Ml Arunkumar

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BACKGROUND Furcation invasions represent one of the most demanding therapeutic challenges in periodontics. This investigation assessed and compared the clinical efficacy of hydroxyapatite bone graft material when used alone and with collagen membrane in the treatment of grade II furcation defects. MATERIALS AND METHODS Ten patients with comparable(More)
  • Ml Arunkumar, Rp Singh, +4 authors S Gupta
  • Journal of clinical and experimental hepatology
  • 2011
Result: Group A had the majority of patients. Of 71 patients, 17 (23.94%) had bile leaks. Of these, 11 patients were re-explored for biliary sepsis and converted into hepaticojejunostomies, 9 patients underwent early ERCP for bile leaks, 24 (33.80%) patients developed biliary anastomotic stricture for which ERCP and stenting was done and 7 patients required(More)
Result: Group A had the majority of patients. Of 71 patients, 17 (23.94%) had bile leaks. Of these, 11 patients were re-explored for biliary sepsis and converted into hepaticojejunostomies, 9 patients underwent early ERCP for bile leaks, 24 (33.80%) patients developed biliary anastomotic stricture for which ERCP and stenting was done and 7 patients required(More)
There is a wide variety of inflammatory and benign neoplastic disorders of the biliary system that mimic cholangiocarcinoma in terms of clinical manifestations and imaging findings. Inflammatory myofibroblastic tumour of the bilary tract is one such condition, which is extremely rare but benign. Like cholangiocarcinoma this condition presents as painless(More)
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