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Codd Patrick J - - 2006
Aneurysmal bone cysts (ABCs) are benign, highly vascular osseous lesions characterized by cystic, blood-filled spaces surrounded by thin perimeters of expanded bone. Children and young adults are most often affected by spinal ABCs; more than 75% of patients are younger than 20 years old at presentation. Although ABCs have been ...
Zampieri N - - 2006
Rhabdomyosarcoma (RMS) is the most common tumour of the biliary tree in childhood. In children, it is a rare lesion, accounting for about 1% of all RMS. Hepatobiliary botryoid RMS is a disease affecting young children at a median age of about 3 years. In literature, the radiological findings of ...
Manik Punita - - 2006
The commonest cyst to occur in the popliteal region is the popliteal cyst and over the past years it has received much clinical attention. The commonest position of the popliteal cyst is in the posterosuperior aspect of the medial femoral condyle. The present case report describes a rare case of ...
González-García Raúl - - 2007
Primary intraosseous carcinoma (PIOC) of the jaws has been rarely reported. The authors report 3 new cases of PIOC arising within an odontogenic cyst, ameloblastoma, and de novo origin, respectively. Surgeons should appreciate the elevated aggressiveness of this tumor despite adequate surgical treatment. The authors recommend initial aggressive surgical treatment ...
Julapalli Meena R - - 2006
Congenital midline nasal masses are rare anomalies, of which dermoid cysts are the most common type. Nasal dermoids have been classically described in the literature as pale, flesh-colored, pearly, or erythematous nodules or masses. The presentation of a nasal dermoid as an ill-defined, yellowish plaques has not been emphasized previously. ...
Kalyoussef Evelyne - - 2006
Pediatric segmental multicystic dysplastic kidney is a rare subtype of multicystic dysplastic kidney disease, with only 18 case reports published. All children previously reported with this condition presented during infancy. This is the first case of segmental multicystic dysplastic kidney in an adolescent girl. The case is discussed, along with ...
Lew B-L - - 2006
Eruptive vellus hair cysts (EVHC) are small, cystic papules that usually occur on the chest and extremities. Their aetiology is unknown. Fewer than 10 cases of a variant form of EVHC that occur exclusively on the face have been reported. We describe a case of EVHC limited to the right ...
Freitas D Q - - 2006
Dentigerous cysts are common cysts of the jaws. They are associated with the crowns of permanent teeth, most frequently associated with impacted mandibular third molars. Bilateral dentigerous cysts are rare and generally occur in association with a developmental syndrome or systemic disease, such as mucopolysaccharidosis and cleidocranial dysplasia. Bilateral dentigerous ...
Al Hilli Fayek - - 2006
Ovarian cystic teratomas with intracystic balls are rare, and only 11 cases have been reported since 1946. We present 2 new cases and review the literature for the clinical presentation and morphological appearances of the cysts and balls. We also present our histology findings on a third case reported in ...
Bahloul K - - 2006
Primary vertebral echinococcosis has been considered to be a hypothetical and exceptional possibility. It affects bones in 1% of reported cases. Spine is involved in 45-50% of these. The disease preferentially affects the thoracic spine. It begins as a single primary cyst containing daughter cysts. We report four cases of ...
Drimousis Panagiotis G - - 2006
A case of a large multiplex recurrent hydatid cyst involving the left gluteal muscle and the left iliopsoas, accompanied with degeneration of the musculature of the left upper leg is presented along with a review of the relevant literature. Very few such cases have been reported worldwide. The presented case ...
Ramtahal J - - 2006
A case of a 61-year-old female patient who presents with the clinical triad of normal pressure hydrocephalus (NPH), abnormal gait, urinary incontinence and dementia. On CT scanning, she is found to have a large arachnoid cyst which mimicked the syndrome of NPH. This is also the 60th published case of ...
Cirpar Meric - - 2006
Quadrilateral space syndrome (QSS) is a rare condition in which the posterior humeral circumflex artery and the axillary nerve are entrapped within the quadrilateral space. The main causes of the entrapment are abnormal fibrous bands and hypertrophy of the muscular boundaries. Many other space-occupying causes such as a glenoidal labral ...
de Oliveira Ricardo Santos - - 2007
BACKGROUND: Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) abdominal pseudocyst is an uncommon but important complication of ventriculoperitoneal shunts. From the collected series, several features about the etiology and management become apparent. Retrospective data were obtained from 12 children treated with cerebrospinal fluid abdominal pseudocyst defined an alternative approach for management of these patients. ...
Singal A K - - 2006
Bronchopulmonary foregut malformations are uncommon anomalies, and their association with diaphragmatic eventration is rare. This report presents 2 cases with this association. Embryologically, a simultaneous disturbance in the development of pulmonary vessels and developing esophagotracheal septum may explain the etiopathogenesis of this association. Abnormal budding along the developing foregut tube ...
Spinner Robert J - - 2006
OBJECTIVE: To introduce the clinical entity of an intraneural ganglion cyst coexisting with a vascular adventitial cyst arising from the same joint. DESIGN: Retrospective review. PATIENTS: Two patients presented with predominantly deep peroneal neuropathy due to complex superior tibiofibular joint-related cysts. In addition to having peroneal intraneural ganglion cysts, these ...
Harish Srinivasan - - 2006
We present a case of keratin granuloma due to a ruptured epidermal cyst, occurring in the foot, in a 52-year-old woman. The patient presented with a history of a slow-growing lump in the web space of the foot that had been present for over a year. Imaging appearances suggested a ...
Hsieh CT, Pai CC, ...
An abdominal pseudocyst is a rare, but important complication in patients with a ventriculo-peritoneal (VP) shunt insertion. Several predisposing factors for this complication have been suggested, including infection, obstruction or dislodgement, but the pathophysiology is still unknown. However, the abdominal inflammatory process is accepted widely as a hypothesis for the ...
Koru Ozgur - - 2006
Cyclospora cayetanensis is an agent of emerging infectious disease, and a recognized cause of diarrhea in some patients. Also, the flagellated protozoan, Giardia intestinalis, induces a diarrheal illness of the small intestine. Cases of cyclosporiasis are frequently missed, primarily due to the fact that the parasite can be quite difficult ...
Kothari Mihir T - - 2006
Various trans-conjunctival ophthalmic procedures are reported to cause inclusion cyst of conjunctiva, due to the accidental inclusion of viable conjunctival epithelium, under intact conjunctiva. We report a case of histopathologically confirmed inclusion cyst of the cornea following filtering surgery. There was no recurrence in 24 months of postoperative period.
Ciurea Alexandru Vlad - - 2006
Intraorbital hydatid disease (IHD) is quite rare and represents < 1% of the Echinococcus cases. In our current communication, we report two children with solitary, primary intraorbital hydatid cysts. Both children presented with nontender, nonpulsatile proptosis. Imaging workup, including CT and MRI scans of the head and the orbits, revealed ...
Arbell Dan - - 2006
We present the case of a premature baby who was born with the following conditions: an extensive atresia from the first part of the duodenum to the mid small bowel; malrotation of the distal part, in volvulus and in an "apple peel" configuration; no connection of the bile ducts to ...
Connolly M - - 2006
We report the case of a 50-year-old woman who presented with eight digital myxoid cysts (DMCs) involving the fingers of both hands. They developed within 12 months of the patient starting a job that involved pushing a garment into an embroidery mould, thus exerting a downward force on the fingertips. ...
Ghumman S - - 2006
Appendiceal mucocele is a rare condition characterised by cystic dilatation of the lumen of the appendix. Whenever possible it is essential to identify the disease pre-operatively by full clinical assessment and thorough investigations including abdominal CT scan and colonoscopy or barium enema. Accurate diagnosis helps to plan for a careful ...
Terai T - - 2006
A case report and a review of literature. To describe a rare case of adult onset tethered cord syndrome associated with intradural dermoid cyst. General Orthopedics, Japan. A 50-year-old woman was referred to us because of right leg pain and pollakiuria. Neurological examinations and radiological assessments including myelography, computerized tomography ...
Nadeem Mohammad - - 2006
We report a rare case of a breast lump in an 81-year-old woman. Initial investigations were inconclusive and excision biopsy of the lump was done. Histologically the mass proved to be a ganglion cyst. It is the only reported case of ectopic ganglion cyst in the literature that presented as ...
Kikuta Ken-Ichiro - - 2006
The authors report the case of a 25-year-old man with a thoracolumbar extradural arachnoid cyst who underwent expansive duraplasty. Symptoms, preoperative magnetic resonance imaging features, and intraoperative findings suggested the involvement of entrapment neuropathy in the manifestation of symptoms. To the authors' knowledge, this case represents the first evidence that ...
Iaconetta G - - 2006
Arachnoid cysts (AC) are usually asymptomatic. However, very rarely they can become symptomatic due to cyst enlargement or haemorrhage, often after head trauma. In such cases bleeding is often confined to the subdural space, but intracystic haemorrhage has rarely been observed. We report a case of a child who had ...
Chimenos-Küstner E - - 2006
Odontogenic keratocysts, characterized by considerable local aggressiveness and high recurrence rates, account for 5-15% of all odontogenic cysts. This paper reviews the literature and describes the most important aspects of this type of cyst, a clinical example being given as way of illustration. We also report a paleopathological case featuring ...
Köksal Yavuz - - 2005
Bilateral cystic adrenal neuroblastoma is an unusual variant of neuroblastoma, and only two cases have been reported in the neonatal period until now. The authors describe a newborn with splenic and hepatic involvement of bilateral adrenal cystic neuroblastoma.
Kalinova K
Splenic cysts are rare lesions. Primary cysts have a cellular lining that can be caused by congenital events or parasitic infection (Echinococcus). Secondary cysts have no cellular lining and may be of hemorrhagic, serous, inflammatory, or degenerative origin. We report a case of pseudocyst treated successfully by splenectomy, and we ...
Kaneyama Kazuhiro - - 2005
Traditionally, choledochal cyst (CC) is classified into five types according to Todani's classification. Of 356 cases of CC treated at our institute since 1965, we experienced four cases of mixed type I and II choledochal cyst (MTCC). The incidence of MTCC was 1.1%. All four patients had a fusiform common ...
Kusaka Y - - 2005
The authors report a fetus with an arachnoid cyst of the quadrigeminal cistern without hydrocephalus at 30 gestational weeks. We reviewed the literature and could find only 62 reported cases of arachnoid cyst of the quadrigeminal cistern. We present a case without hydrocephalus diagnosed by combining ultrasound (US) and magnetic ...
Spina P - - 2006
Urachal cysts are rare and usually asymptomatic until they become infected. This is a report of a case of peritonitis due to intraperitoneal rupture of an infected urachal cyst in a 3-month-old girl. A review of the literature found 31 similar cases previously reported, only seven of which were described ...
Wang Wen-Chen - - 2005
An uncommon case of concurrent extravasation mucocele and epidermoid cyst in the lower lip of a 13-year-old boy is described. To our knowledge, there is no other report of such a concurrence, neither at the same site nor at different locations, involving these two lesions in the oral mucosa.
Cho Byoung Chul - - 2005
Tailgut cysts (TGCs) are rare congenital cysts that occur in the retrorectal or presacral spaces. Although most tailgut cysts have been reported as benign, there have been at least 9 cases associated with malignant change. We report herein on an unusual case of a 40-year-old woman with a carcinoembryonic antigen ...
Chao Ting-Kuang - - 2005
Arachnoid cyst of the middle cranial fossa has never been reported to present with sensorineural hearing impairment. We report the case of a 15-year-old girl who complained of progressive hearing loss on the right side for 4 years. The pure tone audiometry revealed sensorineural hearing loss with an average of ...
Akan Hakan - - 2005
We report a case of mucinous cystadenoma in a horseshoe kidney which radiologically resembled a simple renal cyst. In the published literature, three cases of mucinous cystadenoma of renal origin have been reported. Although these tumors are believed to originate from the renal pelvis, the cyst in the present case ...
van Loon Piet J M - - 2005
BACKGROUND CONTEXT: Pronounced kyphosis of the thoracolumbar junction is a common orthopedic problem in adolescents and may require prolonged bracing therapy or correction spondylodesis. PURPOSE: To describe a case where a kyphotic deformity was related to gynecological instead of spine pathology. STUDY DESIGN: Case report. METHODS: A 17-year-old girl presented ...
Bird Robin - - 2005
A case of bronchobiliary fistula (BBF) was demonstrated in the setting of polycystic kidney and liver disease (PCKLD) by hepatobiliary scintigraphy. High-resolution noncontrast computed tomography through the liver showed a polycystic liver. A calcified cyst adjacent to the dome of the liver appeared to have a fistulous connection with the ...
Cunnick G H - - 2005
This case report describes a unique case of large (up to 17 cm!) peritoneal cysts of uncertain aetiology. It illustrates the diagnostic and management difficulties encountered with such a rare problem. Although subsequently proven to be benign, they were thought to represent an extreme form of endosalpingiosis after a literature ...
Najjar Marwan W - - 2005
We report a case of a 31-year-old woman with an intramedullary thoracic dermoid, who had progressive spastic paraparesis in her lower extremities over a period of three years, as well as loss of bowel and bladder control. She had been operated for "spina bifida" at three days of age but ...
Bracaglia R - - 2005
Mucous cysts formation following a rhinoplasty is a rare complication. Only 16 cases have been reported. The cysts seem to arise from mucosal remnants left in the subcutaneous layer and must be distinguished from other complications causing postoperative swelling of the nose, such as foreign body, paraffinoma and bony or ...
Smith Alastair T F - - 2005
Radicular cysts associated with the deciduous dentition are rare. The literature is sparse regarding cysts associated with primary incisor teeth, which is surprising given the frequency with which these teeth are traumatized. Most cases reported involve molar teeth associated with apical infection following on from caries. A case of a ...
Riel-Romero Rosario Maria S - - 2005
Megalencephalic leukoencephalopathy with subcortical cysts is a rare leukodystrophy characterized by macrocephaly and a slowly progressive clinical course marked by spasticity and cognitive decline. We report two full siblings with neuroimaging studies and clinical courses typical for megalencephalic leukoencephalopathy with subcortical cysts, in whom a pair of novel mutations in ...
Yamagata Kenji - - 2005
We describe herein a 57-year-old Japanese male with a folliculosebaceous cystic hamartoma (FCH) presenting several hair shaft fragments in the cyst. Clinically, a skin-colored, dome-shaped, hard nodule, 5 x 4 mm in diameter was observed on the antitragus of his left ear. Histological examination revealed a large cystic structure surrounded ...
Meher R - - 2005
Nasal dermoids are rare congenital anomalies, which usually present in early childhood as a midline nasal mass that requires surgical management. It is important to rule out any intracranial extension before subjecting the patient to surgery. We describe a case of nasal dermoid with intracranial extension. The embryology of the ...
Kaya Mete - - 2005
We report the case of a 13-year-old girl in whom an appendix carcinoid was found incidentally during excision of a choledochal cyst. Although incidental carcinoid tumors of the extrahepatic bile ducts have been reported, to the best of our knowledge this is the first published case of a choledochal cyst ...
Charrier Jean-Baptiste - - 2005
The nasal dermoid sinus cyst (NDSC) is an uncommon congenital lesion presenting as a large panel of midline craniofacial anomalies. The objective of this study was to review and reanalyze embryological hypotheses concerning NDSCs and to propose an embryological theory unifying the various anatomical characteristics of these lesions. The first ...
Aditya Gopaliah Shivane - - 2004
Neurocysticercosis (NCC) is the most common of the parasitic diseases affecting the CNS, with protean clinical manifestations. Stroke as a complication of NCC occurs in a very small percentage of cases, mostly involving small perforating vessels while major intracranial vessel involvement is extremely rare. The present report involves two autopsied ...
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