Ramesh Narula

Ramesh Narula
Rohilkhand Medical College and Hospital · Department of Orthopaedics

MBBS,D.Orth,MS(Orth),FAIMER

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January 2008 - July 2016
Rohilkhand Medical College and Hospital
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Introduction: Femoral injuries are one of the most devastating injuries occurring in a life on an individual. Present study was done with the objective to study the age and sex incidence of fracture neck of femur, quality of life after hemiarthroplasty, morbidity and mortality associated with the procedure, recovery of physical, social and vocation...
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Background: Planter Fasciitis is an annoying and painful condition that limits function. There is pain and tenderness in the sole of the foot, mostly under the heel, with standing or walking and is considered a self limiting condition. Symptoms resolve in 80% to 90% of cases within ten months. However, this long interval is frustrating for both pa...
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s: Background: Musculoskeletal injuries needing urgent care are often amongst the commonest conditions at the first referral health facilities. They are initially being treated by non-specialist doctors, nurses and paramedics. By the time the patients reach a specialized tertiary care centre they have malunited or ununited limb bone fractures or es...
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Introduction: In India Tuberculosis is quite prevalent and we often overlook other lesions due to
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Background: Hypovitaminosis D is widely prevalent in India and is a formidable issue especially in postmenopausal women. The study intends to estimate the prevalence of vitamin D deficiency among postmenopausal women with osteoporosis. Methods: The study was performed at a referral teaching institute in north India between 2007 and 2009. One hun...
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Osteoporosis is far the most common metabolic bone disease and is often called the "silent" disease, because bone loss occurs without symptoms. People often don't know they have the disease until bone breaks, following trivial injury. The consequences of osteoporosis are financial, physical, and psychosocial, which significantly affect the individu...
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Clinical studies show that treatment with strontium ranelate which is comparatively a new oral agent leads to relatively larger increases in (Bone Mineral Density) BMD compared with alternative agents such as biphosphanates. The present study was designed to compare the effect of treatment with Risedronate and Strontium ranelate on clinical and rad...
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A case of histopathologically verified soft tissue osteochondroma of the elbow joint is presented along with clinical and radiographic findings. The unique feature of this case is that the joint capsule was intact and the tumour was entirely extra-articular. A diagnosis of extraskeletal osteochondroma should be considered when a discrete ossified m...
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Renal osteodystrophy is a common long term complication of end stage renal disease. We here by present a case of unusual presentation of renal osteodystrophy in young female who reported as chronic backache with stiffness.Case report-A 21 year's old, unmarried female presented with progressive low back pain and gradual restriction of movements of s...
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Fractures around ankle are quite common and sometimes they are irreducible. Bosworth fracture dislocation has been described in which distal end of proximal fragment of fibula is displaced behind posterolateral ridge of the distal tibia and locked there. This situation is not recognized unless one is aware that it can occur and reduction is possibl...
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Background: The attention span in a lecture is roughly 15 minutes. After this time, it has been observed that the number of students who pay attention begins to drop dramatically, leading to loss in the retention of lecture material.
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Attention span in a lecture is roughly 15 minutes. After this has been seen that no. of students paying attention begins to drop dramatically leading to loss in retention of lecture material. Objective of present study was to examine the effectiveness of humor when used as an intervention. The present Interventional, Randomized control trial study...
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Background: In recent years there has been a growing appreci-ation of the issues of quality of life and stresses involved in medical training as this may affect their learning and academic performance. Objective of the study was to explore the effect-iveness of humor when used as intervention in large group teaching over negative emotions amongst s...
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Lymphatic Filariasis / Elephantiasis is a disfiguring illness causing swelling: a chronic disease in which parasitic worms obstruct the lymphatic system, causing enlargement of parts of the body, e.g. the legs. We recently came across a young lady with an advanced stage of disease. Her agony and horrifying look of right leg propelled us to report h...

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