Rajagopal Palaniswamy

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Firms around the world have been implementing enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems since the 1990s to have an uniform information system in their respective organizations and to reengineer their business processes. Through a case type analysis conducted in six manufacturing firms that have one of the widely used ERP systems, various contextual factors(More)
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An unusual case of traumatic urethro-cavernous fistula from the fall of a heavy object upon the flaccid penis is described. In the absence of clinical evidence of urinary extravasation, prompt performance of corpus cavernosography helped detect the existence of such a fistulous communication. Institution of prompt suprapubic urinary diversion avoided(More)
Beta-adrenergic activity in the proximal urethra was studied in 15 patients with neurogenic bladder dysfunction owing to spinal cord injury or to neurogenic disease. Maximum urethral closure pressure was recorded before and after the administration of terbutaline, a beta-2 agonist. The average decrease in maximum urethral closure pressure after subcutaneous(More)
Males attending the urology clinic with strictures of the terminal urethra were studied. Evident frank balanoposthitis, subpreputial calculi and infected urine in the preputial sac were seen in a sizable number, 35% of them were suffering from a second urethral stricture also, either in continuity over the whole length of the penile urethra or in the(More)
One hundred and eighty-seven patients with urethral strictures have been treated over a period of 2 1/2 years. In nearly 50%, strictures were confined to the penile urethra, involving the meatus, the fossa navicularis or varying lengths of the urethra up to the bulb. Of these, 95.3% were inflammatory in nature. Overall, 85.5% were managed with a single(More)
Caverno-glandular shunt was performed in 8 patients with priapism during the past 3 years. Complete and sustained detumescence was achieved immediately in all patients. Only one case developed a complication, viz. cavernositis which responded to antibiotic administration systemically as well as locally. This procedure was performed under local anaesthesia(More)