Sandeep Bhat

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RATIONALE AND OBJECTIVES The purpose of this study was to measure and to clarify the diagnostic contributions of image-based features in differentiating benign from malignant and hepatocyte-containing from non-hepatocyte-containing liver lesions. MATERIALS AND METHODS Six experienced abdominal radiologists each read images from 146 cases (including a(More)
Magnetic resonance (MR) contrast agents are now routinely used for detecting and characterizing focal liver lesions. Liver specific, hepatobiliary, MRI contrast agent mangafodipir trisodium (Mn-DPDP) is taken up by the functioning hepatocytes and excreted by the biliary system. Contrast uptake leads to persistent elevation of T1-weighted signal of normal(More)
From the Post Graduate Departments of Surgery and *Physiology, Govt. Medical College, Jammu (J&K) Correspondence to : Dr Sandeep Bhat, H.No. 21, Lane No. 1 A Roop Nagar, Enclave, Jammu (J&K) Abstract Gall stone disease is the most common biliary pathology and has plagued the mankind for over 2000 years. Since the National Institutes of Health Consensus(More)
Complete pancreatic transection following blunt abdominal trauma is not a common injury. Distal pancreatectomy with or without splenectomy is routinely performed if the transection is to the left of the superior mesenteric vessels. We performed pancreaticojejunostomy on a six-year-old female patient who presented with complete transection at the pancreatic(More)
CONTEXT Spontaneous perforation of rectum is a rare event; however evisceration of the small bowel through the perforated site without predisposing factors is extremely rare, complex and worth reporting. CASE REPORT A 14 years old presented to us apparently as a case of intussception. The operative findings revealed it to be a case of spontaneous(More)
BACKGROUND: The ability to establish pneumoperitoneum has long been regarded as the integral first step to any successful laparoscopic procedure. Direct trocar insertion (DTI) is one of the safe and an effective alternative to Veress needle insertion, Open access (Hassan’s technique) and Visual entry systems (disposable Optic trocars and Endotip visual(More)
Background: Atypical mycobacterial port site infection following laparoscopic cholecystectomy has been increasingly recognized in the recent years. As the infection has a protracted course, patients need to be identified early and managed properly for early resolution of the disease. Methods: 20 patients presenting with port site infections approximately(More)
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