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Impalement injuries are still seen today and constitute a challenging form of trauma. Our experience with four cases is presented. The management of each case has to be individualised. It may not be necessary to lay open the tract taken by the impaling object in every case.
A study was conducted on 70 cases of tuberculous synovitis. Maximum number of cases were in the age group of 11-30 years (58.58%) with a male preponderance. Knee joint was found to be most commonly (57.12%) affected. Diagnosis of tuberculous synovitis was possible clinically in 75.72% and radiologically in 67.14% of cases only. Histopathological studies… (More)
In this retrospective study, 38 subtrochanteric fractures of the femur, managed by operative and non-operative methods were analysed and the results compared. Excluding three pathological fractures, 12 fractures were internally fixed and 23 were treated in traction. In 83.3 per cent of fractures treated operatively and 82.6 per cent treated non-operatively,… (More)