Ahmed Azahouani

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The ingestion of a foreign body is one of the most common accidents in children. It comes in extremely varied clinical presentations in which radiological imaging plays an important role in diagnosis. Colonic perforations are particularly serious because of the major risk for septic fecal peritonitis. Management depends on the nature of the ingested object,(More)
Colonic duplications are very rare in children. With rectal duplications, they are the rarest locations of alimentary tract duplications, most often diagnosed in the first years of life. We report an unusual case of colic duplication with fecal impaction in a 9-month-old boy revealed by intestinal obstruction. We discuss the main diagnostic and therapeutic(More)
Bladder diverticula in children are mostly congenital, frequently associated with vesicoureteral reflux. Their positive diagnosis is based primarily on retrograde urethrocystography. One complication of this condition is acute urinary retention. We report the case of a 4-month-old infant who presented acute retention of urine secondary to bilateral(More)
Mesenteric lipoma is an extremely rare disease in children. Fewer than 50 cases have been reported in the literature. Diagnosis is based on clinical examination, ultrasound, and computed tomography (CT). However, only the histological study of the specimen during laparotomy or laparoscopy can confirm the diagnosis. Thus, surgery, be it by laparotomy or(More)
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