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Herniation through the foramen of Winslow is a rare condition that can lead to a delayed diagnosis and treatment with a high mortality rate. In most reported cases, patients present to the emergency department with symptoms suggesting intestinal obstruction or with sudden and severe pain in the upper abdomen. Symptoms are non-specific. Clinical diagnosis… (More)
We report a patient who presented with a urothelial carcinoma recurrence developed nine years after radical cystoprostatectomy, related to Muir-Torre syndrome.
AIM To compare the assessment of infarct size using MRI and peak CK value. POPULATION AND METHODS 16 patients presenting with a first MI and seriall measurement of CK underwent gadolinium-enhanced MRI. RESULTS A significant correlation was observed between both estimates of infarct size (r=0.56, p=0.0025). In addition, an inverse correlation was found… (More)