Samrendu Singh

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Acetabular dysplasia causes difficulty in achieving adequate coverage of the acetabular component during total hip arthroplasty (THA). Bulk femoral-head autografting is one technique that has been used to achieve better coverage of the acetabular component. Long-term follow-up studies have shown a significant failure rate when this technique has been used(More)
Between August 1985 and May 1990, 27 neonates and infants underwent combined correction of intracardiac and aortic arch anomalies through a median sternotomy. Coarctation (CoA) was combined with VSD (6), AVSD (2), Taussig-Bing (TB) heart (5), transposition of the great arteries (TGA) (1), TGA + VSD (2), congenitally corrected TGA + VSD (1) and VSD + myxoid(More)
BACKGROUND Barbed sutures provide a novel technique for knotless wound closure. They have mainly been used in plastic and general surgery. There are no reports about its use in the foot. METHODS We present a case series of 11 feet in 8 patients whose wounds were closed with barbed sutures. Ten had primary hallux valgus correction and one had a revision(More)
A 57-year-old woman had chronic benign superior vena cava syndrome related to the long-term use of multiple central venous catheters for chemotherapy. Treatment included resection of the obstructed segment and repair of the superior vena cava with an autologous pericardial patch. Intraoperatively, return venous flow was maintained with an extraluminal(More)
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