Saai Ram Thejas

Saai Ram Thejas
RVM Institute of Medical Sciences · Otorhinolaryngology

Masters in Otorhinolaryngology

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Additional affiliations
June 2020 - present
RVM Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
June 2019 - June 2020
RVM Institute of Medical Sciences and Hospital
Position
  • Medical Doctor
March 2014 - March 2015
Bhaskar Medical College and General Hospital
Position
  • House Surgeon
Education
October 2019 - November 2020
National Institute of Business Management
Field of study
  • Hospital Management and Administration
May 2016 - April 2019
August 2009 - March 2014

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Publications (20)
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OBJECTIVE. To compare the outcomes of Intranasal Antrostomy (INA) with Nasoantral Window-Plasty and endoscopic Middle Meatal Antrostomy (MMA) in patients with isolated chronic maxillary sinusitis using an elaborate and detailed set of parameters. MATERIAL AND METHODS. All patients with clinically diagnosed chronic maxillary rhinosinusitis (unilater...
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The study aimed to find the diagnostic significance of serum Vitamin D in various stages of Breast Carcinoma. Epidemiological studies state an increase in the incidence of breast cancer and are one of the commonest forms of cancer linked to mortality in women. Unfortunately, despite Maximum treatment, results are not satisfactory, and survival rate...
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Aims: To present an atypical case of a neck swelling in the left posterior triangle. Case Presentation: A 21 year old girl presented with a painless swelling in left upper neck since 2 months, difficulty in swallowing, fever and loss of appetite since 15 days. On inspection, the swelling could not be seen with the naked eye. On palpation, it was sp...
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Introduction: Isotretinoin (ITT) a first-generation synthetic retinoid derived from Vitamin A for the treatment of Acne Vulgaris (AV). It effectively treats acne by acting on the pathogenetic mechanisms like comedolytic effect, anti-inflammatory effect, sebostatic effect and the inhibitory effect on proliferation of Propionibacterium acnes. The fir...
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p class="abstract"> Background: Allergic rhinitis (AR) is the most prevalent atopic disease in the world. It involves clinical hypersensitivity of the nasal mucosa to foreign substances mediated through immunoglobulin E antibodies. The quantitative Score for allergic rhinitis (SFAR) ranging between 0 and 16 has been in use from 2002. Methods: 240 p...
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Tonsillectomy as a surgical procedure has been practiced by ENT surgeons for a very long time. A common indication for Tonsillectomy is Chronic Tonsillitis, among others. The surgery is largely safe irrespective of the method used. Haemorrhage can be a life-threatening complication post Tonsillectomy if it is not identified and treated immediately....
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Introduction Laryngopharyngeal Reflux (LPR) is highly prevalent in the general population and its impact on health systems is growing dramatically by the day. The contents of the stomach flowing back into the oesophagus, pharynx and larynx because of a transient relaxation of the lower oesophageal sphincter leads to a spectrum of symptoms diagnose...
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p> Background: Chronic suppurative otitis media (CSOM) has been an important cause of hearing loss and ear discharge in people affected by it for a significant time now. Its prevalence is more in developing countries where the socioeconomic status is low. Poor and overcrowded living conditions, poor hygiene and nutrition have been suggested as a ba...
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BACKGROUND. Septoplasty is an age-old surgery performed mainly for a deviated nasal septum. Various methods have been described and the surgery is left to the choice of the surgeon. Traditional septoplasty has taken a back seat in the modern era because of various complications. Newer techniques are being practiced owing to better outcomes. Hydrodi...
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Inflammatory and infectious diseases of tonsils are common in paediatric and adult otolaryngological practice and ensue in tonsillectomy which is a common surgical procedure. Dissection and snare method is being performed for ages and has evolved over a period of time while coblation is a newer technique started in 1997. It combines radiofrequency...
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Septal Correction is an age-old procedure being practiced for the major part of a century now. The aim of this study was to assess the quality of life after Septal Correction. Fifty patients with complaints of nasal obstruction, trouble breathing via the nose, headache and facial pain were selected for the study. Initial pre-operative assessment wa...
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The nasal airways and their close association to paranasal sinuses are an integral part of the respiratory tract. Mucociliary clearance is the predominant clearance mechanism for both upper and lower airways. The two components of mucociliary clearance are cilia and the secretions above them. It is known that CRS coexists in as many as 40-75% of pa...
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BACKGROUND Chronic Otitis Media is a permanent abnormality of the pars tensa or flaccida, most likely a result of earlier acute otitis media, negative middle ear pressure or otitis media with effusion. METHODS In our study, we evaluated the hearing status by means of a Pure Tone Audiometry in patients with inactive mucosal chronic otitis media unde...
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BACKGROUND Chronic Otitis Media is a permanent abnormality of the pars tensa or flaccida, most likely a result of earlier acute otitis media, negative middle ear pressure or otitis media with effusion. METHODS In our study, we evaluated the hearing status by means of a Pure Tone Audiometry in patients with inactive mucosal chronic otitis media unde...
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Septal Correction is an age-old procedure being practiced for the major part of a century now. The aim of this study was to assess the quality of life after Septal Correction. Fifty patients with complaints of nasal obstruction, trouble breathing via the nose, headache and facial pain were selected for the study. Initial pre-operative assessment wa...
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Introduction: Nasal septal deviation is a common diagnosis made by an otorhinolaryngologist, and septoplasty or submucous resection is among the most common daycare procedures practiced in the clinic. Aims and Objectives: The aim of this study was to assess clinically if at all, there is any change in the symptoms of a person post an isolated septa...
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Inflammatory and infectious diseases of tonsils are common in paediatric and adult otolaryngological practice and ensue in tonsillectomy which is a common surgical procedure. Dissection and snare method is being performed for ages and has evolved over a period of time while coblation is a newer technique started in 1997. It combines radiofrequency...

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