Sonu Suri

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Congenital aural atresia poses a great challenge, even to a competent otologic surgeon, due to innumerable types of malformations affecting the conduction and perception of sound. Roentgenographic evaluation by plain roentgenography is inconclusive in most cases; polytomography is helping to some extent. Recent generations of high-resolution computed(More)
To find out the time of fusion of the basisphenoid with the basilar part of the occipital bone in Northwest Indian subjects, a quadrilateral piece of bone extending from the posterior clinoid processes to the jugular tubercles was removed from 50 male and 34 female autopsy subjects between the ages of 10 and 20 years. The piece of bone was X-rayed and then(More)
PURPOSE To retrospectively document hyperintense lesions on nonenhanced T1-weighted magnetic resonance (MR) images in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) and study their relationship to physical disability, disease course, and other MR markers of tissue damage (brain atrophy). MATERIALS AND METHODS Institutional review board approval was obtained;(More)
Computed tomography (CT) has changed the preoperative assessment protocol of juvenile angiofibromas as it shows the extent of the tumor and its pathways of extension. Hence, operation can be done sooner and with minimal blood loss. Using CT scanning in 22 patients with nasopharyngeal angiofibromas, we found different pathways of extension of the tumor. We(More)
Congenital paraplegia, with partial improvement over the first months of life, occurred in a female neonate born at 35 weeks' gestation, whose mother had suffered hypotension and hypoxaemia due to anaphylaxis 12 weeks earlier. Our patient subsequently had an acute encephalopathy during a respiratory illness with later developmental delay. We speculate that(More)
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