Subodh Prasad Srivastava

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The histopathology, clinical features, treatment, and results are reported in twenty-nine patients with thymoma. Benign and malignant thymomas are differentiated by their invasive characteristics. Surgical excision is recommended for benign lesions. Surgical excision and postoperative irradiation are recommended for malignant thymomas irrespective of the(More)
Tracheobronchial foreign bodies especially in infants and children is fraught with respiratory obstruction and even can lead to death if not intervened in time. The patients can present in variable forms but clinical suspicion and management for such cases is an art itself. We report a case of an unusual foreign body in a child of 1 year showing migratory(More)
Malignancy of the larynx is a large group of malignancies in our country. The advanced stage of laryngeal carcinoma requires total laryngectomy which results in loss of speech along with other psychological and functional damages. Following total laryngectomy, tracheo-oesophageal voice prosthesis offers the most reliable form of voice rehabilitation. At(More)
Malnutrition is endemic in developing countries, which also bear the brunt of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) pandemic. HIV and its complications have a significant impact on nutritional status. Malnutrition and HIV have deleterious interactions. Dietary inadequacy is a major cause of malnutrition and few studies have been done to assess dietary(More)
Firearm injuries to the head and neck contribute to substantial medical, medicolegal, economic as well as social problems. Internal wounds in the head and neck by firearms are usually complicated and are diagnostically and therapeutically challenging cases. Based on four cases of non-fatal firearm injuries, we discuss problems related to firearm wounds,(More)
Endoscopic sinus surgery is being done more accurately and with better diagnosis and planning with the help of high resolution CT scan. It has played an invaluable role in the delineation of the sinonasal pathology and anatomic variations preoperatively. To correlate the CT scan findings with endoscopic findings with respect to anatomical variants and(More)
DERMOID cysts are most commonly found at the upper and outer angle of the orbit (Wolff, 1951). They are smooth, round or hour-glass shaped, and vary in size from a pea to a large orange. They may be differentiated from a cephalocele by their tenseness and incompressibility and the absence of cerebral symptoms (Duke-Elder, 1964). They contain secretions of(More)