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Internal hernia into epiploic foramen is a rare clinical entity, representing 1% of all herniae and 8% of internal herniae. We report a peculiar case of internal herniation presented during a laparotomy for acute colecystitis where the caecum and ascending colon entered the lesser sac through the forame of Winslow and reentered the main abdominal cavity(More)
Heparin induced thrombocytopenia with thrombosis, or the "white clot syndrome" is a rare but very important complication of heparin therapy. The syndrome is idiosyncrasic, immune-mediated and not dose dependent and therefore is equally likely to occur with prophylactic and therapeutic heparin dosage regimens. We report a typical case of HIT that occurs with(More)
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