Parth Khade

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BACKGROUND Neurocysticercosis (NCC) is the most common worldwide parasitic infection of the central nervous system, and ventricular cysts are particularly problematic, carrying the risk of acute obstructive hydrocephalus. Herein, we present a typical case in which complete resection was possible and explore the evidence supporting the use of postoperative(More)
Dextrocardia, a term used to describe all varieties of developmental malformations resulting in the positioning of the heart in the right hemithorax, is linked to a number of highly significant cardiac disorders. Current estimates vary tremendously in the literature. Only about 10 % of patients with diagnosed dextroversion show no substantial cardiac(More)
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