Nilesh G. Nagdeve

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We report eventration of right hemi-diaphragm resulting in gastric volvulus of the right sided stomach in an infant. The diagnosis of this rare association was made with contrast CT scan. Patient was initially managed with reduction of stomach, plication of right hemi diaphragm, anterior gastropexy and Ladds procedure, but required re-laparotomy after two(More)
AIM To evaluate and compare parental satisfaction after Plastibell and conventional dissection circumcision. METHODS 198 children were randomly and equally allocated to two groups (PD: Plastibell and CDS: dissection) for circumcision. Follow-up was done at 7th, 15th and 90th day after surgery. Written questionnaires were given to parents at the time of(More)
OBJECTIVE The aim of this work was to study the various presentations of malrotation and management in patients older than 1 year. MATERIALS AND METHODS Medical records of patients operated on over the last 6 years who were older than 1 year with a diagnosis of intestinal malrotation were evaluated retrospectively. Data about age at presentation, sex,(More)
AIM To describe our experience of neonates with esophageal atresia with tracheo-esophageal fistula (EA with TEF) who presented after a week. DESIGN Retrospective study of the patients of EA with TEF who presented after a week. STUDY SETTING Department of Pediatric Surgery, Government Medical College Nagpur. Study Duration: Eight years. MATERIALS AND(More)
We report an infant who presented with large facial hemangioma associated with Dandy-Walker cyst and atrial septal defect. This case is peculiar in that the large facial hemangioma in posterior fossa malformations, hemangiomas, arterial anomalies, coarctation of aorta and other cardiac defects (PHACE) syndrome resulted in massive tissue destruction.
Neonatal hyperbilirubinemia is a common problem in newborn nurseries and manifest clinically as jaundice. Nearly 25-50% of all newborns and a much higher percentage of premature babies develop hyperbilirubinemia. This is mostly physiological, but a small percentage of these babies have pathological jaundice, requiring detailed investigations and management.(More)