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   2002| January  | Volume 36 | Issue 1  
    Online since March 20, 2009

 
 
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SYMPOSIUM
Post-operative management of acetabular fractures
M Thacker
January 2002, 36(1):29-30
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CASE REPORTS
Tuberculous rheumatism (Poncet's disease) A case report
H Rao, LR Sharma, N Rao
January 2002, 36(1):53-54
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SYMPOSIUM
Anaesthesia for surgical management of fractures of acetabulum
S Kulkarni
January 2002, 36(1):10-11
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Total hip replacement following acetabular fractures
H Bhende
January 2002, 36(1):33-35
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ORIGINAL ARTICLES
Role of intracavernous papaverine induced erections in sexual rehabilitation of paraplegic patients - A clinico psychological study
SC Sharma, R Singh, SS Sangwan, S Singh
January 2002, 36(1):42-45
Fifty four male patients with spinal cord injury (SCI) with injury levels between D1 and L 3 were given intracavernous injection of papaverine to study its effects in the form of erection, rigidity, maximum duration of erection, possibility of ejaculation, coitus and psychological satisfaction. Fifty patients could be followed up. Of them 40 had full erection, eight partial and two had no erection. Mean dose given was 15 mg (range 10 - 30 mg). Duration of erection was 1 to 4 hour in 46 patients and in none it lasted for more than 5 hours. Eight patients had off and on ejaculation and semen analysis showed increased number of deformed and less motile sperms. Forty six patients were psychologically satisfied. Except for few minor complications like bruise (5), automatic dysreflexia (2) and intraurethral injections (4), no major complication occurred. Intracavernous papaverine therapy is safe, cheap and effective in paraplegics with erectile impotence. This mode of treatment may be used with confidence in socio-sexual rehabilitation of male paraplegics with SCI.
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The clinical correlation of tight tendo achilles with plantar fasciitis
A Wokhlu, J Rai, SS Gill
January 2002, 36(1):49-52
Plantar fasciitis is a common foot complaint due to the overload of plantar fascia at its calcaneal insertion compounded by other associated anatomical or systemic causes. One hundred feet in 50 patients over the age of 20 years were studied, and categorised into symptomatic and asymptomatic, and asymptomatic feet were used as control. Significant restriction of dorsiflexion was noticed when measured with knee in extension and with knee in flexion. No correlation was observed between duration of symptoms and the degree of restriction of dorsiflexion as well as the loss of power and degree of decrease in circumference or bulk of posterior calf muscles. No correlation was found between plantar fascitis and obesity, pes planus, diabetes, gout, rheumatoid arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis and calcaneal bone spur. The strength and flexibility deficits in posterior calf musculature in plantar fasciitis was seen. These deficits are either the cause or contribute to the morbidity.
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Role of fine needle aspiration cytology in vertebral body lesions
R Aggarwal, U Bandlish, S Mahajan, N Gupta, R Rambani
January 2002, 36(1):46-48
To evaluate the role of FNAC in the diagnosis of vertebral body lesions, FNAC under image intensifier control was carried out on 25 cases in which the diagnosis was not clear on X-rays/ CT scan examination. Comparison was made between the provisional, cytological and the final diagnosis. The study confirmed the usefulness of FNAC in all regions of spine from C 6 to L 5 with accuracy of over 75%. The procedure was quick, inexpensive and could be performed as an outdoor procedure with minimal complications.
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SYMPOSIUM
Classification of acetabular fractures
S Dhar
January 2002, 36(1):5-7
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Disability assessment after fracture acetabulum
BD Athani, SP Chatterjee
January 2002, 36(1):39-41
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Radiology of acetabular fractures
B Jankharia, N Sosi
January 2002, 36(1):8-9
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Surgical approaches to the acetabulum
P Suryanarayan, AR Kesavan
January 2002, 36(1):17-19
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Surgical anatomy of acetabulum
SS Patel
January 2002, 36(1):3-3
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Principles of management of acetabular fractures
CJ Thakkar, NK Magu
January 2002, 36(1):13-16
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Posterior column fractures
SSK Marthandam
January 2002, 36(1):25-26
  1,161 117 -
Anterior fractures of acetabulum
RK Sen, ON Nagi
January 2002, 36(1):22-24
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CASE REPORTS
Hereditary osteo-onycho-dysplasia A case report
V Kumar, UK Jain, SS Mehta
January 2002, 36(1):55-56
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SYMPOSIUM
Acetabular fractures: Late presentation
NS Laud
January 2002, 36(1):31-32
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Acetabular Fractures
CJ Thakkar
January 2002, 36(1):2-2
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Complications of fracture acetabulum
Parag Sancheti
January 2002, 36(1):36-37
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NEWS AND VIEWS
Treatment of chronic arthritis: Selective NSAIDs are not necessarily non­-nephrotoxic
Dipankar Bhowmik, Suresh C Tiwari
January 2002, 36(1):61-61
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An indigenous way to prevent equinus in limb lengthening
RK Arora
January 2002, 36(1):59-61
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SYMPOSIUM
Complex fractures of the acetabulum
CJ Thakkar
January 2002, 36(1):27-28
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PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS
Presidential Address
SS Babhulkar
January 2002, 36(1):62-64
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SYMPOSIUM
Implant selection and placement in acetabular fractures
S Ganorkar, M Thacker, CJ Thacker
January 2002, 36(1):20-21
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CASE REPORTS
Intrasacral Schwannoma A case report
R Ayengar, KR Patond
January 2002, 36(1):57-58
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SYMPOSIUM
Mechanism of injury
D Desai
January 2002, 36(1):4-4
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Newer frontiers in management of acetabular fractures
CJ Thakkar
January 2002, 36(1):38-38
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EDITORIAL
Wanted more gimpers for Orthopaedics
NA Antao
January 2002, 36(1):1-1
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SYMPOSIUM
Algorithm for emergency management
J Patankar
January 2002, 36(1):12-12
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