Inderjeet Singh Sachdeva

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Vesical hemangiomas are rare and benign tumors of mesenchymal origin. They usually present with multiple episodes of hematuria and the diagnosis is usually achieved patho-logically. We present a rare case of vesical hemangioma at vesicoureteric junction that presented with abdominal pain secondary to hydroureteronephrosis and the diagnosis was suspected on(More)
The Government had banned the sale of un-iodized salt in Delhi in 1989 as a step towards elimination of iodine deficiency disorders. The present study was done to detect the presence of iodine in salt samples every month from households of the students of government middle schools in Delhi using spot testing kits. One section each, from the classes six to(More)
Acute gastric dilatation in a newborn is a rarely encountered clinical entity. Such dilatation without any obstruction is furthermore rare. The authors hereby present a rare case of acute gastric dilatation that developed in a two-days old child who was born premature and was suffering from septicaemia and respiratory distress. The causes and the(More)
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