Sudhir Adhikari

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RESULTS : 38.37% (94/245) women presented with dead babies in whom destructive operations [most commonly craniotomy (74.44%)] were performed in 91.49% and LSCS in 8.51%. Complications following LSCS and destructive operations were 7.09 % and 21.11% respectively. Perinatal mortality was 12.90%. At birth, 28.57% babies were severely depressed. 8.57% of the(More)
Present study was undertaken during a period of 6 months (September 2008-February 2009) to see an correlation of 24 hours urine protein estimation with random spot protein-creatinine (P:C) ratio among a diabetic patients. The study comprised of 144 patients aged 30-70 years, recruited from Kantipur hospital, Kathmandu. The 24-hr urine sample was collected,(More)
BACKGROUND Seizure is one of the common causes of childhood hospitalization with significant mortality and morbidity. There is limited data regarding acute seizures episodes form the developing countries. Current study aims to find the common etiology of seizure and classify seizure types in various age groups presenting to tertiary center in Western Nepal.(More)
Various diagnostic modalities have been reported to influence the negative appendicectomy. C-reactive protein (CRP), an acute phase reactant, may improve the accuracy of diagnosing acute appendicitis. The present study was undertaken to evaluate the utility of CRP as a diagnostic tool among patients clinically suspected to have acute appendicitis. The role(More)
OBJECTIVE Myopia is emerging as a public health problem in school going children. Prevalence of myopia differs in different geographical areas, race, ethnic groups and socioeconomic background. Purpose of this study was to find out myopia prevalence in schoolchildren from very high mountain region of Nepal. MATERIALS AND METHODS It was a cross sectional(More)
INTRODUCTION Preschool vision screening examination is still a new concept in Nepal. There is a need for developing cost-effective tools for detecting amblyogenic factors in Nepalese children. Certified medical assistants (CMA) are health personnel who work in village health posts. OBJECTIVE To find out the effectiveness of vision screening by certified(More)
Goldenhar syndrome (GHS) is also known as Oculo-Auriculo-Vertebral (OAV) syndrome or Branchial arch syndrome. Duane retraction syndrome (DRS) is a congenital disorder of ocular motility characterized by limited abduction, adduction or both. It is unilateral in 80% of cases. The important and interesting part of this eight months old child is presence of GHS(More)
Craniofacial microsomia (CFM) includes a spectrum of malformations primarily involving structures derived from the first and second branchial arches. Patients with hemifacial microsomia and epibulbar dermoids are said to have Goldenhar syndrome (GHS). Four-month-old boy with whitish pupillary reflex presented with the features of GHS in pediatric(More)
BACKGROUND Aberrant regeneration of the third cranial nerve is most commonly due to its damage by trauma. CASE A ten-month old child presented with the history of a fall from a four-storey building. She developed traumatic third nerve palsy and eventually the clinical features of aberrant regeneration of the third cranial nerve. The adduction of the eye(More)