Gavishiddappa Andanappa Hadimani

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INTRODUCTION General surgeons dealing with laparoscopic herniorrhaphy should be aware of the aberrant obturator artery that crosses the superior pubic ramus and is susceptible to injuries during dissection of the Bogros space and mesh stapling onto Cooper's ligament. The obturator artery is usually described as a branch of the anterior division of the(More)
Variations in the branching pattern of the external carotid artery (ECA) are well known and documented. The variation in the present case was compared with those reported before. An anomalous unilateral variation in the branching pattern of the left ECA was observed in a male embalmed cadaver. In this case, the ECA gives a direct branch directly to the(More)
During routine dissection classes for under graduate students, we found a unique and unusual case regarding the anomalous branching in the third part of the axillary artery was terminated into subscapular arterial trunk, superficial brachial artery and deep brachial artery. The subscapular arterial trunk was origin of several important arteries as the(More)
During routine dissection we encountered variations in relation to origin of vertebral artery bilaterally. On right side vertebral artery arise from brachiocephalic trunk and on left side vertebral artery arises from arch of aorta. Vertebral artery is an important part of the circle of willis and it is important to posterior cerebral circulation. Abnormal(More)
BACKGROUND Indomethacin is commonly used as a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) to treat inflammation, arthritis and joint pains. Unfortunately, it has a wide range of adverse effects on the physiological system, including gonads. This study aimed to assess possible beneficial effects of black tea extract (BTE) against indomethacin-induced(More)
Introduction Variations in the branching pattern of the axillary artery, double brachial artery and third head of biceps brachii are well known. Accurate knowledge of the normal and variant anatomy of the axillary and brachial region is prerequisite for correct diagnosis of an underlying pathology. The vascular variations of these regions should be well(More)
An additional uncommon muscle fasciculus, Cleido Occipitalis Cervicis (COC) from the anterior border of the trapezius muscle was found during routine dissection. The variant muscle slip was separated from the trapezius muscle and was inserted on the posterior surface of medial two third of shaft of the clavicle as a separate tendon and forms the cleido(More)
Radioulnar Synostosis, which is caused by fusion between the proximal ends of the radius and ulna, is an uncommon deformity of the upper extremity, caused by a failure of segmentation between the radius and ulna. During routine demonstration classes for the MBBS students we found proximal fusion between radius and ulna of two macerated bones. The proximal(More)
INTRODUCTION This study was undertaken to observe the frequency of mastoid canals and grooves in north Karnataka dry human skulls. 100 dry human skulls of unknown age and sex from the department of Anatomy were selected and observed for the present study. MATERIAL AND METHODS The mastoid regions of dry skulls were observed for the presence of mastoid(More)
Turner syndrome (TS) is a common chromosomal disorder. TS also known as Ulrich-TS. Gonadal dysgenesis, 45X is a condition in which there is partly or completely missing X chromosome in a female. The main clinical features of TS are swollen hands and feet, wide, and webbed neck. A combination of the following symptoms may be seen in older females: Absent or(More)