A 6-year-old boy suffering from severe sinusitis with right sided orbital cellulitis prevented from losing eyesight.
The incidence of orbital abscess in children with acute sinusitis is less than 1 per cent. It’s an extremely rare and serious condition which needs urgent surgery.
The principles of head and neck, lateral skull-based approach, and endoscopic techniques were used together to treat facial nerve schwannoma and to retain the entire functionality of the ear.
There are major challenges in the preoperative diagnosis and differentiation between a Benign Phyllodes and a Malignant Phyllodes. This challenge is compounded by the surgical technique to be utilized to excise them with a clear margin to prevent recurrence and preserve the cosmesis of the breast.
The infant was suspected to have Congenital rubella syndrome resulting in Patent Ductus Arteriosus, a heart defect leading to heart failure.
The patient's amniotic membrane was damaged at around 24 weeks due to which the amniotic fluid leaked out. Platelet rich plasma and cryoprecipitate were injected to seal the hole in the membrane.
A 3D printing technique saved the knee joint and limb of an 8-year-old boy suffering from bone cancer.
The patient successfully underwent biological reconstruction. Doctors at APCC have used the 3D printing technique to save the knee joint and limb of an eight-year-old boy who was diagnosed with bone cancer.
Patient, Mrs. Rima, was diagnosed with a rare complication of foetal hydrops during her 24th week of pregnancy where fluids get accumulated in the foetus, making the baby anemic.
Interstitial Diode Laser Therapy procedure performed by doctors gave a new lease of life to an unborn baby.
The mother was having a monochorionic twin pregnancy in which there is a high chance of cross (selective) intrauterine growth restriction called Twin-to-Twin-transfusion syndrome (TTTS)
Endovascular Embolization saved the life of a neonate diagnosed with Vein of Galen Malformation (VOGM)
An emergency Endovascular Embolization was performed on a 48-hour-old baby for an extremely rare blood vessel abnormality in the brain known as Vein of Galen Malformation.
Mechanical Thrombectomy performed for Acute Ischemic Stroke saved the life of a 60-year-old patient.
Patient previously underwent Intravenous thrombolysis in another centre. Mechanical thrombectomy was done at Apollo Hospitals using stent retriever and multiple clots were removed from the occluded right MCA.
UPDATED ON 31/01/2023