Olfactory Groove Meningioma:Curofy Expert Clinical Case Discussion by Dr. Jaideep Chandra: Challenge of Irreversible Damage in Clinical Practice

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Wonderful description Dr. Jaideep Chandra . Very well presented & described. Curofy has started a very good initiative. Every Monday I learn a disease with full description & a good clinical case with D/D & some good learning. Must for every Doctor. Dr. Abdul Hameed Ansari Dr. A Dutta Dr. Shital Jadhav Dr. Sachin Kale Dr. Venkatesh Venky Dr. Gajanan Daiv Dr. Robin Nirwan Dr. Muralidhar Laxmanrao Kulkarni Dr. Madhukar Deshpande Dr. Gaurav Chhaya Dr. Sandip Debashis Mishra Dr. Dineshchandra Sharma Dr. Saumya Mittal Dr. Nitesh Prasad Dr. Ramesh Kumar Singh Dr. Hardik Ahuja

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NICE ILLUSTRATSTION EVERY DOCTOR DOES FACE A COMPLICATED CASE IN THE PRACTICE WE ARE ST PRESENT IN THE ERA OF SUBSPECISLITIES IN EVERY BRACH OF MEDICINE BE IT MEDICIME SURGERY PAEFIATRIC NEINATOLOGY OPHTHALMOLOGY E N T FACIOMAXILLAT SURGERY MY SUBSPECIALTY IS PAEFIATRIC OPHTHALMOLOGY I HAVE ALSO SEEN SOME INTERESTING AND RARE CASE'S RARE CASE OF GOLDENHARS SYNDRONE IN A 3VYEARS OLD MALE CHILD 2 RSRE CASE OF BOL CONG CORNEAL DYSTROPHY WITH RARE ASSOCIATED CONG LE ANT STSPHLOMA 3 THIS IS AN OPHTHALMIC ONCOLOGY CASE 3 RARE CASE OF CHORIODAL MELANOMA PRESENTING AS A CASE OF A CONGESTIVE GLAUCOMA IN A 55 YEARS OLD MAKE PATIENT

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Almost cover all aspect . Informative and educative post in present scenario of COVID pandemic in which loss of smell can be a presenting symptom .

Thanks Dr Dinesh Gupta
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Important study of complicated meningioma in olfactory groove presented enhanced knowledge .thanks

Thanks Dr. Ashok leel, Dr. Akhilesh Verma, Dr. Dinesh Gupta, Dr. Shibga Mohammed
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Nicely explained and well versed in present. Scenerio. Thank you once again for such a progressive attitudes.

YES IN CLINICAL PRACTICE IN SOME OF THE MOST COMPLECATED CASES EVEN WITH THE BEST POSSIBLE PHYSICIAN OR SURGEOUN COMPLECATIONS CAN OCCUR COMPLECATIONS ARE PART OF A DESEASE BUT BEST PHYSICIAN OR SURGEOUN IS ONE WHO KNOWS HOW TO DEAL WITH COMPLECATIONS SO IT IS ALLWAYS GOOD TGAT A COMPLECATED CASE DHOULD BE REFERED TO A DOCTOR WHO IS ECOERT IN THE FIELD SO THAT THE A COMPLECATED PATIENT IS IS IN SAFE HANDS HOWEVER AS ALREADY MENTIONED COMPLECATIONS ARE PART OF A PROBLEM BUT ONE MUST KNOW HOW TO TACKLE THEM

Nicely explained, Thanks for sharing.

Good case presentation

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