V. Masurkar

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Tracheobronchial carcinoids are relatively uncommon neoplasms with malignant (though indolent) potential and variable behavior. Clinical presentation is usually similar to any obstructive tracheobronchial lesions or rarely with presentation of carcinoid syndrome. Management varies from Pneumonectomy to use of lung sparing bronchoscoplastic techniques. We(More)
Rudimentary gallbladder is a rare congenital anomaly. We present a case of an 18-year-old boy who was referred to us for surgical management of choledochal cyst. Clinical assessment and correlation of various investigations raised the possibility of rudimentary gallbladder rather than choledochal cyst. Laparoscopy evaluation confirmed the same and simple(More)
Laparoscopic splenectomy is a gold standard for management of planned benign splenic pathologies. Spontaneous rupture of the spleen (SRS) leading to acute abdomen occurs in only 1% of all splenic ruptures. Laparoscopic splenectomy in traumatic and atraumatic rupture due to intra-splenic pathology is reported. We present the first reported case of(More)
  • V. Masurkar
  • 24th ACM/IEEE Design Automation Conference
  • 1987
This paper, primarily, presents the facilities that satisfy the user requirements for a modern software engineering environment under development on VS at Wang Laboratories, Inc. Requirements analysis is emphasized as a cornerstone for the future direction in building a practical product. Finally, based on user needs and trends, the environment is seen as(More)
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