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  • A transmural migration of a gossypiboma in the right colon responsible for a mass which mimicked an abscessed colonic tumor: A case report. [Journal Article]
  • IJInt J Surg Case Rep 2018 Aug 29; 51:228-230
  • Kassi ABF, Yenon KS, Koffi EM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Gossypiboma after laparotomy may present with symptoms of acute surgical or chronic abdominal pain. Radiographs are the most commonly used method to detect retained sponges. Surgery is the preferred method of treatment for gossypiboma.Episodes of atypical colonic obstruction and nonspecific abdominal pain that have occurred for several years in a patient with a history of multiple abdominal surgery should be suggestive of intra-colonic migration of a gossypiboma. The most important approach to reduce the incidence of gossibypomas is prevention.
  • A diagnostic negative ultrasound finding in blunt abdominal trauma. [Journal Article]
  • TJTurk J Emerg Med 2018; 18(3):125-127
  • Abu-Zidan FM, Shalak HS, Alhaddad MA
  • CONCLUSIONS: The change of a positive FAST to a negative FAST was diagnostic of a major intra-peritoneal urinary bladder rupture even before performing a trauma CT scan. When performing FAST in blunt abdominal trauma, it is more useful to perform FAST before inserting a urinary catheter and it is advised to repeat it.
  • GeneReviews® [BOOK]
  • BOOKUniversity of Washington, Seattle: Seattle (WA)
  • Adam MP, Ardinger HH, … Amemiya AVan Maldergem L, Loeys B
  • FBLN5-related cutis laxa is characterized by cutis laxa, early childhood-onset pulmonary emphysema, peripheral pulmonary artery stenosis, and other evidence of a generalized connective disorder such ...
  • Familial Mediterranean fever in Chinese adult patients. [Journal Article]
  • RRheumatology (Oxford) 2018 Aug 02
  • Wu D, Shen M, Zeng X
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our study is the first to suggest the presence of FMF in the Chinese adult population. The late onset, often atypical and mild clinical manifestations and absence of AA amyloidosis in our patients might be related to low-penetrance and heterozygous MEFV variants. Our results await to be confirmed on larger Chinese populations.
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