Lakshmeesha Rao

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Biceps brachii is a muscle of the anterior compartment of the arm having a long head and a short head. Distally both heads unite to form a common tendon inserting into the radial tuberosity and the bicipital aponeurosis. Most commonly it may have an additional head but presence of four heads and more is relatively very rare. The present study documents the(More)
A conscious sedation regimen consisting of alphaprodine, hydroxyzine, and methohexital together with intensive behavior modification was evaluated in an open pilot study for patients undergoing minor gynecologic surgery. This combination was found to result in hemodynamic stability, satisfactory patient compliance, and patient and surgeon acceptance.(More)
Alveolar soft part sarcoma (ASPS) is a rare but distinct soft tissue tumor with unique histopathological and electron microscopic features. Orbital involvement is rare with only few reports published in the literature. ASPS have an indolent clinical course, but it is known to metastasize. Primary modality of treatment is surgery followed by adjuvant(More)
Sinonasal inverted papillomas (SIP) are unique group of locally aggressive benign neoplastic lesions arising from mucosa of sinonasal tract with potential for recurrences and known association with squamous cell carcinoma in 5-15 % of cases. This study was conducted was to assess the efficacy and usefulness of the nasal endoscope in treating SIP. We(More)
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