Sunil Auplish

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BACKGROUND Technical skill is an essential domain of surgical competence, and arthroscopic surgery requires a particularly challenging subset of technical skills. The innate ability to acquire arthroscopic skills is not fully understood. The aim of this study was to investigate the innate arthroscopic skills and learning curve patterns of medical students.(More)
The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of training on the arthroscopic performance of a group of medical students and to determine whether all students could be trained to competence. Thirty-three medical students with no previous experience of arthroscopy were randomised to a 'Trained' or an 'Untrained' cohort. They were required to carry out(More)
INTRODUCTION Simultaneous contraction of the extensor carpi radialis longus (ECRL) with forced hyperflexion of the wrist can result in avulsion of the tendon and its bony attachment at its insertion at the dorsum of the base of the second metacarpal. This is a rare and often unreported fracture pattern. CASE PRESENTATION We present a 31- year- old male(More)
We present a qualitative and semi-quantitative description of palmar and plantar digital nerves obtained from cadavers prepared for routine class dissection. The fingertips of the three most functionally important and sensitive digits, namely thumb, index and middle fingers, received more myelinated axons than those of the ring and little fingers. In both(More)
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