Subhash Dahiya

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During war, sharp high-speed missiles have been driven inside the brain; however, in civilian practice it is rare to see such episodes. An approximately 10-cm long nail was driven inside the brain in an attempt to commit suicide by a schizophrenic patient. The case is being reported for its rarity in civilian practice and as a case of clinical interest.(More)
One hundred and seventy-three mastectomies for carcinoma of the breast during a two-year period were reviewed for multicentric foci in the pathologic specimen. There was a total of 38 cases of multicentric carcinoma, comprising 22%. Sixty-two percent of all carcinomas presented as clinical Stage A and B, of these, 21% were multicentric. It is our opinion(More)
Since 1970, 334 patients have undergone partial mastectomy, axillary dissection and irradiation for treatment of invasive carcinoma of the breast. The average follow-up period is 59 months. Survival curves were calculated for the entire study group and for patients classified by tumor size, nodal status and stage of disease. The five year over-all survival(More)
Holoacardius acephalus is a rare anomaly occurring in twin pregnancy. This case was an amorphic monstrous mass with only lower limb buds showing five digits and no definite human form unlike those reported in the Indian literature which either showed the presence of other body parts like thorax, abdomen and head and neck structures or were totally(More)
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