Case Report

Case Reported for Iatrogenic Cystectomy During Cesarean Delivery

1. Abstract Bladder injury is well known complication during Cesarean Delivery (DC). We describe a case of 28 year old woman, who presented in labor. An emergency DC and hysterectomy were done to control bleeding. It was complicated by and inadvertent cystotomy. Urine diverted immediately by. After five months an Augmentation Ilio- Cytoplasty, bilateral ureteric …

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A Rare Case of Primary Cystic Duct Adenocarcinoma

1. Summary Primary cystic duct adenocarcinomas is rare amongst the extrahepatic bile duct malignancy. Moreso it has a very difficult preoperative diagnosis and is diagnosed intraoperatively or postoperatively. It has a better prognosis compared to other extrahepatic biliary tumours. We describe a case which was preoperatively diagnosed as carcinoma neck of gall bladder, intraoperatively showing …

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Intrahepatic Portal Hypertension Syndrome Secondary to Primary Myelofibrosis: About A Case

1. Summary In primary myelofibrosis (PM), it is rare to observe PH by intrahepatic block secondary to hepatic myeloid metaplasia. Its diagnosis is histological based on liver biopsy. Splenomegaly and hepatomegaly are the main signs found at the beginning of the disease, while ascites and digestive hemorrhage are complications that cloud the prognosis. The etiological …

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Post Covid – Severe Ileitis

1. Abstract Enteritis as the only manifestation of (COVID-19) in adolescents without features of multisystem syndrome in children (MIS-C) or a prior history of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is presented. We report an adolescent patient (an 18-year-old male) presenting to tertiary-care centers in the ACDS United Arab Emirate with severe enteritis as the only manifestation …

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Smarcb1/Ini-1-Deficient Pancreatic Carcinoma with Rhabdoid Features: A Case Report and Literature Review

1. Abstract 1.1. Background: SMARCB1/INI-1-deficient pancreatic carcinoma is a rarely reported entity. So far, only 10 cases have been published in the literature, and most of the reported cases have poor prognosis and mortality rate within six months is extremely high. The clinical presentation, histopathological features, and biologically behaviors are essentially unclear.

A large Gastric Diverticulum: A Rare Endoscopic Finding

1. Abstract 1.1. Introduction: A gastric diverticulum is a rare form of diverticular disease due to outpouching of the gastric wall. The rates of detection vary depending upon the method used to detect them. Occasionally, complications, such as ulceration, upper gastro intestinal bleeding, hemorrhage, perforation, and malignant transformation, can develop that may be life-threatening and …

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Rare Case of Gastrostomy Tube Migration Abutting Ampulla of Vater and Evidence-Based Treatment of the Resulting Pancreatitis

1. Abstract This case demonstrates a rare cause of acute pancreatitis secondary to migration of a gastrostomy tube into the descending part of the duodenum to cause pancreatic duct obstruction. Gastrostomy tubes are considered first line and preferred method in providing long term enteral nutrition in those who have functional gastrointestinal tracts however insufficient oral …

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Non Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis of the Rectum: Case Report and Review of the Literature

1. Abstract Histiocytosis is a condition resulting from the abnormal proliferation of dentritic cells of the mononuclear phagocytic system. Previously classified as Langerhans cell histiocytosis and non-Langerhans cell histiocytosis, and recently into 5 categories (L, C, R, M and H), it can be localized to an organ or have a systemic manifestation, affecting most commonly …

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Unusual ERCP Complication: Unwanted Course of Misdirected Bile

1. Abstract Biliary stent complications include stent migration, obstruction, fragmentation, bleeding, perforation, cholangitis, and post-ERCP pancreatitis. Stent migration is the most common adverse event (5-14%) and is associated with: dilated CBD >10mm, benign stricture etiology, concomitant sphincterotomy, stent duration >1 month, and type of stent placed (straight, 10Fr diameter, and length >9cm). Here, we present …

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