Bülent Çomçali

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Hemorrhage of a previously normal thyroid gland as a result of blunt trauma is a very rare condition. We report a case of blunt trauma that caused acute hemorrhage into the thyroid gland and presented with hoarseness. The diagnosis of thyroid gland hematoma was made with a combination of fiberoptic laryngoscopy, cervical computed tomography, and carotid(More)
We report on a 49-year-old woman with cysts of the round ligament causing a nonreducible mass of the groin. Cysts of the round ligament are rare. Physical findings were similar to those of an inguinal hernia. Such cysts are usually not considered in the differential diagnosis of groin hernias and might be identified only at the time of herniorraphy.
BACKGROUND Hepatic hydatid cysts are common disorders in Turkey. Although most patients are treated by percutaneous drainage, some cases require operative intervention. Biliary fistula is a major complication of hydatid cyst operations. The purpose of this study is to identify preoperative predictors of cystobiliary fistula (CBF) and to develop a scoring(More)
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