Krishna Vemulapalli

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The World Health Organisation (WHO) recommends routine use of a surgical safety checklist prior to all surgical operations. The aim of this study was to prospectively audit checklist use in orthopaedic patients before and after implementation of an educational programme designed to increase use and correlate this with early complications, mortality and(More)
A sleeve fracture occurs when a ''sleeve'' of cartilage or periosteum is avulsed with or without an osseous fragment, an injury most commonly reported in the patella. Proximal tibial sleeve fractures are extremely rare and we present a case in an adolescent male who had concomitant osteochondral as well as chondral fractures of his patella. Sleeve fractures(More)
Tuberculosis (TB) remains a major global health problem. According to a recent World Health Organization report, it ranks as the second leading cause of death from an infectious disease worldwide. According to the "UK Health Protection Agency Tuberculosis in the UK: 2012 Report," 8963 cases were reported in the United Kingdom in 2011. London had the(More)
INTRODUCTION A sleeve fracture classically describes an avulsion of cartilage or periosteum with or without osseous fragments and usually occurs at the inferior margin of the patella. Tibial tubercle sleeve fractures in the skeletally immature are extremely rare. CASE PRESENTATION In this report the authors describe a 12-year-old boy with no systemic(More)
Although various congenital abnormalities have been described, congenital absence of calf musculature is extremely rare, with only one report on its complete absence. We are the first to describe a case of congenital absence of muscles of the superficial posterior compartment of the calf presenting in a toddler. The child presented with a history of a(More)
We present the case of a 14-year-old female who presented with unilateral pes planus 30 months after a bimalleolar ankle fracture dislocation. At surgery, the tibialis posterior tendon was encased in fracture callus within the syndesmosis and required reconstruction using flexor digitorum longus transfer. Dislocation of the tibialis posterior tendon and(More)
This review summarises the key points in taking a history and performing a comprehensive clinical examination for patients with foot and/or ankle problems. It is a useful guide for residents who are preparing for their specialty exams, as well as family doctors and any other doctor who has to deal with foot and ankle problems in adults.
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