Udaipur. In the Pacific Medical College and Hospital Bedla, a 12-year-old boy was successfully operated on for an aneurysmal bone cyst (ABC) and got relief from this disease. The successful operation was supported by the orthopedic surgeon Dr. Ashish Batra, Dr. Prakash Audichya, Dr. Vikram, Dr. Harsh, Dr. Abhilash, Dr. Devarajan, Dr. Rahul, and Subhash.
12-year-old Tanishk, a resident of Daulpura of Devgarh tehsil of Rajsamand district, has been facing problems for the last six months due to the pain of lump and swelling in the feet. The relatives showed many places but did not get any benefit. The family brought him to the Pacific Hospital Bedla, where he delivered him to orthopedic surgeon Dr. Ashish Batra, then oninvestigions
He found a lump of cancer in the fibula, which was possible to treat only by operation.
Dr. Ashish Batra explained that an aneurysmal bone cyst is a highly destructive benign bone tumor, occurring in less than 1 in 100,000 people annually. ABCs usually appear in a person within 20 years of birth, with the most common locations being the hands (humerus), legs (tibia, fibula, femur), pelvis, and spine. In which about 15 to 20 percent is in the spinal cord.
Dr. Batra explained that aneurysmal bone cysts result from the crisscrossing of small portions of chromosomes 16 and 17, resulting in the formation of highly malignant tumor tissue, in which chromosomal translocation activates an oncogene a tumor-causing gene.
The child is now completely healthy and has been discharged. The patient's relatives thanked the chairman Rahul Agarwal, the doctors, nursing staff and management for the free treatment and better medical facilities.