Ajeet Singh Bhadoria
Extrahepatic Portal Vein Obstruction (EHPVO) is a common cause of variceal bleeding in children and young adults in India. Management with endoscopic means provide temporary palliation. Proximal Splenorenal Shunt (PSRS) is definitive and provides long term control of variceal bleed.
A Alamassi, S Ali, R Rampal
Introduction: Urinary retention is one of the common presentations that we often encounter in the Emergency Department. Diagnosis is based on history, clinical examination and bladder scan findings. Sometimes the clinical examination is unreliable, especially in patients with high BMI, ascites or anasarca. This makes the diagnosis uncertain and the bladder scan readings should be interpreted with caution. Thus, radiological imaging might be required before planning further intervention.
Setu Ladani, Jatin G Bhatt, Jignesh P Dave, Siddharth Jindal, Devendrakumar Rathore
A peritoneal simple mesothelial cyst is a very rare mesenteric
cyst. Though the lesion being generally asymptomatic, it
usually ranges between a few centimeters to 10 cm; however,
occasionally it presents with various, non-specific symptoms,
which makes correct pre-operative diagnosis difficult. We
present a case of a giant peritoneal simple mesothelial cyst that
was successfully managed by complete surgical excision
without any known intra and post operative surgical
Carotid artery pseudoaneurysm is a rare complication of transsphenoidal surgery, usually diagnosed within 90 days post procedure. Pseudoaneurysm rupture may present with severe epistaxis or Carotid Cavernous Fistula (CCF) with significant morbidity and mortality. We present a case of epistaxis from pseudoaneurysm rupture over a decade after transsphenoidal surgery.
Tugba Han Oner
This study evaluated the relationship between preoperative neutrophil/lymphocyte ratio-platelet/lymphocyte ratio, clinicopathological, radiological factors, and axillary lymph node metastasis in stage I-III breast cancer to determine if axillary surgery can be safely omitted in selected patients.