Prakash Akhil

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A human tail is a rare congenital anomaly with a prominent lesion from the lumbosacro-coccygeal region. It is usually classified either as a true tail or as a pseudo-tail. All the lumbosacro-coccygeal protrusions without the evidence of mesenchymal tissue are classified as pseudo-tail. The association of this rare vestigial entity along with(More)
We report a case of a second recurrence of a right atrial myxoma in a 38-year-old woman who had surgical excision in March 2008 and excision of a recurrence in August 2012. She presented with a similar clinical picture in December 2014 and again underwent surgical excision. The case is unusual both for its location in the right atrium and its multiple(More)
Percutaneous coronary intervention in patients with an anomalous coronary artery is technically challenging. Selective cannulation and coaxial positioning in the anomalous artery and optimum stability during the procedure are pivotal for successful completion of the procedure. Selection of the appropriate guide catheter is of paramount importance in these(More)
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