Author - Dr.Murtaza Adeeb

Complex Hip Replacement Revision Surgery by Dr.Murtaza Adeeb

Dr.Murtaza Adeeb Complex Hip Replacement Revision Surgery brings back mobility to 46-year-old Doctor Pune 5 February 2019: A complex hip replacement revision surgery at Inamdar Hospital gave much needed respite to a 46 year old doctor from Osmanabad. Dr. Dayanand Baburao Kawade who had undergone total hip replacement four years back elsewhere started to experience pain while walking and was unable to put full weight on the right leg. He was also suffering from fever due to infection. A team of [...]

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AVN [Avascular Necrosis] of the Hip Joint by – Dr.Murtaza Adeeb

Dr.Murtaza Adeeb   Hip Pain in a young adult is not very common. It may initially present as low back pain or even pain in the knee. Pain originating in the hip joint will eventually localize in the groin area and the hip will become quite stiff. It can be quite debilitating. One of the common causes of hip pain in a young adult is AVN. This condition is basically destruction of the hip joint as a result of decreased blood circulation [...]

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Total Knee Replacement (TKR) by – Dr.Murtaza Adeeb

Dr.Murtaza Adeeb   Total Knee Replacement (TKR) TKR is done for patients with severe arthritis or wear and tear of the knee joint. The results of this operation are quite good and certainly improve quality of life. Common Questions about Total Knee Replacement Surgery: 1. When should I have surgery 2. Who should perform my surgery 3. Where should I undergo the operation 4. Which implant should I choose 5. Newer developments 1.WHEN The right time to consider having TKR is when yr knee pain has become unbearable. You should [...]

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Osteoporosis – Dr.Murtaza Adeeb

Dr.Murtaza Adeeb   Definition: Osteoporosis is defined by the WHO as a bone mineral density that is 2.5 standard deviations or more below the peak bone mass as measured by a DEXA scan. This definition is even confusing for doctors.so in layman’s terms osteoporosis is softening of the bones due to hormonal changes particularly in menopausal women and also due to ageing and certain medication in both women and men.   There are 2 kinds Primary osteoporosis Type 1: Post menopausal-Women after menopause. Type 2: Senile-After 75 yrs in both [...]

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