JNMC Sawangi Meghe

Wardha, India

JNMC Sawangi Meghe

Wardha, India
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Gupta G.,Maharishi Markandeshwar Institute of Medical science & Research | Kumar S.,Maharishi Markandeshwar Institute of Medical science & Research | Gupta S.,MMIMSR | Golhar K.B.,JNMC Sawangi Meghe | Deshpande S.,JNMC Sawangi Meghe
Indian Journal of Surgery | Year: 2014

We report a case of 4-day-old male infant who developed rapid abdominal distension with progression to shock. Abdominal radiography showed free gas under diaphragm for which emergency laparotomy was done revealing a perforation in the greater curvature of the stomach that was sutured after excising surrounding ischemic stomach wall. © 2013, Association of Surgeons of India.


Preeti T.,J.N.M.C Sawangi Meghe | Harsha B.,J.N.M.C Sawangi Meghe | Ujwal G.,J.N.M.C Sawangi Meghe | Eti S.,J.N.M.C Sawangi Meghe | And 3 more authors.
Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research | Year: 2012

In the present era of the medical practice, an increased alertness for a thorough knowledge of the anatomical variants with a clinical significance has been recorded, in order to minimize the risks of misdiagnosis and the surgical complications thereof. We are reporting a series of 50 cadaveric dissections of the pectoral region with a 2% incidence of the sternalis muscle. The existence of the sternalis muscle and its location, orientation and early identification are necessary in breast surgeries. So also in the imaging of the chest wall by CT and MRI and the mammographic evaluation of breast lesions.


PubMed | Maharishi Markandeshwar Institute of Medical science & Research, JNMC Sawangi Meghe and MMIMSR
Type: Journal Article | Journal: The Indian journal of surgery | Year: 2014

We report a case of 4-day-old male infant who developed rapid abdominal distension with progression to shock. Abdominal radiography showed free gas under diaphragm for which emergency laparotomy was done revealing a perforation in the greater curvature of the stomach that was sutured after excising surrounding ischemic stomach wall.


PubMed | JNMC Sawangi Meghe
Type: Journal Article | Journal: Clinics and practice | Year: 2014

Teratoma is the most commonly encountered germ cell tumour among the most common ovarian tumours; however, teratomas of the omentum and mesentery are extremely rare. They are usually asymptomatic or can produce compressive symptoms. The imaging features are suggestive. The present report describes such a case of primary omental teratoma encountered in a young patient, which was managed by surgical resection. The histopathological examination confirmed the diagnosis of mature cystic teratoma. Germ cell tumors are congenital tumors containing derivatives of all the three germinal layers, frequently seen in gonads. But their occurrence in extragonadal sites, such as omental teratoma, is relatively rare.

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