A OVERVIEW OF ASU SVG
ASU SVG’s exceptional students and faculty are committed to better understanding and solving the many medical questions that face us today.
Below you will find an overview of some of the research work students and faculty of All Saints University College of Medicine have published and/or presented.
A Rare Presentation of Warthin’s Tumour in the Submandibular Gland of a 7- Year-Old Boy
Faculty: Dr. Zahangir Boksh A seven-year-old boy presented with a painless swelling of the right submandibular salivary gland for 1 year. The submandibular swelling was not associated with any calculus. Right submandibular sialo adenectomy done. Surprisingly the histopathology came as Warthin’s tumour. Warthin’s tumour mostly occurs in parotid gland in older age group. Because of the rare occurrence of this tumour in a young boy in extra parotid location, the case is reported. Click To Read
New proposed classification of retromandibular vein root variants based on cadaver dissections and review of literature -Clinical implications
Faculty: Dr. Sanyal SanjoyStudent: Sommy M Joeaneke Accepted in European Journal of Anatomy, which is one of the premier journals in the Western Hemisphere. In successive cadaver dissections two instances of non-dividing, mutually opposing variants of RMV were described and anatomically characterized. Based on this classification, the clinical significance of such variants was discussed in the living human population. Click to Read
An Integrative Literature Review Regarding the Risk of Early Onset Dementia in Individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury – Group Research Presentation
Student: Shayanthan Sornalingam, Clinical Student Shaynathan and two of his peers were chosen to present their research poster at Loretto Hospital in Chicago.
Delayed Titanium Hypersensitivity and Retained Foreign Body Causing Late Abdominal Complications
Student: Ravi Jagani, 4th Year Medical Student A unique case about a 28-year-old female presenting with a spectrum of abdominal symptoms associated with a titanium allergy reaction from previously inserted titanium-based surgical clips. The case also unfolds rare differential diagnoses to keep in mind when encountering a patient with abdominal pain and associated nonspecific symptoms. Click to Read
ASU SVG Students
For more information on how to get involved or share your research with your peers please contact the Dean of Student Affairs, Dr. Chunilall