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Comminuted Segmental Fracture of Left Tibia Shaft and Fibula


Comminuted Segmental Fracture of Left Tibia Shaft and Fibula

A 48 year old female was brought to Aster Hospital’s Emergency on the evening of 20th October 2017. She was brought in the ambulance on a stretcher complaining of severe pain and deformity of her left leg with blood soaked POP slab. Continue reading “Comminuted Segmental Fracture of Left Tibia Shaft and Fibula”

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Pneumatic Dilation of Pylorus for Gastroparesis


Aster Hospital, Mankhool recently encountered the case of a young 25-year-old male patient, suffering from Achalasia Cardia. The patient had undergone laparoscopic Heller’s myotomy 3 years ago, which is a standard surgical procedure for this condition in which muscle fibers at the GE junction are divided. Continue reading “Pneumatic Dilation of Pylorus for Gastroparesis”

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Childhood Cancer; Know the Warnings


Childhood Cancer updated blog picture

Cancer in children accounts for just 1 % of the total number of cancer cases. The ‘Golden Ribbon’ which is symbolic of paediatric cancers denotes the importance in curing these cancers. Although rare, they cause much distress in the young parents and immediate family members, for obvious reasons. Unlike adult cancers, the onset can be quite rapid and dramatic. Continue reading “Childhood Cancer; Know the Warnings”

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