Kairavee Dave

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Thromboembolic disease of the newborn is a well-known entity to neonatologists. When severe arterial compromise threatens limb survival, the orthopaedic surgeon may be called on to assist in the management of this disorder. A case of spontaneous postnatal ischemic gangrene of an upper extremity that resulted in amputation in a premature infant is presented;(More)
BACKGROUND Handgrip strength (HGS) and gait speed (GS) are objective components of the frailty syndrome in the elderly, and are associated with increased all-cause mortality. However, their association with cardiovascular (CVD) mortality is less lucid. The present systematic review aims to summarize the available literature assessing HGS, GS and their(More)
Acute esophageal necrosis (AEN) also known as "black esophagus" or necrotizing esophagitis is a rare syndrome characterized by a striking diffuse patchy or circumferential black appearance of the esophageal mucosa that preferentially affects the distal esophagus and terminates at the gastroesophageal junction. Only 88 patients over a span of 40 years have(More)
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