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Image Article  |   Volume 3, Issue 3

Ludwig's Angina: A Rapid Radiological and Clinical Nightmare

Fatma Zeynep Arslan, Ayşegul Altunkeser, Bekir Turgut and Hasan Erdogan
Abstract

Ludwig's Angina (LA) is a life-threatening emergency disease characterized with mouth floor and submandibular space cellulitis. LA frequently begins from submandibular region first and the tongue is pushed forward. Diabetic patients, immunocompromised conditions such as chronic hepatitis, chronic renal failure.

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Image Article  |   Volume 3, Issue 3

Elevated Shear Wave Elastography Values as a New Malignancy Criteria Despite Normal Biopsy Results

Fatma Zeynep Arslan, Aysegul Altunkeser, Bekir Turgut and Hasan Erdogan
Abstract

Shear Wave Elestography (SWE) is a recently developed technique that enables detailed information on characterization of breast lesions. We reported a case that is elastography findings of breast lesion which is high grade DCIS focus within papilloma in 58-year-old female whose tru-cut biopsy has formerly resulted as benign.

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Image Article  |   Volume 3, Issue 3

Iris Lesion Causing Recalcitrant Unilateral Glaucoma

Luv Girish Patel, Jonathan Kim and Jesse Berry
Abstract

Iris nevi are a common finding on anterior segment exam with growth and conversion to melanoma a relatively rare event. A retrospective case series found that of 1611 lesions referred to a tertiary ocular oncology service, only 8% converted in 15 years.

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Image Article  |   Volume 3, Issue 3

Extra-Cephalic Involvement in the Syndrome of Parry Romberg

Naciri Ilhame, Ebongo Christelle, Meziane Mariam, Senouci Karima and Hassam Badredine
Abstract

Parry-Romberg Syndrome (PRS) is an uncommon disorder characterized by a slowly and acquired progressive atrophy involving skin, soft tissue, cartilage, and bony structures. Accompanying atrophies of the other parts of the body are rarely reported.

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Image Article  |   Volume 3, Issue 3

Transillumination of Testicular Hydrocele

David Bryson
Abstract

Transillumination is a useful and inexpensive clinical tool that can be used for a range of conditions including testicular hydrocele. This paper gives a brief overview of the clinical use of transillumination in general, for testicular hydroceles and guidance for photography.

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Pre-Operative Evaluation of an Orbital Injury

Valerio Massimo Magro and Maria Cristina Magnotti
Abstract

Intraocular foreign bodies are a major cause of ocular trauma and blindness. Young adults, especially men, are the most likely victims, as a result of industrial or agricultural injuries. The management of orbital foreign bodies remains a serious diagnostic problem.

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Subjective Cognitive Decline as a Clinical Manifestation is Not Yet Fully Understood

Cecilia Vellani, Elisabetta Brugola, Giuseppe Trifiro, Irene Bossert, Daniela D'ambrosio and Carlotta Benedetta Colombo
Abstract

Studies on patients with SCD who underwent annual cognitive assessments show that they are almost three times as likely to be diagnosed with mild cognitive decline or dementia. Interestingly, the first complaints of memory decline occurred on an average of six years before mild cognitive impairment.

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Gastric Duplication Cyst as an Unusual Cause of Gastric Outlet Obstruction in an Adult

Shinil K Shah, Sheilendra S Mehta and Kulvinder S Bajwa
Abstract

The patient is a 29-year-old man with no significant medical or surgical history who presented with 2 months of nausea, emesis, and 20 pounds of unintentional weight loss. On initial presentation, he was afebrile with normal vital signs. His abdomen was soft, non-distended and non-tender.

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Pyogenic Sacroiliitis and Multilocular Abscess Involving the Sacroiliac Joints in a Patient with Lumbar Pain

Ibrahim Guler, Emine Uysal, Nazlım Aktug Demir, Hakan Cebeci and Mustafa Koplay
Abstract

A 21-year-old female patient applied to our hospital with gluteal and lumbar pain. Physical examination revealed tenderness in the bilateral sacral-lumbar area and limitation of the bilateral hip joint. Sacroiliac joint MRI showed the bone marrow oedema, overlying soft tissue swelling, right gluteal muscles abscess and multilocular abscess involving the bilateral sacroiliac joint.

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Multimodality Imaging of a Huge Subaortic Left Ventricular Aneurysm in a Child

Humberto Morais, Albino Pedro, Maria Ana Sampaio Nunes, Maria Joao Reis4 and Joao Carlos Costa
Abstract

A 13-year-old girl, born from term pregnancy and normal delivery was referred to our institution for signs and symptoms of decompensated heart failure. The patient was polypneic and, jugular engorgement, positive hepatojugular reflux, a 4/6 systolic murmur in the mitral area radiating to the axilla, and a hepatomegaly was observed on physical examination. Chest radiography revealed cardiomegaly. Electrocardiogram revealed sinus rhythm and signs of biatrial overload.

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