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Colopericardial fistula presenting with massive rectal bleeding by Natalia Zuluaga-Zapata et al.

Published: 2019 Nov
Issue: 13(11) :: Pages: 18-23


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Abstract: Colopericardial fistulae constitute a condition with a very low prevalence and a high morbidity and mortality rate. In this case report, we discuss an 80-year-old male patient who presented to emergency services for massive rectal bleeding and signs of hypovolemic shock. Abdominal arteriography and upper gastrointestinal endoscopy were negative for bleeding. Findings indicative of fistula between the left ventricle and the transverse colon were described in computed tomography angiogram and the diagnosis was confirmed endoscopically. The patient was stabilized and the bleeding was self-limited. Direct communication between the gastrointestinal tract and the pericardium, or even with the heart itself, is a rare disease and constitutes a diagnostic challenge.


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Hemifacial microsomia: skeletal abnormalities evaluation using CBCT (case report) by Sergey Lvovich Kabak et al.

Published: 2019 Nov
Issue: 13(11) :: Pages: 1-9


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Abstract: The article presents a case report and literature review of hemifacial microsomia with cervical vertebral anomalies. Unilateral hypoplasia of the mandible, congenital anomalies of the external ear and cervical spine pathology identified in this case are common major signs/symptoms of Goldenhar (Goldenhar-Gorlin) syndrome. Complete fusion of bodies and spinous processes of the second and third cervical vertebrae as well as atlantooccipital assimilation and anterior cleft of the atlas were also found. All abnormalities were accidentally identified and not accompanied by clinical symptoms.


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Superficial peroneal nerve compression due to peroneus brevis muscle herniation by Michele Foresti

Published: 2019 Nov
Issue: 13(11) :: Pages: 10-17


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Abstract: Muscle hernias of the extremities most commonly occur in the leg, between the knee and ankle. Symptomatic muscle hernias in the leg are rare cause of chronic leg pain and neuropathy, and not routinely encountered in surgical practice. Although this condition is especially an esthetic problem, with palpable subcutaneous soft tissue mass, it can lead to spontaneous pain, cramp, local tenderness or potentially neuropathic symptoms. Moreover, among leg muscles involved in this process, peroneus brevis is less frequent than tibialis anterior. Magnetic Resonance Imaging is the method of choice in establishing the diagnosis. Symptomatic cases can be treated surgically in different ways, the preferred one is nerve releasing with fasciotomy. The purpose of this case report is to present the Magnetic Resonance findings of a superficial nerve compression due to a peroneus brevis muscle herniation.


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