G. Rhagvendra Prasad

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The prone cross-table lateral radiograph provides equal or sometimes better information, compared to the invertogram, for demonstration of the level of rectal atresia in neonates. Easy positioning, better cooperation of the patient, elimination of the effect of gravity, and better delineation of the rectal gas shadow are the advantages of the prone lateral(More)
Adenomatoid odontogenic tumour (AOT) is an uncommon, benign tumour that represents 3-7% of all odontogenic tumours. It is slow growing, occurs twice as common in females and usually in the second decade of life. There are three subclinical types of this tumour with identical histology: follicular type (73%), extrafollicular variant (24%) and peripheral form(More)
Thirty-six babies born with an anorectal anomaly were evaluated for vesicoureteric reflux in the neonatal period and the progress of the reflux with age was followed. The overall incidence of reflux was 47%, with higher rates in the more severe types of anomaly. Generally, the reflux was of mild grade and tended to resolve with time, except in the short(More)
Mesiodens, a common supernumerary tooth, is found in the midline in anterior maxilla between the incisors. Its occurrence as multiples is termed as 'mesiodentes'. Double mesiodentes, a rare phenomenon, is seldom reported in literature and show a plethora of manifestations as described in the case report. They may not be apparent clinically, necessitating(More)
Soft tissue tumours are rare in childhood with most common being benign low flow vascular malformation (Heamangiomas). Neonatal soft tissue malignancy is rare. Chest wall as the primary site has been rarely reported. The aim objective is to report and to add to the existing literature a case of Neonatal chest wall RMS. A neonate born with chest wall tumour(More)