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Garg M.,MM Institute of Medical Science and Research | Duhan A.,BPS GMC for Women | Bindroo S.,MM Institute of Medical Science and Research | Kaur J.,MM Institute of Medical Science and Research | Mahajan N.C.,MM Institute of Medical Science and Research
Journal of Cancer Research and Therapeutics | Year: 2015

Extra renal angiomyolipoma is an exceedingly rare entity. This is usually not associated with tuberous sclerosis as it has no human melanoma black 45 immune reactive cells although it shares the terminology with renal angiomyolipoma. The histological features are characterized by admixture of blood vessels, smooth muscles, and mature adipose tissues in variable proportion. Surgical excision is considered curative. We report a case of isolated vulval angiomyolipoma in a 45-year-old female which clinically and radiologically presented as lipoma like lesion. Our case of isolated vulval angiomyolipoma is the first reported case in the literature.


Bhutani G.,BPS GMC for Women | Kalra S.,Bharti Hospital and BRIDE | Lamba S.,BPS GMC for Women | Verma P.K.,BPS GMC for Women | And 2 more authors.
Indian Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism | Year: 2015

Aims: To assess the role of diabetic education in increasing awareness about hypoglycemia and decreasing hypoglycemic symptoms in diabetics. Materials and Methods: This is a longitudinal study involving the use of a structured questionnaire for obtaining baseline information related to knowledge, attitude and practices (KAP) of diabetic patients regarding hypoglycemia. Then the patients were given diabetic education by the treating doctor regarding hypoglycemia, its symptoms and prevention; the effect of which was assessed by repeating the same questionnaire after a month. The occurrence of hypoglycemic symptoms was also compared before and after diabetic education. Results: There is a significant improvement in all parameters like KAP with diabetic education. The hypoglycemic episodes also decrease significantly. Conclusions: Proper diabetic education is seen to improve the knowledge and attitude of the diabetic patients toward hypoglycemia. This leads to improved practices of such patients and decrease hypoglycemic episodes in them.


Bhutani G.,BPS GMC for Women | Kalra S.,Bharti Hospital and BRIDE
Indian Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism | Year: 2015

Objectives: The study is aimed to assess whether the information contained in standard pharmacology, endocrinology, and diabetology textbooks regarding timings of administration, frequency and dose of various insulins is adequate and also to see whether the information contained in these texts is concordant with product inserts. Materials and Methods: Four standard textbooks of pharmacology, two of diabetology and three of endocrinology were assessed for the published information regarding dose, timing, and frequency of insulin administration. The product inserts of commonly available insulins in India were also studied for the same. Results: Various omissions and disparities could be seen in the coverage of insulins in standard textbooks. Posology information about premixed insulins and basal insulins have been omitted by the majority of the textbooks. Details about dose, frequency and timings of ultra-short acting insulins have also not been covered by all textbooks. Some discrepancies regarding prescribing information was also noted in product inserts, especially in case of newer insulins. Conclusions: Thus, this article stresses upon the need of a uniform source of information for providing adequate and standardized knowledge regarding timing, frequency, and dose of insulins. © 2015 Indian Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism | Published by Wolters Kluwer - Medknow.


Munde S.L.,BPS GMC for Women | Bhatti M.J.,BPS GMC for Women | Siwach R.C.,BPS GMC for Women | Gulia A.,BPS GMC for Women | And 4 more authors.
Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research | Year: 2015

Introduction: Intercondylar humerus fractures are uncommon in orthopaedic practice. The treatment for the same has been described in the literature and include paragonal and orthogonal fixation by using plates. Tension band wiring as a treatment for the same is sparsely described in the literature. Aim: To evaluate the effectiveness of "Double Tension Band wiring" method for the treatment of intercondylar fractures of humerus and compare the results with studies involving treatment with locked plates.Materials and Methods: Twenty patients, all presenting with fresh fractures of the distal humerus, treated with double tension band wiring were retrospectively evaluated over a period of three years. Fractures were classified according to Jupiter classification of distal humeral fractures. There were 5 high T fractures, 13 low T fractures and 2 Y fractures. According to AO classification, all were C1 fractures. Average age of the patients was 56.20 years (32-70 years). There were 13 males and 07 females.Results: Out of 20 cases treated with this method, rigid fixation and union was achieved in all of them. The average tourniquet time was 69 minutes with minimum of 50 minutes and maximum of 120 minutes. Radiological union was achieved at an average of 10.8 weeks (8-14weeks). Average range of motion was 104.5 degrees with maximum range of motion 120 degrees (10-130) and minimum of 70 degrees (30-100). Excellent or good results were obtained in 80% of the patients in our study.Conclusion: Double tension band is a reliable, less demanding and cost effective method of fixation of intercondylar fractures of humerus. © 2015, Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research. All rights reserved.


PubMed | BPS GMC for Women
Type: Case Reports | Journal: Journal of cancer research and therapeutics | Year: 2015

Extra renal angiomyolipoma is an exceedingly rare entity. This is usually not associated with tuberous sclerosis as it has no human melanoma black 45 immune reactive cells although it shares the terminology with renal angiomyolipoma. The histological features are characterized by admixture of blood vessels, smooth muscles, and mature adipose tissues in variable proportion. Surgical excision is considered curative. We report a case of isolated vulval angiomyolipoma in a 45-year-old female which clinically and radiologically presented as lipoma like lesion. Our case of isolated vulval angiomyolipoma is the first reported case in the literature.


PubMed | BPS GMC for Women and Bharti Hospital and BRIDE
Type: Journal Article | Journal: Indian journal of endocrinology and metabolism | Year: 2015

The study is aimed to assess whether the information contained in standard pharmacology, endocrinology, and diabetology textbooks regarding timings of administration, frequency and dose of various insulins is adequate and also to see whether the information contained in these texts is concordant with product inserts.Four standard textbooks of pharmacology, two of diabetology and three of endocrinology were assessed for the published information regarding dose, timing, and frequency of insulin administration. The product inserts of commonly available insulins in India were also studied for the same.Various omissions and disparities could be seen in the coverage of insulins in standard textbooks. Posology information about premixed insulins and basal insulins have been omitted by the majority of the textbooks. Details about dose, frequency and timings of ultra-short acting insulins have also not been covered by all textbooks. Some discrepancies regarding prescribing information was also noted in product inserts, especially in case of newer insulins.Thus, this article stresses upon the need of a uniform source of information for providing adequate and standardized knowledge regarding timing, frequency, and dose of insulins.

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