Himanshu Kataria

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BACKGROUND Intramedullary fixation is the treatment of choice for closed diaphyseal fractures of femur and tibia. The axial and rotational stability of conventional interlocking nails depends primarily on locking screws. This method uses increased operating time and increased radiation exposure. An intramedullary implant that can minimize these(More)
Acquired radial club hand caused by infection has been reported occasionally. We report a rare case of acquired radial club hand with an associated septic dislocation of the elbow, primarily caused by compartment syndrome following venous cannulation. The deformity and instability were treated with distraction using an external fixator followed by a(More)
INTRODUCTION Dengue haemorrhagic fever is known for its haemorrhagic and neurologic complications. Neurologic complications are caused by three mechanism namely neurotropism, systemic complications causing encephalopathy and postinfectious immune-mediated mechanisms. However acute compressive neuropathy due to haemorrhage is not frequent and we could find(More)
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