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Jejunal diverticula are uncommon and usually asymptomatic. Very rarely, they can lead to acute complications such as bleeding, obstruction, and perforation. This report describes our experience of a case of jejunal diverticula perforation secondary to a large faecolith, with particular focus on the aetiology and management of this rare condition.
New anticoagulants such as Rivaroxaban have become a popular choice for patients needing anticoagulation for atrial fibrillation or venous thromboembolism, chiefly because anticoagulation is maintained without the need for monitoring. This can be problematic in cases of trauma, and in this article, we discuss the management and outcome of managing an… (More)
Femoral neck fractures have been reported as a cause for failure in patients with a hip resurfacing arthroplasty. However, the incidence and management of fractures of the femoral shaft with an ipsilateral hip resurfacing arthroplasty is relatively absent in current literature. Although, the gold standard for the fixation of a closed femoral shaft fracture… (More)
Laparoscopic adjustable gastric bands are a popular and effective surgical option to treat morbid obesity. The overall complication rate is 10-20% and the most common complication is of 'slippage'. Although other complications such as gastric band migration and erosion have been reported, the phenomenon of a migrated gastric band connecting tube eroding… (More)