Meeta Kulshrestha

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METHODS Thirteen girls with congenital or acquired H-type anorectal fistulae underwent surgery between 1991 and 1996. In all cases, besides a normally placed anal canal, there was a fistulous communication between the anorectum and the genital tract. On the basis of the level of fistulous communication, these cases were divided into three groups: high,(More)
Anterior sagittal anorectoplasty (ASARP) was used for the definitive correction in 107 cases of anovestibular fistula (AVF) between 1996 and 2005. These cases were subjected to three different types of treatment regimes during the same period. Majority of the cases (78) were operated in one stage where postoperatively an early oral feed was started (A).(More)
PURPOSE Posterior sagittal approach was used for the repair of 11 cases of rectourethral fistula between 1992 and 1998. METHODS All these patients had rectourethral fistula as a result of perineal procedure performed for imperforate anus at the time of birth. In addition to the fistula repair, an associated anorectal stenosis (3 cases) and urethral(More)
BACKGROUND Adult lead poisoning due to ingested lead is uncommon. CASE REPORT A 27-year-old woman had abdominal pain with radiodensities of the bowel contents and a blood lead of 70 micrograms/dL. A traditional medicine, Deshi Dewa, consumed as a fertility pill was incriminated. CONCLUSION Densities on abdominal X-ray may indicate ingested lead.
Variations in the anatomic defects of the bladder exstrophy are well recognized, but their incidence is extremely low. Here the authors describe a rare case of superior vesical fissure in which a relatively large defect caused the whole bladder to prolapse outside. A review of literature found only 2 other cases that resembled our case. This particular(More)
Four new species of the hyphomycete genera Phaeoramularia viz. Ph. caesalpinae, Pseudocercospora viz., Ps. tiliacearum, Stenella, viz. S. argyreiae and S. grewiae occurring on Caesalpinia bonducella Fleming (Caesalpiniaceae), Grewia sp. (Tiliaceae), Argyrea sp. Lour (Convolvulaceae) and Grewia sp. L. (Tiliaceae), respectively are described and illustrated(More)