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Concomitant endoscopic biliary, duodenal and colonic stent placement for advanced carcinoma of gall bladder

Sundaram S, Harindranath S, Rao PK, Ramani N, Kale A, Patkar S

Combined biliary and duodenal stent placement has been reported previously in multiple series. Rarely, colonic obstruction may present simultaneously with duodenal and biliary obstruction in advanced pancreaticobiliary cancers. Biliary, duodenal...
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Pathologic Doppelgänger: Thyroid–like intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma with synchronous primary thyroid carcinoma in a young woman

Mittal N, Bal M, Ramadwar M, Patkar S, Goel M

Intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma (ICC) accounts for 8-10% of all malignant liver tumors. Preponderance for elderly males and occurrence of varied morphological patterns in ICC is well known. Recent reports have described...
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Hepatocellular carcinoma metastasis to the buccal mucosa masquerading as oral cavity malignancy: Case report of a rare entity

Nadkarni S, Patkar S, Acharya R, Shah A, Patel S, Parray A, Goel M

Hepatocellular carcinoma, a disease of the developing world, is known to present with extrahepatic metastases. Most common site being the lungs, it is not uncommon for metastases to present at...
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Primary hepatic neuroendocrine tumours of liver- a rarity: Single centre analysis of 13 patients

Parray A, Patkar S, Goel M

BACKGROUNDS/AIMS: Primary hepatic neuroendocrine tumours (PHNETs) are a rarity and this rarity imparts management complexities. METHODS: A retrospective analysis of prospectively maintained liver database from 2009 to 2018 was performed and...
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Anterior Retropharyngeal Cage Distraction and Fixation for Basilar Invagination: “The Wedge Technique”

Patkar S

OBJECTIVE: Surgery is indicated for basilar invagination (BI) in symptomatic patients. In many patients, symptoms and signs occur due to an upward-migrated and malaligned odontoid with fixed or mobile atlantoaxial...
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Primary hepatic tuberculosis: A rare occurrence

Niyogi D, Goel M, Shinde RS, Patkar S

Primary hepatic tuberculosis is a rare entity and can closely mimic malignancy with respect to clinical presentation and imaging features. We identified five patients at a high volume tertiary care...
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Solitary fibrous tumor of the liver - An unusual entity: A case report and review of literature

Shinde RS, Gupta A, Goel M, Patkar S

Solitary fibrous tumor (SFT) of the liver is a rare entity and its presentation is usually delayed till they grow to a substantial size. Clinico-radiological features are non-specific, contributing to...
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Extracapsular excision of hepatic hemangioma: A single centre experience

Kanetkar A, Garg S, Patkar S, Shinde RS, Goel M

BACKGROUNDS/AIMS: Hepatic hemangioma is a common non-epithelial neoplasm of the liver. Presence of symptoms and uncertainty in diagnosis are the most common indications for surgery. METHODS: Eighteen patients with hepatic hemangioma,...
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Perioperative Epirubicin, Oxaliplatin, and Capecitabine Chemotherapy in Locally Advanced Gastric Cancer: Safety and Feasibility in an Interim Survival Analysis

Ostwal V, Sahu A, Ramaswamy , Sirohi B, Bose S, Talreja V, Goel M, Patkar S, Desouza A, Shrikhande SV

PURPOSE: Perioperative chemotherapy improves survival outcomes in locally advanced (LA) gastric cancer. MATERIALS AND METHODS: We retrospectively analyzed patients with LA gastric cancer who were offered perioperative chemotherapy consisting of epirubicin,...
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