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Case report

Any interesting case study highlighting new facts or diagnostic challenge may be submitted. It should have maximum of 1500 words with a maximum of 15 references. A maximum of TWO figures, TWO tables may be allowed
Fleet Enema for Severe Tar Burn Injury
Figure 1: Initial presentation of severe tar burn injuries
Cavernous-carotid Fistula with Venous Stasis Retinopathy
Figure 1: Anterior segment photo of left eye during first presentation showing cork-screw vessels
CBDS Post-Phacoemulsification with IOL Implantation
Malperfusion, aVR Elevation, Aortic Dissection
Cardiac Arrest in Leptospirosis
Foreign Body Aspiration in Adult
Figure 1: CXR post-intubation before any bronchoscopy and suctioning intervention. Right lung atelectasis and shifting of trachea towards right lung noted.
Avulsion Fracture of Pelvic Apophyses
Figure 1: Plain pelvis radiograph showing avulsion fracture of right anterior superior iliac spine (white arrow).
Meralgia Paresthetica
Figure 1: Ultrasound comparing the right and left thigh. Ultrasound showed muscles at lateral aspect of right thigh are heterogeneously hyperechoic. No collection seen at subcutaneous tissue or intramuscularly.
A Disguised Cased of Lung Miliary Adenocarcinoma
Figure 1: Bilateral reticulonodular opacities at plain chest x-ray. Middle zones are prominently opacified. A typical findings of miliary picture.
Four Siblings with Congenital Scoliosis
Figure 1: (A) Whole spine radiograph showing thoracolumbar curve with Cobb’s angle of 80˚, apex at T11 and failure of vertebral segmentation at multiple levels. (B) Improvement in Cobb’s angle of 56˚ with improvement in lung volume post-surgery.