Prashant Madhukar Onkar

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INTRODUCTION Central nervous system anomalies are often severe and are the most common indications for therapeutic abortions. Ultrasound examination helps to identify and evaluate them well before birth. OBJECTIVES Present study was undertaken to evaluate the incidence of central nervous system anomalies in utero by ultrasound and to confirm them by(More)
Parotid gland is involved in many inflammatory and neoplastic conditions. Many a times, it is difficult to ascertain the type of swelling by clinical examination. The anatomy and various abnormalities of the glands are very easily visualized by high-frequency ultrasound. Ultrasound can confirm the presence of the mass with sensitivity up to 100%. It can(More)
Omphalocele, exstrophy of bladder, imperforate anus and spinal defect (OEIS complex) is a rare congenital anomaly with varied clinical presentation. A case report in a spontaneously aborted fetus of 20 weeks gestation and diagnosed on autopsy is discussed. External omphalocele sac, imperforate anus, kyphoscoliosis, ambiguous genitalia and bilateral(More)
Address for Correspondence: Dr. Deepali Onkar, Associate Professor Anatomy, NKP Salve Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre, Hingna road, Nagpur, India. 440019 Ph No.: +91-712-2248590, +91-9822248570. E-Mail: *1 Associate Professor Anatomy, 2 Associate Professor Radiodiagnosis. NKP Salve Institute of Medical Sciences and(More)
Undescended testes or cryptorchidism in the most common congenital anomaly of male reproductive system. The descent is multifactorial with gubernaculums playing major role. The failure of descent can be at trans-abdominal or inguino-scrotal phase. Locating undescended testes is important in view of low fertility and high rate of occurrence of neoplasm in(More)
Introduction: Reported incidence of spontaneous expulsion of chronically impacted foreign body from a segmental bronchiole is very less. We report a rare and fascinating journey of an iron nail which was accidentally inhaled two years back and was there in the right lateral basal segmental bronchiole. During bronchoscopy with severe bout of cough, the(More)
We present a case of 11-year-old girl with a history of prominent superficial veins over abdomen and thorax since birth. A superficial vein extending from either inguinal region joined in umbilical region and extended up to right supraclavicular region. Other features of Klippel–Trenaunay syndrome like nevus, limb edema were absent. On radiological(More)
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