Subhabrata Das's research while affiliated with Medical College Kolkata and other places

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A postmenopausal lady presented with an uncomplicated umbilical hernia and a hugely distended abdomen without any other overt symptoms. A large pelvi-abdominal lump was palpable. CT showed a huge mass which filled up the entire pelvis and most of the abdomen, with a part of it protruding through the umbilicus. Diagnosis was established histopatholo...
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Background: The various presentations of carcinoma of the colon are well known. Abscess formation occurs in 0.3 to 0.4% and is the second most common complication of perforated lesions. Perforation and penetration of adjacent organs with intra-abdominal abscess formation as the initial presentation is uncommon. It is difcult to make an accurate di...
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The transformed cells in a neoplasm, whether benign or malignant, often resemble each other, as though all had been derived from a single progenitor, consistent with the monoclonal origin of the tumor. Myxoid neurobroma (MN) is a benign tumor of perineural origin, which is demonstrated by positive immunohistochemical staining for S100 protein. The...
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A 70-year-old lady presented with a 5-month history of dull, right upper quadrant abdominal pain, associated with nausea, vomiting and anorexia. Clinical examination revealed hepatomegaly and a hard palpable lump in continuity with the liver. Abdominal CT scan revealed striking images of calcification of the gallbladder wall, along with a hyperdens...
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Ganglions cysts are very common surgical encounters. We present a ganglion with unusual clinical features and strikingly brilliant transillumination in a 45-year-old lady.