Case Report

Diabetic Foot Syndrome and Anaplerotic Therapy in a Long-Surviving Patient with Leprechaunism (Donohue Syndrome)

Background: Donohue syndrome (DS), also known as Leprechaunism, describes a rare form of congenital insulin resistance associated with refractory hyperglycemia, hyperinsulinism and severe, characteristic musculoskeletal deformities and facial dysmorphia.

Published on 02 Dec, 2016


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Thumb Sucking Induced Erytroplakia of Soft Palate

A 36-year-old woman was referred to this clinic noting unusual red lesions of the soft palate. She did not smoke or drink alcohol.

Published on 02 Dec, 2016


Case Report

Does Weighted Kypho-Orthosis (wko) Reduce Risk of Fall in Women With Osteoporosis?: A Preliminary Study

Background: The aim of the present study was to determine the effects of weighted kyphorthosis on improving dynamic balance tests in women with osteoporosis.

Published on 02 Dec, 2016


Case Report

Clinicopathological Study of Eight Cases of Gastric Neuroendocrine Carcinoma

Neuroendocrine carcinoma (NEC) of the stomach accounts for 0.1% to 0.6% of all gastric carcinomas, and its prognosis is poor.

Published on 02 Dec, 2016


Case Report

Multi-Articular Septic Arthritis Following Intrarticular Adipocyte Injection: A Case Report

Mesenchymal stem cell implantation is thought to have a role in the treatment of degenerative osteoarthritis, and is an area of active research.

Published on 02 Dec, 2016



Case Report

Sural Nerve Lipoma: An Anatomy Review

Sural nerve lipoma is a rare cause of sural nerve entrapment with an unknown etiology. The sural nerve is formed as a compilation of the median sural cutaneous and lateral sural cutaneous nerves, which arise from the tibial and peroneal nerves, respectively.

Published on 02 Dec, 2016


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Malignant hypertension often presents with end organ damage. Eyes are usually involved in the form of papilledema and retinopathy.

Malignant hypertension often presents with end organ damage. Eyes are usually involved in the form of papilledema and retinopathy.

Published on 02 Dec, 2016


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Long-Term Survival of a Patient with Uterine Leiomyosarcoma Treated With Repeated Metastasectomies: A Case Report

Uterine leiomyosarcomas are uncommon malignancies characterized by early recurrence and metastasis.

Published on 30 Nov, 2016


Case Report

Distal Traumatic Penile Gangrene: A Rare Entity

Penile gangrene is a rare occurrence and have been associated with priapism, end stage renal disease, urethral obstruction and circumsicion but penile gangrene caused by blunt trauma has not been reported in the literature so far.

Published on 29 Nov, 2016


Case Report

Bilateral Terrible Triad of Elbow: A Pediatric Case Report

While the majority of terrible triad elbow injuries (elbow dislocation with radial head and coronoid fractures) are managed surgically, nonoperative treatment maybe appropriate in selected patients, but results with this approach have been limited by very small studies.

Published on 28 Nov, 2016


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Retinoblastoma and Second Bone Sarcomas: A Pediatric Case Report

The occurrence of secondary malignant neoplasia remains the most important long-term risk but rare of retinoblastoma.

Published on 27 Nov, 2016


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Management of an Accessory Bile Duct Injury after Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy: A Case Report

Background: Bile duct injury is a severe and potentially life–threatening complication of laparoscopic cholecystectomy and the most difficult to resolve if there is an accessory bile duct.

Published on 24 Nov, 2016


Case Report

Thyroid Paraganglioma: An Extremely Rare Tumor of the Thyroid

Background: Paraganglioma originates from the para-ganglionic system which is mostly located in the adrenal gland medulla is a rare condition seen in the thyroid gland accounting for the 0.1% of all the thyroid malignancies.

Published on 24 Nov, 2016


Case Report

Liver Metastasis from a Primary Mucinous Adenocarcinoma of the Ascending Colon with Metastatic Macroscopic Portal Vein Tumor Thrombus: A Case Report

We report a case of a metastatic macroscopic tumor thrombus of the portal vein arising from a primary colorectal cancer seen in one of the patients at the National Kidney and Transplant Institute, Philippines.

Published on 23 Nov, 2016


Case Report

Intraparenchymal CSF Pseudocyst: An Unusual Complication of Ventriculoperitoneal Shunt

Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension (IIH) is most commonly seen in obese women between the ages of 20 and 44 years.

Published on 23 Nov, 2016


Case Report

Unusual Cause of Disseminated Necrotizing Infection of the Abdomenal Wall and Viscera

It is uncommon for necrotizing fascitis of the abdominal wall to present in a disseminated manner, extending to most of the intra abdominal viscera.

Published on 23 Nov, 2016


Case Report

Malignant Transformation of a Teratoma Presenting with Metastasis to the Hip

Teratomas are germ cell tumors composed of cells recapitulating the three germ cell layers. Malignant transformation of a teratoma (TMT) is defined as a non-germ cell malignant tumor arising in a preexisting mature teratoma, and it is a rare occurrence.

Published on 23 Nov, 2016


Case Report

Thyrotoxicosis due to Atypical Subacute Thyroiditis Scintigraphicaly Presented as Toxic Adenoma – Case Report

Subacute thyroiditis (SAT), also known as DeQuervain's or granulomatous thyroiditis is an inflammatory condition of the thyroid gland, which is usually fully affected.

Published on 17 Nov, 2016


Case Report

Retrospective Analysis of Foreign Bodies in the Lower Urinary Tract: A 5 Years-Single Center Experience

Introduction: Foreign bodies in the urinary tract are among the most common urologic problems due to different etiologies.

Published on 17 Nov, 2016


Case Report

Cervicofacial Emphysema After Routine Dental Procedures: An Iatrogenic Complication or Odontogenic Infection with Necrotizing Fasciitis?

A number of both infectious and non-infectious etiologies may result in cervicofacial emphysema. Iatrogenic subcutaneous emphysema occurring afterdental instrumentation is usually a benign and self-limited process

Published on 12 Nov, 2016





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