Raj P. Gautam

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Surgical mop retained in the abdominal cavity following surgery is a serious but avoidable complication. The condition may manifest either as an exudative inflammatory reaction with formation of abscess, or aseptically with a fibrotic reaction developing into a mass. Intraluminal migration is relatively rare. We report the case of a 23 year old woman who(More)
The Parapharyngealspace (PPS) is shaped like an inverted pyramid, extending from the skull base superiorly to the greater cornu of the hyoid bone inferiorly. The superior border of the PPS comprises a small area of the temporal and sphenoid bones, including the carotid canal, jugular foramen, and hypoglossal foramen. The PPS is limited anteriorly by the(More)
BACKGROUND Injuries to the liver have been reported in 35-45% of patients with significant blunt abdominal trauma. Since the introduction of ultrasonography and computerized tomography in the evaluation of these patients, there has been an increase in number of hepatic injuries diagnosed that previously would not have been apparent. AIMS AND OBJECTIVES(More)
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