Roli R. Agrawal

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Verrucous carcinoma is a rare type of squamous cell carcinoma that is most often seen in the oral cavity and larynx. This paper describes a case report of a rare tumor with an unusual presentation. This patient presented with recurrent pyoceles and was diagnosed by chance. Carcinoma of maxilla is rarely diagnosed until the bony walls are eroded. This(More)
The ENT specialist's experience of emergencies is usually influenced by a process of prior selection in the GP surgery or in a general Casualty Department. A survey of 1,000 consecutive patients presenting to a 24 hour open access ENT Casualty service is presented. For a variety of reasons, over half of these patients had never sought their G.P.'s advice(More)
We describe an interesting case of intramural duodenal hematoma in an otherwise healthy male who presented to emergency room with gradually progressive abdominal pain, nausea, and vomiting. This condition was missed on initial evaluation and patient was discharged from emergency room with diagnosis of acute gastritis. After 3 days, patient came back to(More)
We present an unusual case of iatrogenic arteriovenous malformation following a myringoplasty and its treatment by embolization. Thorough examination and investigation of patients with pulsatile tinnitus is stressed. Angiography is essential to diagnose life-threatening and treatable lesions in the presence of normal otoscopy, audiologic assessment and(More)
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