Vijay Yashpal Bhatia

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Congenital midline cervical cleft is a rare congenital anomaly involving the neck. This developmental anomaly presents at birth with a ventral midline defect of the neck extending for a variable distance from the mandible to the manubrium with a superior nipple-like skin projection and a subcutaneous fibrous cord. Other associated clinical features include(More)
Electrical burns can be devastating and result in dreaded outcomes. Electrical burn is a common problem in our society and needs special attention because of its various modes of presentations, the numbers of organ systems involved, and the mortality associated in spite of the small percent of burns. The authors present a case of electrical burns with a(More)
Domestic burns in neonate are rare in literature. Neonates are high risk for burns because of their thin and fragile skin, fluid overload or dehydration as the fluid balance range is small and immature immune system leading to septicaemia. Neonates are not small adults, owing to their different physiological response makes the management of neonates(More)
Primary tuberculous sternal osteomyelitis is a rare condition, presenting as painful swelling and discharging sinuses over the chest wall. Diagnosis is based on radiological findings and histological examination of debrided infected tissues, with specific cultures for mycobacteria. Two cases were successfully treated by surgical debridement and(More)
Burns injuries are extremely complex and elicit physiological and metabolic interactions involving all major organ systems. These pathological changes occur in a time dependent manner. In the last decades, burn care has improved, so the trend in the current treatment extends beyond the preservation of life. Thus, ultimate goal is complete rehabilitation of(More)
Hydatid disease is a parasitosis known as hydatidosis or echinococcosis. It affects both animals and humans. Hydatid cyst of the head and neck region is uncommon and the involvement of salivary glands, especially the submandibular gland is very rare. A case of submandibular gland hydatid cyst is reported in this article. A patient presented with a swelling(More)
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