K Muthubabu's research while affiliated with Indian Institute of Head and Neck Oncology and other places

Publications (12)

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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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Chronic rhinosinusitis is one of the most commonly diagnosed medical conditions affecting all age groups. Hypertonic saline solution and isotonic saline solution are used in management of chronic rhinosinusitis. In this study we compare the effectiveness of isotonic saline and hypertonic saline in alleviation of symptoms and clinical outcome of pat...
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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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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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Eccrine porocarcinoma is a rare cutaneous neoplasm that mainly affects elderly people and grows slowly over a long period but often experiences an accelerated growth phase. Malignant eccrine poroma is a rare skin adnexal tumor arising from the eccrine sweat glands. It arises from different sites in the body extremities, palm and trunk. Porocarcinom...
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Capillary hemangioma is a common condition but a capillary hemangioma arising from the columella of the nose is rare. Here we report a 24 year old man who presented with a pedunculated swelling in the nasal columella. This was excised. Histopathological examination showed features suggestive of capillary hemangioma, the case was presented here due...
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Regauds tumour IS a lymphoepithelioma which usually arises III the nasopharynx. Outside the nasopharynx such lymphoepithelioma like carcinomas are exceedingly rare. Such tumours in the tonsil are rare. Here we report a 35 year old lady, a case of Regauds tumour involving the Rt. Tonsil. Tonsillectomy was performed and the patient was subjected to r...

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... Sixteen articles (13 RCTs and 3 meta-analyses) assessed adult CRS or mixed adults and children with CRS. 4,[42][43][44][45][46][47][48][49][50][51][52][53][54][55][56][57] One RCT was conducted in children. 58 Four RCTs compared the effects of nasal saline with nosaline treatment. ...
... This was done pre-operatively and 8 weeks post-operatively. 4. Intra-and postoperative complications Another aspect we took into consideration were the intra-and postoperative complications in both studied groups. ...
... surgery the surgeon is always keen about the high risk of complications in Tonsillectomy i.e. intra and post-operative haemorrhage which may even lead to shock and death [4]. ...
... Muthubabu K [32] defined Oral submucous fibrosis (OSF) is a disease with unknown aetiology and is a legacy of Indian Population. OSF is characterized by abnormal accumulation of collagen fibre in the oral submucosa. ...