Shri BM Patil Medical College

Bijapur, India

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Bijapur, India
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Jaju P.B.,Shri BM Patil Medical College | Bhavi S.B.,Gadag Institute of Medical science
Journal of SAFOG | Year: 2015

Introduction: Prevalence of malaria in pregnancy is 1.4%. A high index of suspicion is most important in the diagnosis of malaria and should be differentiated from other complications like eclampsia, intrauterine sepsis. Case report: Gravida 3 para 2 living 1 (G3P2L1) with 28 weeks gestation was referred with high blood pressure (BP), severe anemia. She was afebrile, severe pallor +, pedal edema +, pulse rate (PR)—110/ min, BP—140/80 mm Hg, per abdomen (P/A)— Ut 28 to 30 weeks size relaxed with fetal heart sounds (FHS) regular. Hemoglobin (HB) 5.3 gm%, platelet count 80,000. After 3 days, patient threw one convulsion. Low dose MgSO4 regime given. Peripheral smear (PS) for malarial parasite (MP) vivax positive and injection quinine 1200 mg in 10% dextrose started. She was induced and delivered. Discussion: In pregnancy malaria is more common, more atypical, more severe and more fatal. Once diagnosed treatment should be started immediately and pregnant woman should be given full doses of antimalarials. Both eclampsia and malaria are to be treated. © 2015, Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd. All rights reserved.

Kumar U.M.,Shri BM Patil Medical College | Yelikar B.R.,Shri BM Patil Medical College
International Journal of Pharma and Bio Sciences | Year: 2012

Kimura's disease (KD) is a relatively uncommon chronic inflammatory condition that appears to represent an unusual allergic or autoimmune response. It is extremely uncommon in Indian subcontinent. This case is being presented to make clinicians and ENT surgeons aware of Kimura's disease as a differential diagnosis of swelling in head and neck region, because these are frequently misdiagnosed as angiolymphoid hyperplasia with eosinophilia, Hodgkin's lymphoma, castleman's disease, angioma, lymphangioma or haemangioma.

Biradar S.,Shri Bm Patil Medical College | Patil S.N.,Shri Bm Patil Medical College | Kadeli D.,Fortis Hospital
Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research | Year: 2016

Mucormycosis is the name given to several different diseases caused by fungi of the order mucorales. It is commonly seen in patients with decreased immunity like patients with chronic renal failure, organ transplantation, neutropenia and most commonly in those with poorly controlled diabetes. We present a case of 55-year-old diabetic man who presented with headache and fever diagnosed with pulmonary and maxillary sinus mucormycosis presenting as diabetic ketoacidosis. © 2016, Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research. All rights reserved.

Salmani Manjunath P.,Shri BM Patil Medical College | Mindolli P.B.,Al Ameen Medical College
Journal of Communicable Diseases | Year: 2011

A rapid test for diagnosis of malaria based on acridine orange staining of centrifuged blood samples in a microhaematocrit tube (QBC) was compared with Leishman stained thin peripheral blood smear in 287 samples. Malaria was diagnosed in 44 patients by Leishman staining technique and in 65 patients by QBC method. The QBC method allowed detection of an additional 21 cases. Thus the prevalence rate of malaria during the study was 22.65%. In 222 Patients who were negative by the QBC technique, the Leishman stained smears were also negative for malarial parasite. Although QBC method was superior to the smear for malarial parasite detection, species identification was difficult by this technique. The QBC method provides a reliable, quick, easily mastered, accurate method for diagnosis of malaria. The QBC system can also be used in the diagnosis of other parasitic diseases from blood (Filariasis). However, Leishman stained thin blood film still appear superior for species identification.

Salmani M.P.,Shri Bm Patil Medical College | Mindolli P.B.,Shri Bm Patil Medical College | Vishtvanath G.,JJM Medical College
Journal of Communicable Diseases | Year: 2011

Chlamydia trachomatis has currently emerged as the most common sexually transmitted pathogen. It is usually asymptomatic and is difficult to diagnose clinically. It is one of the causes for bad Obstetric History (BOH) and infertility. Women at highest risk often have the least access to health care facilities. Therefore there is a need for a rapid, simple, inexpensive and non-invasive test to detect C. trachomatis infection. Serological testing forms the mainstay of diagnosing the disease and to treat BOH and infertility. Hence the present study was conducted. Enzyme linked immunosorbent Assay (ELISA) was used for detection of IgG antibodies against C. trachomatis. Out of 260 cases, 130 had history of BOH, 80 had history of infertility and 50 healthy pregnant women (HPW) were used as controls. The seropositivity of C. trachomatis in the study was 25.4% (66). Out of 130 cases of BOH, seropositivity was 27.7% (36). Out of 80 cases of infertility, seropositivity was 35% (28) and out of 50 cases of HPW seropositivity was 4% (2). In BOH cases, women with history of two abortions showed seropositivity of 7.3% and women with history of three or more abortions showed seropositivity of 62.5%. Hence, seropositivity of C. trachomatis infection was found to be significant among women with BOH and infertility as compared to HPW.

Malipatil S.R.,Shri BM Patil Medical College
Otorhinolaryngology Clinics | Year: 2014

Preauricular sinus (PAS) is not uncommon congenital anomaly. It is usually asymptomatic and does not require any treatment. Patient presenting with discharge, recurrent infections and preauricular abscess will require management with antibiotics and surgical extirpation of the sinus tract. Here, it is a rare case report of PAS presenting as a recurrent postaural abscess. © 2014, Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd. All rights reserved.

PubMed | Blde University Shri Bmpatil Medical College, Shri Bm Patil Medical College, Shri Sridevi Institute of Medical Science and Indian Institute of Science
Type: Journal Article | Journal: Journal of clinical and diagnostic research : JCDR | Year: 2016

Stress can cause harmful effects in the body that induce a wide range of biochemical and behavioural changes. As anti-stress drugs are routinely used to combat stress hence study is needed to assess the contraindication of these drugs in the physiological systems.To investigate the effect of alprazolam on restrained stress induced alteration of serum cortisol, and antioxidant vitamin levels in male albino rats.Adult male albino rats (body weight 175-225g) were divided into four groups of six animals in each. Group I (control), kept undisturbed in the metabolic cage throughout the 42 days experimental period. Group II (stress) rats were kept in a wire mesh restrainer for 6 hr/day for 42 days. Group III (stress+ withdrawal) rats were stressed for 21 days and withdrawal of stress for remaining 21 days (total 42 days). Group IV (stress + alprazolam) rats were only stressed for 21 days and treated with drug alprazolam (5mg/kg body weight, intraperitoneal) in continuation with stress for remaining 21 days (total period is 42 days). At the end of 42 days all the rats were sacrificed and serum cortisol, vitamin C and E levels were estimated.Group II (stressed) showed a significant increase in serum cortisol level with concomitant decrease of serum vitamin C and E levels. Group III (withdrawal) and Group IV (+alprazolam) rats showed significant reduction of serum cortisol along with subsequent increase of serum vitamin C and E concentrations.Results indicate a possible antioxidant effect of alprazolam on restrained stress induced alteration of serum cortisol and antioxidant vitamin levels.

PubMed | Shri Bm Patil Medical College and Prathima Institute of Medical science
Type: Journal Article | Journal: Journal of clinical and diagnostic research : JCDR | Year: 2016

Anaemia affects various organs in body including the heart. In anaemia, oxygen carrying capacity of blood decreases. Iron depletion and the amount of stored iron are reduced in iron deficiency anaemia which limits red cell production. However, the studies which show the effect of anaemia on myocardial function during pregnancy are few in India.To study the effect of iron deficiency anaemia on myocardial function by ECG during second trimester of pregnancy and to compare ECG changes with normal pregnant women in second trimester.The study was conducted at antenatal OPD between Oct 2014 to Jul 2015. Hundred pregnant women were selected and divided into 2 groups. A total of 50 normal pregnant women (control group) in 2(nd) trimester (10-14 weeks of gestation) were compared with equal number of pregnant women with anaemia (study group) in 2(nd) trimester, aged between 20-30 years. Electrocardiogram was recorded using Philips twelve channel ECG machine model TC20 in both control and study groups to evaluate myocardial performance. Haematological parameters were analysed by SYSMEX auto analyser. Analysis of Variance (One way ANOVA) was used for comparison between study and control groups and the data was analysed by t-tests.In our study a significant decrease in QRS duration and increase in QTc were observed in study group (p<0.05). T-wave abnormalities like flat and negative T-waves in lead II, III, avF, V2 - V4 were more frequent (p<0.05). 90% of subjects in study group had tachycardia and ECG abnormalities. There was a negative correlation between Hb level, serum ferritin and tachycardia, ECG abnormalities.Pregnancy with Iron deficiency anaemia brings about various changes in ECG, suggesting that anaemia and volume overload in pregnancy is a risk factor that may lead to cardiac hypertrophy.

PubMed | Shri Bm Patil Medical College
Type: Journal Article | Journal: Malaysian orthopaedic journal | Year: 2015

Supracondylar fracture of the humerus is a common injury in children. It accounts for 60% of fractures around the elbow children. If the fracture is not treated properly it may give rise to many complications like malunion, Volkmanns ischemic contracture, nerve injury, arterial injury, skin slough, heterotopic bone formation , and stiffness of elbow. The management of displaced supracondylar fracture of the elbow is one of the most difficult of the many fractures seen in children. The purpose of the study was to evaluate the anatomical and functional results of treatment of supracondylar fractures of humerus with closed reduction and percutaneous K wire fixation as a day care procedure and record associated complications, thus decreasing the cost of treating these fractures and hospitalization.Fifty displaced closed extension type supracondylar fractures (Gartlands type III) of the humerus in children were treated by closed reduction and percutaneous fixation with Kirschner wires. All the patients selected for this study had been treated in a day care unit and were discharged in the same evening and followed up at 3 and 6 weeks and 3 months. Open fractures, fractures with neurovascular complications and children older than 15 yrs were excluded. The final results were evaluated by Flynns criteria.The majority (72%), of the patients had fracture displaced posteomedially, Fourty one of the fifty patients had satisfactory results. The majority of the patients were male, and the average age was 8-9 years.Percutaneous fixation of supracondylar humerus done as a day care procedure is an acceptable modality of treatment and reduces the duration of hospital stay for the patient.Supracondylar humerus, K-wire fixation, day care procedure.

PubMed | Kasturba Medical College & Hospital, Shri BM Patil Medical College and Kasturba Medical College
Type: Journal Article | Journal: Journal of clinical and diagnostic research : JCDR | Year: 2016

Leprosy is a chronic infectious disease caused by To compare the efficacy of auramine rhodamine stain with Ziehl-Neelsen and modified Fite-faraco staining in diagnosing M. leprae in tissue sections.Experimental, cross-sectional and retrospective study conducted for 4 years.Skin biopsies of sixty clinically diagnosed leprosy patients were stained by Ziehl-Neelsen, Fite-Faraco and fluorescent stain. The presence of the bacilli and the bacillary index was scored for each case. The bacillary index by each staining methods were compared.SPSS v 17 (IBM, New York) used for data analysis. Chi-Square test was used to calculate significance between differences. The p-value of <0.05 was considered as statistically significant. Pearson Correlation (r-value determined) was also used for comparison between groups.Sensitivity of fluorescent stain for indeterminate and borderline tuberculoid leprosies were 100% each. Positivity rates and mean bacteriological index with fluorescent stain was higher (43.3 and 11.5 respectively) as compared to that of Ziehl- Neelsen and Fite-faraco when the bacillary load was less (bacillary index < 3). There was significant correlation between the three staining types at higher bacillary load. There was a higher mean bacillary index with fluorescent stain as well as detection of an additional multibacillary case.Fluorescent method is more sensitive than modified fite-faraco method in detecting lepra bacilli in tissue sections especially in cases with bacillary index less than three. With its higher sensitivity, paucibacillary cases could be upgraded to multibacillary thus affecting treatement decisions.

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