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2020-04-20 Case Report

Laparoscopic-Assisted Transumbilical Extracorporeal Resection of Meckel’s Diverticulum in 10 years old boy with symptoms of gastrointestinal bleeding

Karavdić K*, Firdus A, Mešić A, Rahmanović S, Milardović R and Đuran A


The Meckel’s diverticulum (MD) is the most common anomaly of ductus omphaloentericus that surgeon encounters in clinical practice. The accurate incidence is unknown because most patients with the Meckel’s diverticulum are asymptomatic. Most studies report an incid...

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2020-01-28 Research Article

Lateral Pancreato-Jejunostomy in Chronic Pancreatitis: An appraisal of 32 cases

Sardar Rezaul Islam*, Shafiqur Rahman, Shaurav Talukdar, Shah Alam Sarkar, Shah Poran and Mushfiqur Rahman


Background: Lateral Pancreaticojejunostomy (LPJ) has recognized applications in the management of Chronic Pancreatitis (CP). It is done for patients with severe pain, obstructed and dilated pancreatic duct. Ductal obstruction by stone or stricture causes rise...

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2019-12-27 Research Article

Beginnings of bariatric and metabolic surgery in Spain

Aniceto Baltasar*


Bariatric Surgery (BS) from the Greek bari = weight and iatrein = cure) treats obesity and began in Spain in 1973. Its greatest development occurs after the founding of SECO (Spanish Society of Obesity Surgery) in 1997. The purpose of this work is to reflect the changes that ...

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2019-11-20 Research Article

Acute Appendicitis: Hispanics and the Hamburger Sign

Garcia Gubern C, Colon Rolón L, Ruiz Mercado I, Oliveras Garcia C, Caban Acosta D, Muñoz Pagán J, Iriarte I, Bolaños Ávila G Peguero Rivera J, Sánchez Gaetan F, Oneill Castro J, Cordero Colón Paola N, Garcia-Colon Carlos A and Romero-Vazquez Ana M*


Objective: To describe the presenting clinical findings of patients with acute appendicitis and compare them with those described in the medical literature. To corroborate a common medical myth among Hispanic physicians regarding the presentation of acute app...

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2019-11-20 Letter to the Editor

Hot cholecystectomy

Esam Aboutaleb*

Letter to Editor

Acute cholecystitis is a common general surgery disease which may require hospital admission. Delayed or early cholecystectomy is the definitive treatment. Availability of theatre slots may postpone cholecystectomy for weeks. I am writing this letter to explain the im...

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2019-11-06 Case Report

A unique case of metastatic spinal epidural abscess associated with liver abscess following ascending cholangitis and Escherichia coli bacteremia

Nour Karra#, Samer Ganam#, Amitai Bickel, Maxim Bez, Ibrahim Abu Shakra, Doron Fischer and Eli Kakiashvili*


Pyogenic liver abscess (PLA) is a life-threatening infection that may develop as a result of an underlying hepatobiliary disease. A possible complication of PLA is metastatic spread, resulting in distant seeding of infection in other organs, and occasionally in the epidural s...

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2019-10-18 Case Report

Anterior Abdominal Wall Abscess: An unusual presentation of Carcinoma of the Colon

Keerthana Panchagnula, Poojitha Yalla, Badareesh Lakshminarayana*, Kshama Hegde and Ramesh Singaraddi


Background: Colorectal cancer progresses without any symptoms early on, or those clinical symptoms are very discrete and so are undetected for long periods of time. The case reported is an unusual presentation of colorectal cancer.

Case Repo...

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2019-09-06 Research Article

Outcome of laparoscopic varicocelectomy with mass ligation technique for symptomatic varicocele

Sardar Rezaul Islam*, Majedul islam, Shah Alam Sarkar and Shah Paran


Background: Varicocele therapy is a controversial issue. No single approach is adopted as the best therapeutic option. Testes get blood supply from testicular artery, cremasteric artery and artery to the vas deference. So ligation of testicular artery in the ...

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2019-09-06 Review Article

Extremely large hemangioma of the liver: Safety of the expectant management

Subhi Mansour, Sharbel Khouri, Maisa Andraous and Safi Khuri*


Hemangiomas are known as congenital vascular malformations that can affect almost any organ or tissue, with the liver being the most common intra-abdominal organ to be involved. It is well known that hemangiomas are the most common benign tumours of the liver, and develop in ...

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2019-08-26 Case Report

Carotid artery disease: AngioCT features

Joana Ferreira*, Olinda Miranda, Alexandre Lima Carneiro, Sandrina Braga, Joao Correia Simoes, Celso Carrilho, Amílcar Mesquita and Jorge Cotter


The objective of this paper is to emphasis the AngioCT features of carotid dissection/mural hematoma. The image show an internal carotid artery with narrowly eccentric lumen surrounded by a crescent-shaped hypodense mural thickening, with a visibly enhancing vessel wall. The ...

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