Rohan Khandelwal

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Breast cancer is one of the most extensively studied cancers and its genetic basis is well established. Dermatoglyphic traits are formed under genetic control early in development but may be affected by environmental factors during first trimester of pregnancy. They however do not change significantly thereafter, thus maintaining stability not greatly(More)
BACKGROUND Duplication of vas deferens is a very rare congenital anomaly with only a few cases reported in the literature. Injury to vas deferens is a recognized complication during hernia surgery and the possibilities of injury may increase with lack of awareness of this anomaly. CASE REPORT A-31-year old gentleman with unilateral duplication of vas(More)
INTRODUCTION Malignant transformation of a fibroadenoma is rare with only about 100 cases reported in the world literature. Fibroadenoma occurring in middle aged woman with a strong family history of breast or ovarian cancer should be investigated with a high suspicion for malignancy. CASE PRESENTATION A 35-year- old Indian lady operated previously for(More)
BACKGROUND The aim was to evaluate and correlate anxiety and depression levels with response to neoadjuvant chemotherapy in patients with breast cancer. The study also assessed the effects of family support on distress levels. DESIGN It was a prospective study in a cohort of 84 patients with locally advanced breast cancer. These assessments were done(More)
INTRODUCTION Elephantiasis as a result of chronic lymphedema is characterized by gross enlargement of the arms, legs or genitalia, and occurs due to a variety of obstructive diseases of the lymphatic system. Genital elephantiasis usually follows common filariasis and lymphogranuloma venereum. It may follow granuloma inguinale, carcinomas, lymph node(More)
OBJECTIVES To find out factors that are responsible for the patient or provider delays in the diagnosis of breast cancer in India. DESIGN This prospective study was designed to be conducted over a period of two years including a cohort of 100 patients with locally advanced breast cancer. The delays were assessed using questionnaires prepared according to(More)
Malignant lesions of the spermatic cord are rare with only around 100 cases reported in the world literature. Most of these cancers are sarcomas that present as slow-growing inguinal or scrotal masses. There have been occasions when an effort had to be made to differentiate them from inguinal hernias, funicular cysts, lipomas of the cord, et cetera.(More)
A 20-year-old lady presented to the emergency room with complaints of pain in the right lower chest and right upper abdomen, after being kicked in the chest by a horse few hours back. Her abdominal pain soon became generalized and she also complained of increased chest pain during inspiration. She gave no history of vomiting. On initial examination, she had(More)
A 42-year-old lady presented to the surgical OPD with complaints of a swelling with multiple discharging sinuses over her right thigh for the past two years. The swelling was insidious in onset and was gradually increasing in size. There was no history of any trauma or insect bite at the site of the lesion. The patient had no past history suggestive of(More)