Abhishek Ghosh

Abhishek Ghosh
Noble Hospital and Research Centre · Microvascular and cosmetic surgery

MBBS, MS(DNB), Fellow in Minimal Access Surgery, Fellow in Microvascular & Cosmetic surgery

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Introduction
Dr Abhishek Ghosh currently works at the Microvascular, Cosmetic and reconstructive surgeron in Pune.He is attached to various premier hospitals in the city and has done outstanding work in his field.'.
Additional affiliations
May 2019 - present
Noble hospital, Pune
Position
  • Post graduate guide for DNB surgery student
February 2009 - present
Specialist hospital
Position
  • Vascularized Free fibula flap for lower limb reconstruction
Description
  • Free Fibula flap, Type 3b tibial injuries
March 2003 - present
Poona Hospital, Prayagdham charitable hospital
Position
  • Comparative study between mesh repair and Dr Desarda,s repair for inguinal hernias

Publications

Publications (6)
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Loss of all toes not only causes tremendous psychological impact but also causes a significant functional defect. There is no reported case of replantation ofen bloc amputation of all five toes and very few papers on single or double toe replantations hence we had to rely on our experiences and logic to salvage the amputated part. Here, we report t...
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Proximal arm replants are devastating injuries which leave significant disability for the patient. Replantation of proximal limb injuries is widely considered to have poor results, especially so of the proximal third of the arm due to the difficulty in anastomosis of the vessels in the axilla. Furthermore, crush avulsion injuries have a much worse...
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Complex facial injuries with soft tissue degloving and bony avulsion are very devastating to the patient. Partial degloving injuries are described but hemifacial degloving with zygoma avulsion are rare. The author presents a case of post-traumatic degloving of the left upper lip, nose, part of forehead, upper and lower eyelids and cheek with avulsi...
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Severe post burns contracture in children not only leads to functional impairment but also has profound psychological impact on the child. Untreated neck contractures have been shown to inhibit mandibular growth. Skin grafting in children has a higher rate of recurrence and in these cases a thin pliable flap seems to provide a durable solution. To...
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Background: The first author has described a new technique of pure tissue hernia repair and published his results previously1,2. This article describes the results of a comparative study of this new technique and the open mesh repair done in a district level general hospital set up in India. Methods: This is a retrospective study of 269 hernias ope...

Projects

Projects (2)
Project
Microsurgery is an excellent addition to the armamentarium of burns reconstruction.