M. V. Bhajekar

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a swelling on the back of his head. He stated that five months ago, i.e., in January 1938, he noticed a small nodular swelling in the occipital region. At that time it was painless and so he did not pay any attention to it, but during the two following months the nodule had grown in size and had become slightly painful. He therefore went to a hakim and had(More)
History.?About eight years ago the patient noticed two swellings, one on the left arm and one in the leit occipital region. Both the swellings were removed by operation. The wounds however took a long time to heal. Since then for nearly six years he had had no trouble of any kind when about 2i years ago he developed an ulcer on the lobule of the right ear.(More)
was no perforation in the intestinal track. A patient, Y. M., male, aged 35 years, was admitted in Sir J. J. Hospital as an emergency ease at 3-10 p.n*. on 14th April, 1945. He gave the following history He was working in a squatting posture near an aircompressor machine in a factory, and was not aware that the nozzle of the air hose was lying near(More)
an abnormally large thymus gland in itself cannot be considered to be indicative of status thymicolymphaticus when no obvious cause of death is found at post mortem. On the other hand, Moncrieff (1938) has remarked that an enlarged thymus is not a common chance finding .in .the chests of infants who have been z-rayed for other conditions, of heart or lungs.(More)
worm infection, I propose to give the details of the method of treatment which I have been adopting for the last few years. During these last seven years or so, over 200 cases have been treated. Complete detailed records of a number of these are not available, because many of these cases were referred to me by other practitioners for consultation. After the(More)
The following case corroborates this view :? A boy, aged 13 years, was admitted into the Sir J. J. Hospital on 21st March, 1941, at 9-30 p.m., complaining that he had been getting severe abdominal pain since 8 p.m. the previous evening. History.?At 4 p.m. on 20th March while trying to open a door, he fell and was hurt in the right lower part of the abdomen(More)
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