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Dr. Sreekar Balasundaram
Designation :Professor & HOD
Department: Cardiothoracic Surgery



1.Hepatobiliary Cystadenoma with Mesenchymal stroma: A caseReport Indian Journal of Surgery Vol.63, No.1, 2001

2.A simple technique for securing gore-texneochordal height and knot slippage in mitral valve repair.(co-author)

Journal of Cardiac Surgery . 09/2012; 27(5):554-6. 3.Tension pneumomediastinum in a patient with H1N1 pneumonia: A rare case report. The Journal of Cardiothoracic Trauma. 2016 Jul 1;1(1):16

4. When bleeding wins clotting: The surgical dilemma in life-threatening hemothorax in hemophilia The Journal of Cardio Thoracic Trauma Published December 2018 – National Journal Authors: Dr. Sreekar. B, Dr. Nisha B Jain;year=2018;volume=3;issue=1;spage=20;epage=23;aulast=Jain

5.Man versus Wild: A Case Report of a bear attack with Thoracic complications The Journal of Cardio Thoracic Trauma Vol 15, No.1 (Jan-Dec 2020) PP. 35-38 Authors : SreekarBalasundaram, Dyan D’ Souza

article.asp?issn=2542-6281;year=2020;volume=5;issue=1;spage=35;epage=38;aulast=D%92Souza;type=0 6. Management of Psuedotumour in haemophilia patients International Surgery Journal, 2020 June:Volume:7 (6) : 2033-2035

Authors : Sherlyn Ambrose, GiridharAshwath, Sreekar.B, Suresh Kumar Rajan, Cecil Ross, Anthony Prakash Rozario


7.Thoracoabdominal Impalement Injuries-Case Report. Indian J Surg (2020).

8.Chronic granulomatous aspergillus lung mass. Monaldi Archives for Chest Disease 2020; Vol90:1371/Pgs:75-89

9.Co-author and illustrator in book. Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy: A Practical guide to diagnosis and management: Authors: Srilakshmi M Adhyapak, V. Rao Parachuri


Surgical strategies of myectomy for hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy CRC Press/Chapter 6, Authors : V. Rao Parachuri, SreekarBalasundaram and AmeyaKaskar Pgs:75-89

Published: December 20,2020

1.Institutional experience with Mediastinal Tumors

2.Surgical outcomes in lung aspergillomas

3.Design and Development of An Indigenous In situ Left Ventricular Assist Device For Use In End Stage Heart Failure Patients

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