Ajay H. Bhandarwar

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A primary extra-ampullary duodenal neuroendocrine carcinoma was found in a 40-year-old man who presented with upper abdominal pain and weight loss. Duodenoscopy and hypotonic duodenography revealed a protruding fungating mass with luminal occlusion at the third part of the duodenum (D3). Although the metastatic work-up was normal, the tumor was inoperable(More)
Benign multicystic peritoneal mesothelioma (BMPM) is an uncommon lesion. It presents as a lump in abdomen or a finding seen on imaging modalities. Surgery is the primary modality of treatment. However, it has a high recurrence rate; this results in adhesions and subsequent surgeries difficult. We present a case of recurrent BMPM in a female operated twice(More)
Ameloblastoma is a benign odontogenic tumor. These are usually asymptomatic until a large size is attained. Ameloblastoma has tendency to spread locally and has a high recurrence rate. Majority of ameloblastomas (80%) arise from the mandible. Ameloblastoma arising from anterior mandibular region (symphysis-menti) is rare. Very few cases of midline anterior(More)
Triorchidism is the commonest variety of polyorchidism, an entity with more than two testis is an extremely rare congenital anomaly of the testis. Although excision of the abnormal testis is a safer alternative proposed, recent literature suggests more conservative approach in normal testes with watchful regular follow up to screen for malignancy. This case(More)
Choricarcinoma is a beta human chorionic gonadotrophin secreting neoplasm pertinent to uterus and pregnancy mostly. It occurs primarily in gonads but rarely in extragonadal sites. Primary hepatic choriocarcinoma is an extremely rare tumor. Most of the reported cases are seen in infants representing metastasis from an occult placental choriocarcinoma. Till(More)
Simultaneous dilatation of pancreatic duct (PD) and common bile duct (CBD) is often seen on radio imaging in pancreatic head malignancy or chronic pancreatitis. This is called double duct sign. However, dilatation of aberrant bile duct along with PD and CBD resulting in triple duct sign on radio imaging has not been reported in literature till date. We(More)
A 70-year old female was admitted to hospital with heartburn and chronic halitosis since 5 years. She was on proton pump inhibitors for the same. Her complaints worsened during the last one-year. Workup comprising of esophago-gastro-duodenoscopy, esophageal manometry, 3D computed tomography scan showed right-sided epiphrenic diverticula measuring 10x10 cm(More)
Mesenteric cysts are rare abdominal tumours. They are found in the mesentery of small bowel (66%) and mesentery of large intestine (33%), usually in the right colon. Very few cases have been reported of tumours found in mesentery of descending colon, sigmoid or rectum. Mesenteric cysts do not show classical clinical findings and are detected incidentally(More)