Articles by Dr Gauresh

About Dr Gauresh (69 Articles)
An orthopedic surgeon trained in JJ Group of Hospitals and Grant Medical College. I have worked in this field for the past 3 years and have significant clinical experience to guide students and patients on any topic in orthopedics.

Knee Cap Pain

What is knee cap pain? Knee cap or patella is a triangular rounded bone present in front of the knee. It is formed because of friction between the quadriceps (muscle group on front of thigh, which helps in knee straightening or extension) tendon and the knee joint. Such a bone is called a sesamoid bone and patella is the >> Read More ...

Secondary Bone Cancer

Secondary bone cancer is a group of diseases, which arise in different tissues of the body, but end with cancerous transformation of bone tissue. Contrary to popular belief, secondary bone cancers are more common than primary bone cancers. Although it does reflect the less susceptibility of the bone tissue to cancerous >> Read More ...

Cervicogenic Facial Pain Treatment

Cervicogenic facial pain is discomfort, tingling, numbness or pain, which occurs because of bulging discs in the cervical spine. It has been described with relevant details in “facial tingling or pain caused by bulging discs in cervical spine.” The following excerpt deals with the diagnosis and treatment of >> Read More ...

Facial Tingling or Pain Caused by Bulging Disc in Cervical Spine

Can facial numbness or pain arise from a bulging disc ? Yes. It is interesting to note, that cervical disc bulges can also lead to facial symptoms (1). It is frequently seen as neck pain involving the shoulder and also extending to the face. However, sometimes it may even occur without any neck involvement. Earlier it was >> Read More ...

Bisphosphonates in Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is a common health problem in elderly females. This is mostly because of the abrupt hormonal changes taking place after menopause, and so is called postmenopausal osteoporosis. The word “osteoporosis” perfectly describes the disease, which consists of cellular changes leading to thinning (increased >> Read More ...

Kienbocks’s Disease Symptoms

Kienbock’s disease is limited to the wrist, but it can cause symptoms ranging from wrist pain to even frank depression. This is mainly because of the functional restraints imposed by the disease. It is also related to the inability to find complete relief from symptoms despite trying several treatment options. The >> Read More ...

Kienbock’s Disease Investigations

The basic diagnosis of Kienbock’s Disease can be done on plain X-ray of the wrist. But due to lack of obvious findings, and the obscured view of the lunate bone on a wrist x-ray (Picture 1), only an expert orthopedist can identify this disease. There is always reason to doubt the judgment of a primary care physician >> Read More ...

Multiple Myeloma Treatment

Multiple myeloma treatment is a highly complicated issue. Not only is the procedure cumbersome, but with each option there are a significant number of pro’s and con’s attached. Understanding the significance is perhaps the last thing on the mind of the affected person due to the life-threatening nature of the >> Read More ...
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