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Displaying 1 through 9 of 9 Cyber Lectures in Specialty: Surgery

Brachial Plexus Injuries - Dr. Ashok K. Gupta
Projecting for a useful rehabilitation following Brachial Plexus Injury is one of the most demanding surgical designs. Advent of microsurgical techniques has made Brachial Plexus more accessible surgically, than it used to be a couple of...

Fournier's Gangrene - Dr.Vijay. R
This paper is dedicated to my mentor Dr. P. Rajan, Associate Professor of General Surgery at Calicut Medical College. An excellent teacher, a great surgeon, an astute clinician and above all a wonderful human being, he was instrumental i...

Laparoscopic Appendectomy - Dr.S.Navaneethakrishnan MBBS.,MS.,FICS.,FAIS
Indications Indications for Laparoscopic appendicectomy in children are similar to those in adults. Laparoscopic appendicectomy is performed in various stages of acute and chronic appendicitis. In acute cases acutely suppurative, perf...

Management of Anal Fissure - Dr. Navaneethakrishnan and Dr. Shanmuga Sankar Ram
Introduction: The anal canal is a tube of about 3 cm in length, surrounded by internal and external sphincters, and collapsed by Levator ani muscle at the ano-rectal junction. The lining of the upper 2/3rd of the anal canal is derived fr...

Micro Surgery in Reconstructive Surgery - Dr. Ashok K. Gupta
Each passing decade brings newer techniques to provide solutions to certain complex and intricate problems, which had remained as Challenge in the past. Microsurgery has proved a “Panacea” for a large number of surgical p...

Microsurgical Reconstruction of Extremities - Dr. Ashok K. Gupta
Incidence of high tension, high velocity mutilating injuries of extremities following Militancy Trauma is on rise in last few Years, even in Civilian Surgical Practice.These mutilating and some times life threatening injuries with or wit...

Micro-Vascular Surgery - Dr. Ashok K. Gupta
With more emphasis on health and fitness, people are finding their bodies holding up better than a couple of decades ago. Having a fit body is just not enough, people want their faces to match their svelte forms. With dynamic development...

Preoperative Biliary Drainage - SP Kaushik, MBBS, FRCS, PhD (London), FAMS
Pre-operative Bilary Drainage – Yes or No? The preoperative biliary drainage in surgical obstructive jaundice patients performed by any of the following methods; PTBD (Percutaneous transhepatic biliary drainage) Endoscopic drain...

Recurrent Cystic Hygroma - Dr. Vijay. R, Dr. P. Rajan
Abstract: Cystic hygroma is a lymphatic malformation which usually presents in infancy and childhood.When diagnosed by prenatal ultrasound , it is usually associated with chromosomal anomalies. Although an occasional infant may present w...

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