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  • Ileo-ileal fistula with severe malnutrition caused by strangulated ileus surgery while preserving ischemic ileum: A case report. [Journal Article]
  • IJInt J Surg Case Rep 2018 Jan 27; 43:4-8
  • Nishiwada S, Nakamura S, … Yoshimura A
  • CONCLUSIONS: In cases of strangulated ileus, there are no deterministic criteria for evaluating intestinal blood flow. This is the first report of ileo-ileal fistula onset after surgery for strangulated ileus without intestinal resection. Furthermore, this fistula caused severe malnutrition duo to chronic inflammation, ulcer formation, and the blind-loop syndrome.When preserving the intestinal tract in the operation of strangulated ileus, the occurrence of entero-enteric fistulas should be considered. Since malnutrition in the elderly is a serious problem, it should be treated promptly.
  • A Study of Clinical Profile of Patients presenting with Complications of Acute Febrile Illnesses During Monsoon. [Journal Article]
  • JAJ Assoc Physicians India 2017; 65(9):37-42
  • Salagre KD, Sahay RN, … Marathe KK
  • CONCLUSIONS: The similarity in clinical presentation and diversity of etiological agents demonstrates the complexity of diagnosis and treatment of acute febrile illness. This study of clinico-laboratory profile of complicated febrile monsoon illnesses will be helpful to reduce mortality associated with monsoon illnesses by early referral and prompt treatment. Dengue and leptospirosis remain the commonest etiologies and major killer due to respiratory and renal involvements.
  • Perforated appendicitis after colonoscopy: cause or coincidence?: A rare case report and literature review. [Case Reports]
  • MMedicine (Baltimore) 2017; 96(46):e8747
  • Zhou XC, Huang CW, … Lou Z
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study may increase clinical awareness with regard to perforated appendicitis after colonoscopy. Acute appendicitis should be included in the differential diagnosis of lower right abdominal pain following a colonoscopy, in addition to possible colonic injury. Furthermore, emergency surgery should be recommended for the typical signs of perforation with peritonitis and free pneumoperitoneum. Early recognition and prompt surgical treatment are critical, which can avoid severe outcomes and improve the prognosis.
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