Shishu Pal Singh Chauhan

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Neurocysticercosis is the most common parasitic infestation of the CNS. Most authors have reported the incidence of spinal neurocysticercosis as only 1.5-3% of all cases, even in endemic areas. Spinal neurocysticercosis represents a distinct clinical entity that usually appears due to mass effect on the spinal cord. Most cases occur in the spinal(More)
Abstract- Schwannomas are tumors derived from Schwann cells. They are usually small and comparatively rare on scalp. A 25-year old woman presented with huge mass on posterior side of the scalp that gave the appearance of 'double-head'. The mass was excised and reconstruction was achieved by primary closure. Histology proved to be a benign schwannoma. The(More)
BACKGROUND The antenatal health-care given to pregnant women has great influence on the rates of perinatal death and morbidity. Amongst the different causes of perinatal mortality, low birth weight (LBW) is the single most significant factor therefore placenta from all the LBW babies (LBWB) should be examined routinely to find out the likely cause. AIMS(More)
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to discuss the technique of midsagittal splitting laminoplasty and to compare its short-term follow-up results with laminectomy in cases of compressive cervical spinal cord myelopathy. MATERIALS AND METHODS Exclusion criteria were as follows: Intramedullary compressive lesions, kyphotic cervical spine, previous spinal(More)
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