Shruti Thakur

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Puerperal uterine inversion is a rare and potentially life-threatening complication of a mismanaged third stage of labour. Early diagnosis is mandatory for proper management of the patient. Complete uterine inversion is a clinical diagnosis. However, incomplete uterine inversion is difficult to identify and warrants further workup. Sonographic evaluation,(More)
The morphogenesis of the pancreas is a complex process having a very low frequency of anatomic variation. The congenital anomalies are rare. Complete pancreatic and ventral pancreatic agenesis are incompatible with life. Dorsal pancreatic agenesis is exceedingly rare with less than 100 cases reported in the world literature. Patients with this anomaly may(More)
Marfan syndrome is multisystem connective tissue disorder that primarily involves the skeletal, cardiovascular, and ocular systems. The gastrointestinal complications in Marfan syndrome are rare, with only a few case reports described in the literature. We present a 25-year-old woman who presented with acute abdominal pain for 1 day. The imaging features(More)
In the present work, a hybrid hierarchical framework for classification of breast density using digitized film screen mammograms has been proposed. For designing of an efficient classification framework 480 MLO view digitized screen film mammographic images are taken from DDSM dataset. The ROIs of fixed size i.e. 128 × 128 pixels are cropped from the center(More)
Gastric outlet obstruction caused by duodenal impaction of a large gallstone migrated through a cholecystoduodenal fistula has been referred to as Bouveret's syndrome. We present a case of gallstone-induced duodenal obstruction in an elderly female patient, diagnosed on a 64-slice MDCT scanner. One-stage surgery, that is, stone removal and cholecystectomy,(More)
Craniosynostosis means premature closure of calvarial sutures. It may be primary or secondary. The patient presents with unexplained neuropsychological impairment and radiological imaging clinches the diagnosis. We present a case of 31-year-old female having primary isolated craniosynostosis who survived into adulthood without any surgical intervention. The(More)
A 35-year-old woman presented with generalized abdominal pain for the past 2 years. The pain was intermittent and moderate in intensity. There was no anorexia, vomiting, or fever. Her bladder and bowel habits as well as physical and abdominal examination were normal. The routine blood and urine tests were also unremarkable. The ultrasound done as a(More)
Disseminated cysticercosis is a rare complication characterized by extensive dissemination of larvae (Cysticercus cellulosae) of Taenia solium throughout the human body involving brain, subcutaneous tissue, skeletal muscles and other organs. The symptoms depend upon the parasite burden, its location, stage of cyst evolution and host immunity. We report a(More)