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Severe Complications of Laparoscopic Surgery as a Result of Incorrect Abdominal Wall Closure

Sheila Serra Pla, Xavier Serra Aracil, Pere Rebasa Cladera, Laura Mora Lopez and Salvador Navarro Soto
Abstract

The appearance of hernias at laparoscopic trocar incision sites remains one of the unresolved complications of laparoscopic surgery. Closure of these incisions is difficult, and in fact complete closure is not usually achieved.

PDF   |    Full Text | DOI: 10.23937/2474-3682/1510013

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Colonic Atresia in 69-Day-Old Infant

Sabriye Dayi, Sabriye Korkut and Sukru Yildirim
Abstract

The girl baby, 28 weeks of gestation, was followed in neonatal intensive care unit because of prematurity. She has passed meconium in time. She had been feeding orally but the amount of feeding could not been increased gradually.

PDF   |    Full Text | DOI: 10.23937/2474-3682/1510012

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Unfavorable Hip Stress Distribution in a Patient with Cerebral Palsy as a Cause for Hip Dislocation

Petra Schara, Karin Schara and Veronika Kralj-Iglic
Abstract

Hip dislocation is a relatively common complication in cerebral palsy. Surgical intervention in the early phase is the preferred choice of treatment which however requires following the migration of femoral head with respect to acetabulum in hips at risk.

PDF   |    Full Text | DOI: 10.23937/2474-3682/1510011

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Talc, over the Nails

Shilpa Y Krishnegowda and Sudhir Kumar N
Abstract

A 40-year-old male was referred for evaluation of nail changes present since 2 years. The patient had a 10 - year history of HIV infection and was on antiretroviral therapy.

PDF   |    Full Text | DOI: 10.23937/2474-3682/1510010

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Symmetric Peripheral Gangrene

Shilpa Y Krishnegowda and Sudhir Kumar N
Abstract

A 60 year old female was referred for evaluation of blackish fingers and toes since 2 days. Her heart rate (130 beats/minute), blood pressure (70/40 mmHg), respiratory rate (28 cycles/minute) and raised total cell counts revealed that she was in septic shock.

PDF   |    Full Text | DOI: 10.23937/2474-3682/1510009


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