Month: July 2013

Press Release

Doctors or Dacoits !

  Before you visit a new doctor, it may be a good idea to check where he got his medical degree and whether he was part of the college’s ‘management quota’. I know it may not sound good to all of us but still this “quota” has to upkeep the medical education system of the […]

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For Students / PG Aspirants

Anterior Cruciate Ligament

Anatomy ACL Function Provides 85% of the stability to prevent anterior translation of the tibia relative to the femur. Acts as secondary restraint to tibial rotation and varus/valgus rotation. ACL Anatomy 33mm x 11mm in size. Goes from Lateral femoral condyle to anterior tibia (Tibial insertion is broad and irregular and inserts just anterior and between […]

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For Students / PG Aspirants

Platelet Rich Plasma – How does it work ?

Platelet rich plasma (PRP) consists of plasma sample from one’s own blood enriched with autologous platelets Indications : Controversially used in Orthopaedics for possible stimulation of bone and soft tissue healing. Preparation technique : PRP is created by centrifugation of blood to separate platelet rich plasma layer from a sample of whole blood. Calcium chloride used to […]

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