+1 7755157689

Anorectal Dysfunction and Multiple Sclerosis in an Adolescent: A Rare Case Report

1. Abstract 1.1. Background: Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is characterized by diverse neurological symptoms, including urination and bladder control complications. Pediatric Onset of Multiple Sclerosis (POMS) is rarer in children but more common in adults. Despite its prevalence, supplementary symptoms like anorectal dysfunction are crucial to recognize for accurate diagnosis.

Dual Left Circumflex Artery

1. Case Report Dual Left Circumflex arteries (LCx) represent a very rare congenital anomaly with only few reported cases in literature. Herein, we present a case of dual LCx arteries originating from the left main and right coronary arteries, respectively.

Pyomyositis; A Rare but Dangerous Adverse Effect of Anabolic Steroids

1. Summary Pyomyositis is an acute bacterial infection of soft tissue and results in intramuscular localized abscess formation. Anabolic steroid injections are frequently used by athletes in recent years despite their well-documented adverse effects. Pyomyositis is one of their infrequently reported side effects.

Spinal Endoscopic Surgery for Tophi in Lumbar Spinal Canal: A Case Report

1. Abstract Objective: To summarize the clinical efficacy of spinal endoscopic surgery in a patient with tophi in the lumbar spinal canal admitted to our hospital. Methods: This patient complained of low back and leg pain for 2 years, which was aggravated for 10 days. After admission, a routine examination was made to formulate a […]

Tuberculosis of the Penis: A Case Report

1. Abstract In literature, very few cases of tuberculosis of the penis have been reported. We hereby present a case report. A 42-year-old man admitted to hospital with a chief complaint of a small, ulcerative growth over glans penis.

Chronic Central Venous Catheter Erosion: A Case Report

1. Abstract Central venous catheters (CVC) provide vascular access for several clinical applications. Patients may suffer from acute or chronic complications, with acute complications being more common. Here, we present a case of CVC erosion through the superior vena cava that was subsequently surgically managed and diagnosed as a lung injury.

Spontaneous Remission of a Pineal Region Cyst

1. Abstract Cysts of the pineal region are benign, incidental and commonly present on Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) performed for unrelated pathology. When reimaged they are usually stable in size and imaging characteristics. The case report demonstrates spontaneous remission of a pineal cyst in a patient undergoing MR evaluation for cerebral infarction.

error: Content is protected !!