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Horino Taro - - 2006
Spontaneous remission (SR) of cancer, especially of lung tumor, is a rare biological event. Only seven cases in which small cell lung cancer (SCLC) regressed spontaneously had been previously reported. We report here a rare case of complete SR of SCLC in an 86-year-old man. Paraneoplastic sensory neuronopathy (PSN) is ...
Pandey Deveshwar - - 2007
Subcutaneous emphysema is a common condition occurring after chest injury. It may also be observed in association with pneumothorax or pneumomediastinum as a result of pathological changes in the respiratory tract. Spontaneous subcutaneous emphysema in absence of pneumothorax or pneumomediastinum is rare. We report a case of spontaneous subcutaneous emphysema ...
Fumino Shigehisa - - 2006
Spontaneous rupture and subsequent bile peritonitis are rare complications of choledochal cysts. Of these complications, the formation of a biliary pseudocyst is an unusual form, and its preoperative diagnosis is difficult. In this report, we describe 2 cases showing spontaneous rupture with biliary pseudocyst formation. Inflammatory tissue surrounded those pseudocysts, ...
Bhatia R - - 2006
A case of subarachnoid haemorrhage secondary to rupture of an intracranial aneurysm occurring in a patient with new-onset, frank thyrotoxicosis is described. This unusual case highlights the dilemma of whether to continue beta-blockers such as propanolol for frank thyrotoxicosis, or whether to assign higher priority to maintaining adequate cerebral perfusion ...
Koushik Rahul S - - 2006
Spontaneous hemorrhage in the kidney, also known as Wunderlich Syndrome is a rare clinical problem and it's occurrence raises clinical suspicion of the presence of an underlying malignancy. Herein we present two cases that presented with severe spontaneous subcapsular hemorrhage, where no underlying structural abnormality was identified, despite a careful ...
Montalvan B - - 2006
Pain on the ulnar side of the wrist is common among elite tennis players. Ten years of experience has allowed identification of a pathology involving the extensor carpi ulnaris (ECU) tendon. On the basis of 28 clinical cases seen over the last five years, three clinical patterns are described: (a) ...
Piccirilli Manolo - - 2006
The authors report their experience about three children (two girls, one boy; average age 1.6 years) with a spontaneous regression of optic gliomas. All of them had a previous diagnosis of neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF 1). None of them underwent surgery or biopsy nor received chemotherapy or radiotherapy. The complete ...
Hunt, Homer H.
With the new case, which is reported in this paper, forty-one examples of rupture of an aneurysm of the abdominal aorta into some portion of the gastrointestinal tract are known to be available in the literature. In 71 per cent, rupture was into the third portion of the duodenum. The ...
Maes Renaud - - 2006
Ma and Griffith first described in 1977 a percutaneous technique for the repair of acute Achilles tendon rupture. In 1992, Delponte popularised a new percutaneous technique with Tenolig. The authors report a series of 124 cases of Achilles tendon rupture treated with Tenolig in their institution from 1993 to 1998. ...
Oğün Tunç Cevat - - 2006
Traumatic rupture of the deep flexor tendon is a well-recognized entity known as "jersey finger". However, simultaneous traumatic rupture or avulsion of both flexor tendons in a finger without pre-existing disease is extremely rare. Such an injury is presented and discussed here, with regards to the mechanism, location, and treatment ...
Bugnit G - - 2006
With the increase in prevalence of extra pulmonary tuberculosis, it has become imperative for clinicians to review their knowledge of unusual presentations of mycobacterial infections. Tuberculous involvement of the subcutaneous tissue and skeletal muscle is rare. Apart from tuberculous lymphadenitis, diagnosis of extrapulmonary tuberculosis may be difficult. We present here ...
Tannous Henry - - 2006
Iliac vein rupture is a rare cause of retroperitoneal hemorrhage. It is occasionally lethal, with no clear precipitating factors. We report a case of spontaneous left common iliac vein rupture in a 56-year-old man with a history of deep vein thrombophlebitis (DVT). To date, 32 cases have been reported in ...
Chow Francis Y - - 2006
We report a case of simultaneous rupture of the patellar tendon and the anterior cruciate ligament. This condition was rarely reported in the literature and clinical diagnosis can be difficult. It is frequently associated with injuries of other knee structures. The preferred treatment is immediate primary repair of the patellar ...
Leowardi Christine C Department of Surgery, University of Heidelberg, Im Neuenheimer Feld 110, 69120 Heidelberg, - - 2006
Angiosarcoma is a rare primary malignant neoplasm of the liver with a poor prognosis. Here, we report a case of a patient with a ruptured hepatic angiosarcoma which was treated by emergency catheter-directed embolization, followed by left-sided hemihepatectomy.
Tumialán Luis M - - 2006
The authors report the case of a 21-year-old female with a known history of Alagille syndrome (AGS) who was found to have a basilar terminus aneurysm without evidence of rupture. Prior to intervention, the patient's hospital course became complicated by multiple medical problems associated with AGS. Subsequently, the patient had ...
Peterson Steven L - - 2006
Flexor tendon rupture at the wrist or palm is rare. We present a case of index flexor digitorum profundus rupture at the level of the wrist associated with the site of a laceration 55 years earlier. Associated pathology included a large neuroma-in-continuity of the median nerve and adhesions involving the ...
Salam A - - 2006
PURPOSE: To describe the case of a man presenting with intermittent epiphora of the right eye and a low grade dacryocystitis due to a dacryolith. METHODS/RESULTS: He was treated conservatively and was offered a Dacryocystorhinostomy. A few weeks before surgery, he developed swelling and pain over the right medial canthus ...
Elgamal Essam A - - 2006
Haemorrhage in medulloblastoma is reported to be very rare. The authors report a case of a 13-year-old boy who presented with headache, unsteadiness, diplopia and papilloedema due to posterior fossa medulloblastoma causing obstructive hydrocephalus. Six hours following placement of an external ventricular drain, he suddenly became comatose with respiratory arrest. ...
Bhaskar Jayapadman - - 2006
Spontaneous hemopneumothorax is a rare clinical entity that can be life-threatening, with a significant increase in mortality if not recognized and treated in time. We report the case of a young man who presented to us with nontraumatic spontaneous hemopneumothorax. Histologic examination of lung tissue showed the most likely cause ...
Osako Tomo - - 2006
We report a rare case of generalized peritonitis caused by nontraumatic, intraperitoneal rupture of the ureter. An 80-year-old woman with a history of bilateral vesicoureteral reflux and long-term urethral indwelling catheter drainage presented with a very distended abdomen. Computed tomography showed massive ascites and intraperitoneal free gas. We performed an ...
Volchok Japa - - 2006
Appendicitis and splenic rupture are 2 rare complications of colonoscopy reported in the literature. To our knowledge splenic rupture following colonoscopy has been reported 17 times in the English-language literature and is associated with excess traction on the splenocolic ligament. Appendicitis after colonoscopy has been reported only 9 times and ...
Moriyama Masaomi - - 2005
OBJECTIVES: Case report of a man presenting with spontaneous temporomandibular joint (TMJ) herniation into the external auditory canal (EAC). STUDY DESIGN: Case report and literature review. METHODS: A case report of a patient with spontaneous TMJ herniation into the EAC is presented. RESULTS: The patient was a 41-year-old man complaining ...
Miura Takashi - - 2005
Spontaneous massive intrathoracic bleeding is rare except for the rupture of aortic aneurysm or pleural adhesions in association with pneumothorax. We encountered two cases of critical massive hemothorax in patients with von Recklinghausen's disease (type I neurofibromatosis). Case 1; a 59-year-old female suddenly experienced severe back pain followed by syncope ...
Sharma S C - - 2005
Rupture of the triceps tendon is an uncommon injury, probably the rarest of all tendinous ruptures. We present a case of missed diagnosis of triceps tendon rupture. Such diagnosis should be considered when a patient presents with pain and swelling at the back of the elbow after a fall on ...
Zeteroğlu Sahin - - 2005
BACKGROUND: Uterine rupture and associated injury to the maternal bladder and urethra have been rarely reported. All those cases were associated with a scarred uterus or augmentation of labor. We report a case of simultaneous bladder, urethral and uterine rupture in an unscarred uterus following delivery at home. CASE: A ...
Stein Robert J - - 2005
A traumatic rupture of the bladder in a healthy child is extremely rare and is usually not considered during evaluation of abdominal pain or sepsis. However, a delay in the diagnosis of bladder perforation can result in morbid and sometimes catastrophic outcomes. We report a delayed diagnosis of spontaneous rupture ...
Poonnoose P M - - 2005
Chronic ruptures of the extensor mechanism of the knee are uncommon injuries, and previously reported literature assumes the presence of an intact patella for repair. We present a case of chronic rupture following patellectomy done twelve years previously. The defect in the extensor apparatus was extensive (18cm), and this was ...
Tan Virak - - 2005
We report a case of traumatic simultaneous disruption of both finger flexor tendons in a professional athlete. The novelties in this report are (1) the location of the rupture (FDS at midsubstance and FDP at insertion) and (2) the proposition that a normal but diminutive FDS tendon is a contributing ...
Bueno Alicia - - 2005
Rupture of an aneurysm in a patient suffering from neurofibromatosis is a rare though documented complication. Presented here is the case of a 33-year-old woman with known neurofibromatosis who underwent repair of a symptomatic popliteal aneurysm. The presentation, diagnostic evaluation, and treatment are discussed, and the literature is reviewed on ...
Lau Stanley T - - 2005
The spleen arises from a mesenchymal bulge at the 6-mm stage of development. There are a wide variety of splenic anomalies and variations that range from benign to clinically significant, and this article presents a brief review of splenic embryology and a case report of an anomalous splenic vein that ...
Durrieu G - - 2005
OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the main characteristics of case reports of arterial hypertension (AH) related to COX-2 inhibitor (coxib) use in real-life practice. METHODS: This study was based on spontaneous reports of adverse drug reactions (ADRs) submitted to the French Pharmacovigilance system. Associations between AH and the different groups of those ...
Wilson S M - - 2005
Closed flexor tendon pulley ruptures are relatively rare injuries. All previously reported cases have been in the long finger pulleys. To our knowledge, there has not been a case of closed thumb flexor tendon pulley rupture reported in the literature. This paper presents two cases of this pathology and discusses ...
Etzion Yoram - - 2005
Atraumatic rupture of the spleen is an uncommon condition that may be associated with various etiologies. The hemophagocytic syndrome (HS) and isolated splenic peliosis are two rare conditions, each of which has previously been described in association with splenic rupture. We describe a unique case of atraumatic splenic rupture in ...
Reilly Eugene F - - 2005
We describe a case of idiopathic abdominal apoplexy secondary to a spontaneous mesocolic bleed. Preoperative computed tomography of the abdomen suggested a ruptured colonic mass at the splenic flexure. The diagnosis was made when exploratory laparotomy revealed hemoperitoneum and an extensive hematoma in the transverse mesocolon, with no apparent source. ...
Zeteroglu S - - 2005
Ruptured uterus is a serious obstetric emergency with a high maternal and perinatal mortality. It is a preventable and common obstetric problem in developing countries. The objective of this study was to review the incidence, methods of diagnosis and maternal and perinatal morbidity and mortality associated with uterine rupture. Case ...
Chang Ya-Ying - - 2005
We report two cases of subcutaneous emphysema associated with pneumomediastinum after general anesthesia. One of them was devoid of common symptoms such as chest pain and dyspnea, but significant closed rhinolalia was noted initially. Though in these two cases the chest CT scanning revealed no perivascular emphysema, we highly suspected ...
Lagoutaris Emmanuel D - - 2005
The authors report a case of longitudinal tendon tears of the peroneus longus and brevis in the presence of tophaceous gouty infiltration. There are a limited number of reports discussing similar processes affecting various tendons throughout the body. There has been 1 prior case of peroneal tendon involvement affecting only ...
Ozeren Ali - - 2005
Spontaneous coronary artery dissection (SCAD) is relatively uncommon. It often occurs in healthy, middle-aged women without overt risk factors for atherosclerosis and is associated with the peripartum period. The pattern and severity of presentation are variable. There are only 5 reports in the literature about multivessel involvement. The etiopathogenesis of ...
Fujiwara Masao - - 2005
Trigger finger is a common condition, and the usual cause is stenosing tenosynovitis. Trigger finger caused by trauma is extremely rare. We examined a patient in whom an apparently trivial laceration caused partial laceration of the flexor tendon, leading to trigger finger. In this case, ultrasonography was useful in establishing ...
Agada F O - - 2005
Spontaneous rupture of the oesophagus is a rare event. Most have been reported in association with oesophageal carcinoma, peptic ulceration and alcohol abuse followed by forceful episode of vomiting. We, however, report a case of spontaneous rupture of the oesophagus in an otherwise healthy individual with no history of alcohol ...
Waldecker Ute - - 2005
The typical location of a peroneus brevis tendon tear has been described at the posterior margin of the fibula due to an entrapment mechanism or repetitive anterior subluxation of the tendon. A case of a posttraumatic intratendinous ganglion of the peroneus brevis tendon in the distal third of the peroneus ...
Wells A P - - 2005
AIM: To describe an association of spontaneous inferior subconjunctival haemorrhages in eyes with circumferential drainage blebs following trabeculectomy. METHODS: Observational case series. Patients with multiple episodes of spontaneous inferior subconjunctival haemorrhage following trabeculectomy (with or without antimetabolite) and circumferential blebs are presented. All patients described had multiple episodes. A possible ...
Kaya Mete - - 2005
Spontaneous rupture of umbilical hernia is an unusual and rarely reported complication in the patient with hepatic cirrhosis and ascites, and it may be fatal. A literature search revealed that patients have been managed both operatively and nonoperatively for this condition. All of the reported cases in the literature were ...
Kellersmann Richard - - 2005
Simultaneous bilateral patella tendon ruptures are very rare injuries of the knee extensor complex often associated with systemic disorders such as lupus erythematosus or rheumatoid arthritis. We describe the case of a 34-year-old man without concomitant systemic disease or steroid use and provide the most comprehensive review of the German ...
Heyde C-E - - 2005
Quadriceps tendon rupture is an uncommon injury. In the majority of cases, predispositions as recurrent microtrauma or degenerative changes are present. The diagnosis of acute quadriceps tendon ruptures can usually be made by clinical examination. Ultrasonography has been shown as a reliable, inexpensive and easily available diagnostic tool to confirm ...
Doherty K Meghan - - 2005
Neonatal tracheal injury represents a rare complication of endotracheal intubation. Previous case reports have demonstrated high morbidity and mortality (75%) associated with the rapid occurrence of subcutaneous emphysema, respiratory failure and death in this patient population. This mandates the prompt recognition, evaluation and management of this injury in the neonate. ...
Ishikawa Kazushi - - 2005
BACKGROUND: Tufted angioma, a peculiar angioma that is characterized by tufts of capillary-sized vessels scattered 'cannonball fashion' within the dermis, is known, on occasion, to regress spontaneously. However, the appropriate waiting period for spontaneous regression has remained unclear. OBJECTIVE: To know the appropriate waiting period for spontaneous regression of tufted ...
Harasen G L G - - 2005
Seventeen cases of feline cranial cruciate ligament rupture are presented. The cases are divided into two groups: those with traumatic multiligamentous damage, and those with isolated cranial cruciate ligament rupture without a history of trauma. The cats that had suffered cruciate ligament rupture were heavier than the general population of ...
Bhushan Premnashu - - 2005
We present a case of infantile herpes zoster without clinical evidence of varicella infection in the mother or apparent exposure in the child; our patient's diagnosis was confirmed by serology and by Tzanck smear. We briefly review the etiopathogenesis factors of this condition. We emphasize the benign course and spontaneous ...
Nakamura Satoru - - 2005
We report on a case in which recurrent extensor tendon rupture was caused by tenosynovitis without skin ulcer and calcinosis in adult-onset dermatomyositis involving the hand. Proliferative tenosynovitis of the extensor tendons led to recurrent elongation or rupture of the extensor tendons, and tendon graft produced the good postoperative result ...
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