1.1. Background: Foreign body ingestion is common amongst young children, and they tend to pass spontaneously in most. Multiple magnet ingestion, though not very common, requires early intervention to avoid serious complications.
Small cell carcinoma with paraneoplastic Cushing’s syndrome in a 23 -Year-Old. A New Observation And Literature Review
A 23 years old girl, without history, consulted for a neck tumefaction appeared 20 days ago, which spread then to the abdomen and lower limbs with Asthenia, dysphagia, abdominal pain, effort dyspnea. Clinical examination revealed an altered general state, obesity with centripetal fat deposition face, supraclavicular and dorsal and cervical fat pads, facial plethora, rounded face, buffalo-hump, face acne, melanodermia, capillary fragility, face, arms and legs hirsutism.
Congenital true leukonychia is an infrequent disorder characterized by a white coloration of the nail since birth without organ or syndromic abnormalities. We present the case of a 16 years old boy with isolated white nail coloration with psychological impact, no syndromic or organ alterations were found.
Ewing’s Sarcoma (ES) is a solid tumor of bone and soft tissue, affecting mainly adolescent and young adults. It is the second most common primary bone tumor in childhood and the most lethal bone tumor.
Rectal foreign bodies are a common and challenging finding. Here, we present the case of a man who presented to A&E with a courgette