Neeraj Ahuja

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BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE There are no significant differences in outcomes between patients receiving inpatient and day-case lumbar microdiscectomy, but the latter is still underused in the NHS. Here we aimed to identify factors contributing to successful same-day discharge in day-case patients. METHODS This was a retrospective observational study of(More)
OBJECTIVE To analyze: (i) the effectiveness of CT-guided biopsy for the diagnosis of suspected spinal infections (spondylodiscitis); (ii) identify common causative microorganisms and assess factors that could affect the diagnostic yield. PATIENTS AND METHODS Forty-five patients undergoing CT-guided biopsy for suspected spinal infection between November(More)
A retrospective study was done to evaluate the results of total knee arthroplasty performed on 84 knees in 53 patients with spontaneously ankylosed knees, having a preoperative arc of movement between 0 degrees and 20 degrees (average, 14 degrees). The difficulties encountered in surgical exposure were managed by using various extensile exposure techniques.(More)
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