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PubMed | Jln Hospital & Research Center and Jlnhospital & Research Center
Type: Journal Article | Journal: Journal of clinical and diagnostic research : JCDR | Year: 2014

Aspirated foreign bodies continue to present challenges to the Otorhinolaryngologists. The major issues involve the accurate diagnosis at the earliest and speedy, safe removal of the foreign body. Endoscopic removal is the mainstay of management of foreign body in tracheobronchial tree. Spontaneous expulsion of foreign body bronchus is a rare entity with few cases reported in literature. We report a rare and interesting case of 18-year-old male patient presented with sharp and pointed metallic foreign body in Right Middle lobe Bronchus i.e., sewing machine needle. Patient was admitted and planned for bronchoscopy. But prior to it, foreign body was spontaneously expelled out. The patient was discharged next day without any complication. Spontaneous expulsion saves the patient from the dangers of endoscopic removal of foreign body, but impose a great danger of subglottic lodgement of foreign body.


Bokka S.,ESIC model hospital | Mohanty M.K.,Jln Hospital& Research Center
Indian Journal of Surgery | Year: 2016

Intrathoracic stomach is a rare and serious congenital abnormality. The anomaly may be complicated by gastric volvulus and can lead to ischemic gastric infarction in the neonate. If diagnosed antenatally, neonatal management can be planned in advance so as to reduce morbidity. This anomaly must be differentiated from the more common congenital diaphragmatic hernia, as associated pulmonary hypoplasia is common in the latter and rare with gastric herniation. We report a case of intrathoracic stomach in a neonate without volvulus, fortunately a rare entity which was managed operatively, and the child has been under regular follow-up. © 2016 Association of Surgeons of India


PubMed | ESIC model hospital and Jln Hospital& Research Center
Type: Journal Article | Journal: The Indian journal of surgery | Year: 2016

Intrathoracic stomach is a rare and serious congenital abnormality. The anomaly may be complicated by gastric volvulus and can lead to ischemic gastric infarction in the neonate. If diagnosed antenatally, neonatal management can be planned in advance so as to reduce morbidity. This anomaly must be differentiated from the more common congenital diaphragmatic hernia, as associated pulmonary hypoplasia is common in the latter and rare with gastric herniation. We report a case of intrathoracic stomach in a neonate without volvulus, fortunately a rare entity which was managed operatively, and the child has been under regular follow-up.


PubMed | Jln Hospital & Research Center
Type: Case Reports | Journal: Indian journal of dermatology, venereology and leprology | Year: 2011

An Indian patient of histoid leprosy presenting de novo, having numerous solid staining bacilli inside the intact epidermis and eliminating bacilli from the intact and the eroded epidermis, is reported. The diagnosis, suggested by the clinical features, was confirmed histopathologically. This unusual report indicates possible participation of skin in leprosy transmission.

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