G Ravikumar

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BACKGROUND Toothbrush injuries are common in children, and those of impalement and embedded injuries are the more serious. CASE REPORT A five-year-old girl presented with a complaint of a swelling affecting the left side of her face and with difficulty in opening her mouth for the previous 15 days. She gave a history of a fall while brushing her teeth. A(More)
Tinnitus is thought to be an auditory phenomenon resulting from spontaneous neuronal activity somewhere along the auditory pathway either in the peripheral or central auditory system. The neural abnormalities underlying tinnitus are largely unknown. This study analysis the auditory brainstem responses in normal hearing patients with tinnitus. This study(More)
Femoral neuropathy occurred in 3 patients after renal transplantation. This appeared to be due to compression of the femoral nerve by medial and inferior blades of the self-retaining retractors used during renal transplantation surgery. The condition resulted in weakness of quadriceps muscles, loss of patellar reflex, and sensory deficit on the side of(More)
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