Kumar Shantanu

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Tuberculosis has always been a menace for both clinicians and radiologists due to its often non-specific and protean manifestations. Isolated tubercular involvement of sacrum is very rare. The authors present the case of a 38-year-old man with history of low-grade fever, pain and swelling in the sacral region. Skiagram revealed an osteolytic lesion of(More)
The regulatory sequences upstream of E1a, the first viral protein expressed upon infection of cells with adenovirus, have binding sites for multiple transcription factors including two binding sites for E2f and five binding sites for Pea3. We evaluated the impact of deletions, which remove one or more of these transcription factor-binding sites on the(More)
  • Dileep Kumar, Shailendra Singh, +5 authors Vineet Sharma
  • Journal of clinical and diagnostic research…
  • 2015
INRTODUCTION Amputation of the extremity is a big challenge to mankind. Revision rate of primary amputations stands high despite of maximum care at tertiary care centres. The purpose of this study was to establish cause for the revision, identify preventable cause and to assess outcome of revision amputation surgery. MATERIALS AND METHODS We performed a(More)
INTRODUCTION Many techniques of graft placement in Arthroscopic Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) reconstruction is available now-a-days, like trans-tibial, anatomical accessory medial portal and anatomical all-inside technique. AIM To compare the improvement in clinical status of patients treated by anatomic accessory medial portal and all-inside(More)
Tubercular dactylitis, a term used for tuberculosis of short and tubular bones of hands and feet, rarely shows involvement of the foot. It is more commonly found in children as compared with adults. A 27-year-old male, came with history of discharging sinus over dorsum of great toe of right foot. Clinical assessment led to the suspicion of tuberculosis(More)
Tuberculosis is a major health issue in developing countries. The authors present a case of a 28-year-old male doctor, working as resident in the department of radiodiagnosis who attended orthopaedics outdoor with complaint of wrist pain over ulnar aspect. Radiograph of left wrist showed an oval shaped osteolytic lesion. Fine needle aspiration cytology was(More)
Abdominoscrotal hydrocele is an uncommon clinical entity and so is intestinal malrotation. We report a case of 15 year old boy who presented with lump in abdomen previously diagnosed as mesenteric cyst on ultrasound. A multislice CT scan and repeat ultrasound not only diagnosed the case as abdominoscrotal hydrocele but also detected intestinal malrotation(More)
The number of total hip arthroplasties is ever increasing. Literature about glove perforation rates in arthroplasties in India is very scarce. The purpose of our study was to determine the incidence of glove perforation and increasing the awareness of possible glove perforations to decrease the risk of infection. We performed a prospective study in which we(More)
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