Padmashree Dr til Hospital and Research Center

Navi Mumbai, India

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Navi Mumbai, India
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Kulkarni A.A.,Padmashree Dr til Hospital and Research Center
Indian Journal of Surgery | Year: 2015

A two-stage flexor tendon reconstruction using a silicone rod in the first stage and a free tendon graft through the pseudo sheath formed around the silicone in the second stage was described by Hunter and Salisbury for a neglected and failed flexor tendon reconstruction. We are describing a technique where we have used an infant feeding tube as a substitute for silicone rods, which substantially reduces the cost of procedure but delivers the same results. © 2014, Association of Surgeons of India.


Kulkarni A.A.,Padmashree Dr til Hospital And Research Center | Abhyankar S.V.,Padmashree Dr til Hospital And Research Center | Chaudhari G.S.,Padmashree Dr til Hospital And Research Center | Singh R.R.,Padmashree Dr til Hospital And Research Center | Bhatia S.H.,Padmashree Dr til Hospital And Research Center
Indian Journal of Surgery | Year: 2010

Heat therapy is a well known conservative management for lymphoedema. We are describing here a heat therapy apparatus which is easy to make, cheap, transportable, easily reproducible and maintenance free and found to be very effective. © 2009 Association of Surgeons of India.


Vyas V.,Padmashree Dr til Hospital And Research Center | Shukla D.,Padmashree Dr til Hospital And Research Center | Patil S.,Padmashree Dr til Hospital And Research Center | Mohite S.,Padmashree Dr til Hospital And Research Center
Indian Journal of Anaesthesia | Year: 2014

Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is an autoimmune disease most frequently found in women of child bearing age and may co-exist with pregnancy. Disease exacerbation, increased foetal loss, neonatal lupus and an increased incidence of pre-eclampsia are the major challenges. Its multisystem involvement and therapeutic interventions like anticoagulants, steroids and immunosuppressive agents pose a high risk for both surgery and anaesthesia. We describe successful management of an antinuclear antibody (ANA) positive parturient with bad obstetric history who underwent elective caesarean section under spinal anaesthesia.


PubMed | Padmashree Dr til Hospital And Research Center
Type: Journal Article | Journal: The Indian journal of surgery | Year: 2012

Heat therapy is a well known conservative management for lymphoedema. We are describing here a heat therapy apparatus which is easy to make, cheap, transportable, easily reproducible and maintenance free and found to be very effective.


PubMed | Padmashree Dr til Hospital And Research Center
Type: Journal Article | Journal: Indian journal of anaesthesia | Year: 2014

Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is an autoimmune disease most frequently found in women of child bearing age and may co-exist with pregnancy. Disease exacerbation, increased foetal loss, neonatal lupus and an increased incidence of pre-eclampsia are the major challenges. Its multisystem involvement and therapeutic interventions like anticoagulants, steroids and immunosuppressive agents pose a high risk for both surgery and anaesthesia. We describe successful management of an antinuclear antibody (ANA) positive parturient with bad obstetric history who underwent elective caesarean section under spinal anaesthesia.


PubMed | Padmashree Dr til Hospital And Research Center
Type: Journal Article | Journal: Journal of surgical case reports | Year: 2014

Neuropathic arthropathy (Charcot joints) most frequently affect the weight-bearing joints of the body, are commonly associated with a variety of medical and neurological conditions and are notoriously difficult to treat due to the nature of the underlying pathology. We present a case of ipsilateral shoulder and thumb carpometacarpal (CMC) joint neuropathic arthropathy secondary to cervical syringomyelia. To our knowledge, this is the first reported case in the literature of this rare association.


PubMed | Padmashree Dr til Hospital And Research Center
Type: Journal Article | Journal: Journal of family medicine and primary care | Year: 2014

To determine clinical features, operative findings and post-operative complications in patients operated for non-traumatic ileal perforation and to discuss the role of typhoid vaccination.A retrospective study was carried out from 2009-2010. Seven patients were admitted through casualty as cases of acute abdomen. Underlying conditions were typhoid ulcers (4 patients) and non-specific etiology (3 patients). Diagnosis was made on clinical grounds, laboratory investigations, radiology and operative findings. Exploratory laporotomy was done. Different variables studied post-operatively were wound infection, residual abscess, recurrence and delayed post-operative complications.Tenderness, distension and rigidity were found in maximum patients. Gases under diaphragm and air fluid levels were common radiological findings. However, widal test and blood culture for S. typhi was positive in four patients. Six patients had single perforation and one patient had two perforations, all being on antimesentric border of ileum. Maximum patients had peritoneal collection of less than 1000 ml. In five patients simple closure of perforation was done and in remaining two resection with end to side ileotransverse anatomosis was required. Wound infection and residual intraabdominal abscess were found in one patient each.Management criteria remain same in typhoid and non-specific perforations. Commonest cause of ileal perforation is typhoid fever in our country, so immunization against typhoid beyond 18 years of age is recommended.


PubMed | Padmashree Dr til Hospital And Research Center
Type: Journal Article | Journal: Annals of medical and health sciences research | Year: 2014

Schizencephaly is a rare malformation of the central nervous system. Both genetic and non-genetic etiologies like prenatal infections or ischemia have been postulated. Clinical manifestations most often include varying degrees of developmental delay, motor impairment and seizures. It can be associated with septo-optic dysplasia (SOD), optic nerve hypoplasia and absence of septum pellucidum, pachygyria, polymicrogyria, heterotopia and arachnoid cysts. We report a case of unilateral closed lip schizencephaly with SOD.

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