Jayant Gadekar

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Routine drainage after laparoscopic cholecystectomy is still debatable. The present study is designed to assess the role of drain in laparoscopic cholecystectomies performed in symptomatic cholelithiasis cases. Aims and objective of the study is to compare the effects (post operative pain, bile leak/collection, infection& hospital stay) of placement/non(More)
Introduction: Total thyroidectomy has been used to treat patients with malignant thyroid disease, but for patients with benign thyroid disease, the safety and efficacy of total thyroidectomy is a matter of debate. Subtotal thyroidectomy that was previously the treatment of choice for benign thyroid disease has been associated with high recurrence rates. The(More)
Primary tumors of the spleen are rare and with the exception of malignant lymphoma are seldom considered in the differential diagnosis of splenomegaly. Such tumors may be either cystic or solid, and the cystic variety, composed mostly of epidermoid cysts, has occurred with slightly greater frequency. The most common primary solid tumor is the hemangioma(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy (PCNL) is not a popular procedure in smaller sized calculi due to its invasive nature, complications and need for anesthesia. Small sized lower caliceal calculi are generally treated by ESWL but have significantly less clearance rate in spite of several sittings. Here we want to study the efficacy and safe(More)
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