Srinivas Chintapatla

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Sacrococcygeal pilonidal disease is a common and well recognized entity. For many years the cause of sacrococcygeal pilonidal sinus has been matter of debate. When the treatment is considered, there was a frequent lack of succes of the surgical methods of excision regarding morbidity, healing, recurrence and cure. All these factors rendered the acquired(More)
AIM To perform a systematic review of the published reports on retained colorectal foreign bodies (CFBs) to collate the features and formulate a simple management plan based on the available evidence. METHOD An extensive search was carried out to identify articles on CFBs. The search was carried out on electronic databases Cinahl, Embase, Medline, PubMed(More)
Deviated nasal septum (DNS) is believed to occur in neonates following the trauma of birth processes. The present prospective study was undertaken to evaluate the relationship of intrauterine and parturition processes with neonatal septal dislocations. The neonates were subjected to a series of tests to assess presence and extent of deviated septum within(More)
AIM To help the surgeon in decision making when treating a patient with recurrent gallstone ileus (RGSI). METHODS A systematic review related to RGSI was performed using the databases CINAHL, EMBASE, MEDLINE via PubMed from May 1912 to April 2015. All languages were included and the grey literature was also searched. The abstracts were explored for(More)
BACKGROUND This case report shows that Munchausen's syndrome can present as rectal foreign body insertion. Although the presentation of rectal foreign bodies has frequently been described in the medical literature, the insertion of foreign bodies into the rectum for reasons other than sexual gratification has rarely been considered. CASE PRESENTATION A 30(More)