April 2010 Blog Posts (7)

Calvarial moulding

A young man sustained head injury as result of roadside accident. Examination and investigations revealed he had developed a midline frontal compound depressed fracture which was treated conservatively. He recovered well, but has developed post-traumatic epilepsy. The calvarial reshaping has occured over a period of time. See his CT head at time of injury and recent CT head.…

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Added by Karam Chand Sharma on April 29, 2010 at 9:23am — No Comments

New malingering efficacy research with mild MR/ID

New study on efficacy of common tests of malingering with MR/ID subjects. Authors suggest "new approach" may be necessary for MR/ID as it relates to Atkins MR/ID death penalty cases

Added by Kevin McGrew on April 23, 2010 at 4:40pm — 2 Comments

Brain training fitness wars beging



Brain training fitness wars

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Added by Kevin McGrew on April 22, 2010 at 10:08am — No Comments

Cosmetic Neurosurgery

No body wants to see scars of surgery on visible parts of body. Forhead, face and neck are the areas where absolute attention must be paid about the appearnce post surgery. If the pathology is in frontal region bicoronal skin flaps is the answer. The bottom part of bicoronal skin incision should be behind the ears rather than infront of ears. Receding hairline in males is another consideration which should be taken into account. Burr holes over the forhead must be avoided at any cost.…

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Added by Karam Chand Sharma on April 22, 2010 at 8:23am — No Comments

IQ Test CHC DNA Fingerprints: Understanding IQ score differences for WJ III/BAT III vs WJ-R/BAT-R

IQ Test CHC DNA Fingerprint comparison of WJ III/BAT III vs WJ-R/BAT-R global IQ scores. Why IQ differences may occur due to differential CHC content composition of global IQ scores

Other IQ Test CHC DNA Fingerprint comparisons can be accessed via a link at the bottom of the post at IQ's Corner blog.

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Kevin McGrew

Added by Kevin McGrew on April 21, 2010 at 11:47am — No Comments

Total 21 patients have been operated with Karam Chand minimally invasive technique for drainage of chronic subdural haematomas

In last 1 week I treated 2 more patients with chronic subdural haematomas using my technique of tangential drill hole and closed drainage of chronic subdural haematomas using 10 or 12 no Foley's catheter and sterile bag. So the total no of patients treated so far is 21. I have achieved 100percent success with this technique. You can try it at your place and let me know the feedback.



Isodense right hemispheric chronic subdural… Continue

Added by Karam Chand Sharma on April 19, 2010 at 7:53am — 2 Comments

Research Bytes: Ga, Gv, Gf, Gs, working memory, dyslexia, orthography plus more

Numerous interesting research study abstracts at IQs Corner.

Added by Kevin McGrew on April 3, 2010 at 11:46am — No Comments

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