Pradeep Goil

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This retrospective review contains 127 paediatric burns up to 14 years of age admitted to the Burn Unit of the Department of Burns and Plastic Surgery, SMS. Medical College, Jaipur over a period of 1 year from January 1990. Epidemiological data include age, sex, seasonal variation, place of burn, family size, economic status, period of time between the(More)
An unusual and perhaps the first epidemic of burns occurred between 15 February 1994 and mid April 1994 in four districts of the State of Rajasthan in India. The cause of this epidemic was the accidental mixing of petrol in kerosene oil which was inadvertently overlooked. This mixture of kerosene and petrol was used mainly by people of low-income groups for(More)
Nowadays acute renal failure in burns is not a common occurrence, at least not when most of the wounds have already healed. We report a case of a 6-year-old child with 45 per cent flame burns, who suffered acute renal shutdown 43 days after burns when all except 1 per cent of the raw areas had already been grafted with autologous skin. There was no(More)
INTRODUCTION Total scalp avulsion is a serious injury, commonly occurring in Indian females working with industrial and agricultural machines. Their long hairs often get caught in a rapidly revolving machines, resulting in total avulsion of scalp. Lack of education and awareness in Indian villages often result in these patients coming late to the hospitals(More)
Paucity of soft tissue available locally for reconstruction of defects in leg and foot presents a challenge for reconstructive surgeon. The use of reverse pedicle-based greater saphenous neuro-veno-fasciocutaneous flap in reconstruction of lower leg and foot presents a viable alternative to free flap and cross-leg flap reconstruction. The vascular axis of(More)
The soft tissue defects of lower third leg, ankle, and foot present a challenging problem because of the paucity of local tissue and poor circulation of skin in that region. Various forms of coverage including muscle flaps, fascial flaps, and free flaps are used for reconstruction. Each have their specific indications and inherent disadvantages. Distally(More)
Surgical resection is the mainstay for mandibular ameloblastomas. Optimal reconstruction and rehabilitation is important for a satisfactory outcome. We retrospectively reviewed all cases of mandibular ameloblastoma who underwent resection and/or reconstruction at our institute over a period of 5 years and conducted an outcome survey. Our institutional(More)
The reconstruction of soft tissue defects in the distal third of the leg and ankle joint remains a challenge for reconstructive surgeons. Presently, the distally based neurocutaneous flaps are the predominant surgical alternatives to free tissue transfer. In this article, we describe our experience with the distally based saphenous neurocutaneous flap for(More)
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