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Nakamura Y - - 2002
We report a case of acute disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC) developed during menstruation in an adenomyosis patient. No known predisposing factor for DIC such as infection or pregnancy was involved in this case. As anticoagulation therapy and supplementation of coagulation factors quickly improve the state, surgical removal of the uterus ...
Ruggieri R M - - 2002
Pancreatic encephalopathy is a rare complication of acute pancreatitis. Clinical features include focal neurological signs and acute onset of dementia. This picture can fluctuate over time: cyclic progression with remission and relapses has been described. We present the case of a 43-year-old man who, after an acute episode of pancreatitis, ...
Basker M - - 2002
Renal enlargement in acute lymphoblastic leukaemia is well reported in literature from Western Countries. However there are very few reports from developing countries. Bilateral symmetrical enlargement of kidneys as a primary presentation of acute lymphoblastic leukaemia is rare. We report a child who had acute lymphoblastic leukaemia presenting with bilateral ...
Grover Raminder - - 2002
Due to the devastating nature of acute retinal necrosis syndrome (ARNS), early diagnosis is essential. 5 cases of clinically diagnosed ARNA were investigated for CMC, herpes simplex and varicella zoster virus (VZV) infections. Of the three VZV IgM positive cases, two were positive in acute blood samples and one in ...
Takeh Hossein - - 2002
We report a case of giant benign pancreatic mucinous cystadenoma in a 19-year-old woman with celiac disease and polycystic kidneys. She presented with a history of moderate episodic left flank pain evolving for a few weeks before becoming acute the night before her admission. We provide radiological and histological material ...
Okazaki K - - 2002
Since the first documented case of a particular form of pancreatitis with hypergammaglobulinaemia, similar cases have been reported, leading to the concept of an autoimmune related pancreatitis or so-called "autoimmune pancreatitis". Although it has not yet been widely accepted as a new clinical entity, the present article discusses the recent ...
Moriguchi Takeshi - - 2002
It has been accepted widely that excessive humoral mediators play important roles in the pathogenesis of organ failure in patients with severe acute pancreatitis (SAP) and that infection of the pancreas due to bacterial translocation (BT) is the most frequent cause of death in SAP. On the other hand, it ...
Sclabas Guido - - 2002
Chronic pancreatitis is a rare differential diagnosis of obstructive jaundice and/or recurrent abdominal pain in childhood and adolescence. The hereditary calcifying and the noncalcifying obstructive form are the two major forms of juvenile chronic pancreatitis. Other causes include cystic fibrosis, hyperparathyroidism, hyperlipoproteinemia and ascariasis. Even less common is the so ...
Spain Ken - - 2002
This case report involves the anesthetic management of a rare case of adult epiglottitis. It is unique in that there are real photographs of the illness and a previously undocumented use of a specific airway adjunct in acute epiglottitis, the Bullard laryngoscope. Management of the case from start to finish ...
al-Abassi Abdulla - - 2002
OBJECTIVE: Mycoplasma pneumoniae is responsible for approximately 20% of community-acquired pneumonia. A wide variety of extrapulmonary manifestations related to M. pneumoniae infection can occur. The diagnosis of M. pneumoniae and its association with acute pancreatitis is briefly reviewed. CLINICAL PRESENTATION: We describe the case of a 9-year-old boy with clinical ...
Machicao Victor I - - 2002
We report the case of a 49-year-old patient who developed hemobilia and acute pancreatitis from an arterioportal fistula after a percutaneous liver biopsy, and we analyze diagnostic testing and management based on a concise review of the available literature. Hemobilia can present as late as 10 days after liver biopsy. ...
Bazzi Jamal - - 2002
Acute calcific discitis in the pediatric population is a well-described entity and may rarely involve the adult population. Acute calcific discitis does occur in adults, presenting clinically with the abrupt onset of severe back pain with a classic radiographic calcification of the disc similar to that of a discogram; it ...
Oxentenko Amy S - - 2002
Acute pericarditis has been described as an extraintestinal manifestation of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), as well as a consequence of IBD treatment, specifically sulfasalazine and mesalamine. Until now, there have been no reported cases of constrictive pericarditis associated with IBD or its treatment. A 37-year-old woman with a 24-year history ...
Tsikoudas A - - 2002
A review of the literature reveals only 12 reported cases of laryngeal gout. We describe three further cases of laryngeal gout, the largest series ever published. The first case is previously undescribed acute gouty cricoarytenoiditis resulting in acute airway embarrassment requiring tracheotomy, and then we describe two cases of chronic ...
Jamshidi Mohammad - - 2002
Isotretinoin is a vitamin-A derivative most commonly utilized in the treatment of severe recalcitrant nodulocystic acne. Derangement of lipid metabolism leading to increased triglyceride and cholesterol level has been reported after taking this drug. We report the case of a 43-year-old female with no identifiable risk factor for pancreatitis who ...
Sassa Shigeru - - 2002
Porphyrias are inherited disorders of heme biosynthesis. ALA dehydratase porphyria (ADP) and congenital erythropoietic porphyria (CEP) are autosomal recessive porphyrias, and are typically expressed at birth or in childhood. However, a few cases of late-onset recessive porphyrias have been reported. Recently we encountered a late-onset ADP patient who developed symptoms ...
McKeag David - - 2002
A case is reported of combined coliform and anaerobic bacterial infection of the lacrimal sac, a condition of which there is only one other published case report. In addition, a literature review is presented of the bacteriology of acute dacryocystitis as it applies to this case. Recommendations for the microbiological ...
Preiss Jan Christian - - 2002
Pancreatic panniculitis is a rare complication that occurs in 0.3-3% of patients with pancreatic diseases. Most of the cases reported to date were associated with adenocarcinoma and acute or chronic pancreatitis. We here present an 88-year-old man who was admitted to our institution with a nonfunctional neuroendocrine carcinoma of the ...
Ogawa K - - 2001
Three cases involving a previously unreported association of acute pancreatic damage following convulsive status epilepticus (SE) are presented. A review of literature failed to reveal a similar association between SE and acute pancreatic damage. As possible pathophysiological mechanisms of this so far unknown sequel of SE, increased intraduodenal pressure during ...
Rohayem J - - 2001
We report on the case of a healthy young boy who developed a fulminant myocarditis due to acute coinfection with erythrovirus (parvovirus B19) and human herpesvirus 6 (HHV-6) in the absence of an antiviral immune response. We suggest that the HHV-6-induced immunosuppression enhanced dissemination of parvovirus B19, which led to ...
Sharma D K - - 2001
A rare event of acute free perforation of gall bladder with biliary peritonitis in a case of calculous cholecystitis in a 28 years old pregnant lady occurring in the absence of the usual factors associated with gall stone disease is reported. The clinical features resembled acute appendicitis and a pre-operative ...
Prasad T R - - 2001
Two children with incidentally-diagnosed ectopic pancreatic tissue in the jejunum at surgery for extrahepatic biliary atresia (EHBA) and choledochal cyst (CC) are reported. No case has been reported in the literature describing the association of a CC with ectopic pancreas, and only one case of EHBA associated with ectopic pancreas ...
Sharara A I - - 2001
Schistosomal cholecystitis is a rare entity with less than 10 cases described in the medical literature [1-3]. It is unclear whether schistosomal eggs deposited in the wall of the gallbladder trigger a clinically manifest acute cholecystitis, since most of the cases described were also found to have concomitant gallstones. Herein, ...
Sasaki M - - 2001
We report a male case of 3-hydroxyisobutyric aciduria (3HiB-uria) with severe brain damage. He had mild asphyxia at birth. He needed tube feeding for a month. He showed mild dysmorphic features, including low set ears, a long philtrum and micrognathia. At 4 months of age he had acute encephalopathy. Thereafter, ...
Sökmen S - - 2001
It is often speculated that an inflamed gallbladder weeps bile to produce bile peritonitis. This may be so, but more likely the problem is a peritoneal effusion in a jaundiced patient which thus resembles bile. So-called "spontaneous or idiopathic biliary peritonitis" in acute acalculous cholecystitis without a proven cause is ...
Gosnell F E - - 2001
Acute pancreatitis is an uncommon cause of abdominal pain during pregnancy, and rarely progresses to the necrotizing from of the disease in this clinical setting. Hyperlipidemia is an infrequent cause of acute pancreatitis. Whereas only 100 cases of hyperlipidemia-induced necrotizing pancreatitis have been reported in the literature to date, all ...
Duzova A - - 2001
Acute tumour lysis syndrome (ATLS) is a well recognised complication of treatment of a variety of malignant disorders. It commonly occurs in patients with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma (NHL) and acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL) with the administration of combined cytotoxic chemotherapy. It is rarely reported after single-agent corticosteroid therapy. We present two ...
Pérez Saborido B - - 2001
The segmental infarction of the greater omentum is a rare cause of acute abdomen. Its etiology is uncertain although several predisposing factors have been underlined such as congenital venous anomalies, sudden change of position and substantial meal. The clinical picture simulates an appendicitis or cholecystitis, thus being difficult to make ...
Firth A Y - - 2001
PURPOSE: To report the possible effects of heroin withdrawal on binocular vision. METHODS: A case series of patients is presented in whom esotropia developed on cessation of heroin use. RESULTS: In each case the esotropia was concomitant and prismatic correction restored binocular single vision. Intermittent spontaneous control occurred in one ...
Sandmeier D - - 2001
We recently observed numerous microspheroliths consisting of microscopic organized crystalline structures of varying shapes, sizes, and colors in a bile specimen from a 65-yr-old woman obtained directly from the gallbladder during a surgical procedure for cholecystectomy. Detection of microspheroliths could be very useful in the diagnostic approach to patients with ...
Abubacker M - - 2001
Spontaneous resolution of acute hydrocephalus without aspiration of cerebral fluid is rare. In a neonate born at full term this has only been reported once before. We report on one further case that was caused by intraventricular haemorrhage (IVH). The probable mechanism is resolution of the acute haemorrhage in the ...
Castoldi Laura - - 2001
Gangliocytic paragangliomas (GPs) are exceedingly rare tumors that arise in close proximity of the papillaof Vater. Nevertheless, jaundice is an uncommon presenting symptom, reported in only 3 of 125 casesdescribed in the literature to date, with gastrointestinal bleeding being more common.Association between GPs and neurofibromatosis 1 (NF-1), described in two ...
Wanby P - - 2001
Myocarditis associated with bacterial enteritis has only rarely been described and the pathogenesis is unclear. Herein we report a case where a young adult developed myocarditis during the acute stage of an infection with Salmonella heidelberg and Campylobacter jejunii/coli. The patient's troponin I value was elevated. We suggest that use ...
Stephenson D J - - 2000
X-linked adrenoleukodystrophy is a neurodegenerative disorder affecting the myelin of the nervous system and the adrenal cortex. The childhood form of the disease is typically heralded by subtle neurocognitive changes which later progress. Acute presentation of childhood ALD has been reported, but the incidence is not known. We reviewed the ...
Sirvanci M - - 2000
Inflammation of an epiploic appendage is considered to be a rare cause of acute abdomen. Recently, it has been reported that typical computed tomography (CT) findings of primary epiploic appendagitis (PEA) provide a definitive diagnosis in most of the cases. However, since these papers are only few, they are easily ...
Lin C H - - 2000
Diverticulum of the appendix is rarely encountered. A case of appendiceal diverticulosis is described. A 46-year-old male patient was sent to our hospital with presentation of acute appendicitis-like symptoms. The appendix was removed by laparoscopic appendectomy, and it showed erythematous change with local peritoneal reaction and omental shift at the ...
Blas M M Department of Anesthesiology, University of Florida College of Medicine, Gainsville 32610-0254, - - 2000
We report a unique case of acute anaphylaxis after mediastinal irrigation with a dilute bacitracin solution.
Satchithananda K - - 2000
Acute appendicitis presenting with scrotal symptoms is a rare event, occurring when a patent processus vaginalis persists. We present a case where ultrasound demonstrated an inflamed appendix and a scrotal abscess, allowing the correct surgical management in a difficult clinical situation. In a child presenting with scrotal signs and vague ...
Singh S - - 2000
A case of middle aged male who developed swelling and weakness of muscles in the lower limbs following a heavy binge of alcohol is being reported. He had myoglobinuria and developed acute renal failure for which he was dialyzed. Acute alcoholic myopathy is not a well recognized condition and should ...
Sodhi Punita Kumari - - 2000
Two cases of ocular mycosis caused by the genus Curvularia are reported. In these cases, the infection was localised to the lacrimal sac only and presented in the form of acute to chronic dacryocystitis. Interestingly, neither of the hosts was immunocompromised. The authors have not been able to find a ...
Heise C P - - 2000
Massive hemobilia is a well recognized clinical entity, particularly when it presents with jaundice, GI bleeding, and biliary pain. However, occult hemobilia is more difficult to diagnose and has seldom been reported because of its clinically silent nature. In fact, this is usually overlooked until complications arise. Hemocholecyst or clot ...
Carr N J - - 2000
Although acute appendicitis is frequent, it is subject to common misconceptions. Furthermore, there is little good evidence to support some of our beliefs. This report reviews the role of the anatomic pathologist in diagnosis when acute appendicitis is suspected clinically and discusses what is known of its pathology. The conclusions ...
Erberich H - - 2000
Adenomyomas of the stomach are rare tumours characterised by duct/gland-like structures embedded within a smooth muscle stroma. Although the histogenesis of adenomyomas remains unclear, the histological appearance has justified the assumption that these are abortive forms of pancreatic heterotopia. We report an unusual case with simultaneous and independent appearance of ...
Maltzman J S - - 2000
OBJECTIVE: To inform ophthalmologists about bee and wasp sting-related optic neuropathy. DESIGN: Two case reports and literature review. METHODS: Review of two cases, clinical history, laboratory testing, and follow-up. RESULTS: Two cases of bee and wasp sting optic neuritis are described and five additional cases of optic neuritis occurring after ...
De Rai P - - 2000
BACKGROUND: Intraluminal duodenal diverticulum is a rare congenital anomaly. First described by Boyd in 1845, no more than 100 cases have been reported up to now: only 17 are associated with acute pancreatitis. METHODS: A new case of intraluminal duodenal diverticulum with acute pancreatitis is reported and the literature about ...
Gökahmeto─člu S - - 2000
We report a case of Aspergillus flavus pericarditis treated with fluconazole for oral candidosis. The patient with acute myeloblastic leukaemia developed tachypnoea after antileukaemic chemotherapy. Pericardial effusion was seen in the echocardiogram. Aspergillus flavus was isolated from the pericardial fluid. The patient died from aspergillosis, before the antimycotic treatment could ...
Ciani S - - 2000
The histological features of resolving acute appendicitis are described. Formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded appendices of 200 cases with acute, non-complicated phlegmonous appendicitis were reviewed. In 80 out of 200 cases, a histological picture characterized by a predominantly lymphocytic infiltrate of the subserosa and muscularis propria or the subserosa alone was found. In ...
Estevão-Costa J - - 2000
Gastric volvulus (GV) is a rare surgical emergency in infancy and childhood. The first case of a child with an acute GV secondary to a Morgagni hernia (MH) is reported. The authors briefly discuss the etiology, clinical features, and management of acute GV and review the scattered reports of strangulated ...
Osorio J - - 2000
We report a 33-year-old man with distal ileum infarction after intravenous abuse of cocaine. He underwent resection of a gangrenous bowel segment and survived. We review the literature regarding intestinal ischaemia related to cocaine. To date, 19 cases have been published. Like most previously reported cases, our patient was young ...
Hamaguchi H - - 1999
We report a case of acute pancreatitis complicating Salmonella enteritis. A 43-yr-old woman who was admitted to our department because of Salmonella enteritis developed clinical acute pancreatitis with laboratory and radiographic signs on the fourth hospital day. She was free from symptoms on the eighth hospital day, but her elevated ...
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