Mukkamala Sreenivas

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Chronic soft-tissue haematomas are infrequently reported in the literature. We present a case of a slowly expanding post-traumatic chronic soft-tissue haematoma located anterior to the knee and leg, occurring in a region previously unreported. Both clinically and radiologically, it was impossible to distinguish the haematoma from an aggressive soft-tissue(More)
Lumps in breast may be due to benign or malignant lesions. Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology is a quick, simple and inexpensive procedure in diagnosis of these lesions. This helps the clinician in planning the correct surgical or medical treatment. Two hundred and twenty two fine needle aspirations were done on breast lesions. There were 205 satisfactory(More)
Penetrating head injuries caused by unconventional objects such as a nail generate speculation and doubt regarding the manner of infliction. We report a case of a 24-year-old woman alleged to have committed suicide by a fall from height. Autopsy revealed an unprecedented penetrating intracranial injury caused by a nail over the right temporal region,(More)
BACKGROUND Reconstruction of cranial defects due to trauma or other causes has been carried out since ages with a wide variety of materials. The aim of reconstruction was mainly to restore cosmesis and protect the brain from further injury. However, recent studies have shown that cranioplasty not only improves the cerebral blood flow but also leads to(More)
Penetrating injury to the head, with the exception of missile injuries is rare owing to thick calvarium. Orbital and temporal areas are comparatively vulnerable to penetrating injuries, due to their relative thinness. A case is presented in which a man killed his wife by forcefully thrusting a screw driver into her cranial cavity. The deceased presented to(More)
Sonography is an ideal, effective, noninvasive tool for evaluation of the spinal cord in neonatal and early infantile age groups owing to lack of ossification of the posterior elements of spine. Understanding normal anatomical appearances is a prerequisite for the interpretation of various pathologies of the spinal canal and its contents. This review(More)
We report sudden unexpected death in a 35-year-old woman with pregnancy of seven months duration. There was an allegation by the parents of the woman that she was subjected to an assault prior to death. Autopsy examination showed an abdominal pregnancy with a dead fetus, ruptured gestational sac, massive haemorrhage and secondary placental attachment.(More)