Case Report

Positive Psoas Sign in a Disabled Child-Not Always Appendicitis, Seldomly due to Duodenal Perforation by Sharp Foreign Body

Klein E*, Merhav G, Kassis I and Ilivitzki A
We present a rare cause for "positive psoas sign" secondary to duodenal perforation by an ingested wooden skewer in a disabled 13 years old male. The unreliable clinical evaluation made the appreciation of a "positive psoas sign" obscured. We highlight the possible occurrence of this...

Case Report

Let’s Re-Remember What Wallenberg Syndrome (Lateral Medullar Syndrome) Is?

Ünlü S*, Akçiçek M and Ilgar M
Lateral Medullar Syndrome (LMS) is a rare stroke and often results from vertebral artery or posterior cerebellar artery thrombosis and emboli. Common signs and symptoms are hemisensory disorder and cerebellar syndrome (ipsilateral head, contralateral body), ipsilateral horn syndrome, and ipsilateral signs...

Letter to Editor

Out-Of-Plane Approach to Prevent Injury to Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve (LFCN) in Pericapsular Nerve Group (PENG) Block

Ashok J*, Neelam S, Bhupendra S and Amit A
Pericapsular Nerve Group (PENG) block provides effective pain relief in fracture hip patients [1]. Primary target of this block was articular branches of femoral and accessory obturator nerves, later studies have shown that when volume of injectate increased up to 20 ml, branches of obturator...

Case Report

Capitellar Fracture (McKee’s Double Arc Sign)

Al-Ghafri A*
A 24 years old female with h/o of fall on an outstretched left hand three weeks back on 12.4.2020 presented on 4.5.2020 with pain & stiffness on her left elbow. O/E Tenderness over the lateral aspect of the elbow. No neurological deficit. Mechanical block. Left Elbow X-ray AP and Lateral There is a semilunar fragment displaced anteriorly and superiorly suggestive of displaced fragment fracture of the capitellum and possible lateral half of the trochlea. McKee’s double arc sign....

Case Report

Evaluation of Findings of a Rare Case of Gallbladder Ampicrine Carcinoma (Mixed Adenoneuroendocrine Carcinoma) by Computerized Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Serkan U*, Mehmet A and Mehtap I
Gallbladder Ampicrine Carcinoma is unusual, accounting for less than 2 percent of gall bladder malignancies and extremely rare are cases of gallbladder ampicrine carcinoma coexisting with adenocarcinoma. We present a 30 years old male with ampicrine carcinoma of gall bladder who presented with right upper quadrant pain and nausea....

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