Dharmdas Paramhans

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OBJECTIVE To compare the effectiveness of tube sigmoidostomy and sigmoidopexy as effective treatment options for patients with acute uncomplicated sigmoid volvulus. METHODS The records of 72 patients with acute uncomplicated sigmoid volvulus with obstruction who were treated by tube sigmoidostomy (Group I: n=32) and sigmoidopexy (Group II: n=40) were(More)
BACKGROUND Ganglia are the most common benign cystic swellings found over both the dorsal and volar aspects of the wrist. In spite of technical advancement, both operative and non-operative interventions achieve more or less similar results. Complete evacuation of gelatinous fluid followed with intra cystic instillation of triamcinolone has given(More)
A case of impacted metallic arrowhead in the brain through an unusual route of the neck and behind the external carotid artery to the base of the skull up to the brainstem is reported. Review of the literature reveals no previous reports of this type of injury. A 35-year-old man was admitted to the hospital after 36 h of injury, being fully conscious and(More)
Spontaneous perforation of the bile duct is a rare disease in children and even rarer in adults. Although diagnostic techniques have advanced over the past years, yet most cases are diagnosed at operation. A 44-year-old woman presented with epigastric pain and vomiting of one-day duration. Abdominal distension with tenderness and guarding was present all(More)
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