Volume 3

A Pancreatic Tumor with Central Calcification

A 49-year-old woman visited our hospital with a history of epigastralgia, high fever and general malaise. Her temperature was 37.6 ?. There was no significant past medical history. On physical ex- amination, she had tenderness at the upper abdomen. Laboratory data were as follows: white blood cell count of 3000/?L, C-reactive protein of 6.77mg/dL, carcinoembryonic …

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Sonographic Diagnosis of Abdominal Cutaneous Nerve Entrap- ment Syndrome: A Report of Two Cases

We report two cases of Abdominal Cutaneous Nerve Entrapment Syndrome (ACNES) suc- cessfully diagnosed using Doppler ultrasound. In both cases, patients complained of chron- ic abdominal pain, and physical examination showed a positive Carnett’s sign. Although the results of several examinations including endoscopy appeared normal, ultrasound exam- ination revealed