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A RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF PALLIATIVE SURGICAL PROCEDURES 20-03-2018 Dr. Ashwin Kallianpur Vol.-4-Issue-1-Jan-2018-OncoExpert-Paper-1.pdf
Basal cell adenocarcinoma of lacrimal gland. 08-06-2016 Dr. Ashwin Kallianpur Abstract Basal cell adenocarcinoma (BCAC) is a recently described rare salivary gland tumor.They are locally invasive and destructive tumors with rare incidence of metastasis most commonly occur in the parotid gland followed by the submandibular and other minor salivary glands.The primary management of these tumors is surgery with or without adjuvant radiotherapy.Lacrimal gland is a very rare location of BCAC:only one case has been reported in English literature.We report a case of recurrent basai cell adenocarcinoma of lacrimal gland in a 75-year-old female.She had post history of local excision of a tumor in the lacrimal gland of same side 10 years back,details of which were not available with the patient.We discuss about the case and review the literature about treatment modality in basal cell adenocarcinoma Basal cell adenocarcinoma of lacrimal gland.pdf
A Novel Palliative Treatment for malignant and Recurrent car 08-06-2016 Dr. Ashwin Kallianpur Trans diaphragmatic approach to the pericardium through a subxiphoid incision is a safe ,rapid and effective way to obtain drainage of the pericardium fluid in patient of disseminated malignancy with recurrent cardiac tamponade .No drainage tubes are needed:pericardial fluid is adsorbed by the peritoneum:there is no need for double lumen tubes for single lung ventilation and the subxiphoid incisions are small and almost painless. Pericardial-peritoneal Window A Novel Palliative Treatment for Malignant and Recurrent Cardiuac Tamponade.pdf
An Update in the Management of Malignant Pleural Effusion 07-06-2016 Dr. Ashwin Kallianpur ABSTRACT Malignant pleural effusion (MPE) usually presents in the disseminated and advanced stage of malignancy dyspnea in the debilitating symptom which needs palliation in these patients . various modalities are available in the management of MPE . Careful consideration of the patient 's expected survival and quality of life is needed when deciding the optimum treatment modality in such patients .In this article ,different modalities of the palliative management of MPE are discussed with an attempt to derive a treatment algorithm for the management of MPE management of MPE are discussed with an attempt to derive a treatment algorithm for the management of MPE . An Update in the Management of Malignant Pleural Effusion.pdf
Updates on the multimodality management of desmoplastic 31-05-2016 Dr. Ashwin Kallianpur Abstract: Desmoplastic small round cell tumor (DSRCT) is a rare and an aggressive malignancy with poor outcome. this tumor can co-express epithelial, neural, and mesenchymal markers. The molecular hallmark of DSRCT is the EWS-WT 1 fusion protien. Despite the diverities in the treatment modality, the best results have been seen with radical surgery and adjuvant or neodajuvant chemotherapy. Updates on the multimodality management of desmoplastic small round cell tumor.pdf
Gall Bladder cancer in a child 31-05-2016 Dr. Ashwin Kallianpur We report a case of carcinoma of gallbladder in a 15-year-old boy, who presented to the outpatient clinic with a history of pain in the right hypochondrium since last 3 months and jaundice since 1 month with occasional fever, chills and rigor. Gall Bladder Cancer in a Child.pdf
Locally advanced Sebaceous Cell Carcinoma (T3) of eyelid 31-05-2016 Dr. Ashwin Kallianpur Abstract: Background: Sebaceous carcinoma (SbCC) is a rare malignancy that often mimics benign conditions. Lymphatic involvement, large T3 tumors herald a dismal survival for patients. We present our series of 13 cases of locally advanced SbCC of the eyelid treated at a surgical oncology unit and describe the clinical profile, patterns of nodal spread and recurrence pattern in this subset of SbCC. Locally advanced sebaceous cell carcinoma (T3) of Eyelid.pdf
A rare primary neuroendocrine skin tumor 23-03-2016 Dr. Ashwin Kallianpur ABSTRACT Merkel cell carcinoma (MCC) is a rare but aggressive cutaneous primary small cell carcinoma with an unfavorable prognosis. It is a disease of the sun exposed skin of the elderly commonly involving the head, neck, and extremities. Though most cases present as localized disease, treatment should be definitive with wide excision of the primary lesion (2‑3 cm margin) and prophylactic lymphadenectomy followed by irradiation to the primary site. Even when locoregional control is achieved, close surveillance is required due to high rates of local and systemic relapses. Chemotherapy is preserved for systemic disease, though the success of this treatment is limited and no chemotherapy protocol has been shown to improve survival. Merkel cell carcinoma-A rare primary neuroendocrine skin tumor.pdf
Management of incidentally detected gallbladder carcinomas 23-03-2016 Dr. Ashwin Kallianpur ABSTRACT Background: There is an increasing incidence of advanced unresectable gallbladder cancer even in patients who undergo re-exploration and these cases are marked by poor survival even after undergoing curative resection and adjuvant chemotherapy. Lack of suspicion during primary surgery, unavailability of frozen section facilities and delayed referrals are believed to contribute to this high incidence. Management of incidentally detected gallbladder carcinomas in a high prevalence area of gall bladder cancer.pdf
Inverted papilloma of the hard palate masquerading 23-03-2016 Dr. Ashwin Kallianpur ABSTRACT Inverted papilloma (IP) is a rare, benign tumor of the nose and paranasal sinus. However, it is locally aggressive, the recurrence rate is high and malignant transformation is possible. Until now, IP of the hard palate has rarely been reported in the literature. Here, we reported a case with IP of the hard palate, which clinically presented as a carcinomatous growth. The management of IP is complete surgical excision with a close follow‑up to detect early recurrence and/or malignant transformation. Inverted papilloma of the hard palate masquerading as a carcinoma.pdf

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