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  • Left Upper-Quadrant Appendicitis in a Patient with Congenital Intestinal Malrotation and Polysplenia. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Case Rep 2018 Apr 16; 19:447-452
  • Lupiañez-Merly C, Torres-Ayala SC, … Ojeda-Boscana I
  • CONCLUSIONS: Acute appendicitis may present with atypical symptoms due to unusual appendix locations, such as in malrotation. Most cases are asymptomatic until development of acute complications, requiring imaging for diagnosis. Clinicians and radiologists should have a high index of suspicion and knowledge of its clinical presentations to achieve early diagnosis and intervention.
  • A case report of Tubo-ovarian abscess caused by Burkholderia pseudomallei. [Case Reports]
  • BIBMC Infect Dis 2018 02 08; 18(1):73
  • Nernsai P, Sophonsritsuk A, … Chitasombat MN
  • CONCLUSIONS: Burkholderia pseudomallei should be considered as the causative organism of gynecologic infection among patient with risk factor resided in an endemic area who do not respond to standard antibiotics. The pus culture from the site of infection is the only diagnostic method of pelvic melioidosis, appropriate antibiotics, and adequate surgical drainage were the components of the successful outcome.
  • Case report of intestinal non-rotation, heterotaxy, and polysplenia in a patient with pancreatic cancer. [Case Reports]
  • MMedicine (Baltimore) 2017; 96(49):e8599
  • Pagkratis S, Kryeziu S, … Kim J
  • CONCLUSIONS: Given the wide range of anatomical variants observed in patients with heterotaxy syndrome, a thorough radiologic assessment is necessary before engaging in any surgical procedure. In our case, preoperative identification of the various anatomic anomalies, such as the short and vertically oriented pancreas, the porta hepatis position anterior to the duodenum, the nonrotation of the intestines and the anomalous origin of the right hepatic artery allowed us to perform a safe and uncomplicated total pancreatectomy.
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