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Of 122 patients with fistulae in ano operated upon in a 5-year period, 19 (15.6 per cent) were found to have tubercular fistulae on histopathological examination. There was no characteristic clinical… (More)
Gastrointestinal perforations have been surgical problem since the time immortal. Scientists have found evidence of gastrointestinal perforations in Egyptian mummies. Perforation is said to occur… (More)
Genetic control of tiller number, grain number, grain weight, harvest index and grain yield in six generations, along with the biparentals, F3s, F2xparental progeny, and F2xF1 progeny were… (More)
Endodermal sinus tumor of Cervix is an extremely rare cause of vaginal bleeding. Because of its rarity and interesting features, it is reported with a brief review of literature.
A case of uteroenterocutaneous fistula which developed after lower segment Caesarean section is described. A total abdominal hysterectomy with removal of a tuboovarian mass with excision of the… (More)
A rare case of 10-year-old female child with recurrent trichobezoar stomach is reported, which presented with features of gastric outlet obstruction with perforation.
We are reporting two cases of segmental dilatation of small intestine presenting as neonatal intestinal obstruction. Clinco-pathological features, etiology and management are discussed in brief.
Intestinal pseudo-obstruction is defined as a syndrome in which there are signs and symptoms of intestinal obstruction without an actual obstructing lesion. In many cases it is associated with other… (More)
An unusual case of isolated levocardia, duodenal obstruction, and malrotation with volvulus is reported. Three cases of situs inversus abdominus with malrotation with volvulus have been reported to… (More)