D. Fachiridis

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INTRODUCTION Ganglioneuromas are rare benign neoplasms arising from the sympathetic neuroendocrine system. These tumors usually occur in the abdomen and tend to grow around major blood vessels making often their complete excision challenging and demanding. PRESENTATION OF CASE The authors present the challenging surgical management of a sizable(More)
INTRODUCTION Biliary inflammatory pseudotumors (IPTs) represent an exceptional benign cause of obstructive jaundice. These lesions are often mistaken for cholangiocarcinomas and are treated with major resections, because their final diagnosis can be achieved only after formal pathological examination of the resected specimen. Consequently, biliary IPTs are(More)
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