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Patient: MASTER YOGESH
Age: 3 years
OP Number: 66122

Master Yogesh aged 3 years is diagnosed with a chromosomal disorder, CHROMOSOME 46XY, right descended testicle and hypospadiasis.

Doctors have informed that Master Yogesh has to undergo PENOSCROTAL HYPOSPADIASIS AND NON PALPABALE LEFT TESTIS

Cost for the surgery was high, patient family was only able afford to pay only half of the amount .

They have approached Sanjeevini Foundation for the remaining cost to help them. And Sanjeevini Foundation have helped them to get the surgery done by us on 23 rd Feb 2017.

Kindly donate whatever is possible to help Master Yogesh for his surgery. You can contact Mr. Viresh on +919591434723 for more details.

 

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Recent Success Story by Sanjeevini Foundation & Hospital
Sanjeevini Foundation has raised funds to help poor patient who underwent surgery and who was in need of Medical Treatment.
Patient: MASTER YOGESH
Age: 3 years
OP Number: 66122
Master Yogesh aged 3 years is diagnosed with a CHROMOSOME 46XY, Right undescended testicle and pereneal hypospadiasis with penoscrotal transposition with bifid scrotum.
Doctor has informed that, Master Yogesh has to undergo
1. Correction of chordee.
2. Proximal TIP repair with distal ducketts urethroplasty.
3. Correction Penoscrotal Transposition.
4. Scrotoplasty.
Cost for the surgery was high, patient family was only able afford to pay only half of the amount .
They have approached Sanjeevini Foundation for the remaining cost to help them. And Sanjeevini Foundation & Hospital have helped them to get the surgery done on 23rd February 2017, guided by our MD Dr. Subhash K Reddy Senior Pediatrician & Surgery done by Dr. Narendra Babu. M Pediatric Surgeon the patient is also keeping well,
Thanks to the Donator !
Who donated their kindness, care and helped the boy and his family to recover from his Medical crises for making the life of this boy very delighting as ever …

Master Yogesh has under gone penoscrotal hypospadiasis and non palpabale left testis
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Rare case of extra gigantic digit of sole.

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Abstract: We report a rare case of extra gigantic digit of sole in a male boy. Parents were concerned about the growth of the digit  and more importantly they were concerned about the future walking of the child.It was decided to operate on the child at about 6 months of age. This was decided so that the developmental milestone of walking which is usually between 9 months to 1 year is not affected.

Key words:

Gigantic

Extra digit

Case report: We report a rare case of extra gigantic digit of sole in a male boy . He was initially seen at age of 3 months when the parents brought him to us with complaints of an extra growth on right foot which was growing in size along with general growth of the baby(Figure 1). Parents were concerned about the growth of the digit and more importantly they were concerned about the future walking of the child.

The baby was checked for any other congenital anomalies by pediatric team and anomaly screening was negative. It was decided to operate on the child at about 6 months of age. This was decided so that the developmental milestone of  walking which is usually between 9 months to 1 year is not affected.

Dr.Subhash Reddy ,Dr.Chetan Satish,

DEAR EDITOR

The classification of ulnar polydactyly exists of either two or three types. The two-stage classification according to Temtamy and McKusick involves type A and B. In type A there is an extra little finger at the metacarpophalangeal Joint, or more proximal including the carpometacarpal joint. The little finger can be hypoplastic or fully developed. Type B varies from a nubbin to an extra, non-functional little finger part on a pedicle. According to the three-type classification, type I includes nubbins or floating little fingers, type II includes duplications at the MCPJ, and type III includes duplications of the entire ray.1

We report a rare case of extra gigantic digit of sole in a boy. He was initially seen at age of 3 months when the parents brought
him to us with complaints of an extra growth on right foot which was growing in size along with general growth of the baby. The
peculiar thumb like appearance though on the ulnar aspect of foot was striking. Parents were concerned about the growth of the
digit and more importantly they were concerned about the future walking of the child.

The baby was checked for any other congenital anomalies by pediatric team and anomaly screening was negative. It was decided to operate on the child at about 6 months of age. This was decided so that the developmental milestone of walking
which is usually between 9 months to 1 year is not affected. Radiological imaging showed the extra digit to have a well formed metatarsal bone and rudimentary phalanges. Surgical excision of the extra digit was undertaken and filleting of skin flap of extra digit was used to close the defect. Bone was disarticulated from the bifurcation of metatarsal joint. At present the child has started to stand with support at age of 9 months and has begun to take some baby steps to the delight of the parents.

Much of the initial growth and patterning of limbs occurs during weeks 4-8. Limb buds appear at about 4 weeks and much of the
basic structures of the limbs (bones and muscle groups) are established by 8 weeks. After 8 weeks, the limb elements then just
increase in size. Disruption of growth and/or patterning can result in many possible defects. Polydactyly: extra
digits (disruption–usually upregulation– of Shh pathway).2,3 This rare case is reported for gigantic ulnar polydactyly for 2 reasons.

The first is the gigantic size of the digit with peculiar thumb like appearance and second to highlight the importance of
excision of the digit at right age before the child takes the first baby steps that can be added to the literature.

Sanjeevani Hospital, Bangalore, India

Corresponding Author:

Dr.Subhash Reddy, MD.

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Recent  Success  Story
Patient: Mr.Timmegowda
Age: 60 years
Mr. Timmegowda 60 years, came with the complaints of pain in the lower limb and with the pus collection, numbness
The patient was diagnosed to have NECROSIS LEFT LOWER LIMB GANGRENOUS SCHEMIA and he underwent a surgery Embolectomy and amputation above knee (proximal thigh ) Patient got the surgery done by us on 12th March 2017; the patient is also keeping well.

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