Surgical Case Reports
BackgroundAnisakiasis is a parasitic infection caused by Anisakis worms found in raw fish. Most cases of anisakiasis occur in the stomach and rarely occur in the intestine. It is extremely rare for live larvae to break through the intestine into the mesentery and cause severe intestinal ischemia. Anisakiasis can be treated conservatively, because t...
Indian Journal of Surgery
Appendicoliths are commonly implicated in the etiopathogenesis of acute appendicitis. Extraluminal appendicoliths are not uncommon and are frequently encountered with ruptured appendicitis. The present image scenario focuses on the importance of identifying and subsequently retrieval of these extraluminal appendicoliths to prevent long-term complic...
Les exentérations pelviennes pour récidives extraluminales de cancers du rectum peuvent bénéficier d’une chirurgie curative mais au prix d’une forte morbidité et d’une qualité de vie altérée. La sélection des patients est le facteur essentiel de « curabilité ». L’IRM pelvienne est l’examen de référence pour porter le diagnostic, déterminer l’extens...
American journal of surgery
Pelvic exenterations for extraluminal pelvic recurrences from rectal cancer afford a high R0 resection rate with acceptable morbidity.
Acta paediatrica (Oslo, Norway : 1992)
Culture-positive skin swabs from the catheter exit site were strongly associated with catheter colonisation and with definite catheter-related sepsis with the same organism. These data provide further evidence supporting catheter colonisation via the extraluminal route and highlight the importance of optimising skin disinfection before catheter ins...
Diseases of the Colon & Rectum
The occurrence of leiomyoma of the colon is uncommon. Most of these lesions are clinically silent and are found incidentally during laparotomy or endoscopic procedures for unrelated conditions. Symptomatic leiomyomas of the colon are encountered less frequently, with only sporadic reports in the literatures. We describe a heretofore unreported case...
Archives of Oral Biology
The effects of endogenous vasoactive substances were evaluated in anaesthetized rats using a laser Doppler flowmeter to monitor changes in pulpal blood flow, as well as directly in isolated pulpal arteriole preparations utilising a microperfusion and monitoring system to observe changes in vessel diameter. In anaesthetized rats, while systemic arte...