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Clinical Significance of Left Atrial Anatomic Abnormalities Identified by Cardiac Computed Tomography  [PDF]
Ara V. Vehian, Brian G. Choi, Satinder S. Rekhi, Heather A. Young, Raman S. Dusaj, Robert K. Zeman
Advances in Computed Tomography (ACT) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/act.2015.41001
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Purpose: The clinical significance of newly identified left atrial anatomic abnormalities (LAAA)— accessory appendages, diverticula, septal pouches—by multidetector CT (MDCT) remains unclear. Similar anatomical outpouchings, i.e., the left atrial appendage, have been associated with cardioembolisms and arrhythmia. To test the hypothesis that LAAA are also associated with increased risk of these events, we performed a retrospective analysis to examine the association of LAAA in patients undergoing CT with embolic events and arrhythmia. Methods: 242 patients (mean age 56 SD 12 years, 41% female) were selected who had CT coronary angiography performed with 64-row MDCT between 2007 and 2012 if complete clinical history records were available. CT images were independently reviewed for the presence of LAAA. Association of cerebrovascular accident (CVA) or transient ischemic attack (TIA), atrial fibrillation, and palpitations to LAAA was calculated using odds ratios (OR) with 95% confidence interval (CI) and Fisher’s exact test. Results: After adjusting for age, sex, hypertension, dyslipidemia and diabetes via multiple logistic regression, patients with accessory appendages are more likely to have reported palpitations (OR: 1.80; CI: 1.03 - 3.16). Patients with diverticula and septal pouches are significantly older than those without these abnormalities (p = 0.01 and p = 0.02, respectively). Septal pouches are associated with diabetes (OR: 2.29; 95%CI: 1.15 - 4.54). Conclusions: Accessory left atrial appendages are associated with palpitations. Patients with septal pouches and diverticula are significantly older than those patients without these anatomic abnormalities, suggesting age dependency of these findings. None of these anatomic abnormalities were associated with thromboembolic events after adjustment for potentially confounding comorbidities.
Microfilariae coexisting with a follicular lesion in thyroid aspirate smears in an uncommon case of a retrosternal thyroid mass, clinically presenting as malignancy
Rekhi Bharat,Kane S
CytoJournal , 2011,
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Kaposiform hemangioendothelioma in tonsil of a child associated with cervical lymphangioma: a rare case report
Bharat Rekhi, Shweta Sethi, Suyash S Kulkarni, Nirmala A Jambhekar
World Journal of Surgical Oncology , 2011, DOI: 10.1186/1477-7819-9-57
Abstract: Kaposiform hemangioendothelioma (KHE), initially described by Zukerberg et al [1], is an intermediate/borderline vascular neoplasm between a hemangioma and a malignant angiosarcoma. It is a locally aggressive, rarely metastatic neoplasm, does not have a tendency for spontaneous regression and has characteristic histopathological features, including tumor cell architectural pattern resembling a Kaposi's sarcoma, along with lymphatic component, namely lymphangioma/lymphangiomatosis. In addition, it is known for its association with Kasabach-Merrittt phenomenon (KMP), a condition characterized by profound thrombocytopenia and life-threatening hemorrhage. These features differentiate this entity from a juvenile hemangioma that forms the closest differential diagnosis. It is usually identified in infancy and first decade of life at sites like extremities and retroperitoneum and uncommonly in the head and neck region [1-4]. At times, KHE can occur without KMP [5]. It has rarely been documented in the tonsil, and to our knowledge, only 1 such case has been documented in the western literature [6].Herein, we present an extremely uncommon case of Kaposiform hemangioendothelioma associated with neck lymphangiomas, but unassociated with KMP, in a 2-year-old male child, who presented with right-sided tonsillar enlargement and was clinicoradiologically diagnosed with tonsillitis. Postoperative imaging unraveled ipsilateral coexisting lymphangioma. The differential diagnoses of this unique case are discussed herewith.A 2-year-old male child referred to us with history of swelling right side neck, associated with episodes of pain and swelling in his throat, since birth. One of the episodes was severe that led to acute dyspnoea and dysphagia that was clinicoradiologically diagnosed as a peritonsillar abscess, for which the patient underwent a right-sided tonsillectomy, elsewhere. There was no history of bleeding or hemoptysis. The excised biopsy specimen was submitted to us in form
A t(X; 18) SYT-SSX2 positive synovial sarcoma in the pelvis of a young adult male: A rare case report with review of literature
Rekhi B,Jambhekar N,Desai S,Basak R
Indian Journal of Cancer , 2008,
Abstract: Synovial sarcoma is uncommonly documented in the pelvis. Rarely, such cases have dealt with molecular analysis. A 19-year-old boy presented with pain and swelling in his left lower limb of two months duration. He developed acute urinary retention four days prior to his hospital admission, wherein radiological examination unraveled a large soft tissue mass, displacing his pelvic muscles, along with a lytic lesion involving his right pubic bone. Biopsy showed a cellular spindle cell sarcoma, exhibiting hemangiopericytoma-like vascular pattern with focal necrosis. Immunohistochemistry (IHC) showed positivity for vimentin, BCL-2, calponin and MIC 2. Cytokeratin (CK) and epithelial membrane antigen (EMA) were negative. MIB 1 count was 70% (high). P53 was positive. Diagnosis of a poorly differentiated synovial sarcoma was offered and confirmed with a positive t(X; 18) SYT-SSX2 translocation. This case highlights the value of molecular analysis in diagnosis of a synovial sarcoma at rare sites, especially when IHC results are equivocal and the biopsy material is limited.
A t (11; 22) (p13; q12) EWS-WT 1 positive desmoplastic small round cell tumor of the maxilla: An unusual case indicating the role of molecular diagnosis in round cell sarcomas
Rekhi B,Basak R,Desai S,Jambhekar N
Journal of Postgraduate Medicine , 2010,
Abstract: A desmoplastic small round cell tumor (DSRCT) is an uncommon tumor characterized by polyphenotypic expression and a specific reciprocal translocation t (11; 22) (p13; q12). It has been rarely identified in the head and neck region. Herein, we describe a DSRCT in the maxilla of a young man, who was initially diagnosed with a primitive neuroectodermal tumor (PNET), based on histopathological appearance of a round cell tumor, with MIC2 and -FLI-1 positivity, on immunohistochemistry (IHC). Diagnosis of a DSRCT was confirmed on molecular analysis with positive -RT-PCR and sequencing results for EWS-WT1 transcript and negativity for EWS-FL1. The case is presented to highlight the value of molecular diagnosis in round cell sarcomas at uncommon sites, especially when similar IHC markers can be expressed in a PNET and a DSRCT. An exact diagnosis of a round cell sarcoma has a therapeutic relevance.
Sonoluminescence and collapse dynamics of multielectron bubbles in helium
J. Tempere,I. F. Silvera,S. Rekhi,J. T. Devreese
Physics , 2004, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.70.224303
Abstract: Multielectron bubbles (MEBs) differ from gas-filled bubbles in that it is the Coulomb repulsion of a nanometer thin layer of electrons that forces the bubble open rather than the pressure of an enclosed gas. We analyze the implosion of MEBs subjected to a pressure step, and find that despite the difference in the underlying processes the collapse dynamics is similar to that of gas-filled bubbles. When the MEB collapses, the electrons inside it undergo strong accelerations, leading to the emission of radiation. This type of sonoluminescence does not involve heating and ionisation of any gas inside the bubble. We investigate the conditions necessary to obtain sonoluminescence from multielectron bubbles and calculate the power spectrum of the emitted radiation.
Morquio syndrome (MPV IV)-A case report
Rekhi Gulbir
Indian Journal of Ophthalmology , 1991,
Abstract: A child, of normal intelligence, belonging to a nonconsanguineous marriage was diagnosed as MPS type IV the so called Morquio syndrome. Despite mild corneal cloudiness no other ophthalmological abnormalities were observed. Reilly granules in the leukocytes and abnormal mucopolysaccharides in urine confirmed the diagnosis.
Kearns-Sayre syndrome-A case report
Rekhi Gulbir
Indian Journal of Ophthalmology , 1990,
Abstract: A case of Kearns - Sayre Syndrome characterized by a triad of external ophthalmoplegia, retinal dystrophy and cardiomyopathy is discussed. Ocular examination and cardiologic screening of family members is requested.
A CO- RELATIONAL STUDY AMONG MENTAL HEALTH, PERSONALITY DIMENSIONS & PHYSICAL FITNESS OF ADOLESCENT BOYS
SATINDER PAUL
Golden Research Thoughts , 2013, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to co-relate mental health, personality & physical fitness of adolescent boys of Maharashtra State. A total of 150 samples belonging to different schools from Nagpur District of Maharashtra State .The age of the samples ranged from 13-18 years and all the samples selected from random basis. To measure mental health of selected subjects, mental health inventory prepared by Agashe and Helode (1996) was preferred. To find out personality, Junior Eysenck Personality Inventory (J.E.P.I) was adopted & for physical fitness Cooper,s JCR Test (1963) was used. Results found that there will be significant negative relationship between mental health and physical fitness. Physical fitness will showing there negative relationship with neuroticism and neuroticism will shown negative relationship with extraversion.
EFFECT OF YOGIC BREATHING TECHNIQUES ON CANT ABILITY AMONG KABADDI PLAYERS
SATINDER PAUL
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2013,
Abstract: The purpose of the present study was to determine the effects of Yogic Breathing Techniques on the improvement of cant ability of Kabaddi Players. For this study 30 male players were selected and the age of the subjects ranged between 18 to 23 years. All the samples selected from randomly. They were divided into two groups i.e. Experimental Group and Control Group. The pre and post tests were taken for all the subjects before and after the training respectively.The Significance of mean differences between the pre test and post test means were analyzed using 't' ratio and the level of significance chosen was 0.05 , Results found that that there is no significance difference between pre and post scores of the experiment.
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