200) has been studied as an induction agent in 220 volunteers or patients. It was assumed to be 10 times as potent as diazepam. The maximum soporific effect did not occur until 90-120 s after injection. There was great individual variation in response to flunitrazepam and some patients did not lose consciousness even after receiving 6(More)
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