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Fattahi Mohammad Reza MR Gastroenterohepatology Research Centre, Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Shiraz, - - 2012
Double pylorus (DP) is a rare condition characterized by the presence of two openings from the gastric antrum to the duodenal bulb, which may be congenital or acquired. Herein, we describe a case of DP in a cirrhotic patient.
Janardhan Nara N Department of ENT, Narayana Medical College, Nellore, Andhra Pradesh - - 2013
An ectopic supernumerary tooth causing the formation of rhinolith was never reported before in the medical literature. A 30 years old male patient presented to our hospital with one sided nasal obstruction, recurrent epistaxis, and nasal discharge. Anterior rhinoscopy, nasal endoscopy and X-ray paranasal sinuses revealed a rhinolith in the left ...
Burton Martin J MJ Department of Otolaryngology, University of Oxford and the Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford, - - 2012
The "Cochrane Corner" is a quarterly section in the Journal that highlights systematic reviews relevant to otolaryngology-head and neck surgery, with invited commentary to aid clinical decision making. This installment features a Cochrane Review, titled "Topical Steroid for Chronic Rhinosinusitis without Polyps," that finds good evidence to support therapeutic benefits ...
Chentli Farida - - 2012
Abstract Introduction: Although craniopharyngiomas are congenital tumors, they are rarely diagnosed in the prenatal or early neonatal period. Sometimes they are very large, debilitating and life-threatening, as in the case discussed here. Observation: A 21-month-old girl was referred for craniopharyngioma that had been diagnosed at 5 months because of neurologic ...
Perrott Jerrold L JL Departments of Pharmacy and Critical Care, Royal Columbian Hospital, New Westminster, BC, Canada ; Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, - - 2012
Purpose. To describe the successful use of dexmedetomidine as the primary procedural sedative for a percutaneous tracheotomy procedure and to systematically present the supporting literature. Materials and Methods. A Case report of our experience and systematic literature search. PubMed, Embase, and Google Scholar were searched without restriction using the key ...
Mandal Ajay - - 2012
Ileosigmoid knotting, also known as compound volvulus or double Volvulus, is a rare cause of acute intestinal obstruction. In this condition the ileum wraps around the base of the sigmoid colon and forms a knot. The condition is serious, generally progressing rapidly to gangrene of both ileum and sigmoid colon. ...
Wenson Scott F - - 2011
Primary cutaneous amyloidosis includes several forms of localized amyloidosis characterized by superficial amyloid deposits occurring at or near the dermal-epidermal junction in the absence of systemic involvement. Primary cutaneous amyloidosis of the auricular concha and external ear represents a rarely described variant. There have been 27 cases reported in the ...
Alvarez Patricia - - 2011
We report a case of a 9-year-old boy who presented with 2 lesions that were compatible clinically with cutaneous leishmaniasis of the New World. A skin biopsy showed tuberculoid granulomas with rounded calcified bodies. The diagnosis was supported by a positive leishmanin test and a positive polymerase chain reaction. The ...
Wiwanitkit Viroj - - 2011
Leishmaniasis is an important tropical vector-borne disease. This infection can be seen in tropical area and it is considered to be one of the most important vector-borne infections at present. The general situation of the leishmaniasis in Thailand is hereby reviewed. Although Thailand is a tropical country, the leishmaniasis is ...
Altmeyer Mary D - - 2011
Cutaneous mercury (Hg) granuloma is a rare disorder caused by the traumatic introduction of elemental Hg into skin or soft tissue. Typically, cutaneous elemental Hg deposits cause limited systemic effects. Prominent systemic toxicity may, however, occasionally occur. Herein we report a case of cutaneous Hg granuloma resulting in chronic painful ...
Scruggs Jessica M - - 2011
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Hervás Juan A - - 2011
We present a case of a child with Leishmania infantum cutaneous leishmaniasis unresponsive to 2 courses of intravenous liposomal amphotericin B, a treatment failure that has not been reported in this Leishmania species. The patient responded to topical imiquimod and had no relapse. We review the literature on the treatment ...
Gupta Lipy - - 2011
Nevoid hypertrichosis is a rare entity characterized by circumscribed patches of terminal hair. It is associated with many cutaneous and extra-cutaneous abnormalities. In our case, a single circumscribed patch of terminal hair growth was present without any underlying or associated cutaneous or systemic abnormalities.
Harhay Michael O - - 2011
Since the early 1980s, visceral leishmaniasis (VL) which is, in general, a rural zoonotic disease, has spread to the urban centers of the north, and now the south and west of Brazil. The principal drivers differ between cities, though human migration, large urban canid populations (animal reservoir), and a decidedly ...
Garaffa Giulio - - 2011
Penile reconstruction still represents a formidable challenge for the urologist. In this review, the most recent advances in penile reconstruction after trauma, excision of benign and malignant disease and in patients with micropenis, aphallia or female to male gender dysphoria are reported.
Minyi Y - - 2011
An epithelioid hemangioendothelioma arising from the right common femoral vein in a 50-year-old woman was treated by wide local excision and venous reconstruction with the ePTFE graft. This clinicopathologic entity is a rare cause of intravascular mass and is characterized by an intermediate malignant potential. To our knowledge, very few ...
Rubio Hidalgo Emilio - - 2011
OBJECTIVE: Scrotal lymphedema (SL) is a rare clinical pathology with multiple etiologies. We report a case of idiopathic giant scrotal lymphedema and review the existing medical literature in Medline from the last ten years. METHODS: We report the case of a male patient with a giant scrotal lymphedema (43×40 cm) ...
Tezel Erdem - - 2011
BACKGROUND: Auricular surgery is a challenging subject in plastic surgery due to the complicated surface topography of the external ear. Although various techniques for ear reduction and helical rim reconstruction have been reported in the literature, an ideal method is yet to be defined. Double helical rim advancement flaps with ...
Vaienti Luca - - 2011
Total extrusion of the talus with interruption of all ligaments (missing talus) is a rare injury. We describe the case of a 27-year-old man who reported total extrusion of the talus after a motorbike accident with interruption of all talar ligaments. In the first repair effort, the articular void left ...
Shahrabi Farahani Shokoufeh - - 2011
Verruciform xanthoma (VX) is an uncommon benign inflammatory mucocutaneous condition that chiefly occurs in the oral cavity. It is often associated with pre-existing epithelial and/or inflammatory disorder and is characterized histopathologically by papillary epithelial hyperplasia and the presence of foamy macrophages in connective tissue papillae. We report of a series ...
Shim Tang Ngee - - 2011
A variety of the flaps used to reconstruct defects of the head and neck region following surgery for malignant disease contain hair follicles that may result in unwanted hair growth. This can cause significant distress to the patients in a variety of ways. We report 5 cases of significant intraoral ...
Sabnis Girish R - - 2011
Adult-onset Still's disease is a multisystem inflammatory disorder of unknown etiology characterized by typical spiking fever, evanescent rash, arthralgia, and leucocytosis. Neurologic manifestations are infrequent, seen in 7 to 12% of cases. We present the case of a young male admitted with aseptic meningitis that satisfied the diagnostic criteria of ...
Egozi D - - 2011
Using the microsurgical technique for reconstruction in trauma cases represents a challenge for the reconstructive surgeon. Several methods of salvaging of a compromised free flap have been reported, among them: intravenous heparin washing, thrombolitic therapy, thrombectomy, use of grafts and others. Here, we present our experience from nine cases and ...
Salati Sajad Ahmad - - 2011
Complications of pedal wounds closed primarily after release of neglected cases of club foot are well known in literature. We treated a 12-year-old boy presenting with widespread necrosis involving medial aspect of foot after release of neglected talipes equinovarus. Such widespread necrosis is even known to end up in amputations ...
Dimitroulis G - - 2010
The aim of this critical review is to determine what constitutes an ideal disc replacement material and whether any of the existing materials reported in the literature satisfy the requirements of an effective disc substitute following temporomandibular joint (TMJ) discectomy. Over the last half century a myriad of interpositional materials ...
Martorell-Calatayud A - - 2011
Although basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is one of the most common forms of cancer worldwide, it rarely occurs in the axilla. Only 31 cases have been reported in the literature. The incidence of metastatic BCC, particularly in areas not exposed to the sun, is very low. We present a new ...
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Op den Winkel M - - 2010
Kidney disease is a rare complication of Campylobacter jejuni (C. jejuni) enteritis. We here present the case of an 18-year-old male patient with crampy abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhea, and fever. Three weeks later urinalysis revealed mild proteinuria and hematuria and a marked raise in serum creatinine was observed. Renal biopsy ...
O'Donnell Anne-Marie - - 2010
Hirschsprung's disease is characterised by the congenital absence of ganglion cells beginning in the distal rectum and extending proximally for varying distances. 'Zonal aganglionosis' is a phenomenon involving a zone of aganglionosis occurring within normally innervated intestine. 'Skip segment' Hirschsprung's disease (SSHD) involves a 'skip area' of normally ganglionated intestine, ...
Apok V - - 2010
Moyamoya is a rare disorder characterised by progressive cerebrovascular occlusion, causing ischaemic strokes and intracerebral haemorrhages. Originally described in Japanese, it has been increasingly characterised in the Western population in the last two decades. There is a paucity of literature on cases of adults with idiopathic moyamoya disease within the ...
Neves João F - - 2010
Transfusion-associated graft-versus-host disease (TA-GVHD) is a rare complication of transfusion of nonirradiated blood components. It usually affects children in high-risk groups, including those who have primary immunodeficiencies (PIDs). It usually presents with skin, hepatic, digestive, and hematologic involvement and is normally fatal. We report the case of a nonlethal, attenuated, ...
Jiang Hong - - 2011
Von Hippel-Lindau disease (VHL) comprises a series of complicated clinical manifestations. We hereby report one unique case of VHL with a natural history that mimics acute myelitis. MRI and biopsy in this patient showed multiple solid hemangioblastomas of the central nervous system and kidney. This study further confirmed that VHL ...
Sawada Yu - - 2010
Extramammary Paget's disease that occurs in non-apocrine-bearing regions is referred to as ectopic and has been rarely reported. A 62-year-old man presented with a slowly progressive, asymptomatic light-brown plaque on his back. Histopathological examination revealed the presence of large pale cells with prominent nuclei, which proliferated diffusely and focally in ...
Zada Gabriel - - 2010
Several studies have reported an association between idiopathic intracranial hypertension (IIH) and deficits of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis. A 33-yr-old woman with Cushing's disease underwent successful surgical resection of a pituitary adenoma and developed IIH 11 months later after inadvertent withdrawal of oral glucocorticoids. A review of the literature was ...
Perdan-Pirkmajer Katja - - 2010
Adult-onset Still's disease (AOSD) is an uncommon systemic inflammatory disease of unknown aetiology. Up to 80% of AOSD cases can be controlled with corticosteroids; however, reports on those unresponsive to corticosteroids, conventional disease modifying drugs and biological agents, including anti-IL1 inhibitors, are emerging. We present a case of AOSD with ...
Mays Simon - - 2010
The strong genetic component in the etiology of Paget's disease of bone (PDB), together with marked geographic variation in its prevalence, with high frequencies in British populations, has led some to suggest that the disease originated in Britain and spread around the world in recent times by the migration and ...
Shen Lisa Y - - 2010
BACKGROUND: Lipoatrophic panniculitis (LP) is a rare disease of childhood characterized by eruption of tender erythematous nodules and plaques followed by circumferential bands of lipoatrophy often seen on the arms and legs. This condition has also been known as lipophagic panniculitis of childhood, annular atrophy of the ankles, and partial ...
Derber Catherine - - 2010
Invasive dematiaceous fungal sinusitis is an uncommon and aggressive disease in immunocompromised individuals. We report a unique case of invasive Exserohilum sinusitis in a pregnant, immunocompromised woman. After treating the woman with pregnancy-induced aplastic anemia and invasive Exserohilum sinusitis and pulmonary disease, we performed a Medline/PubMed review of invasive dematiaceous ...
Leopairut Juvady - - 2010
Rhinofacial entomophthoramycosis is an uncommon chronic mycotic disease caused by exposure to the organism Conidiobolus coronatus. The authors report a case series of 5 patients with rhinofacial entomophthoramycosis and review the literature. All patients had typical involvement of the rhinofacial area with formation of subcutaneous lesions causing a chronic granulomatous ...
Meije Yolanda - - 2010
Temozolomide chemotherapy has become part of the therapy used to treat glioblastoma multiforme and refractory anaplastic astrocytoma. Temozolomide frequently produces profound lymphopenia. We report 2 cases of cytomegalovirus disease that occurred in patients receiving temozolomide therapy and review 4 additional cases reported in the literature. Narrow monitoring with cytomegalovirus antigenemia ...
Hsu Yuan-Chun - - 2010
Calcium pyrophosphate dihydrate deposition disease (CPPD), also known as pseudogout or chondrocalcinosis, is a variety of metabolic arthropathy caused by the deposition of calcium pyrophosphate dihydrate crystals in and around joints. Despite many case reports, extra-articular CPPD often goes unrecognized. Here, we report a unique case of pancreatic tail pseudocyst ...
Wehbe Edgard - - 2010
Hepatic encephalopathy is a syndrome of neuropsychiatric dysfunction caused by portosystemic venous shunting with or without the presence of intrinsic liver disease. Clinical presentations are variable ranging from an abnormal sleep pattern to somnolence and deep coma. Decerebrate and decorticate posturing, have been rarely reported with hepatic encephalopathy. We report ...
Veropalumbo Claudio - - 2012
The aim of this study was to call the attention to the often disregarded message that hypertransaminasemia may be a marker of both liver and muscle diseases by presenting personal case reports and a systematic literature review. Three male children (mean age 5.7 years) were inappropriately addressed, during the last 12 months, ...
Okada Tadao - - 2010
The complication of Menkes disease (MD) and gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is extremely rare. This report describes the very rare case of a one-year-old boy with MD complicated with GERD, and the successful surgical treatment of GERD. We review the literature on this relationship between MD and GERD, and discuss ...
Daniels John Spencer M - - 2010
Congenital double lip is a rare developmental anomaly which usually involves the upper lip more than the lower lip. It may occur in isolation or as a part of Ascher's syndrome. Sometimes upper and lower double lips occur simultaneously. The occurrence of double lip may result in facial deformity especially ...
Bürgi Urs - - 2012
A case of adult-onset Still's disease complicated by hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis is reported. Its management is being discussed on the background of the latest literature with special regard on the use of high-dose corticosteroids and immunosuppressive agents.
Weberschock T - - 2010
BACKGROUND: Gouty panniculitis is a very rare disease. To date, only eight patients have been reported. In each case, time to diagnosis was lengthy. We describe a 68-year-old man with a 6-month history of tender, erythematous plaques and nodules involving the anterior aspects of the legs. METHODS AND RESULTS: Histologic ...
Yoo Wan-Hee - - 2012
The coexistence of Behçet's disease (BD) and ankylosing spondylitis (AS) is a rare combination and described only in case reports in the literature. Although the number of reports is increasing, vascular thrombosis, which is characteristic feature of BD, was not reported in this combination until now. We present a case ...
Fadare Oluwole - - 2010
We report the clinicopathologic features of 4 cases of pure pleomorphic rhabdomyosarcoma of the uterine corpus with an emphasis on their frequent expression of CD10 and CD56, review the relevant literature, and discuss differential diagnostic considerations. The patients ranged from 51 to 79 years (mean 68 y). All were FIGO ...
Chhabria Manish A - - 2010
A 74 year old male patient with weight loss, diarrohea, loss of appetite, anemia, thrombocytopenia and culture negative endocarditis was diagnosed to have Whipple's disease. We are reporting this case, as it is a rare disease with fewer than 1000 validated cases reported in literature.
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