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  • Dinesh Kadam
  • 2013
The threat of lower limb loss is seen commonly in severe crush injury, cancer ablation, diabetes, peripheral vascular disease and neuropathy. The primary goal of limb salvage is to restore and maintain stability and ambulation. Reconstructive strategies differ in each condition such as: Meticulous debridement and early coverage in trauma, replacing lost(More)
Sorghum [Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench] is a very important crop in the arid and semi-arid tropics of India and African subcontinent. In the process of release of new cultivars using multi-location data major emphasis is being given on the superiority of the new cultivars over the ruling cultivars, while very less importance is being given on the genotype ×(More)
Penetrating abdominal injuries are potentially life threatening due to the associated hemorrhagic shock and visceral injury. Through and through penetrating injury with polytrauma is rarely encountered. We report a case presenting with in situ projecting heavy metallic rod in a through and through penetrating abdominal injury along with foreign body in a(More)
  • Dinesh Kadam
  • 2016
The quest for skin expansion is not restricted to cover a large area alone, but to produce acceptable uniform surfaces, robust engraftment to withstand mechanical shear and infection, with a minimal donor morbidity. Ease of the technique, shorter healing period and reproducible results are essential parameters to adopt novel techniques. Significant advances(More)
was a teacher par excellence, innovative and much admired skillful surgeon. Widely regarded as a Gentleman of Plastic Surgery, Prof. Nayak trained and mentored a large number of plastic surgeons across the country and played a seminal role in establishing the speciality particularly in Southern India. graduated in medicine from MMC in 1954 and went on to(More)
  • Dinesh Kadam
  • 2016
s teachers, we believe that, we are successful only if our pupils become far better than their teachers. It's only in this way that each generation can further advance the discipline of hand surgery. "-Harold Kleinert Prof Harold Kleinert (1921‑2013) was a man of great stature, a pioneer and leader in the field of hand surgery. An extraordinary surgeon and(More)
OBJECTIVE Natal/neonatal teeth are reported to be more common among clefts and congenital anomalies. Data exclusively among clefts is sparse. The aim was to evaluate prevalence of natal teeth among cleft lip and palate neonates and review the causes, presentation, associated anomalies, complications and management. MATERIALS AND METHODS Out of 641operated(More)
INTRODUCTION Facial contour deformities presents with varied aetiology and degrees severity. Accurate assessment, selecting a suitable tissue and sculpturing it to fill the defect is challenging and largely subjective. Objective assessment with imaging and software is not always feasible and preparing a template is complicated. A three-dimensional (3D) wax(More)
  • Dinesh Kadam
  • 2010
Below knee stump preservation reduces ambulatory energy expenditure and improves the quality of life. Reconstruction of soft tissue loss around the stump is a challenging task. Below knee stump reconstruction demands stable skin with sufficient soft tissue to allow weigh bearing. Microsurgical tissue transfer is increasingly being used as a salvage option.(More)