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The development of lymphocele has been described in the mediastinum following thoracic duct injury from blunt trauma or surgery, in lower extremity surgery or trauma, and in the pelvis following renal transplant or staging lymphadenectomy. We describe a case of pelvic lymphocele following blunt...
Hyperhomocysteinemia (HCY) is an independent risk factor for atherosclerosis. Arterial aneurysm has rarely been described in association with heterozygous HCY. Here we report two cases of this association. Case 1 was 32-Year-old man who presented with distal trophic manifestations of the lower...
The Heimlich maneuver has been widely accepted as a safe and effective method of relieving life-threatening foreign-body upper airway obstruction. When applied incorrectly, however, it may result in direct trauma to the intraabdominal viscera. Only two cases of major aortic complications have...
Adventitial cystic disease (ACD) is an extremely rare cause of arterial and venous insufficiency, with only 317 reported cases in the world literature. These lesions have been previously described in the popliteal fossa, external iliac artery, and distal brachial, radial, and ulnar arteries as...
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