Case Report

Long-Term Follow-Up of Overdose of Iron Tablets in Adult Successfully Managed Without Liver Transplant: A Case Report

1. Abstract Iron toxicity is common in children because of accidental ingestion. However, there are very less reports of adults with suicidal attempts. We report a case of 19 years old who developed acute liver injury 48 hrs after the deliberate consumption of a large dose of iron tablets. Laboratory tests for other hepatotoxins were …

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Appendicular Tuberculosis- A Rare Entity

1. Abstract 1.1. Background: Tubercular appendicitis is a rarely encountered entity, even in developing country like India where tuberculosis (TB) is highly prevalent. 1.2. Case Report: A 26-year-old female patient presented initially with short duration epigastric pain associated with intermittent vomiting and mimicked non ulcer dyspepsia (NUD). The pain later became more intense, generalized and …

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Plexiform Fibromyxoma Is A Rare Benign Gastric Tumor: A Case Report

1. Abstract 1.1. Background: Plexiform fibromyxoma is a rare mesenchymal tumor of the stomach, found almost exclusively in the antrumor pylorus regions. 1.2. Case Presentation: We incidentally found a protruding mucosal lesion in an asymptomatic 38-year-old man upon gastroscopy. The lesion was located in the upper gastric body, with mucosal plica disruption. An abdominal computed …

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Chronic Sclerosing Sialoadenitis (Kuttner Tumor) In A Patient with Igg4 Disease: About A Case

1. Case Report The igG4-related disease is a chronic relapsing multiorgan fibroinflammatory syndrome of autoimmune etiology [1], characterized by a distinctive histopathological pattern of IgG4 in affected tissues, imaging findings, increased serum IgG4 levels, synchronous multiorgan distress, and response to glucocorticoids. The most frequently affected organs are the salivary glands, orbital anexa, pancreas, kidney, and …

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Management of Hyperacute Rejection during Operation in Living Donor Liver Transplantation – A Case Report

1. Abstract Hyperacute rejection in solid organ transplantation is a catastrophic event and leads to graft failure immediately. It rarely happens in liver transplantation during operation. A 58-year-old male patient had salvage living donor liver transplantation for recurrent hepatocellular carcinoma. His wife was the donor. All the transplantation procedures were uneventful until bile duct anastomosis …

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Pulmonary Pleura Metastasis from Low-Grade Appendiceal Mucinous Neoplasm with Appendiceal Neuroendocrine Tumor: A Case Report and Literature Review

1. Abstract Low-grade Mucinous Appendiceal Neoplasm (LAMN) is a rare appendiceal tumor and has low malignant potential. LAMN and Appendiceal Neuroendocrine Tumor (ANET) are the most frequent benign and malignant appendiceal lesions. A collision between LAMN and Appendiceal neuroendocrine tumor (ANET)is an exceedingly rare condition. So far, evaluating the literature, just 10 cases of collision …

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Endoscopic Full-Thickness Resection for a Giant Gastric Glomus Tumor with Extra Luminal Growth

1. Abstract 1.1. Background Gastric glomus tumor (GGT) is a rare mesenchymal neoplasm derived from the glomus body. Due to its atypical clinical, endoscopic, and imaging manifestations, the final diagnosis of GGT needs pathological confirmation. Surgical resection is the main therapeutic method for giant GGTs, and some small GGTs have been treated through endoscopic resection …

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A Rare Complication of Screening Colonoscopy

1. Case Report A 51-year-old Asian male with no significant past medical history presents to the Emergency Department (ED) with chief complaint of increasing abdominal pain following an outpatient screening colonoscopy. Per patient and chart review a complete colonoscopy had been achieved and revealed no polyps or abnormalities. At conclusion of procedure retroflexion was attempted …

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Endoscopic Management of Esophageal Foreign Bodies: A Retrospective Study in China

1. Abstract Esophageal Foreign Bodies (FBs) are the common clinical emergency, accounting for 4% of emergency endoscopic diagnosis and therapeutic approach. Approaches to handle these cases are evolved continuously and offered better treatment with less cost, reduced surgery, improved visualization with high success rate. Clinically data are lacking to choose the better method and whether …

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