George Mundanthanam

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We report a case of traumatic simultaneous disruption of both finger flexor tendons in a professional athlete. The novelties in this report are (1) the location of the rupture (FDS at midsubstance and FDP at insertion) and (2) the proposition that a normal but diminutive FDS tendon is a contributing factor in the rupture. We recommend that simultaneous(More)
PURPOSE Dorsal plating of distal radius fractures with traditional 2.5-mm-thick plates is associated with extensor tendon complications. Consequently, volar locking plates have gained widespread acceptance. A new generation of 1.2- to 1.5-mm, low-profile dorsal plates was designed to minimize tendon irritation. This study examines the complication rates of(More)
In a retrospective study of 280 sera from patients presenting with cerebellar signs, seven of whom had proved positive for the typical paraneoplastic serum antibodies that were requested by the clinicians, raised concentrations of antibodies to voltage-gated calcium channels or to glutamic acid decarboxylase were detected in a further seven sera. Systematic(More)
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