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Thursday, December 22, 2011

My Invited talk on Cartilage Tympanoplasty at AOICON2012, Allahabad

I will deliver Invited Talk on my favorite topic "Cartilage tympanoplasty: My Techniques" on 5 January 2012 at AOICON2012 at Allahabad. AOICON is Association of OtoRhinolaryngologists of India's National Conference held every year.
January 5, 2012 M.L.N. Medical College, Allahabad
Hall - 2 - Otology Updates (15 Minutes each)
Chairmen - Devendra Prasad.,Bareilly, Rajesh Valdan, Mumbai, R.S.Mahto,Siliguri
Endoscopic Management Of Tympanosclerosis - Mohan Reddy,Hyderabad
How to Improve Functional Results in Middle Ear Surgery - Vinod Khandar,Ahmedabad
Window Shade Grafting in Tympanoplasty - Ninad S.Gaikwad, Mumbai
Cartilage Tympanoplasty - Mubarak Khan,Pune
Link to scientific programme :
 
Dr. Mubarak Muhamed Khan dlo,dnb(ent)
# AUTHOR OF ENDOSCOPIC COLOR ATLAS OF EAR DISEASES
# ASS0CIATE PROFESSOR
  MIMER MEDICAL COLLEGE, TALEGAON-D, PUNE, INDIA
Mobile     : +91 98226 46207      Address : Prabhat, Plot 102, Anandnagar, Talegaon Dabhade, Pune 410507
Email       : drmubarakkhan@yahoo.co.in                    ent.khan@gmail.com
Web          : http://facebook.com/drmubarakkhan

 

Friday, October 14, 2011

Review of my book "Endoscopic Color Atlas Of Ear Diseases" in Journal of laryngology and otology


 

Wonderful review of our book "Endoscopic Color Atlas Of Ear Diseases" is published online in the very prestigious Journal of Laryngology and Otology.
 
 
Dr. Mubarak M. Khan dlo,dnb(ent)
# AUTHOR OF ENDOSCOPIC COLOR ATLAS OF EAR DISEASES
# ASS0CIATE PROFESSOR
  MIMER MEDICAL COLLEGE
  TALEGAON-D, PUNE
  INDIA

Mobile : +91 98226 46207
Email    : drmubarakkhan@yahoo.co.in                    ent.khan@gmail.com
Blog      : http://drmubarakkhan.blogspot.com/
Link      : http://www.jaypeebrothers.com/pgDetails.aspx?cat=s&book_id=978-93-5025-166-9




My Book: endoscopic color atlas of ear diseases


 


Our book "Endoscopic Color atlas of ear diseases" is published by Jaypee publishers. International Journal of laryngology and otology has given good review about it.
I would like to introduce this book to you. For any query you can contact me.
Link to book :
http://www.jaypeebrothers.com/pgDetails.aspx?cat=s&book_id=978-93-5025-166-9

BOOK DETAILS
 
 






Endoscopic Color Atlas of Ear Diseases
by: Khan
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ISBN: 978-93-5025-166-9
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EDITION: 1/e / 2011
PAGES: 190
SIZE: 8.5"×11"
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Kind Regards
Dr. Mubarak M. Khan
      mbbs,dlo,dnb(ent)
  • ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR ENT : M.I.M.E.R. Medical College, Pune, INDIA            
  •  AUTHOR : Endoscopic Color Atlas of Ear Diseases
Email    : drmubarakkhan@yahoo.co.in                    ent.khan@gmail.com
Web      : www.facebook.com/drmubarakkhan
Blog      : http://drmubarakkhan.blogspot.com/
Link      : http://www.jaypeebrothers.com/pgDetails.aspx?cat=s&book_id=978-93-5025-166-9



Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Email from Prof. Mirko Tos

----- Forwarded Message -----
From: Mirko Tos <mirko.tos@dadlnet.dk>
To: dr khan mubarak <drmubarakkhan@yahoo.co.in>
Sent: Monday, 10 October 2011 2:55 PM
Subject: Re: Review of My published Article in AJOHNS_Dr khan

Dear Dr. Mubarak
Congratulation to the article. Please send it to me. I think that are several new papers on cartilage tympanoplasty.  I plan to write in my book (Cart. Tymp. Thieme 2o11) new cart. tymp.methods. Therefor I need your article. I wiil find new articles.
Best regards
Mirko


Saturday, October 8, 2011

Fw: Faculty of 1000: your article has been evaluated

----- Forwarded Message -----
From: Faculty of 1000 Medicine <editorial@f1000.com>
To: drmubarakkhan@yahoo.co.in
Sent: Friday, 7 October 2011 4:54 PM
Subject: Faculty of 1000: your article has been evaluated

Dear MM Khan,

I'm pleased to inform you that one of your articles, Primary cartilage tympanoplasty: our technique and results. (Am J Otolaryngol 2011 Sep-Oct), has been selected and evaluated by Neil Bailie, a Member of the Faculty of 1000 (F1000), which places your work in our library of the top 2% of published articles in biology and medicine. The service is widely used to find significant new research articles, and the inclusion of your article should significantly increase its visibility.
   
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Article details:

Primary cartilage tympanoplasty: our technique and results.
MM Khan, SR Parab
Am J Otolaryngol 2011 Sep-Oct 32 5:381-7
PMID 20832904 DOI 10.1016/j.amjoto.2010.07.010



Evaluation details:


Recommended [6]

Important Confirmation

Sections:

Otology/Vestibular/Audiology

Comments:
I found that this article proves the success of an already well-established technique of cartilage tympanoplasty and its wider applications in type I tympanoplasties. The abstract is well structured. The methodology is acceptable; however, it would have been better if the study had been conducted prospectively. The desirable acoustic properties and high graft uptake rates of sliced/thinned cartilage graft are well established in the literature and this article confirms this. The authors have clearly and elaborately described the technique of graft harvesting and positioning. The follow-up of at least 2 years with audiogram establishes the long-term continued success rate of the procedure. However, the authors failed to describe in detail the size of the perforation, any revision procedures or any contralateral or bilateral ear surgeries, which in my opinion are important factors in deciding on the long-term graft uptake rates. A significant number of patients (45 out of 268) missed the follow-up but neither they were included in the final results nor the authors explained the reason for exclusion. The statistical analysis used was very simple. The cartilage splitter set (Kalelkar Surgical, Mumbai, India) is described in an article of similar type and is available in the international market from Medtronic (The MicroFrance® Teixido Cartilage Cutter). Its interesting to see the huge variations in practice in different parts of the globe. In the UK, with free health care and limited resources (National Health Service), weekly (for 4 weeks) and monthly (for 6 months) follow-up is impossible and not necessary. The role of postoperative antibiotics in routine middle ear operations is controversial.





Wednesday, September 28, 2011

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Friday, August 26, 2011

My Innovative technique of Primary Cartilage Tympanoplasty

My Innovative technique of Primary Cartilage Tympanoplasty published in september 2011, American Journal of Otolaryngology
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0196070910001304

 

American Journal of Otolaryngology
Volume 32, Issue 5, September-October 2011, Pages 381-387

Original contribution

Primary cartilage tympanoplasty: our technique and resultsstar, open
Mubarak M. Khan MBBS, DLO, DNB(ent)low asterisk, a, E-mail The Corresponding Author, E-mail The Corresponding Author and Sapna R. Parab MS, DNB(ent)a
a Department of Otorhinolaryngology, MIMER Medical College, Pune, India
Received 18 April 2010.
Available online 15 September 2010.

Abstract

Cartilage has shown to be a promising graft material to close tympanic membrane perforations. However, due to its rigid quality, doubts are raised regarding its sound conduction properties. It has been suggested that acoustic benefit may be obtained by thinning the cartilage. We describe our innovative method for harvesting tragal cartilage from the same endaural incision and also describe preparation of the graft by slicing it. We present our 3-year experience of shield cartilage type 1 tympanoplasty using sliced tragal cartilage–perichondrium composite graft.

Aim

The aim of this study was to prove the success rate of our technique of shield cartilage tympanoplasty using sliced tragal cartilage graft in terms of functional and anatomic results.

Study design

Retrospective analysis of type 1 cartilage tympanoplasties using sliced tragal cartilage was carried out in MIMER Medical College and Sushrut ENT Hospital during May 2005 to January 2008 with a minimum follow-up of 2 years.

Method and materials

A total of 223 ears were operated by our technique.

Results

The overall success rate of our technique was 98.20% in terms of perforation closure and air bone gap closure within 7.06 ± 3.39 dB. The success rates in the various age group are as follows: 11 to 20 years, 97.67%; 21 to 40 years, 99.12%; and 41 to 60 years, 96.96%.

Conclusion

Our technique of type 1 cartilage tympanoplasty achieves good anatomic and functional results.

Article Outline

1.
Introduction
2.
Materials and methods
2.1. Study population
2.2. Anaesthesia
2.3. Infiltration
2.4. Procedure of sliced shield cartilage tympanoplasty
2.5. Postoperative monitoring
2.6. Follow-up protocol
3.
Results
4.
Discussion
4.1. Age–sex distribution
4.2. Anatomic closure of the perforations
4.3. Air Bone Gap (ABG) closure
5.
Conclusion
References














star, openThis study was not financially supported by external sources.

Corresponding Author Contact InformationCorresponding author. Department of Otorhinolaryngology, MIMER Medical College, Pune 410507, India. Tel.: +91 98226 46207(Mobile); fax: +91 2114 223916.



American Journal of Otolaryngology
Volume 32, Issue 5, September-October 2011, Pages 381-387


Dr. Mubarak Muhamed Khan dlo,dnb(ent)

# AUTHOR OF ENDOSCOPIC COLOR ATLAS OF EAR DISEASES
# ASS0CIATE PROFESSOR
  MIMER MEDICAL COLLEGE, TALEGAON-D, PUNE, INDIA

Mobile     : +91 98226 46207

Email       : drmubarakkhan@yahoo.co.in                    ent.khan@gmail.com

Web          : http://facebook.com/drmubarakkhan


 

Friday, July 22, 2011

List of Web Sites for online purchase of "Endoscopic Color Atlas of Ear Diseases"

Currently the following websites are selling "Endoscopic Color Atlas of Ear Diseases" online in the world.

 

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Dr. Mubarak Muhamed Khan dlo,dnb(ent)

# AUTHOR OF ENDOSCOPIC COLOR ATLAS OF EAR DISEASES
# ASS0CIATE PROFESSOR
  MIMER MEDICAL COLLEGE, TALEGAON-D, PUNE, INDIA

Mobile     : +91 98226 46207

Email       : drmubarakkhan@yahoo.co.in                    ent.khan@gmail.com

Web          : http://facebook.com/drmubarakkhan


 

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Review of book by prof. Manish Munjal

Otology is an intriguing subdiscipline of otolaryngology –head and neck surgery, which during our formative years appears glamorous but later only the hardened few, i.e. those who have mastered the anatomy of the ear on either side of the tympanic membrane survive, to practice otology. The authors have painstakingly produced a comprehensive atlas with lucid and relevant text which addresses normal and diseased state of tympanic membrane, ear canal and middle ear. The masterpiece pivoted on the concept of "the mind recollects and applies", which it has seen, has introduced, "tele-otoscopy", vis a vis with far better illumination and excellent clarity contrary to the traditional outpatient Bull's lamp or otoscopic examination and the time consuming cumbersome examination under microscope. The book shall be boon for the medschool novice and those already inducted in the fold of otolaryngology as even minute details like findings of both ears individually, which are sometimes are confusing are taken care of. It is an update for the specialist treating otological pathologies as it is a "photogallery" of clinical findings accumulated over a period of time. A sequele of the book covering middle ear pathologies in detail would be eagerly awaited. The book is a reflection of the current knowledge of otology and perplexing queries, it is hoped that it stimulates the reader to seek an answer to their queries to provide better patient care.

 

 

Prof. Manish Munjal

Dayanand Medical College

Ludhiana

manishmunjaldr@yahoo.com

Dr. Mubarak Muhamed Khan dlo,dnb(ent)

# AUTHOR OF ENDOSCOPIC COLOR ATLAS OF EAR DISEASES
# ASS0CIATE PROFESSOR
  MIMER MEDICAL COLLEGE, TALEGAON-D, PUNE, INDIA

Mobile     : +91 98226 46207

Email       : drmubarakkhan@yahoo.co.in                    ent.khan@gmail.com

Web          : http://facebook.com/drmubarakkhan


 

Thursday, June 9, 2011

Review of my book "Endoscopic Color Atlas Of Ear Diseases" in Journal of laryngology and otology

Wonderful review of our book "Endoscopic Color Atlas Of Ear Diseases" is published online in the very prestigious Journal of Laryngology and Otology.
Link :
http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayAbstract?fromPage=online&aid=8149628

 

 

Dr. Mubarak M. Khan dlo,dnb(ent)

# AUTHOR OF ENDOSCOPIC COLOR ATLAS OF EAR DISEASES
# ASS0CIATE PROFESSOR
  MIMER MEDICAL COLLEGE
  TALEGAON-D, PUNE
  INDIA

Mobile : +91 98226 46207

Email    : drmubarakkhan@yahoo.co.in                    ent.khan@gmail.com

Web      : http://facebook.com/drmubarakkhan

Blog      : http://drmubarakkhan.blogspot.com/
Link      : http://www.jaypeebrothers.com/pgDetails.aspx?cat=s&book_id=978-93-5025-166-9


Thursday, May 5, 2011

RE: Review of our book by Prof haritosh Velankar of DYP medical college mumbai

Dear Dr. Khan,

 

Greetings !

 

Thanks for sending the review of your book written by Dr. Haritosh Velankar. We'll definitely include these comments in our website.

 

 

Regards,

 

Samina Khan

PA to Director (Publishing)

Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers Pvt.Ltd.

4838/24, Ansari Road

Daryaganj, New Delhi 110 002

Phone: 011-43574357, Fax: 011-43574314

Email: jaypeebrother@gmail.com

Website: www.jaypeebrothers.com

 

From: dr khan mubarak [mailto:drmubarakkhan@yahoo.co.in]
Sent: 02 May 2011 19:06
To: Tarun Duneja
Cc: jaypee; jaypee brothers; ramesh krishnamachari; blogspot publish
Subject: Review of our book by Prof haritosh Velankar of DYP medical college mumbai

 

Review of Endoscopic Color Atlas of Ear Diseases

                                                -Dr. Haritosh Velankar

                                                      Prof & HOD ENT

                                                    Pad Dr D Y Patil Medical College, Navi Mumbai.

                                                    Email : drharitosh@yahoo.co.in

            Traditionally the field of Otology has suffered due to poor visualisation and understanding of the common ear conditions by the undergraduate student. As a result the diagnosis & referrals of the ear diseases by the  family physicians, leaves much to be desired.

With the advent of Otoendoscopy lot of teaching hospitals are using this as a tool to educate the undergraduate students. In this respect the "Endoscopic Color Atlas of Ear Diseases" is a milestone in educating not only the undergraduate student and the family physician but also post graduate students & budding otologists.

The high quality photographs not only illustrate common ear diseases like acute & chronic suppurative otitis media, serous otitis media but also uncommon & dangerous  condittions like glomus tumor.

This atlas by Dr Mubarak Khan & Dr. Sapna Parab has raised the bar in the diagnosis of ear diseases & will benefit not only students and practitioners but the society as a whole.

 

Dr. Mubarak Muhamed Khan dlo,dnb(ent)

# AUTHOR OF ENDOSCOPIC COLOR ATLAS OF EAR DISEASES
# ASS0CIATE PROFESSOR
  MIMER MEDICAL COLLEGE, TALEGAON-D, PUNE, INDIA

Mobile     : +91 98226 46207

Email       : drmubarakkhan@yahoo.co.in                    ent.khan@gmail.com

Web          : http://facebook.com/drmubarakkhan

Blog         : http://drmubarakkhan.blogspot.com/
Book Link: http://www.jaypeebrothers.com/pgDetails.aspx?cat=s&book_id=978-93-5025-166-9