Visweswar Bhattacharya

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BACKGROUND The knowledge regarding the structural details of deep fascia remains inadequate. It was described to be relatively avascular having predominantly protective function. Anatomical and surgical studies revealed that it had associated vascular arcade and hence incorporated it to ascertain additional vascularity to the flaps. However, not much(More)
BACKGROUND The perforator flaps evolved on the knowledge of the vascular tree from the main vascular trunk up to the subdermal plexus. Therefore, we thought that it's necessary to map the whole vascular arcade by CT angiography. The aim of this study is to evaluate the perforators and the whole vascular tree of the lower limb by peripheral CT angiography(More)
Greig cephalopolysyndactyly (GCPS) syndrome is an autosomal dominant disorder with high penetrance in majority of cases, characterized by a triad of polysyndactyly, macrocephaly and hypertelorism. GCPS is known to be caused by mutations in the transcription factor GLI3 gene (7p13) which results in functional haploinsufficiency of this gene. The present(More)
Since time, immemorial soft-tissue injuries to the face have been documented in literature and even depicted in sculptures, reflecting the image of society. In a polytrauma the face may be involved or there may be isolated injury to the face. The face consists of several organs and aesthetic units. The final outcome depends on initial wound care and primary(More)
Lymphangiectasis usually occurs in the viscera. Involvement of the lower limb is very rare. It is difficult to establish the diagnosis without detailed investigations. Clinical features are peculiar and may mimic lymphoedema of different origins which needs to be ruled out. Contrary to the expectation, the post-operative result is excellent in the long-term(More)
BACKGROUND Adequate microcirculation in different tissues maintains the physiological function and heals surgical wounds. In any surgical procedure, the commonly used instruments are cautery, tissue forceps, and clamps. The fact that their inappropriate use produces an adverse effect on microcirculation is often not realized. By this study, we could(More)
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