Sukanta Sikdar's research while affiliated with Medical College Kolkata and other places

Publications (5)

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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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Background: Intestinal malrotation refers to the partial or complete failure of rotation of midgut around the superior mesenteric vessels in embryonic life. Arrested midgut rotation results due to narrow-based mesentery and increases the risk of twisting midgut and subsequent obstruction and necrosis. Midgut volvulus secondary to intestinal malrota...
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Background: Scrotal abdomen is not a common today, but most challenging case even in experienced general surgeon, as there is no standard surgical procedure. They present as a huge inguinoscrotal swelling for a longstanding, neglected to treatment, because fear of operative intervention and remote places where medical service is inadequate. The mor...
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Background: The objective of any mastectomy is to rid the chest wall of any breast tissue but since the breast being unencapsulated, there is every chance that some amount of breast tissue may be left behind in the skin aps after resection. As the remnant breast tissue is likely to be exposed to the same carcinogenic risk factors as the tissue rem...
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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...