Rosi Asirvatham

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Thirty-one patients with giant cell tumours of bone (BGCT) were treated at our hospital by a conservative approach between 1975 and 1988. 94% of the tumours were grade III (Campanacci) and the follow up was from 2 to 13 years. In the 20 patients who had a modified intralesional excision (curettage) with bone grafting and cement, 5 recurrences occurred.(More)
The association of an ovarian tumour with Ollier's disease or the Maffucci Syndrome is rare. We report what we believe to be the first patient with Ollier's disease associated with an ovarian tumour who later developed a secondary chondrosarcoma. L'association d'une tumeur de l'ovaire avec la maladie d'Ollier ou le syndrome de Maffucci est rare. Nous(More)
Extra-pulmonary tuberculosis (TB) is more common in renal allograft recipients and may present with dissemination or an atypical features. We report a renal allograft recipient with intestinal TB presenting 3 years after transplantation with persistent fever, weight loss, diarrhea, abdominal pain and mass in the abdomen with intestinal obstruction. He was(More)
Lipomas lying close to bone are called parosteal lipomas. They usually cause some bone reaction. We are reporting a dramatic example of this rare condition and have discussed the differential diagnosis and management. On appelle parostéaux les lipomes situés à proximité des os. Ils entraînent habituellement une légère réaction osseuse. Nous rapportons un(More)
In this paper, we present the performance of twin precision technique in reduced computation modified booth (RCMB) multiplier to achieve double throughput, and an algorithm is proposed. Twin precision technique is the efficient way to obtain double throughput in the multipliers. We describe how to apply twin precision technique to RCMB multipliers.(More)
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