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Ileosigmoid knotting, also known as compound volvulus or double Volvulus, is a rare cause of acute intestinal obstruction. In this condition the ileum wraps around the base of the sigmoid colon and forms a knot. The condition is serious, generally progressing rapidly to gangrene of both ileum and sigmoid colon. Ileosigmoid knotting is an unusual entity in… (More)
UNLABELLED The Edinburgh experience of different methods of otoplasty techniques in 203 patients (406 ears) over a five-year period is reviewed. MATERIALS AND METHODS The patients were divided into three groups - Group A (anterior cartilage scoring), Group B (cartilage sparing in the fashion of posterior suturing) and Group C (posterior suturing refined… (More)
Primary carcinoma of the duodenum is rare. Here we present a case of megaduodenum due to duodenal adenocarcinoma mimicking Wilkie's syndrome which was managed by resection and anastomosis.
Bronchobiliary fi stula is a very rare complication of liver abscess. It presents with biliptysis (bile in cough), and chronic cough. Here we present a case of intractable biliptysis from a bronchobiliary fi stula secondary to a liver abscess with biliary obstruction.
Two cases of retroperitoneal fibrosis are discussed. The first patient was a known hypertensive and diabetic and had been on Aldomet and Daonil for a long time. The second patient was a tuberculotic and is improving on antitubercular therapy. Retroperitoneal fibrosis due to the above-mentioned drugs and tuberculosis are relatively unknown.