M Kulachandra Singh

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The melanotic neuro-ectodermal tumour of infancy is an uncommon benign tumour of neural crest origin occurring in infants with a predilection for the anterior maxilla. This lesion shows a good response to conservative surgical excision with few recurrences but it should be followed up for long periods of time because of the rare malignant change possible in(More)
BACKGROUND Sertoli-Leydig cell tumor is a rare ovarian tumor with an incidence of < .5% of all ovarian tumors. Laparotomy is the standard approach to these cases. CASES Sertoli-Leydig cell tumors were diagnosed in two young, nulliparous, infertile women. Both presented with secondary amenorrhea. Virilization was found in one. Their testosterone levels(More)
INTRODUCTION Rise of hypertension among younger age group has increased the prevalence of intracranial haemorrhage. Conflicting reviews regarding the mode of treatment has been a concern to the treating physicians especially in a developing country like India. This study was undertaken to underline the importance of management and propose a local protocol(More)
Neuroendocrine carcinoma of the skin is an uncommon neoplasm. A case of one such tumour in the head and neck region is being presented. This case is the youngest known patient. The literature has been reviewed. The current concepts in diagnosis and management of this tumour are discussed.
The efficacy of homologous plasma-stored tendon grafting in the superficial digital flexor tendon severed in the mid-metacarpal region was evaluated in 10 donkeys. Experimental tenectomies were performed, followed by grafting using plasma-stored tendon and human amniotic membrane encasement in group I (n=8) but no grafting or encasement in group II(More)
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