Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute Bangalore

Bangalore, India

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Bangalore, India
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Shilpa K.,Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute Bangalore | Leelavathy B.,Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute Bangalore | Lakshmi D.V.,Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute Bangalore | Divya G.,Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute Bangalore
Indian Journal of Leprosy | Year: 2016

The terminology Cauliflower ear refers to the appearance of external ear, sequelae to underlying primary inflammation/infection. Trauma and secondary infection or perichondritis being the most common cause of cauliflower ear, this article describes a case of unilateral cauliflower ear due to multibacillary leprosy. This case shows the importance of skin smears and the histopathological identification and classification of leprosy patients with unusual lesions. © Hind Kusht Nivaran Sangh, New Delhi.


Shilpa K.,Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute Bangalore | Leelavathy B.,Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute Bangalore | Kavya K.,Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute Bangalore | Lakshmi D.V.,Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute Bangalore | Divya G.,Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute Bangalore
Indian Journal of Leprosy | Year: 2016

Pityriasis rosea is one of the commonly encountered papulo squamous disease in dermatology outpatient department. Its clinical presentations are varied, and it also has many atypical forms. We report a case of a male patient with classical Pityriasis rosea lesions limited to the patches of Hansen's disease. This is probably being reported for the first time in literature. © Hind Kusht Nivaran Sangh, New Delhi.


Vadivelu N.,Yale University | Gowda A.M.,Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute Bangalore | Urman R.D.,Harvard University | Jolly S.,Yale University | And 4 more authors.
Pain Practice | Year: 2015

Opioids have long been used for analgesic purposes for a wide range of procedures. However, the binding of these drugs to opiate receptors has created various challenges to the clinician due to unfavorable side effect profiles and the potential for tolerance and abuse. In 1989, ketorolac became an approved nonsteroidal inflammatory drug (NSAID) for injectable use as an analgesic. Over the last 20 years, numerous studies have been conducted involving ketorolac. These studies have provided additional information about various routes of administration and their effect on the efficacy and the side effect profile of ketorolac. Moreover, ketorolac has been compared with several widely used analgesics. This review evaluates both the potential benefits and potential drawbacks of ketorolac generally, and specifically discusses routes of administration, including their advantages and disadvantages when compared to several traditional analgesics in both inpatient and outpatient settings. © 2014 World Institute of Pain.


PubMed | Bangalore Medical College And Research Institute Bangalore, Fortis Hospital and Srinivas Institute of Medical science and Research Center
Type: Journal Article | Journal: Journal of orthopaedic case reports | Year: 2016

The injury pattern of open fracture dislocation of elbow with fracture both bones forearm with radial nerve injury is very rare. Very few reports are there in literature related to this kind of injury. However this combination is first of its kind. This rare injury needs special attention by early intervention and biological fixation to achieve good results.A 22 year old female presented to us with history of road traffic accident. On evaluation patient had combination of open fracture dislocation of elbow with open diaphyseal fracture of both forearm bones with radial nerve palsy. The patient was treated in emergency and followed for 2 years.Open fracture dislocation of elbow is a rare entity. Our case additionally had open fracture both the bones forearm with radial nerve palsy. Early intervention and biological fixation with minimal invasion gives good results in terms of range of movements and patient satisfaction.

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