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author:("anode, Pankaj")
1.  Asymptomatic Infantile Cystic Nephroma: A Diagnostic Dilemma 
The Indian Journal of Surgery  2011;74(6):501-503.
Cystic nephroma, also called multilocular cystic nephroma, is a relatively rare, nongenetic, benign, unilateral, renal multicystic lesion. The non-specific clinical findings and the poor contribution of imaging examinations make the preoperative diagnostic dilemma from other cystic renal neoplasia; thus nephrectomy seems to be the most preferable treatment. We report a case of cystic nephroma in 11 months old male child presented with asymptomatic lump in abdomen. After a series of examinations including abdominal ultrasound, intravenous pylography and computed tomography, he underwent radical nephrectomy and diagnosis is confirmed on histopathology.
doi:10.1007/s12262-011-0297-3
PMCID: PMC3537985  PMID: 24293912
Cystic nephroma; Multilocular cystic nephroma; Cystic renal hamartoma; Cystadenoma; Polycystic nephroma
2.  Giant cavernous hemangiomas of the brain 
Asian Journal of Neurosurgery  2012;7(4):220-222.
Cavernous angiomas or hemangiomas or cavernomas are benign, vascular malformations of the central nervous system and classified as occult vascular brain lesions, usually present in adulthood. With the advent of computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging, these lesions are increasingly recognized in children. We report two cases of pediatric brain cavernomas where the children presented with recurrent seizures. Imaging findings were suggestive of giant cavernous hemangioma. The lesions were excised completely and the patients recovered well without deficits with good control of seizures.
doi:10.4103/1793-5482.106660
PMCID: PMC3613648  PMID: 23559993
Cavernous hemangioma; epilepsy; giant; magnetic resonance imaging
3.  Spinal hydatid with meralgia paresthetica in a female: A rare case report 
Meralgia paresthetica presents as tingling sensation in the antero-lateral aspect of thigh. It occurs due to compression of the lateral cutaneous nerve of thigh. Proximal spinal lesions may present as meralgia paresthetica due to radiculopathy. We present a rare case of spinal hydatid with meralgia paresthetica.
doi:10.4103/0974-8237.116557
PMCID: PMC3777318  PMID: 24082690
Lateral cutaneous nerve; meralgia paresthetica; radiculopathy; spinal hydatid
4.  Dorsal Herniation of Cauda Equina Due to Sequestrated Intradural Disc 
Asian Spine Journal  2012;6(2):145-147.
Intradural lumbar disc herniation (ILDH) is uncommon pathology. In present report, authors present a case of ILDH associated with dorsal herniation of the cauda equina rootlets in a 30-year-old male laborer who had chronic backache since last two years. To the best of our knowledge we are reporting this for first time. Report demonstrates the natural course of ILDH.
doi:10.4184/asj.2012.6.2.145
PMCID: PMC3372551  PMID: 22708020
Intradural disc herniation; Duroplasty; Herniated cauda equina rootlets
5.  Malignant hemangioendothelioma of occipital bone 
Epithelioidhemangioendothelioma is a rare vascular tumor of bone, and rarely these lesions can present as unique and extremely aggressive tumor. We report a case of highly aggressive epithelioidhemangioendothelioma and discuss the imaging findings. CT brain plain study revealed a poorly-defined, mixed density expansile and lytic lesion involving the occipital bone with extension to the left side with poorly defined trabecula formation. There was significant but irregular enhancement after intravenous administration of contrast material and also marked bone destruction. Microscopic examination of the fine needle aspiration cytology showed a tumor composed of vascular channels lined by plump endothelial cells, which had enlarged hyperchromatic nuclei. In view of the extensive infiltration the patient was submitted for the radiotherapy.
doi:10.1007/s11670-012-0161-4
PMCID: PMC3555262  PMID: 23359640
Hemangioendothelioma; bone tumor; occipital bone
6.  Reversible cerebral angiopathy after blood transfusion 
doi:10.4103/0973-6247.95061
PMCID: PMC3353640  PMID: 22623853
7.  Rheumatoid interstitial lung disease presenting as cor pulmonale 
Rheumatiod arthritis (RA) is a multisystem connective tissue disorder. The predominant presentation is polyarticular, symmetric peripheral arthritis with relative sparing of axial skeleton. Inflammatory synovitis is the pathologic hallmark. Extra-articular manifestations of RA can involve several other organ systems and amongst them pulmonary manifestations occur commonly. We report a case of rheumatoid interstitial lung disease presenting as cor pulmonale.
doi:10.4103/0970-2113.71971
PMCID: PMC2988183  PMID: 21139729
Axial; cor pulmonale; polyarticular; pulmonary; rheumatoid arthritis; skeleton; synovitis
8.  Treating traumatic injuries of the diaphragm 
Traumatic diaphragmatic injury (DI) is a unique clinical entity that is usually occult and can easily be missed. Their delayed presentation can be due to the delayed rupture of the diaphragm or delayed detection of diaphragmatic rupture, making the accurate diagnosis of DI challenging to the trauma surgeons. An emergency laparotomy and thorough exploration followed by the repair of the defect is the gold standard for the management of these cases. We report a case of blunt DI in an elderly gentleman and present a comprehensive overview for the management of traumatic injuries of the diaphragm.
doi:10.4103/0974-2700.62122
PMCID: PMC2884449  PMID: 20606795
Blunt diaphragmatic rupture; hemopneumothorax; herniation and strangulation; thoracotomy
9.  Osteoid osteoma of the femur: masquerading the tethered cord syndrome 
We present an illustrative case of osteoid osteoma of the femur, in an 11 year old male child where the clinical features were masquerading the diagnosis of tethered cord syndrome and lead to the delay in diagnosis.
doi:10.3941/jrcr.v3i4.135
PMCID: PMC3303304  PMID: 22470652
Osteoid osteoma; tethered cord syndrome; pediatric tumor; femur
10.  Blunt trauma to the parotid gland in child 
Blunt trauma to the parotid gland is extremely rare and requires considerable force. We present a unique case in which a child sustained parotid injury without any associated injury to the facial skeleton, parotid gland and ductal structures and managed successfully. A literature search revealed that this type of injury has not been reported previously.
doi:10.4103/0971-9261.43034
PMCID: PMC2788446  PMID: 20011476
Parotid; salivary gland; trauma

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