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Venkataiah V.,Vijayanagara Institute of Medical science | Vickram,DMWIMS | Thirumalarao K.R.,SSIMC and RC | Raiker V.G.,Basaveshwara Medical College and Hospital | Puttaswamy S.H.,VIMS
Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research | Year: 2016

Introduction: Plasma sialic acid levels are elevated in Diabetes Mellitus (DM) patients with proteinuria. Renal damage is mainly caused by free radicals that are excessively generated in DM. Thiols play an important role in the cellular antioxidative defence mechanisms mainly through thiol-disulphide exchange reaction. Diallyl disulphide, a garlic oil principle component, is known for its anti-diabetic properties. Its structural analogue, Diaceto-Dipropyl Disulphide (DADPDS), is a less toxic and more palatable disulphide and possesses similar anti-diabetic actions. Aim: This study was undertaken to assess the usefulness of DADPDS in prevention of de-sialation of Glomerular Basement Membrane (GBM) in alloxan diabetic rats and to assess effect of DADPDS on renal tissue thiol levels. Materials and Methods: Rats were divided into Normal, Diabetic and DADPDS treated diabetic groups. Diabetes was induced by intraperitoneal injection (IP) of alloxan. DADPDS was fed by gastric intubation. Plasma Sialic acid was determined by Ehrlich’s method and renal tissue thiol levels by Nitroprusside reaction method. Results: This study showed a significant decrease (p<0.001) in plasma sialic acid, plasma glucose and renal tissue TBARS levels along with significant increase (p<0.001) in renal tissue thiol levels in DADPDS treated alloxan diabetic rats when compared to diabetic control rats. Conclusion: Hence it may be concluded that DADPDS helps in preventing de-sialation of GBM in alloxan diabetic rats and improves renal tissue antioxidant defence mechanisms, may be through thiol-disulphide exchange reaction and thereby exhibits a possible clinical use in prevention of renal complications like diabetic nephropathy. © 2016, Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research. All Rights Reserved.


Divya N.S.,DMWIMS | Srinivasamurthy V.,ESIC and PGIMSR
Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research | Year: 2014

Primary pure myxoid leiomyosarcoma of the ovary is extremely rare, comprising of only 1% of the ovarian tumours. Patient presented with a mass in the right iliac fossa since three months. Radiological diagnosis of broad ligament fibroid was given. Right salphingo-oophorectomy with enucleation of ischial fossa and wedge biopsy of left ovary was carried out. Based on gross, microscopy and immunohistochemistry a diagnosis of primary myxoid leiomyosarcoma of ovary was made. We report a rare case of primary pure myxoid leiomyosarcoma of the ovary with metastasis to ischial fossa emphasising on reliable prognostic markers. Ovarian leiomyosarcomas are highly aggressive tumours with poor prognosis.


Lakshman K.,DMWIMS | Laksman T.K.,DMWIMS
Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research | Year: 2015

Colonic lipomas are rare benign tumours that are usually asymptomatic. Large colonic lipomas can present with symptoms such as constipation, abdominal pain, bleeding per rectum, and intussusception. We report the case of an 82-year-old man presenting with sudden onset lower abdomen pain and features of peritonitis. An exploratory laparotomy revealed a perforation of sigmoid colon with a fleshy mass protruding through the perforation. No case of spontaneous perforated sigmoid colon by submucous giant lipoma is reported yet in the literature. We discuss the details of first such case, our management, the outcome and also briefly review the literature. © 2015, Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research. All rights reserved.


Sukumaran V.,DMWIMS | Teli B.,DMWIMS | Avula S.,DMWIMS | Pavuluru J.,DMWIMS
Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research | Year: 2016

Introduction: Total thyroidectomy is the accepted standard treatment for benign goitrous enlargements. The surgical skill and technique is one of the most important factor which affect the outcome in thyroid surgery. Hypocalcaemia due to parathyroid insufficiency remains a significant postoperative morbidity after total thyroidectomy. The primary cause is unintentional damage to, or devascularization of, one or more parathyroid glands during surgery. Aim: To study the risk of hypocalcaemia due to recurrent laryngeal nerves (RLNs) dissection during total thyroidectomy for benign multinodular goitre (MNG). Materials and Methods: The study is a non-randomized control trial, where 100 patients with benign MNG were divided into two groups (group A and group B) each consisting of 50 patients. All 100 patients underwent total thyroidectomy by a subcapsular dissection. In patients of group A, both RLNs were clearly dissected for a minimum length of 2cm down from its entry into the larynx before total thyroidectomy was performed. In group B, each patient had total thyroidectomy without making any deliberate attempt to dissect and demonstrate the RLNs. The patients in the two groups were followed up for the incidence of clinically significant hypocalcaemia in the postoperative period. Results: A total of 30% of patients in group A developed clinical and biochemical manifestations of hypocalcaemia but the incidence of hypocalcaemia was only 6% in the group B. Three (6%) patients out of those who developed hypocalcaemia in group A had a prolonged hypocalcaemia for upto six months. p-value is 0.003 and odds ratio is 6.59 Conclusion: Routine dissection to identify the RLNs could predispose to a higher incidence of postop hypocalcaemia. Subcapsular dissection of the thyroid safely preserves the parathyroid glands. © 2016, Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research. All rights reserved.


Nandeesh M.,DMWIMS | Anitha T.K.,DMWIMS | Rajpurohit S.,DMWIMS | Santosh R.,DMWIMS
Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research | Year: 2013

Neuroendocrine tumour of breast is an extremely rare condition. It may present as focal neuroendocrine differentiation with other histological subtypes of breast cancer or primary neuroendocrine tumour of breast or a metastatic foci in breast. There are no radiologic or clinical signs specific to this subtype. With rarity of its occurrence and absence of randomised trials regarding neuroendocrine tumour of breast, very little is known about the behaviour, prognosis and proper management of this condition. Only the available case reports suggests the necessary strategies for optimal management of this minimally explored medical condition.


Bhavuray T.,Dmwims | Madhu C.P.,Jss Medical Mysore | Sudhir S.,Jss Medical Mysore | Shreeharsha M.V.,Jss Medical Mysore
Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research | Year: 2013

Adult intussusception is relatively rare in patients with bowel obstructions. Adult invagination is mostly caused by benign tumours. Intussusceptions caused by inflammatory fibroid polyps (IFPs) are uncommon. IFPs are rare, localized, non-neoplastic lesions originating in the submucosa of the gastrointestinal tract. We are reporting a rare case of intestinal obstruction caused by an ileo-ileal intussusception, caused by an IFP, a rare but peculiar and always benign tumour.


Nandeesh M.,DMWIMS | Sharathchandra B.J.,JSS University | Thrishuli P.B.,JSS University
Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research | Year: 2013

Background and Objectives: Empyema thoracis is a condition in which pus collects in the pleural cavity. The optimal treatment of Empyema thoracis especially in the fibrinopurulent phase (Stage II) remains controversial. While the Inter Costal Drainage (ICD) is less invasive and cheap, it is not clearly proved that it is better than the Video Assisted Thoracoscopic Surgery (VATS) in terms of conversion into thoracotomy, morbidity and duration of hospital stay. No large randomized trial is available for comparing the two treatment strategies in the condition. Methodology: This study was a prospective comparative study of ICD insertion versus VATS as primary intervention in the fibrinopurulent stage of Empyema thoracis, which was conducted over a period of 2 years (Dec 2008 to Nov 2010), in a tertiarry care Medical College Hospital. With an incidence of around 5-10% and a considerable burden in our hospital, the study was taken up to compare the efficacy of ICD versus VATS, in terms of morbidity and cost effectiveness and to identify the optimal way of managing the condition. The study included a total of 40 patients with each group consisting of 20 patients. Sampling: Purposive sampling technique. The Statistical Methods Used: Descriptive statistics, Frequencies, Crosstabs, Independent sample t-test. Results: It was found that VATS was better than the conventional ICD insertion in terms of the variables like mean duration of hospital stay (p<0.05), mean duration of the chest tube in situ (p<0.05), mean cost of the treatment (p<0.05), complications (p<0.05) and failure rate (p<0.05) which were statistically significant. Conclusion: Our study concluded that Video Assisted Thoracoscopic Surgery is better than conventional ICD tube insertion as a primary mode of treatment in the fibrinopurulent stage of Empyema thoracis.


PubMed | Srinivasa Institute of Medical Science, DMWIMS and JSS Medical College and Hospital
Type: Journal Article | Journal: South Asian journal of cancer | Year: 2015

Adnexal tumors like giant solitary trichoepitheliomas are uncommon to most of us to permit a ready familiarity with them. Information regarding the genesis, clinical profile, behavior, and management options for this tumor is limited. There are 18 cases reported in the world literature till date. This review attempts to provide insight to this rare tumor. Our search included indexed literature from Pubmed, Directory of Open Access Journals, Health Inter Network Access to Research Initiative and Google databases in addition to standard dermatology texts. Giant solitary trichoepithelioma is a rare trichogenic tumor with potential for local recurrence. It has predilection for the older age, but may present at any age including at birth. It has close resemblance to basal cell carcinoma and other skin adnexal tumors - clinically, cytologically, and histologically. CD10, CD 34, PHLDA1 but not p75NTR are useful adjunct markers. Surgical excision is the standard treatment. Recurrence and possible transformation into BCC cautions follow up at regular intervals.

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