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A rare case of lumbar hernia following iliac crest bone graft
Dilip Krishnarao Apturkar,Kundankumar Narayan Dandekar,Gokul Jaywant Jorwekar,Padmakar Kashinath Baviskar
International Journal of Biomedical and Advance Research , 2013, DOI: 10.7439/ijbar.v4i1.885
Abstract: Introduction: Harvesting bone graft from iliac crest is routine procedure in orthopaedics practice. Lumbar hernia following this procedure is rare. Lumbar hernia is classified as congenital, primary, post traumatic and incisional. Objective: Reporting herewith a case of right lumbar hernia in 58 years old female occurring 10 years following full thickness iliac crest bone graft. Conclusion: Iliac crest bone harvest needs to be performed meticulously to prevent postoperative hernia. If occurs, polypropylene mesh repair gives good results. Key Words: Lumbar hernia; iliac crest bone graft
Use of “One Minute Preceptor” in surgery OPD in Rural Medical College
Kundankumar Narayan Dandekar,Gokul Jaywant Jorwekar,Padmakar Kashinath Baviskar,Dilip Krishnarao Apturkar
International Journal of Biomedical and Advance Research , 2013, DOI: 10.7439/ijbar.v4i1.899
Abstract: Introduction- Post graduate students during OPD hours, sometimes find it difficult to reach the provisional diagnosis. There is rising tendency to send patients to investigations without utilizing history and clinical findings to reach the diagnosis. Ideal approach- Residents should take careful history, do thorough clinical examination and develop a thought process to utilize these findings to come to a provisional diagnosis. Aim - Use of “One Minute Preceptor” in surgery post graduate residents in surgery OPD. Objectives- The tendency to rush for investigations should change and they should utilize the investigative tools to reinforce their diagnosis rather than getting / seeking readymade diagnosis. Innovation- To achieve this goal, the use of ‘One Minute Preceptor’ was adapted which provides a different approach compared to the traditional teaching. Materials And Methods – 1.Preproject questionnaire 2.Implementation 3.Interval feedback 4. Assessment Results: The use of “One Minute Preceptor’ in Surgery residents in ambulatory setup of Surgery OPD has positively contributed in achieving objectives of developing thought process to reach provisional diagnosis by utilizing history and clinical examination.
EXPERIENCES WITH MC INDOES VAGINOPLASTY IN MAYER a€“ROKITANSKY- KUSTER- HAUSER SYNDROME-A CASE SERIES
Vidyadhar B Bangal,Kundankumar N. Dandekar,Kishor C. Gadhave,Rashmi K Singh
International Journal of Biomedical Research , 2013, DOI: 10.7439/ijbr.v3i5.461
Abstract: Background:- Vaginal agenesis or developmental absence of the vagina is one of the major congenital anomalies of the female genital tract. It is estimated to occur in 1 in 4,000-5,000 live female births.It may present either as an isolated developmental defect or within a complex of more extensive anomalies.Vaginal agenesis is most commonly associated with Mayer-Rokitansky-K ster-Hauser (MRKH) syndrome. The aim of this study was to share the experiences of McIndoe vaginoplasty operation, in the creation of a neovagina for patients with vaginal agenesis. Material and Methods:- This is a retrospective study of ten cases of vaginal agenesis, who had undergone McIndoe vaginoplasty over a period of 4 years (2008-2011) at Pravara Rural Hospital, a tertiary care teaching hospital located in rural area of Maharashtra,India. Results:- : McIndoe Vaginoplasty was performed with acrylic mould covered with partial thickness skin graft from the thigh in ten patients.The average age of the patients was 20 years.Nine women were unmarried at the time of surgery. The anatomical results were quite satisfactory.There were no major peri-operative complications.Average duration of hospital stay was twelve days.Four patients were found to have vaginal stenosis during the follow-up visits, due to non use or infrequent use of the vaginal mould. Conclusion:- McIndoe Vaginoplasty is a safe ,technically simple and useful procedure to treat the patients of vaginal agenesis.Good compliance regarding persistent use of the mould in postoperative period is essential for attaining functional neovagina.
EXPERIENCES WITH MC INDOES VAGINOPLASTY IN MAYER –ROKITANSKY- KUSTER- HAUSER SYNDROME-A CASE SERIES
Vidyadhar B Bangal,Kundankumar N. Dandekar,Kishor C. Gadhave,Rashmi K Singh
International Journal of Biomedical Research , 2012, DOI: 10.7439/ijbr.v3i5.461
Abstract: Background:- Vaginal agenesis or developmental absence of the vagina is one of the major congenital anomalies of the female genital tract. It is estimated to occur in 1 in 4,000-5,000 live female births.It may present either as an isolated developmental defect or within a complex of more extensive anomalies.Vaginal agenesis is most commonly associated with Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser (MRKH) syndrome. The aim of this study was to share the experiences of McIndoe vaginoplasty operation, in the creation of a neovagina for patients with vaginal agenesis. Material and Methods:- This is a retrospective study of ten cases of vaginal agenesis, who had undergone McIndoe vaginoplasty over a period of 4 years (2008-2011) at Pravara Rural Hospital, a tertiary care teaching hospital located in rural area of Maharashtra,India. Results:- : McIndoe Vaginoplasty was performed with acrylic mould covered with partial thickness skin graft from the thigh in ten patients.The average age of the patients was 20 years.Nine women were unmarried at the time of surgery. The anatomical results were quite satisfactory.There were no major peri-operative complications.Average duration of hospital stay was twelve days.Four patients were found to have vaginal stenosis during the follow-up visits, due to non use or infrequent use of the vaginal mould. Conclusion:- McIndoe Vaginoplasty is a safe ,technically simple and useful procedure to treat the patients of vaginal agenesis.Good compliance regarding persistent use of the mould in postoperative period is essential for attaining functional neovagina.
Comment on `Self-organized cooperative criticality in coupled complex systems'
Rahul Dandekar
Physics , 2014,
Abstract: In a recent Letter (EPL 105, 40006; arXiv:1309.7107), Liu and Hu presented a model of toppling-coupled sandpiles, where they found that the avalanche exponents for two toppling-coupled sandpiles are the same as those for a single uncoupled sandpile. In this Comment we provide a proof of this observation for the case when there is conservation of grains in the bulk.
inGeno – an integrated genome and ortholog viewer for improved genome to genome comparisons
Chunguang Liang, Thomas Dandekar
BMC Bioinformatics , 2006, DOI: 10.1186/1471-2105-7-461
Abstract: InGeno provides a user-friendly interactive visualization platform for sequence comparisons (comprehensive reciprocal protein – protein comparisons) between complete genome sequences and all associated annotations and features. The comparison data can be acquired from several different sequence analysis programs in flexible formats. Automatic dot-plot analysis includes output reduction, filtering, ortholog testing and linear regression, followed by smart clustering (local collinear blocks; LCBs) to reveal similar genome regions. Further, the system provides genome alignment and visualization editor, collinear relationships and strain-specific islands. Specific annotations and functions are parsed, recognized, clustered, logically concatenated and visualized and summarized in reports.As shown in this study, inGeno can be applied to study and compare in particular prokaryotic genomes against each other (gram positive and negative as well as close and more distantly related species) and has been proven to be sensitive and accurate. This modular software is user-friendly and easily accommodates new routines to meet specific user-defined requirements.Genomes are dynamic in nature and are known to undergo various types of changes in their evolution. Gene duplications result in paralogs, whereas gene deletions may induce loss of functionality. Recombination causes genome rearrangements, horizontal transfer introduces genetic materials into bacterial chromosomes, enabling the organism to recruit novel metabolic enzymes and consequently to survive in a different environment [1].Early comparison methods to evaluate genome differences such as Needleman-Wunsch global alignment [2] and Smith-Waterman local alignment [3] were designed to identify sequence differences on a small scale. The methods use dynamic programming algorithms and have been proven to be sensitive to find an optimal alignment between sequences.The increasing number of organisms whose genomes have been complete
Lead expansion and virtual screening of Indinavir derivate HIV-1 protease inhibitors using pharmacophoric - shape similarity scoring function
Sergey Shityakov,Thomas Dandekar
Bioinformation , 2010,
Abstract: Indinavir (Crivaxan ) is a potent inhibitor of the HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) protease. This enzyme has an important role in viral replication and is considered to be very attractive target for new antiretroviral drugs. However, it becomes less effective due to highly resistant new viral strains of HIV, which have multiple mutations in their proteases. For this reason, we used a lead expansion method to create a new set of compounds with a new mode of action to protease binding site. 1300 compounds chemically diverse from the initial hit were generated and screened to determine their ability to interact with protease and establish their QSAR properties. Further computational analyses revealed one unique compound with different protease binding ability from the initial hit and its role for possible new class of protease inhibitors is discussed in this report.
Aggressive angiomyxoma of female vulva
Gore G,Dandekar L
Indian Journal of Cancer , 2010,
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Delay-Power Performance Comparison of Multipliers in VLSI Circuit Design
Sumit Vaidya,Deepak Dandekar
International Journal of Computer Networks & Communications , 2010,
Abstract: A typical processor central processing unit devotes a considerable amount of processing time inperforming arithmetic operations, particularly multiplication operations. Multiplication is one of thebasic arithmetic operations and it requires substantially more hardware resources and processing timethan addition and subtraction. In fact, 8.72% of all the instruction in typical processing units ismultiplication. In this paper, comparative study of different multipliers is done for low power requirementand high speed. The paper gives information of “Urdhva Tiryakbhyam” algorithm of Ancient IndianVedic Mathematics which is utilized for multiplication to improve the speed, area parameters ofmultipliers. Vedic Mathematics suggests one more formula for multiplication of large number i.e.“Nikhilam Sutra” which can increase the speed of multiplier by reducing the number of iterations.
IMPACT OF SHORT TERM TRAINING OF ANULOM VILOM PRANAYAM ON BLOOD PRESSURE AND PULSE RATE IN HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS
Dandekar Pradnya Deepak
International Journal of Research in Ayurveda and Pharmacy , 2013, DOI: 10.7897/2277-4343.04234
Abstract: In present scenario, Yoga is becoming most popular science due to its positive effect on health. To achieve preventive, curative and rehabilitative aspects of health, Yoga draws the attention of large group of people. Prana (energy) and Ayam (to expand or control) form the word Pranayam. Pranayam is a technique to control or expand the energy in body. Practice of Pranayam has been known to modulate cardiac autonomic status with an improvement in cardio-respiratory functions. Keeping this in view, the present study designed to determine whether Anulom- Vilom Pranayam followed by Shawasan has immediate effect on pulse rate, systolic and diastolic blood pressure. Thirty normal healthy subjects aged between 17-20 years, volunteered for this study. All the selected physiological parameters were measured before and after performing ‘Anulom – Vilom Pranayama’ followed by Shawasan for four weeks. Experimental group showed a significant decline in Systolic Blood Pressure (p<0.021). On other hand there was no significant change in Diastolic Blood Pressure and pulse rate, though it showed slight decrease. Our study indicates that, short-term training of ‘Anulom- Vilom Pranayam ‘shows significant decrease in Systolic Blood Pressure. Control of breathing process to make it deep and prolong by doing alternate nostril breathing with slow and rhythmic manner brings about balance in autonomous nervous system. In addition, practice of Anulom- Vilom pranayama for short-term duration could get better parasympathetic control over the heart.
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