Successful treatment for intra-abdominal bleeding due to spontaneous rupture of huge liver cyst using transcatheter arterial embolization: a case report
Case Report of International Journal of Case Reports Successful treatment for intra-abdominal bleeding due to spontaneous rupture of huge liver cyst using transcatheter arterial embolization: a case report Koichiro Mitsuoka, Yosuke Miyachi, Shuntaro Hirose, Takashi Taketa, Akihiro Suzuki, Taketo Matsubara, Tadao Yokoi, Gen Shimada, Akihiro Kishida, Toshimi Kaido Department of Gastroenterological and General Surgery, St Luke’s International Hospital, 9-1 Akashi-cho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan Background: Non-parasitic simple liver cysts are one of the most common benign hepatic lesions. Although most liver cysts are asymptomatic and remain silent throughout the patient’s life, extremely large cysts can become symptomatic by direct compression to adjacent organs. Herein, we report a case of a spontaneously ruptured simple liver cyst, which is a rare presentation of a benign liver cyst. The patient’s liver cyst re-ruptured and was treated with transcatheter arterial embolization (TAE). Case report: A 62-year-old man presented to our hospital complaining of acute-onset lower abdominal pain. He had undergone laparoscopic fenestration of a huge liver cyst in another hospital 2 years prior. Computed ...
liver cyst, massive bleeding, rupture, lower abdominal pain, transcatheter arterial embolization, right hepatic artery, extravasation
Dislocation of the Mandible Condyle Towards the Middle Cranial Fossa: Case Report and Review of Literature
Case Report of International Journal of Case Reports Dislocation of the Mandible Condyle Towards the Middle Cranial Fossa: Case Report and Review of Literature MESQUITA FILHO, Paulo Mesquita1; LEAL, Elizabeth Bergamo¹; MANZATO, Luciano Bambini1; DE CONTO, Ferdinando2; FELIN, Gabriela Caovilla2; PONCIANO, Thales Henrique Jincziwski2 1Departament of Neurosurgery, Hospital de Clínicas, Passo Fundo, Brazil 2Departament of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Hospital de Clínicas, Passo Fundo, Brazil Introduction: Dislocation of the mandibular condyle into the middle cranial fossa is extremely rare in patients with craniofacial trauma. Methods: This report documents a case of an intact mandibular condyle intrusion into the middle cranial fossa in a 17-year-old woman following a traumatic incident treated by an intraoral approach that was performed to do an open reduction by condylectomy. Results: The causative mechanism, diagnostic features and a management option for reduction and treatment of these cases by performing a multidisciplinary approach involving neurosurgery and oral maxillofacial surgery are presented in this report. Conclusion: Adequate radiographic examination, including Tomography and Magnetic Resonance, is necessary to ...
Trauma; Temporomandibular joint; Mandibular condylar fracture; Middle cranial fossa
Case Report of International Journal of Case Reports Merkel Cell Carcinoma of Anal Canal: Case Report and Literature Review Zahrh F Abualsaud1, Zahra F Alkhunaizi2, Mohammed Somali2, Amani Joudeh2, Mohammed Tahtouh1 1Dept of General Surgery, King Fahad Specialist Hospital Dammam, Saudi Arabia; 2Dept of Pathology, King Fahad Specialist Hospital Dammam, Saudi Arabia Few cases of anal canal Merkel cell Carcinoma have been reported in the literature. Merkel Cell Carcinoma is rare neuroendocrine tumor which commonly found in sun-exposed areas such as extremities. We describe a case of 74-year-old male with anal canal Merkel Cell Carcinoma. He presented with peri-anal pain, tenesmus and itching. Besides, he was found to have chronic anemia. An anal nodule was found during per-rectum physical examination that was excised during endoscopy. Histological examination of the nodule confirmed the diagnosis of Merkel Cell Carcinoma. Thenceforward, patient died 7 months after diagnosis with marked metastatic disease despite initiation of Pembrolizumab therapy. Keywords: Anal canal; Merkel cell carcinoma; Neuroendocrine tumors; MCC ...
Anal canal; Merkel cell carcinoma; Neuroendocrine tumors; MCC
Burkitt Lymphoma of Central Nervous System in an elderly-patient: A new approach with a modified classic regimen
Case Report of International Journal of Case Reports Burkitt Lymphoma of Central Nervous System in an elderly-patient: A new approach with a modified classic regimen Maria Cynthia Fuentes-Lacouture1, Camila Torres Vélez2, Sergio Alejandro Osorio2, Mariafernanda Gonzalez-Blanco1, Angélica Ovalle2, Juan Sebastian Salas Botero3, Yadira Vasquez3, Claudia Patricia Niño2, Javier Segovia2 1Medicina Interna, Universidad del Rosario. Hospital Militar Central. Bogotá D.C. Colombia. 2Departamento de Hematología y Oncología. Hospital Militar Central. Universidad Militar Nueva Granada. Bogotá D.C. Colombia. 3Departamento de Patología. Hospital Militar Central. Universidad Militar Nueva Granada. Bogotá D.C. Colombia. Burkitt’s lymphoma (BL) is one of the high-grade lymphomas, characterized by a rapid growth. They are usually treated with intensive chemotherapy regimens, being normally chemo-sensitive, but at the expense of high toxicity secondary to treatment. Additionally, the compromise of the central nervous system (CNS) implies a major risk as well as greater toxicity, taking into account a worse clinical prognosis with a requirement of more intensive schemes to achieve control of the disease. This implies doubts in the management of older patients with BL ...
Burkitt lymphoma, central nervous system lymphoma, elderly, chemotherapy.
Case Report of International Journal of Case Reports Outcome of surgical emergencies in COVID positive individuals- a Case series Dr. Alex Edwards1, Dr. Rithik Raja2, Dr.Pabithadevi B.Mehanathan3 1Professor and Head, Department of General Surgery, Tirunelveli Medical college, Tirunelveli, India; 2Junior resident, Department of General Surgery, Tirunelveli Medical college, Tirunelveli, India; 3Professor of Surgery,Department of General Surgery,Tirunelveli Medical college,Tirunelveli India Introduction: This manuscript will dealt with the outcome of emergency surgeries in COVID19 positive individuals. We are under the second wave of COVID pandemic. The research is ongoing regarding the outcome of patients who are undergoing, surgical treatment with COVID Rt-PCR positivity or become COVID positive during early postoperative period. Materials and Methods: All the patients who attended the emergency department of a tertiary care centre were screened for COVID -19 by RT-pcR and the patients who are COVID positive but needed emergency surgical procedure were included in the study. A cohort of 49 patients who were COVID positive and needed emergency surgical procedure due to various causes were included ...
Outcome; Surgical emergencies; COVID positive individuals
Laparoscopic approach for pancreato-splenic abscess from disseminated melioidosis: Surgical outcome and review of literature
Case Report of International Journal of Case Reports Laparoscopic approach for pancreato-splenic abscess from disseminated melioidosis: Surgical outcome and review of literature Hiang Jin Tan, Adrian Kah Heng Chiow, Nita Thiruchelvam, Siong San Tan, Lip Seng Lee Hepatopancreatobiliary Unit, Department of Surgery, Changi General Hospital, Singapore 529889. Melioidosis is a severe systemic infection caused by Burkholderia pseudomallei. It commonly affects the lungs, liver and kidneys. Pancreatic and splenic abscess from melioidosis is rare, with few reports in the literature. We present a series of 4 patients with disseminated melioidosis of pancreas and spleen who required surgical intervention. A MEDLINE database review was conducted. Relevant publications were evaluated and demographic data, clinical, radiological findings as well as management options were collected. We found 10 case reports describing this clinical condition. In our series, median age was 57. Median operative time 260 minutes. All four patients failed trial of antibiotic therapy and required surgery. Three underwent distal pancreatosplenectomy and one underwent splenectomy alone. Laparoscopic distal pancreatosplenectomy was successful in two patients ...
laparoscopic surgery, melioidosis, spleen, pancreas